This was today's LA Daily Candy but felt it was worth passing along...
Got Nutrition Education? Limited-edition milk glasses support community health initiatives
Which would you rather have?
a) Cookies and milk.
b) Cookies and carrageenan, soybeans, and zinc gluconate.
Your answer is no surprise to anyone.
There’s nothing quite like the classic taste of the real, simple dairy milk you know and love. And now, for a limited time, support nutrition education in your community by purchasing a limited-edition set ($15) of drinking glasses that provide a cheeky reminder of the differences between real milk and its impostors.
The profits from all sales go to local organizations like THINK Together, which supports Los Angeles-area after-school programs that advocate whole foods and healthy lifestyles for kids and families.
Because eating (and drinking) right is always worth raising a glass to.
Help THINK Together raise $30,000 and purchase your limited-edition glasses today at gotmilk.com/glasses.
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Part I of the book is The Skinny Rules—the 20 principles you need to read, understand, and make an effort to really live by. But then I've also created Part II, The Skinny Way, which is a day-by-day menu plan that will get you through the first 30 days of living by the Rules. And Part III, The Skinny Tools, houses the recipes and tips that you'll be called on to look at, cook, and consume! My intention has been to take the guess work out of losing weight for you. After the first 30 days on the program you will have lost weight and you'll be more confident in eating and living according to my Rules. Don't get me wrong, it won't be easy. 'Easy' does not work. But it will be liberating.
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