Have you heard of a food desert before? If you haven’t, check this out. The US Department of Agriculture defines food deserts as:
“…urban neighborhoods and rural towns without ready access to fresh, healthy, and affordable food. Instead of supermarkets and grocery stores, these communities may have no food access or are served only by fast food restaurants and convenience stores that offer few healthy, affordable food options. The lack of access contributes to a poor diet and can lead to higher levels of obesity and other diet-related diseases, such as diabetes and heart disease.”
When you add to that definition that DoSomething.org says that 23.5 million people live in food deserts, it’s staggering to think about just how badly people need good, solid nutrition. While fast food may be easy and convenient, we know something else that is easy, convenient and great for you. These food deserts can be anywhere, whether based on geography, access or tradition. But at LIMU, we have an answer for everyone and anyone that find themselves with a thirst for more from their diet!
Figured out what it is, yet?
Our ultra-premium liquid nutrition is the perfect answer if you find yourself living in a food desert (or anywhere!) Delivered right to your door, LIMU’s product line provides the premium fuel for everything from the every day to the extraordinary. Whether it’s our LIMU Original, LIMU LEAN or BLU FROG products, LIMU ships right to your door. No need to worry about where to find it!
That isn’t the only benefit, though. Building a business with LIMU can help benefit you physically and fiscally. While improving your health by drinking LIMU products, you’ll be erasing debt and building a nest egg. You’ll be actively engaged in fighting the bigger forces that create food deserts while helping you, your family, friends, neighbors and those people you live near that you’ve never even met!
If you’re not sure if you live in a food desert, check out the map below for a look at the food deserts in the United States. You can find the interactive map at the USDA’s website linked above.