Welcome to the 6 Million Seeds Blog!

With 6 Million SEEDS, we are on a mission to change the nutritional landscape for all our children! They are the future, and given what we now know are the primary causes of chronic illnesses, even among children, we cannot afford to let another day go by without making serious changes to what we have been feeding them. We know we have headwinds to fight, but our numbers and support are growing. We are all well-positioned to fight this battle armed with the facts about the healing power of whole plants eaten as close to nature as possible! And we’re in it to win…for all our kids!

Join us on this important journey. And we invite you to engage with us as we take the challenge of empowering our KIDS to fuel their own best lives!!!

6 Million Seeds!

What if you had 6 million seeds that could save the world? What if the seeds held mind-blowing genius yet they were ignored? In this case, the seeds are students educated in the environment, diet, and sustainability. The time has come to disrupt how we reach and teach the next generation. It’s time to grow our 6 million seeds. Each week hosts Meryl Fury M.S., R.N., and Carrie Bruno, PharmD and Dip for ACLM are bringing the latest and greatest from the world of environmentalism and sustainability. They’re breaking down misconceptions and providing resources to grow and nourish the next generation of minds.

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Changing Your Approach to Eating

Last month, we invited Alia Sweis to talk about her journey towards a healthier, plant-based diet. Like many Americans, Alia has struggled with nutrition in the past. Over the course of the season, we’ll be working with her through her dietary journey. Come along with us as we explore the successes and challenges of the path to plant-based!

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6 Million SEEDS

6 Million S.E.E.D.S.

(Students Educated in Environment, Diet, and Sustainability)

Have you had the chance to look at the state of child nutrition recently?  We have.  The fact is that, in general, kids’ food is pretty dismal everywhere we look.  It doesn’t seem to matter where the family is from, or what language they speak; no matter the race or ethnicity. Layer School food quality on top of that, and it just gets more complicated.

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