The following video contains thoughts from interviews with our Univera Associates Catherine Raymer, Jim Keranen and Sara Spicer. Each take their time to reflect on what the 2016 Honduras mission trip meant to them. A trip they will never forget.
Come join us on September 17th, 2016 for our 2nd annual Walla Walla Wine Walk! Events at the walk include: the wine walk from 11am-3pm, an exciting vintage grape stomp (who doesn’t like getting a little down and dirty for the cause!), a live band with auction, and finally a silent auction to close off […]
New partnership with the San Antonio Food Bank! The San Antonio Food Bank is a member of Feeding America. They provide food and groceries to more than 530 partner agencies in 16 counties in Southwest Texas. The food bank relies on the generosity and support of local businesses, churches, foundations, corporations, government, civic groups and […]
It was that time of the year again. We had our annual Univera convention held July 22-23, 2016 in Seattle, WA. We began the convention with a lighthearted talent show. The acts ranged from a sing along to a twist on Adele’s “Hello” and a beautiful version John Lennon’s “Imagine”. There was even a picture […]
We are proud to announce a new partnership with North Texas Food Bank! The North Texas Food Bank is a Dallas, TX nonprofit hunger relief based organization that distributes donated, purchased and prepared foods through a network of more than 200 partner agencies in 13 counties. As a member of Feeding America, they support the […]
In the perennial nature vs. nurture debate, nature often gets a bad rap, but the case for the power of proper nurture is looking very good these days, specifically with the rise in fields such as Nutrigenomics, which tie genetic information with nutritional choices and possibilities. Writing for Natural News, S. L. Baker makes the […]
The dangers of excessive stress are becoming more and more apparent, as its health implications continue to be studied in relation to various diseases. Take Alzheimer’s disease: Scott LaFee, writing for UC San Diego Newsroom discusses this connection in his article, Modulating Brain’s Stress Circuitry Might Prevent Alzheimer’s Disease where he says that “researchers at […]
Have you ever read news stories or studies about people being genetically predisposed towards certain cancers (or other illnesses) and felt hopeless? After all, with a family history of a disease, what good would it do to eat well and live a healthy lifestyle if you’re doomed from the get go so to speak? Not […]