January 1, 2013
"What's Essential" for the New Year - with Nordic Naturals
As we head into the New Year, I'm thinking of ways to help keep those I love healthy.
Omega-3 fats are important for children, teens and all of us for so many reasons. There have been many studies connecting adequate omega-3 fats (easily found in fish oil capsules) with increased learning ability, sharpness and focus. Omega-3's are part of every cell in the body, including the brain. They help with attention, memory and a balanced nervous system. I buy Nordic Naturals supplements as I feel they are the purest and most effective. They take an incredible amount of care with their products.
As today's children and teens become our future, Nordic Naturals wants to be there with them, helping them achieve. They want to challenge tomorrow's young adults to discover what is most important to them, to inspire good and healthy changes and choices in others and to be an essential part of creating our future.
With their 2013 WHAT'S ESSENTIAL essay scholarship for new and returning college students, young adults can win $5,000 for school!
Applicants for the scholarship will answer the question : "What are the essential components of the education that your generation needs to make a positive impact on the world?"
The one who best answers in 1000-1500 words will receive $5000 towards their college education and a year's supply of Nordic Naturals' award-winning Omega-3 products. That's pretty awesome.
Entries will be judged on communication and style. Academic merit and community service will also be taken into account.
Students and parents can learn more at WhatsEssential.com and on Facebook.com/nordicnaturals . The competition will run from January 1st–March 31st 2013.
So here's to a happy healthy New Year to all and to the future leaders, artists and inventors!
Disclosure: This post is sponsored by Nordic Naturals, however all opinions expressed are my own.
These statements and products mentioned in the post have not been evaluated by the FDA and is not intended to diagnose, cure or treat any diseases.