Community urged to join the fight against child malnutrition

2019-11-20 06:00
Seen with Umvoti Aids Centre members and children from the centre is (from left) Almut Rabe and Suhaifa Kharodia. photo: supplied

Seen with Umvoti Aids Centre members and children from the centre is (from left) Almut Rabe and Suhaifa Kharodia. photo: supplied

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MANNATECH started as a research and development company that was founded in 1994. They are currently operating in 26 countries and in 1999 were listed on the Nasdaq Stock Market.

Mannatech is famous for their technology related to the discovery of the healing component in aloe, namely a molecule called mannose (scientifically known as a glycan). Mannatech then went on to not only figure out how to keep the mannose alive once it is extracted from the aloe but also how to broaden its use into unique skincare technology and even further into a patented fat-loss and fitness range.

Glycans have been scientifically proven to support the body’s natural abilities in healing and regeneration. Mannatech owns numerous patents related to its glycan technology and is among the fastest growing network marketing companies in the world.

Mission 5 Million (M5M) is part of Mannatech’s dynamic business model of social entrepreneurship that links its international product sales to the world’s most at-risk children. Through its M5M movement, Mannatech empowers caring individuals, such as Suhaifa Kharodia of Kranskop, to join the fight against childhood malnutrition by simply choosing to nourish them with advanced nutrition sourced from real food.

Every six seconds a child under the age of five dies from malnutrition related causes. Mannatech’s mission is to link five million consumers to five million children worldwide.

M5M is now supporting the Umvoti Aids Centre. We are very proud to announce that the unique Phytoblend Supplement Powder has now been made available by Mannatech through the work of Kharodia and her team to support the children at the Umvoti Aids Centre.

Should anyone be interested in supporting this worthy initiative, please contact Kharodia at e-mail suhaifa22­@gmail.com or Almut Rabe at precious.wellness@­rabefamily.com or directly at the Greytown Umvoti Aids Centre.

— Supplied.

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