One serving of tropically grown mango (about 1 cup) gives you all of your daily vitamin C, more than a third of your vitamin A, and 12% of your daily fiber! Plus, they contain more than 20 different vitamins and minerals. All that nutrition comes in a pretty amazing package: ripe, juicy mangoes have a lush, velvety texture and a unique flavor that’s like a cross between peach and coconut. Now all you have to do is free them from their natural packaging . . .
I had the opportunity to attend the special ChopChop & Let’s Talk About Food advance screening of FED UP last month in Boston (now in theaters nationwide). It’s opened my eyes to many things about the food we eat. The three key things I personally took away from the film are:
On Wednesday, April 23rd, we will be co-presenting with Let’s Talk About Food an exclusive screening of FED UP, one of the most the most talked about films at this year’s Sundance Film Festival. Directed by Stephanie Soechtig and produced by Katie Couric and Laurie David (An Inconvenient Truth), FED UP takes a hard look at America’s childhood obesity epidemic.
Celebrating its 21st anniversary, the Take Our Daughters and Sons to Work Day program encourages parents and the organizations they work for to connect with girls and boys in a family-friendly work environment. This day gives adults a chance to show kids the value of their education and the possibilities associated with a balanced work and family life.