Today, during our Seva Couponing Program, I helped a family who only spoke Arabic via Google Translate. They were just so happy for free Shampoo (which is still available btw from Garnier! inbox me for link!) It’s just so rewarding when a family tells me “Thank You.” So many of
The new year has been off to a great start for all of us at Seva! This year has brought us rejuvenation, light and optimism in all shapes and sizes. Without our impassioned volunteers and all their selfless contributions, Seva’s goal in establishing food security can never come to pass.
By: Armin S. We all know what Vitamin D is. But do we know exactly how important it is to us? Probably not. Vitamin D regulates more than two hundred genes throughout the body, acting as a hormone. It regulates blood sugar levels in the pancreas, keeps abnormal cells
By, Raviraj Singh As vegetables, leeks belong to the same family as onions and garlic. You might have occasionally added leeks to your cuisine. The edible portions include the white base and the pale green stalk. While leeks appear unassuming or even boring, they have many nutritional benefits that are
By: Armin S. According to the American Heart Association, a heart attack hits someone about every forty-three seconds. A heart attack occurs when the blood flow that brings oxygen to the heart muscle is either severely reduced or completely cut off. The cause is the arteries that supply the
It is amazing how more and more research are showing findings and links connecting one area of our body to another. Our habits play the most definitive role in our over-all health. The Journal of the American Dental Association for the past two decades has been publishing articles linking our
1. Bladder Aid | Blueberries, like cranberries, contain compounds that prevent bacteria from adhering to bladder walls, which helps ward off urinary-tract infections (UTI’s), according to a Rutgers University study. 2. Brain Power | With increasing age, brain power also decreases which causes short term memory loss and other symptoms
By: Armin S. Everyone agrees that junk food is contributes to bad health – specifically, high blood pressure, diabetes, high levels of cholesterol, and even strokes. And yet, we still see a number of advertisements promoting junk food, specifically targeted towards children. These children are constantly bombarded with advertisements