Apple Corps fights the root causes of obesity, malnutrition and hunger in underserved communities. We are a team of National Service members guided by the belief that all people deserve to live healthful lives. In this work, Apple Corps collaborates with schools, community groups and local organizations to educate children about nutrition and physical activity, improve policies affecting child health, and connect families to health-promoting resources.
Apple Corps provides nutrition and healthy cooking education with Solid Ground's Cooking Matters and these three Seattle Elementary Schools:
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Donate gift cards! Apple Corps happily accepts gift cards from QFC, Safeway, or any Seattle grocery store that allows flexible purchasing of healthy fruits, vegetables and cooking products. To donate, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Apple Corps brochure
- Community Vitality: This interactive website (created through a partnership between Magic Johnson and Apple Corps supporter, Aetna) includes a lot of great information – such fast food calorie counts, lower-fat alternatives to them, and healthy recipes.
Apple Corps Recipes
NEW RECIPE! Green Smoothies: Can you guess what makes it green?
- 1 cup apple juice
- 1 cup plain low fat yogurt
- 1 cup frozen berries, or other frozen fruit
- 1 banana (frozen if desired)
- Spinach (until the smoothie turns as green as you like!)
1) In a blender, add juice, yogurt, berries, and banana.
2) Blend together.
3) Add spinach and blend until it gets really green!
4) Pour into cups and enjoy!
Green Smoothie Nutrition Information
Green Smoothies are a great way to get children and adults to eat healthy leafy green
vegetables like spinach.
- Spinach – Spinach has more nutrients than any other food. It is high in vitamin A, B12, C and K. It also has lots of manganese, iron and folate. Because it has so many nutrients, it helps protect our bodies from many diseases like osteoporosis, heart disease, colon cancer, arthritis.
- Blueberries – Blueberries are high in vitamin C, antioxidants and fiber. They boost the immune system and prevent damage to cells that cause health problems such as glaucoma, heart disease and cancer.
- Bananas – Bananas are a good source of vitamin B6, potassium and vitamin C. They are good for your immune system as well as your blood and circulatory system and have been shown to reduce high blood pressure.
- Yogurt – Yogurt is a very good source of calcium, phosphorus, riboflavin-vitamin B2, iodine and protein. It is good for you muscles and bones. It also helps lower bad cholesterol and increase good cholesterol.
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Apple Corps at Solid Ground
1501 North 45th Street
Seattle, WA 98103-6708