The Healthy Home Book Donates All Proceeds to Children’s Hunger Fund

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Authors Dave Wentz and Dr. Myron Wentz Proud to Support Children in Need

Salt Lake City, UT – April 20, 2011 – Dave Wentz and Dr. Myron Wentz, authors of The Healthy Home, a New York Times best-selling book, presented a $126,000 check to Children’s Hunger Fund (CHF) president, Dave Phillips at the organization’s annual awards banquet on April 16.

"It is no small thing to donate all the proceeds of a best-selling book to charity. Dave and Dr. Wentz have shown incredible generosity, which is going to have an impact all over the world. Whether in the villages in the world's most impoverished regions, or in the wake of disasters like the one unfolding in Japan, we will be able to provide food and hope to the innocent children who are suffering through it all," said Phillips.

The father and son duo partnered with CHF in 2001 and have since donated over $11 million dollars in the fight to eliminated childhood hunger and malnutrition across the nation.

“The book’s purpose is to help people around the world live healthier lives. That’s why we chose to donate all the books proceeds to Children’s Hunger Fund, because we share the same dream: to make the world a healthier and safer place to live,” said Dave Wentz.

The Healthy Home is available on, all major bookstore chains, and in many independent bookstores across the nation. All author proceeds will continue to be donated to CHF.

“My dream of a world free from pain and suffering takes one step closer to realization with every purchase of this book. I want to thank those who share my vision of health, and happiness,” said Dr. Myron Wentz.



Dave Wentz is chief executive officer of USANA Health Sciences, a state-of-the-art manufacturer of nutritional supplements and health products.  He received a bachelor’s degree in bioengineering from the University of California, San Diego.  He lives with his wife, Renée, and his son and new-born daughter, Andrew and Sydney, in Salt Lake City, Utah.

Dr. Myron Wentz holds a Ph.D. in microbiology with a specialty in immunology from the University of Utah.  He founded Gull Laboratories in 1974 and developed the first commercially available diagnostic test for the Epstein-Barr virus.  Later he founded USANA Health Sciences and Sanoviv Medical Institute. Honored in June 2007 with the Albert Einstein Award for Outstanding Achievement in the Life Sciences, he is the author of A Mouth Full of Poison and Invisible Miracles.


Founded in 1991, Children’s Hunger Fund (CHF) is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization seeking to alleviate the suffering of needy children across America and around the world. CHF provides training and resources to local churches to help them meet the needs in their communities. Since its beginning, an average of 99% of contributions to CHF have gone directly to programs serving children in need. CHF has distributed nearly 1 billion dollars in aid and is consistently ranked as one of America’s most cost-effective charities by,, and


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