DC Mayor and Michelle Gilliard with the Walmart Foundation Enjoy Healthy Lunch with DC Kids

DC Mayor and Michelle Gilliard with the Walmart Foundation Enjoy Healthy Lunch with DC Kids
Healthy Meals For Kids
Image by Walmart Stores
Walmart and the Walmart Foundation announced a million giving campaign aimed at filling the gaps created when schools close for the summer. Funding to more than 350 local nonprofit organizations will help expand nutrition, learning and employment services for elementary, middle and high school students throughout the 2011 summer months.

DC Mayor and Michelle Gilliard with the Walmart Foundation Enjoy Healthy Lunch with DC Kids

DC Mayor and Michelle Gilliard with the Walmart Foundation Enjoy Healthy Lunch with DC Kids
Healthy Meals For Kids
Image by Walmart Stores
Walmart and the Walmart Foundation announced a million giving campaign aimed at filling the gaps created when schools close for the summer. Funding to more than 350 local nonprofit organizations will help expand nutrition, learning and employment services for elementary, middle and high school students throughout the 2011 summer months.

DC Mayor and Michelle Gilliard with the Walmart Foundation Enjoy Healthy Lunch with DC Kids

DC Mayor and Michelle Gilliard with the Walmart Foundation Enjoy Healthy Lunch with DC Kids
Healthy Meals For Kids
Image by Walmart Stores
Walmart and the Walmart Foundation announced a million giving campaign aimed at filling the gaps created when schools close for the summer. Funding to more than 350 local nonprofit organizations will help expand nutrition, learning and employment services for elementary, middle and high school students throughout the 2011 summer months.

DC Mayor and Michelle Gilliard with the Walmart Foundation Enjoy Healthy Lunch with DC Kids

DC Mayor and Michelle Gilliard with the Walmart Foundation Enjoy Healthy Lunch with DC Kids
Healthy Meals For Kids
Image by Walmart Stores
Walmart and the Walmart Foundation announced a million giving campaign aimed at filling the gaps created when schools close for the summer. Funding to more than 350 local nonprofit organizations will help expand nutrition, learning and employment services for elementary, middle and high school students throughout the 2011 summer months.

DC Mayor and Michelle Gilliard with the Walmart Foundation Enjoy Healthy Lunch with DC Kids

DC Mayor and Michelle Gilliard with the Walmart Foundation Enjoy Healthy Lunch with DC Kids
Healthy Meals For Kids
Image by Walmart Stores
Walmart and the Walmart Foundation announced a million giving campaign aimed at filling the gaps created when schools close for the summer. Funding to more than 350 local nonprofit organizations will help expand nutrition, learning and employment services for elementary, middle and high school students throughout the 2011 summer months.

Local schools receive BCBS Foundation grants

Local schools receive BCBS Foundation grants
Nine staff members representing area school districts are the recipients of Healthy Habits for Life grants from the Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Kansas Foundation, the organization announced Friday. The BCBSKS Foundation distributed 112 grants totaling $ 108,066.90 during the 2010-2011 giving cycle. Grant recipients from Shawnee County are using the dollars for programs that help school-aged …
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Danville boomers get deal to get fit
Residents can learn healthy eating habits and get in shape in 10 weeks for $ 10.
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Healthy eating on the go!
Healthy eating on the go! By Meghan Bown Get Fit ItascaHealth Coordinator & SHIP Active Living Coordinator Grand Rapids Herald-Review | 0 comments Does March madness have you running? We all know the picture; Mom picks Suzy up at school and runs her to gymnastics.
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Lose weight the Healthy way: Week Two of the Fat Smash Diet The Foundation

