7 Levels of Well-Being
1 - Survival: Does Food for Well-Being make survival a little easier for those who might purchase these products?
YES! - When carefully following the plan your food bill will go down and your stress around meal time will disappear.
2- Body: Does Food for Well-Being bring health and well-being to the customer?
YES! - When used as a guideline for your meal plan, you and those you cook for will be getting the highest possible nutrition through organic whole foods and plant protein. A whole foods diet has been know to prevent and reverse illness and disease and help with weight loss.
3 - Mind: Does the sales process of Food for Well-Being provide enough information to make the best possible decisions about purchasing our product line?
YES! - We provide training, blogs, video instruction and printed materials to help make the transition successful.
4 - Spirit: Does Food for Well-Being empower the moral majority to have an impact on global issues?
YES! By creating our own supply chains we empower individuals and families with the ability to sustain themselves without depending on the global food supply chains and we put more profit directly in the hands of the world's poorest farmers in developing nations as well as our local farmers here at home.
5 - Family: Does the Food for Well-Being Meal Plan promote family relationships?
YES! When carefully followed every member of the family can eat the same meal including meat-eaters, vegans, vegetarians, gluten free eaters and dieters.
6 - Community: Is the Food for Well-Being business plan sustainable?
YES! The Cookbook teaches how to return to the role of "the producer" instead of "the consumer" starting with organically grown rice and beans, cooked in reusable mason jars instead of buying foods already processed and packaged, and cooks the meals for the week with the same amount of fuel that would have been used to cook one meal.
7 - Humanity: Does the production, sale or use of Food for Well-Being products bring harm to anyone or anything?
NO! Our plan helps to re-direct the food bill away from the global supply chains that rely heavily on forced labor, child labor and animal cruelty.
We are committed to improving lives by:
Providing Quality Products
Ending Force Labor
Supporting Fair Trade Practices
Eliminating Middle Men
The grocery store is committed to the bottom line.
The factory farms exploit animals.
The big agriculture companies destroy the ground.
Trade around the world exploits poor farmers, mostly women.
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