Nutrition: The Most Important Factor For A Successful School Year
In many of our inner-city neighborhoods, parents are raising future Kings and Queens in a desolate wasteland! Where genetics and insufficient physical activity were once the major cause of childhood obesity, this has been replaced with children living in food deserts that pose a serious health threat.
Getting to a grocery store nearby is often a challenge for many due to a lack of resources. Consequently, our children have a greater chance of getting high blood pressure, diabetes and a myriad of other health aliments due to being overweight.