Smart for Life presented Shining Star Award

Smart for Life presented Shining Star Award

Smart for Life received the Unicorn Children's Foundation 2011 Shining Star Award.  This award recognizes an individual or organization that has brought significant awareness to the issues associated with developmental, communication, and learning disorders.

The trailblazing company Smart for Life®, known for its weight management products, and sister company Better Health Beverage, with its appetite-suppressing beverage underWAY, was recently selected to receive the Unicorn Children's Foundation 2011 Shining Star Award. This award recognizes an individual or organization that has brought significant awareness to the issues associated with developmental, communication, and learning disorders.

The ceremony took place at Mar-a-Lago Club in Palm Beach, Florida during the Unicorn Children's Foundation 2011 Gala. The event was chaired by Donald Trump and supports the Foundation dedicated to helping raise awareness and research of children with communicating diseases such as ADD. Smart for Life and underWAY's Dr. Sass Moulavi, Renata Moulavi and Richard Kayne received the award in recognition of their support and philanthropic activity.

"Smart for Life is dedicated to not only financially supporting these important causes, but also to reducing toxins in our food and environment. I believe these toxins are a major effect, if not the cause, of many of these diseases," said Dr. Sass Moulavi, founder of Smart for Life.

The company has received multiple awards over the years showing its philanthropic commitment to the environment, health and wellness, obesity, and much more.

"This adds to our long list of awards including the People's Choice Weight Loss Program and our 86% rating on Diets In Review website. We are honored that our efforts are recognized," said Richard Kayne, COO for Smart for Life.

For more information, please visit www.smartforlife.com, www.under-way.com  or [email protected].

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