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Sometimes even the most conscious and concerned individuals don't have time to cook. They see the beauty of the plan, but find it impossible to add one more thing to their lives. So we have been cooking up the meals for the week in mason jars and delivering it to them by the case. This seems to be the only way that they can adopt this very exciting plan.
Mason Jars, Not Plastic!
The food industry accounts for so much of the trash that ends up in our landfills. What did we do before plastics?
When you ask one of our cooks to bring meals to in in reusable glass mason jars you can return the jars for a refund of 50 cents each or recycle/reuse them in your own kitchen.
Food for Well-Being for All 7 Levels of Well-Being
Does Food for Well-Being make survival a little easier for those who follow this plan?
YES! - When following this plan your food bill will go down along with your stress around meal time. These foods store well for long periods of time, making them the perfect food storage plan as well.
types and "Preppers" like the plan because pre-measured food packets fit into a small box that stores well and purchased in bulk can save money and time by becoming “the producer.”
Does Food for Well-Being improve health?
YES! - This meal plan offers the highest possible nutrition through organic whole foods plant protein. A whole foods diet helps with weight loss and the prevention of illness and disease.
people want the plan because a whole foods and plant protein diet prevents and reverses illness and disease and helps with weight loss with a lifestyle of holistic health.
3 - Mind:
Does Food for Well-Being utilize the most current and accurate information and best ideas possible?
YES! – It’s the only plan that sets out to address all seven levels of well-being with a rotating menu that makes the meals for the week all at once. We teach how to conserve energy by cooking the meals for the week all at once with the same amount of energy that would have been used to cook one meal.
people love it because of the intelligent use of re-usable mason jars to cook and store all our meals for the week in one pot with no packaging ending up in our landfills.
4 - Spirit:
Does Food for Well-Being empower each individual to make a difference in the world?
YES! Every purchase matters! The masses can make a difference when we base purchases on the highest ideals possible. We learn to protect animals, the environment, the precious resources of the earth by following this plan.
support the plan because it is an action plan to move away from the meat-based diet and towards a plant protein diet, eliminating the need for killing millions of animals each day.
5 - Family:
Does the Food for Well-Being Meal Plan promote unity within family relationships?
YES! Every member of the family can eat the same meal including meat-eaters, vegans, vegetarians, gluten free eaters and dieters by following the rotating menu. Eating together around the table at least one meal a day promotes family well-being.
love the plan because it gets everyone back around the same meal even though they may have a variety of eaters including vegan, gluten free, nut free, dairy free and junk foodies.
6 - Community:
Does the Food for Well-Being plan help to create a more sustainable source of food?
YES! We support organic farming by teaching how to by direct from local organic farmers. We empower families to return to the role of "the producer" instead of "the consumer" which will make them more self-sustaining and will reduce the amount of packaging added to our landfills.
Friends of the "Buy Local" concept love the plan because we add local organic produce that would normally have gone to waste in the farmer’s field.
7 - Humanity:
Does Food for Well-Being plan help to bring us closer to eliminating poverty?
YES! The world’s poorest families rely on rice for their income. By including rice in our meal plan and buying our rice directly from the organic farmer, we put more profits into the pockets of the world's poorest farmers. We support FAIR TRADE in their efforts to get children out of the workforce and into schools. With these programs we will soon see an end of poverty and illiteracy around the world.
people appreciate that we purchase rice direct from the world's poorest farmers thru fair trade to put more money in their pockets and help end world hunger.