Are you furious because of all the nutrient-lacking junk food being served to your children at school?
Are you fed up enough to want to take action?
Join us Wednesday night in this week’s free tele-seminar and listen to "Two Angry Moms." (Make sure to sign up now for this exciting program.)
Who are these two women?
They are Amy Kalafa, H.H.C. and Susan P. Rubin D.M.D., H.H.C. — two pioneering, go-getting women, who became irate enough that they decided to find a way to shed some light on the abysmal, nutrient-lacking foods kids are served and do their part to get nutritious fare fed not only to their kids, but to millions of school children across America.
To achieve their goal, the industrious Amy and Susan are currently hard at work on a documentary that asks the question: “What happens when two feisty suburban moms try to change the school lunch program?"
You’ll be in for a major treat Wednesday night to be able to listen to these two do-gooder moms. Take a peek at what these active ladies are doing:
Amy Kalafa is an award-winning documentary filmmaker, who’s produced numerous health education films and TV shows, including Dr. T. Berry Brazelton’s parenting show, “What Every Baby Knows”; as well as PBS specials, “Our Nation’s Health: A Matter of Choice” and “Healthy Aging." She’s also produced the Reiner Foundation’s, “The First Years Last Forever” and segments for "Martha Stewart Living.”
Amy also is a lecturer at the Yale School of Medicine and Psychiatry, a holistic health counselor, Lyme Disease consultant, certified Kripalu Yoga teacher and an organic farmer. She and her husband Alex have two teenage daughters who “bring” their lunch to school.
Susan P. Rubin D.M.D., H.H.C. is director of A Better Way Holistic Health, a private health counseling practice in Mount Kisco, New York. She takes a unique approach with her clients and brings in-depth knowledge to help people arrive at effective drug-free solutions for a wide range of health related concerns. She also teaches cooking classes and conducts workshops and programs on many aspects of food, public health advocacy and holistic healing.
This year, Susan brought together educators, parents and health professioals to create the Westchester Coalition for Better School Food, whose mission is to increase awareness of the importance of feeding our children health supportive foods in school. She and her husband, Ron, have three daughters.
As the dynamic duo point out on their Angry Moms website, Amy and Susan are now visiting school cafeterias — armed with a movie camera — to find out what foods are on the menu and learn what kids arde eating.
Just call in Wednesday night to this free tele-seminar — which is part of the Fast-Track, Kick-Sugar Countdown Program™ — you will learn about Amy and Susan’s conversations on film with food service vendors, teachers, health experts, politicians and parents, and even officials from the USDA and the FDA.
You’ll get a chance to hear Amy and Susan talk about what schools across America are serving for lunch. You’ll also learn about what has gone wrong with our School Lunch Program. And you’ll even get some tips on viable strategies to overcome roadblocks and get real food into school cafeterias.
To attend Wednesday night’s free tele-seminar, visit www.KickSugar.com and your private phone number and pass code will be sent to you.
As mentioned previously, this exciting tele-seminar also will feature the articulate activist Gary Ruskin, executive director and co-founder with Ralph Nader of the well-recognized Commercial Alert, an organization that seeks : "to keep the commercial culture within its proper sphere, and to prevent it from exploiting children and subverting the higher values of family, community, environmental integrity and democracy."
Gary is an expert on commercialism in schools, government and culture, and the effects of advertising on children and public health. He’s quoted regularly in major newspapers across the country, such as the New York Times, Washington Post, Los Angeles Times, USA Today, and the Wall Street Journal, and he’s appeared often on ABC, CBS, NBC, Fox and CNN. He is also director of the Congressional Accountability Project, which opposes corruption in the U. S. Congress.
Like the Two Angry Moms Amy and Susan, Gary of Commercial Alert seeks to expel junk food from our nation’s schools and more.
Tell your friends about Wednesday’s exciting, free tele-seminar.
Take action to get better food served in our nation’s schools! Join Gary and the Two Angry Moms Wedenesday night to learn more.
A very special thanks to my new buddy, Glen Colello of Catch a Healthy Habit, for first alerting me to the awesome work of the "Two Angry Moms" Amy and Susan. Glen, like Amy and Susan, all attended the Institute for Integrative Nutrition, where I’m now studying to get my certification as a holistic health counselor.