August 2, 2017 – Irmo, SC – Today, Healthy Hands Cooking proudly announced their national partnership with Health Made Simple Pro, a mission driven community featuring healthy living professionals and advocates who collaborate to offer community education events and wellness workshops that educate people on the power of whole food nutrition and healthier choices.
“This comes at the perfect time” states Jan Pinnington, Founder and CEO of Healthy Hands Cooking. “With the rise of obesity, related diseases, and nutrition deficits on the rise, we have a big mission to accomplish. With the help of the Health Made Simple Pro team, we can collectively offer practical solutions rooted in cutting-edge research for optimal wellness.”
Jan’s vision for Healthy Hands Cooking is to train, certify and support 15,000 active cooking instructors (one for every McDonald’s Restaurant) across North America. “With the addition of wellness events and educational health seminars across the country, our army of instructors can now reach even more families with this important information by co-hosting free local events and educational seminars” Pinnington commented.
Health Made Simple Pro is co-founded by Toni Branner, also known as “The Crazy Plant Lady”. Toni is an Exercise Physiologist, Wellness Consultant, Professional Speaker, Author of 6 Nutrition Books, Founder of ACT, and National Marketing Director/Corporate Speaker for the Juice Plus+ Company.
“This is a perfect combination of education with practical hands-on application” states Toni Branner. “Not only do we have the benefit of teaching how nutrition works in the body through our community wellness seminars, but we now have the practical kitchen skills to turn this knowledge into delicious tasting snacks and meals to feed our families in the healthiest way possible.”
Healthy Hands Cooking is a movement to fight obesity by certifying and empowering self-employed coking instructors to teach children and families about nutrition and healthy cooking. Our instructors are passionate moms, dads, teachers, nutrition grads, entrepreneurs, wellness advocates and more.
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