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Greens First KIDS Becomes Partner with Documenting Hope, Supporting New Approach to New Childhood Epidemics

Press Release – Boca Raton, FL., June 15 , 2107 — Wellness Watchers Global LLC, the parent company of, and makers of Greens First KIDS announced today that they have joined the ranks of some of the nation’s most forward-thinking companies in a partnership with Documenting Hope, endorsing their mission of a paradigm shift of the old-school medical model in the recovery of chronic childhood conditions, which have become modern day epidemics. The Documenting Hope Project seeks to inspire parents, physicians, and policy makers to think differently about children’s health and redesign a system that truly understands how to prevent and reverse chronic health conditions.

“We are extremely delighted to support this organization, which is genuinely committed to the cause of integrating new ideologies and looking beyond the scope of traditional medical protocols and institutional norms in treating childhood epidemic diseases. We share in their vision to discover and implement better recovery options and quality of life for the millions of children and their parents who are seek to find an alternative to the status quo,” said Ryan Benson, COO of Wellness Watchers Global.

Documenting Hope is a group of pioneering scientists, physicians, healers, parents and children’s health advocates who have assembled to scientifically demonstrate that recovery from chronic childhood conditions (even those as complex as autism and autoimmune conditions) is possible.

“We are thrilled to welcome Greens First KIDS as a partner to our growing community that understands and supports our ground-breaking work in the recovery of emerging childhood epidemics. As our research clearly shows, nutrition is a key factor in the healing process of all childhood illnesses and Greens First Kids provides outstanding USDA certified organic nutrition, with 30+ 100% organic superfoods, digestive enzymes as well as pre-and probiotics, which we now understand have a profound impact on gut health and immunity,” said Helen Conroy, Partnership Director of Documenting Hope.

The project will enroll 14 children in a healing and recovery program that will span 18 months. The children’s recovery journey will be documented on film and weaved into a powerful feature-length film that will provide an exposé on the environmental origins of the epidemics of autism, ADHD/ADD, asthma, allergies and other conditions skyrocketing in children. The Project will demonstrate that these conditions can often be reversed using cutting-edge healing modalities.

About Documenting Hope

Documenting Hope is a multi-year research and documentation project to demonstrate the effectiveness of changes in environment for children suffering from autism, ADHD, asthma, allergies and autoimmune diseases. Documenting Hope is sponsored by Epidemic Answers, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to finding healing solutions for the New Childhood Epidemics. The non-profit’s mission is to educate and empower parents and caregivers so that they can facilitate their child’s return to wellness.

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One Response to Greens First KIDS Becomes Partner with Documenting Hope, Supporting New Approach to New Childhood Epidemics

  • Great partnership! Great cause! As the assistant Director of Health180 I see the power of nutrition and bioenergetic approaches daily. I have seen many disease processes reversed. As you know nutrition is the backbone. We empower families daily. We are meeting resistance approaching the school systems related to the effects of poor nutrition on overall health, attention, focus, behavior, and overall arousal. We have our foot in the door in some areas, but would love to be able to provide more of an immediate impact. When we discuss our ideas and philosophy, or what we see clinically every day, we see a lot of nodding heads even excitement at the table from powerful school administrators. That’s where it seems to end! We know budgets are strained. I would like to talk to someone who can help to look at reallocating funds within the budget. There are many reactive services currently in place that deal with children’s maladaptive behaviors even placing kids out of district at a high cost. We have some ideas! Is the right person out there?!? Thanks. Keep up the good work!!

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