Nu Skin's Force For Good Mission Help earthquake victims in Haiti with a VitaMeal donation -- all VitaMeal purchases through the end of the month will be directed to disaster relief in Haiti. Already, 6,000 bags are ready for immediate shipment. VitaMeal is a nutrient-dense rice and lentil preparation that will provide nourishment during this difficult time.
Malnourished children are missing KEY NUTRIENTS in their diets, which can hinder brain, bone, and immune system development. Most humanitarian food aid is grain, such as corn, which may lack certain essential nutrients for HEALTHY DEVELOPMENT.
VitaMeal is SPECIALLY FORMULATED FOR MALNOURISHED CHILDREN or family use
VitaMeal is vegetarian and non-dairy, and allows for the easy addition of ingredients to fit every taste and culture. Each VitaMeal package contains 30 child-sized meals, or enough food to provide a child with one nutritious meal each day for a month.
· A balance of carbohydrates, protein, fat, and fiber
· Essential fatty acids required for normal brain development, skin health, and immune defense
· Electrolytes necessary for maintaining normal fluid balance and muscle function
· 25 essential vitamins and minerals, including vitamin A for normal sight and immune functions, as well as
nutrients for normal growth and skeletal development.
Dirt-to-Dine Adventures are farm and garden-centered, hands-on adventure camps where children create all aspects of the foods they cook and eat, from milking goats and making cheese and butter, to caring for chickens and harvesting free-range eggs, to grinding wheat into flour, preserving fruit and growing vegetables. Each day of the program starts with animal care, farm chores, sustainable farming and gardening, and leads to cooking from the foods just harvested. I am a founding member along with renowned Napa Valley Chef Michael Chiarello and his wife, Eileen, Marie Sayles and the Connolly Ranch in Napa, California.
As a Certified Green business owner who teaches healthy cooking classes to kids, it seemed only natural for Michelle to join the blogging world. What's Cooking Blog shares the musings of a kids' cooking teacher, recipes, tips on cooking with kids, ideas for how to make meal planning easier for families, and how to do community service through food and cooking. We also occasionally promote eco-friendly products and services that relate to food and parenting.
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