Root for the Beet Virtual Education Program

We highly recommend the Root for the Beet Virtual Vegetable and Nutrition Education Program designed by Long Island’s on, Heartbeet Farms. The Root for the Beet Vegetable Program focuses on teaching elementary students (2nd through 5th grade) how to make healthier food and drink choices.

The first Chapter is about the Beet and not only do you learn about the beet and what type of vegetable it is but, there are fun ways to prepare the vegetable in your own home. The beet used to be my least favorite vegetable but, thanks to this course it is one that I have been incorporating into my meals more often than I have before. The information provided and ways to prepare the beet got me more excited to use this amazing root vegetable in the kitchen more often.

Each of the 13 chapters and lessons have a quiz at the end. Once your child(ren) complete the 13 quizzes your child will receive a special prize in the mail from Heart & Beet.

Check out this video from Heartbeet Farms:

Ready to Enroll?

Complete the form to get started. Hit submit and you will be directed to the payment screen via Paypal. Your enrollment will include the book, videos, quizzes, and prize.

A couple of years ago we visited Heartbeet Farms mobile Organic Fruit and Veggie Farm Stand. I struggled to get my girls to eat veggies but, they were not interested in them as much as I was. Until we met Jen and her girls at their mobile farm stand. Jennifer Ross and her girls got my girls so excited about trying new veggies. My girls learned just by visiting the mobile farm stand how healthy and delicious veggies are and they were open to trying more and more veggies because someone else (not their Mom) was telling them to give these organic veggies a try. My oldest daughter has really showed an interest in learning more about cooking and preparing healthy foods for our family to eat and enjoy. I am just as excited as she is to try new recipes. She used to be the pickiest eater but, once she got in the kitchen with me to prepare the food for our family she was more willing to try the meals with more veggies in them. I follow Heartbeet Farms and look forward to the informative blog posts that Jen puts together. I truly learn so much from her and I was so excited when I saw that their book, Root for the Beet is now a virtual course.

Thank you Heartbeet Farms for inspiring us to be more healthy and we appreciate you so much!

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