Oct 10, 2014: 16,000+ BagOfLife® meals were delivered to the Placer Food Bank. The meals consist of nutritious, delicious, and easy to cook GrandHotCereal, SoupOfLife, and LeanMeanBeanProtein. We at FamilyGreenSurvival are deeply thankful to Mr. Russ Hicks, Nasser Azimi, and the Rotary Club of Roseville to help fund this project. Our thanks to Mr.
The packs equate to 16,000 breakfast servings for families facing hunger Roseville-based Family Green Survival delivered 4,000 bags of cereal packs — equating to 16,000 breakfast servings — to the Placer Food Bank Oct. 14, as part of the group’s efforts to combat hunger through its Bag of Life program.
We Americans consume too much sodium. The American Heart Association recommends 1,500 mg/per day; 97 percent of the population (that includes children) consumes about twice as much. This is known to contribute to increased rates of high blood pressure, heart attack, and stroke resulting in thousands of death each year. Most of the sodium in
There is a big push to sell free range poultry and eggs, also labeled as free roaming, cage free, and pasture raised, at highly marked up prices. The image of chickens running free in a pasture eating a variety of plants, natural seeds, and bugs is used to convey the goodness of their products. Unfortunately,
The CNN web site (December 5, 2012) carried a story: Cory Booker (Newark Mayor) spending week on food stamps. It is admirable that Mayor Booker is going to actually experience the limitations of $4.32/day, the budget provided to people participating in the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), formerly known as food stamps, in the State
Recently I was researching the pervasive health and social problems resulting from hunger in America. The statistics are quite shocking and difficult to digest. We are one of the richest countries in the world, but according to the CDC, over 50 million Americans suffer from hunger, 1 in 6 of the U.S. population, including more
In 1964, two years after I arrived in the US, I was lucky to land a waiter job at a restaurant run by the owner, Mr. Harvans. He was an eclectic and consummate chef, dedicated to the craft. A few weeks into my job, he learned about my interest in western cuisine and saliently began
Kapur also raising money for low-income meal program By Sena Christian, The Press Tribune, Link to story Gopal Kapur was raised by a mother who cooked nutritious, homemade meals.
With this pledge, you promise not to eat for 40 days food from fast food restaurants (aka food factories) and any packaged meal that you simply microwave and eat. The 40 day pledge also precludes eating deli-type meats (bacon, ham, spam, salami, pastrami, hot dogs, etc.). Another simple test: if you wonder whether a given
The Kapurs and Rotary vs. a Malnourished USA Sierra Sacramento Valley Medicine By John Loofbourow, MD GOPAL KAPUR HAS BEEN WIDELY regarded for his Center for Project Management (www. center4pm.com). But in recent years, he and his wife, Darlene, who live in Roseville, have devoted much of their energy to problems of malnutrition, and to