Posted March 03, 2019 06:22:21 You know you want your kids to get their fix of chocolate, and it’s all thanks to the wonderful folks at the Yummy Snacks and Treats Foundation.
For years, YummySnacks.org has helped kids get their fill of chocolate from a variety of delicious treats.
The foundation’s founder, Dr. Mark C. Smith, has been helping kids from a young age discover how they can get the most out of their chocolate and to enjoy it in all of its unique flavors.
The YummySnacks Foundation is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit dedicated to supporting pediatric cancer research and to improving the quality of life for children living with the disease.
The nonprofit aims to educate parents about the importance of having a healthy diet and to provide them with the tools they need to help their kids thrive.
“If you are going to get kids excited, make sure that they are getting their chocolate from an authentic source,” Smith said.
“You need to have a whole menu of healthy treats that you have to be a part of.”
The foundation began as a small initiative in 2009.
Since then, the Yumysnacks have expanded to include more than 1,200 food trucks, more than 2,500 chocolate bars, more then 250 different flavors, and more than a dozen food trucks.
The group has developed a number of programs for children with special needs, such as special diets for kids with Down syndrome, special meals for children at risk for asthma and allergies, and an educational program for kids who are obese.
The first project started as a fun and educational idea, but over time the foundation has become a serious and vital part of helping children.
Smith said it is easy to get caught up in the excitement of eating something new.
But it is also important to remember that all the fun and excitement is just the start of the process of building a healthy, balanced, and balanced diet for children.
“Children with obesity need to learn to make healthy choices in the face of all the negative side effects of being obese,” Smith explained.
“As adults, we tend to get hung up on the positive and we focus on the bad, so it is important that children get to know about all the things that are good about being fat and healthy.”
Children can learn to create a healthy balanced diet by taking time to listen to adults who have experienced obesity, and by understanding the nutritional benefits of certain foods and their health benefits.
“When you see a child who has been diagnosed with obesity, you know there are a lot of problems they are dealing with,” Smith added.
“It is important to start by talking to your doctor and asking what is going on.
If they say you have weight problems, that means you are dealing directly with a doctor who has had a serious experience with weight problems.”
The Foundation’s chocolate and treat program has grown to include a number different flavors of chocolate and other foods.
The Foundation also supports a number children’s programs that provide free meals, snacks, and other items to low-income children.
Yummy snacks and treats are available in every corner of the country.
They are available to every child under 5, and can include treats, chocolate bars and chocolate chip cookies, milk chocolate chips, peanut butter cups, and even birthday cakes and other special treats.
“The more children that are getting a variety, the more they will be able to eat all the different flavors and different types of chocolate,” Smith noted.
“We want to give kids the opportunity to eat whatever they want.”