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!!!

Progress vs Management

Progress vs Management with Timaree Hagenburger Last week, we invited Timaree Hagenburger to discuss Progress vs Management. Timaree Hagenburger, (a.k.a. The Nutrition Professor), is a registered dietitian nutritionist (RDN), a

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Happy New PBNM Year!

Happy Winter Holidays and a Joyous New Year to you all!  As I look forward to the coming year, I want to share my gratitude and excitement for your continued support for PBNM and our 6 Million Seeds project.

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Supporting our Children

Maya is a co-leader of the Plant-Based DFW Pod located in Dallas, TX. For years Maya has been passionate about helping everyday people understand that they have the power to upgrade their health. Her outreach work first began at her husband’s vascular center.

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Children’s Health Summit

Have you ever wondered why there is a growing health crisis AMONG OUR CHILDREN? Do you worry about how to protect your kids or grandkids and keep them from getting sick with the diseases that may run in your family?

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Grassroots work to Transform School Food Culture

This month, we have the honor of being invited to do a breakout session at the Center for Nutrition Studies (CNS) Wellness Retreat. It was held 10/31-11/5 in Tucson, AZ. What a beautiful setting for their first event of this kind. The location was excellent. The CNS staff and Board Members were warm and inviting. The attendees were open to meeting and chatting. And the food was fantastic!

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