The mission of Angels of Health is to prevent obesity, chronic disease, and malnutrition through the education and advocacy of healthy living. This is manifested in four programs: First, Eat to Thrive, a 10-week course which gives the option of certification as a health educator; second, Healthy Living at Home which offers clients certified health educators to prepare their meals and teach them to sprout and live according to the Hippocrates Health Institute; third, counseling available online or in person; and fourth, public education by renowned speakers and potlucks. For further details, call Norman at 718-208-5061
Angels of Health 1994 Coney Island Ave Broioklyn, NY 11223
Or by calling us at 718-2018-5061
Optimum Health Solution furthers its goals of sharing knowledge with everyone. Enjoy our interesting articles and information:
Inner City School – Feeding Our Children a Healthy Future. Super Raw Life magazine requested the following article “Optimum Health for Kids”, our program in the Boston Public Schools. Click here for the article
When Cancer Heals by Peter Cutler – inspirational article about his experience with cancer and how he recovered and his mission to help cancer patients feel they are not alone.
Overcoming Arthritis, Substance Cravings & ADHD. This is a Hippocrates article Brian Clement, Director of Hippocrates Institute, requested that I write the following article for the January 2011 issue of the Hippocrates magazine “Healing Our World” Click here for the article
Voted February 2011 Super Mom, Betsy Bragg reflects on being a mom and her relationships with her children and her mom. Check out this candid article. Taylor Wells, Prana Power Yoga and Prana Café and author of soon to be released “Super Mom nominated me as the February 2011 Super Mom to be posted on her website https://www.super-mom.com/
Eco-friendly health and home care products. Check it out.
The Winsor alumni magazine honored Betsy Bragg this year in their “Breaking Ground” fall magazine naming her a Children’s Health and Nutrition Advocate: Winsor Alumni Magazine.