I've spent the last two weekends with a bunch of complete strangers, poking my nose into their refrigerators and running around outside with their kids. Sounds weird, I know, but I'm having a blast. It's for a great new project you'll be hearing more about.
I'm hosting Health Crisis in Carolina, a reality-style show that focuses on three families who want to make healthy changes in their lives. We're working with registered dieticians and activity experts to learn how small, simple changes can really add up to big health benefits. The producers selected terrific families from Wilmington, Charlotte and Fayetteville. They've kept video diaries, done hours of interviews and let the crew spend days in their homes.
The head of our Wilmington family is a church pastor. The family was kind enough to let us follow them to Sunday dinner with their congregation. Here's a sneak peek:
I'll be able to tell you more about this project as the summer goes on, and you'll be able to watch it this fall. Meantime, please go ahead and "like" the show on Facebook. You'll find great info and some behind the scenes pictures like this:
The crew is terrific. It was 127 degrees in Wilmington, but they never let me break a sweat. :)