Yay I lost 2.9 pounds in nine days! Follow me: datgirl25makeuponabudget.blogspot.com and twitter.com/datgirl25 Week Two: Same rules apply 4-5 meals a day 1. eat as many fruits and veggies 2. dont skip meals 3. continue a physical activity 4. stay away from FRIED, SUGAR, and unnessary calories! Foods Allowed: Same list as in Week One plus; MEATS (3-4 oz) Chicken, baked, no skin Turkey, baked, no skin Ground beef, extra lean sirloin, broiled Sirloin Steak, Broiled Lamb, Broiled SEAFOOD: halibut, tuna, salmon, snapper, striped bass etc: 3oz (NOT FRIED) 4 large shrimp 3oz mussels 6-12 oysters 3 clams EGGS: 4 egg whites or 1 whole egg(scambled, boiled, or poached) MILK & CHEESE: 2 1/2 cups low fat, skim, or soy milk 2oz cheese (about 2 slices) 1/2 cup cottage cheese per day CEREALS: 1cup a day for hot cereal and 1/2 cup of cold cereal corn flakes, cheerios, oatmeal, farina, total, bran flakes, life, rice crispies, puffed rice, puffed wheat, wheaties, special k, and chex SWEETNERS: 4 tsp of gradulated sugar (or sugar substitute) 1tbsp of honey SPICES & HERBS: 2 tsp salt pepper as you like FLAVORINGS: 2tbsp of fat free dressing 1 tbsp extra virgin olive oil 1 tbsp of fat free mayo 2 pats (2teaspoons) of butter DRINKS: 1 10oz cup of coffee and 3 cups herbal tea and 5 cups of club soda or 2 cans of diet soda and 1 cup of ice tea-sweetened only w/. 2 packets of sugar substitute or EXERCISE: increase your exercise plan by 5-10percent lemonade made w/. real lemons and 2 packets of
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Discover the Foundation of Good Living?.. Good Health

Discover the Foundation of Good Living?.. Good Health

Right or Wrong…almost all deficiencies in our health as we get older are normal and we can do nothing about it?

Right or Wrong…all the nutrients we require can be found in our normal daily intake?

Our current food supply has two major problems:

· Around 61% of the population is overweight because we eat too much.

· The minimum amount of nutrients we need are not contained in the food we do eat.

Take Spinach for example.

Spinach had 158 milligrams of iron per hundred grams when you bought it in 1948.Spinach you bought in 1965 0nly had 27 milligrams. By 1973 it was averaging 2.2. It would mean eating 75 bowls of spinach to get the same iron content as you did in one bowl in1948. Cobalt is also necessary to process B12, which gives us healthy red blood cells. Most of the vegetables of today test zero for cobalt.

We have depleted the topsoil so much that the vegetables we grow in it can’t obtain the necessary vitamins and minerals we need for optimum health.

Typically our daily diet does not contain the necessary proteins, vitamins, and minerals to efficiently replace dying cells in our bodies. Continually falling short of these weakens our immune system.

Can you say for sure you are getting the 13 essential vitamins, 20 essential amino acids, and the 14 essential mineral’s that will ensure your good health daily?

Is your health being looked out for?

Consumer demands have been responded to by the food industry to meet our increasingly fast paced lifestyles. Of course these quickly prepared processed foods lack the proper nutrients for good health. Eliminating the totally fresh food part of our diet with high calorie low nutrient foods the can cause weight gain. Preferences have moved toward low cost, tasty, quick food.

The media promotes the highly processed food that is being offered. Due to a lack of training in our conventional education system this advertising overwhelms people and replaces good nutritional education.

Health responsibility seems to have become the province of work health schemes and and other health care organizations.

The food and medical lobby dominates Government support of public health, their agenda being one of sales and profits, not looking out for others illness prevention, and sensible nutritional intake.

Good health or bad health, which one will you pay for?

Taking control of your and your families health is easy. First ensure they get good nutrition and exercise. It’s very difficult to maintain a balanced diet today so perhaps investing part of your food budget in good supplements will help keep minimum recommended levels of vitamins and minerals up.

Nutrition…. all the health insurance you need!

Nutritional Products

Liquid Nutrition offers you a liquid multivitamin that supplies 100% of your daily vitamins and minerals. Liquid, unlike many tablets, is highly absorbed by the body so that all the benefits from your investment are realized. Liquid Nutrition consists of all natural ingredients taken from plants and the earth itself, with no fillers or binders.

Just one ounce of liquid nutrition taken daily can supply 127 of the best vitamins, minerals, herbal complex and amino acid complex.

Antioxidants help to combat the harmful free radicals that enter the body through the food we eat and the air that we breathe. A highly concentrated natural extract containing a number of unique beneficial flavonoid compounds which have demonstrated many times the antioxidant activity of vitamins C and E in in-vitro studies. They act as free radical scavengers, help resist blood vessel and skin damage, inhibit inflammatory enzymes and inhibit histamine formation.

Don’t gamble on the most precious asset you have (your good health)

Gary Wood

Gary Wood is a liver transplant recipient and has used many dieting and supplement aids in his recovery.He enjoy’s sharing these resources with others.

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