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Lose Pounds to Feed the Needy


Lose Pounds to Feed the Needy


Are you ready for World Health Day on April 7th? In this newsletter we help you make every day a healthy day with our Top 6 Benefits of a Healthy, Happy You and our guide to the local farmers markets (which are really heating up in April). Plus you’ll find a wonderful Asparagus and Snap Pea Stir Fry and big savings on Caramel Nut Protein Bars.

April is also the month of Easter, but instead of filling our baskets with candy, we’re filling them with food for the needy. Fine out how to help us below.

Have a happy, healthy April! And when you’re ready, I’ll be waiting for your call.

Springfield: 417-882-8636
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Fill The Basket for the Needy
Nobody should go hungry. That’s true with our Professional Weight Management plans–which keep you feeling full with lots of protein and healthy menu choices–and with the needy, who often can’t afford three meals a day and need our help. So we’re filling our Easter baskets with food for Gathering Friends for the Homeless. Read More

Top 6 Benefits of a Healthy, Happy You
Don’t let our before/better pictures fool you. We’re enormously proud of the work you do to improve your appearance and LOVE showing off how fantastic your new, slimmer self looks in a little black dress or trim, dark suit, BUT what really counts is how the lost weight improves your health. And often that benefit is invisible until your annual physical reveals the numerical evidence. Read More

Fresh Veggies? They’re Back, Baby
Sure, you can find fresh fruits and vegetables year-round in your grocery store, thanks to worldwide distribution and the fact that it’s always sunny somewhere. But there’s a reason we’re featuring fresh asparagus in our recipe this month, and that’s due to the crisp fresh flavor of in-season vegetables. If you’re trying to eat a healthy diet, it always pays to seek the freshest vegetables possible and that typically means buying from local growers. Luckily our local farmers markets make it easy to do just that. Read More

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