Dr. Barbara Barnett Levine Reveals Frightening facts

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Dr. Barbara Barnett Levine has made young children her main concern. Not only in her pediatrics practice, but in her life. She actually is a mother to two young children and actively involved in each and every aspect of their life and development. She is a proponent of excellent nutrition and overcoming the childhood obesity epidemic. She is a scientist determined to improve the lives of kids through nutrition and healthy practices. Just recently, she has been helping local organizations to combat this issue. She focuses her help to leading independent charity that reaches out to children in need in the United States and throughout the world.

Psychological reports have indicated that dealing with poverty provides a number of negative effects on the physical and mental health and wellbeing of our nation’s children. It is affecting them at home, in school, and in their communities. A great many of these children are living in substandard housing and or are homeless, they experience weak nutrition and food insecurity, insufficient child care, lack of use of health care, unsafe neighborhoods, and not to mention the schools are under resourced which adversely has an effect on their education. Children within our own backyards are increasingly being affected especially resulting from our present-day economic climate and unemployment rates. Children who are living in poverty are at greater risk of behavioral and emotional complications.

“When you think of children in need, your mind may by natural means travel to third world countries, but the truth of the matter is, there are enormous amounts of children in the U.S.’s Deep South who are living well under the poverty line and in surroundings that would shock America’s city dwellers,” Dr. Levine told us. Dr. Levine will head a suggested campaign to provide healthy and balanced, nutritious meals into neighborhoods where a large number of the families with children are living below the poverty line. Dr. Levine said that the work that these kinds of organizations do at home and abroad has been an encouragement to her for many years and she is honored to be working with them to deliver food and health-related care to children in need.

Dr. Barnett Levine alongside other volunteers will work together to cultivate a comprehensive plan of action for the communities in the Deep South that this lifesaving mission will focus on. A collaboration of education, medical care and dietary needs are anticipated to be addressed. The panel projects a launch of this innovative outreach program by mid-summer 2011.

Dr. Barbara Barnett Levine is a pediatrician and board certified nutritionist with a busy practice in the South. She is currently seeking corporate sponsorship to bring a much healthier choice to public school children. She hopes to adopt a similar plan as Chef Jaime Oliver has been advocating. It is fair to assume, based on her passion for healthy eating that she will bring some of this to the program she is developing to help save the children.

Dr. Barnett Levine feels that helping to save the children in America will develop a culture of accountability , ambition , collaboration, creativity in addition to ethics to America that is much needed. This system meshes well with her own personal style. She looks forward to delivering much needed services and other programs to children in need.

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