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Kay's Naturals Answers Obama's Call to Tackle Childhood Obesity
Date:3/22/2010

Kay’s Naturals announces its support of Michelle Obama’s recently unveiled “Let’s Move” campaign against childhood obesity and her March 16 call to food makers to “make good food cool.” Kay’s is launching two new websites this April—KaysDietFood.com and KaysDiabeticFood.com—both of which will address issues highlighted in Obama’s campaign.

(PRWEB) March 22, 2010 -- Kay’s Naturals announces its support of Michelle Obama’s recently unveiled “Let’s Move” campaign against childhood obesity and her March 16 call to food makers to “make good food cool.” Kay’s is launching two new websites this April—KaysDietFood.com and KaysDiabeticFood.com—both of which will address issues highlighted in Obama’s campaign.

Obama’s campaign is fueled by the alarming rise in both childhood obesity and childhood diabetes. Because Kay’s Naturals snacks and cereals have an ideal nutritional profile for controlling diabetes and weight, Kay’s is stepping up its marketing to these demographic groups.

Diabetics and dieters need to focus on nutrition that is high in fiber and protein and low in sugar and fat. Unfortunately, the majority of commercial snack foods and cereals are the opposite: high in sugar and fat, while low in fiber and protein. Kay’s Naturals’ snacks and cereals boast a clean nutritional profile that gives diabetics and dieters what they need to lose weight and control blood sugar. For details, please see www.kaysnaturals.com/products.

Kay’s products also address the flavor deficit in the “health food” snack market. While there are many high-protein shakes, smoothies, and bars on the market, it’s hard to find satisfyingly crunchy snack foods that promote weight loss and control blood sugar. From Apple Cinnamon breakfast cereal to Crispy Parmesan Protein Chips and Honey Almond Cookie Bites, Kay’s Naturals makes healthy snacking delicious.

Sold nationwide, Kay's Naturals products have been recommended by the Mayo Clinic and Johns Hopkins for diabetic and weight loss patients. The prize-winning, all-natural products are high-protein (1 oz of Kay’s chips has more protein than 2.5 eggs), gluten-free, low-fat, low glycemic index, zero-cholesterol, and are a good source of fiber. And they’re delicious!

Kay’s foods are available in grocery stores, weight loss and dialysis clinics, school systems, and fitness centers nationwide. They can also be purchased online at www.kaysnaturals.com.

Contact: Ann Jones Kazemzadeh, President, at ann(at)kaysnaturals(dot)com or 320-847-3220

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