(NaturalNews) The Living Fuel superfood company (www.LivingFuel.com) has just made a breakthrough pledge to fund the donation of 100 Food Rising grow systems to schools and churches across America.
Earlier this week, we announced an effort to raise enough donation money to manufacture and deliver 250 Food Rising grow systems to schools, churches and community centers across America.
The large pledge by Living Fuel takes us to nearly 50% of our goal! I’m extremely thankful for Living Fuel’s pledge and personally thank KC Craichy for stepping up to pledge these funds for this important program. You can help thank Living Fuel by checking out their website and multitude of high-end superfood products (and plant-based protein blends) at www.LivingFuel.com
Read more by clicking here – http://www.naturalnews.com/048512_living_fuel_superfood_donations.html#ixzz3QzOp1cEn
Welcome to the Holiday season! November marks the beginning of colder temperatures, neighborhood lights (and elaborate yard inflatables), parties, dinners, candies, cookies, pies and other tasty treats. For those of us consciously striving for Super Health for ourselves and our families, the holiday season poses unique and often difficult challenges. For example, how do I successfully navigate the Thanksgiving table? How do I maintain motivation to stay active as the weather outside turns frigid? Is there a way to eat in the hours before the party that will help?
Today on LivingFuelTV
, I’ll share with you practical tips to prepare yourself (and your digestive system) for the holiday feasts ahead. And let’s all be thankful this holiday season for the abundance our gracious Creator and faithful Provider has blessed us with. May we be found wise stewards of His many gifts – especially our health! Click on the graphic below to watch.
Here’s to your Super Health!
Founder & CEO
Here’s today’s “Week 5″ lunch menu in the United States Federal Prison System, according to the Federal Bureau of Prisons website, http://www.bop.gov/foia/national_menu_lun_din.pdf:
baked chicken, baked sweet potato, mixed greens, black beans
Compare an inmate’s lunch to that of an American public school student. Their lunch ladies serve up menus featuring pizza, hot dogs, hamburgers, tater tots, and strawberry milk.
SuperHealth Podcast Host KC Craichy shares practical strategies that parents can use to help their students navigate the school cafeteria. Making the right decisions in the cafeteria can help your student make the right decisions on their math tests. Click on the button below to listen.