Vitameal: More than a Meal
VitaMeal: More than a Meal
Malnourished children are missing KEY NUTRIENTS in their diets, which can hinder brain, bone, and immune system development. Most humanitarian food aid is grain, such as corn, which may lack certain essential nutrients for HEALTHY DEVELOPMENT.
VitaMeal is SPECIALLY FORMULATED FOR MALNOURISHED CHILDREN* or family use and produced by Nu Skin — a company with extensive experience in nutrition. Working with an expert in child malnutrition in third-world countries, Nu Skin developed VitaMeal to provide:
VitaMeal is vegetarian and non-dairy, and allows for the easy addition of ingredients to fit every taste and culture. Each VitaMeal package contains 30 child-sized meals, or enough food to provide a child with one nutritious meal each day for a month.
A balance of carbohydrates, protein, fat and fiber
Essential fatty acids required for normal brain development, skin health and immune defense
Electrolytes necessary for maintaining normal fluid balance and muscle function
Highly effective levels of essential vitamins and minerals, including vitamin A for normal sight and immune functions, as well as nutrients for normal growth and skeletal development.*
* These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. VitaMeal is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.
Nu Skin is a for-profit distributor of nutritional and skin care products in more than 50 markets and is traded on the New York Stock Exchange (NUS). Nourish the Children is an initiative of Nu Skin and is registered in some states as a commercial co-venture. The initiative enables Nu Skin’s distributors and customers to purchase VitaMeal from Nu Skin and donate it to charitable organizations to help solve the complex world problem of feeding malnourished children. The price of VitaMeal includes the cost of manufacturing, general overhead, distribution and sales. As is the case with other Nu Skin products, distributors are paid commissions and Nu Skin earns a profit margin from each sale of VitaMeal, which is lower than the profit margin on virtually all of Nu Skin’s other products.