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New York Times Best Selling Author Dr. Roy Vartabedian to Endorse New YoNaturals Kids Healthy Vending Program
Date:4/30/2008

Dr. Roy Vartabedian, author of NutriPoints and creator of the new NutriHeros and NutriGrades kids nutritional systems to work closely with YoNaturals Inc. new Healthy Kids Vending initiative targeting schools

around the U.S.

SAN DIEGO, April 30 /PRNewswire/ -- New York Times best selling author Dr. Roy Vartabedian has agreed today to endorse the New Kids Healthy Vending program being launched on May 5, 2008 by YoNaturals Inc. "The timing of this announcement couldn't be more critical," said Dr. Roy "As childhood obesity is exploding and parents, educators and especially children need to be educated on what's good for them." The Kids Healthy Vending program is designed to appeal to children and 'tweens' and will soon begin servicing elementary and middle schools across the U.S. The program will feature specially selected all natural and organic products intended for children.

"Dr. Roy has been invaluable in helping us select the products that have scored the highest NutriPoints on his new NutriHeros and NutriGrades colorful nutritional charts designed especially for children," said Mark Trotter, CEO of YoNaturals. The NutriGrade is a letter grade -- like a grade for a test or a class -- for each food, so most of the foods on the NutriHeroes side receive an A or A+, while those on the back NutriZeroes side receive a C, D, or F. It's a great way to educate and motivate kids to see the relative nutritional value of foods and make better choices for their diet.

While dedicated to improving the snacking habits of all people, the direction of YoNaturals most recent campaign was stirred by the fact that today's youth are, overall, the unhealthiest in U.S. history. More than 12.5 million children are currently overweight, and nearly 13 million more are at high risk of becoming overweight. It is obvious that a healthy vending program geared toward children is a step in the right direction. Mark Trotter, CEO of
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