It is the start of another epic month and I am proud of @vitaminpatchclub once again! Here is what we tackled last month in our charitable campaigns!
We have been working with @trinaskids foundation for over a year here is their latest installment:
REPORT CARD REWARDS PROGRAM
Trina's Kids Foundation's Annual Report Card Rewards Program rewards students who earn good grades throughout the school year. We want to help show kids that hard work and good grades can pay off in fun, tangible ways! 100% of the proceeds are donated to children in grade-school or college.
We were pleased to support the efforts of @theoceancleanup, they are doing epic work in cleaning up our oceans. Trash accumulates in 5 ocean garbage patches, the largest one being the Great Pacific Garbage Patch, located between Hawaii and California. If left to circulate, the plastic will impact our ecosystems, health and economies. Solving it requires a combination of closing the source, and cleaning up what has already accumulated in the ocean.
We are super pleased to be supporting our friend and ex NFL player @bret_lockettand his fundraiser in benefit of Los Angeles Center for Law and Justice
The impact you make is entirely dependent on the impact you create. Thank you to all the above organizations for allowing us to be a part of your mission and thank you to each and every Vitamin Patchers for your purchase as always if not for you we could not do our part.
Shane Griffin CNP ROHP
Transdermal patches deliver vitamins safely and uniformly, directly into the bloodstream. Most over-the-counter vitamins contain worthless fillers, binders, and synthetics that cause the active ingredients to be ELIMINATED from your body. With VPC vitamin patches the only thing you’re doing is gaining nutrients with organic ingredients.
With our lives finally getting back to normal we are more apt to dine out, pick up take out food, or have food delivered to us. The problem is we are not aware of the calories and fat we are consuming when we continually eat food other than what we, ourselves have prepared.
The average dinner meal at a restaurant is 1200 calories, and 60 grams of fat. Men should not have more than 70 grams of fat a day, and women 40 grams of fat a day. One meal alone can make up one whole days worth of ...
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In the busy world that we live in today, stress can be a very real threat to your health.