Less Meat, More Plants For Healthier Illinois Kids

Less Meat, More Plants For Healthier Illinois Kids The meat-heavy Standard American Diet (SAD) is, well, sad. Illinois diets high in meat and low in plants are the reason we have higher rates of heart disease, cancer, and diabetes. If you have been eating the SAD diet for the past 30 years, you probably ought to get your cholesterol checked.

How can we help our Illinois kids eat more live foods? One of the best ways is to grow them yourself.

You can plant a garden in a yard, in containers on a deck or patio, or even in pots indoors. I have seen each of these types of gardens in my Illinois neighborhood.

Your garden can be pesticide and hormone free. Your kids will have fun planting, weeding, and harvesting their own ‘crops’. Our children don’t need to grow up believing that carrots and spinach come from the produce section at their nearest Illinois grocery store.

My family is trying to eat less meat and more plant-based foods. I also sell a fantastic antioxidant plant-based product. For more information on my kids favorite health food, call me today at (847) 414-1235.

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I am Michelle Myers, and I am a Chicago-based Xocai artisan chocolate distributor. I joined Xocai in march 2008. I sell the industry-leading Xobiotic and X Power Square online and in Chicago, Illinois, Midwest, and United States. Our valued Chicago customers recommend X Power Square because X Power Square changed my family’s health and allows me the freedom to run my own business..

Xocai is also a fantastic Xobiotic home-based business in the Chicago area. Illinois entrepreneurs can supplement their income by cashing in on a high-demand Illinois healthy artisan chocolate market. To learn more about Xocai, visit myershealthychocolate.com.

Call me at (847) 414-1235 to own your own Xobiotic business in Chicago, Illinois, Midwest, or United States.

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I am a Silver Executive with Xocai, Healthy Chocolate. I am looking for people interested in a great business opportunity and better health along the way.
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