The VSPChannel: “Broadcasting To Save Veterans Lives.”



Published October 08, 2016

Charles Johnson
Cooking for Good Mental and Physical Health Show/ VSPChannel
The VSPCHannel
The Veterans Suicide Prevention Channel (VSPChannel) is currently raising money to produce an exciting new life changing show.
“Cooking For Veterans Mental & Physical Health Show”… or visit us at:
This unique cooking show will teach veterans how to use foods to alleviate symptoms associated with depression, anxiety and PTSD, as well as physical ailments like TBI, High Blood Pressure and Diabetes. 
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We encourage you to donate $ 22 Dollars today to the VSPChannel or to one of its shows.
Your $ 22 dollar donation represents giving a dollar for each American veteran who kills themselves each and everyday!
PROMO For Cooking For Veterans Mental & Physical Health Show (With VO)
Executive Producers Funding Appeal
Chef Charles F. Johnson’s Message
PROMO For Cooking For Veterans Mental & Physical Health Show (Without VO)

Glenn Towery,
Visionary & Humanitarian

Subject: FOODS That Promote Healing From the Symptoms of PTSD? A New Concept Cooking Show is coming soon. This Veterans Suicide Prevention Month, the VSPChannel is working to create one of the most important shows we have ever attempted to create, to date. We have stumbled across an innovative way to treat PTSD, anxiety, depression, and many other ailments in veterans and it was right in our faces all along. FOOD.
This discovery became clear to me about a year ago when a Veterans Peer Specialist from the VA and I were on the phone with a Veteran who we had been trying to talk him out of putting a pistol to his head and ending his life. While talking with this Veteran for nearly 3 hours, I noticed he indicated several times, that he was so distraught that he had not eaten anything all day long. After a while, I was able to talk him into fixing himself something to eat and noticed that after he ate, his attitude and mood began to improve significantly. This got me to thinking, could it be possible that the food had been a catalyst in helping him to stabilize emotionally and so dramatically after eating? So, I went online and did a search to find out if food could help with treating mental illness and the most common symptoms associated with PTSD, anxiety and depression. To my astonishment, there was a wealth of information and research by respected organizations and doctors regarding the amazing curative powers that can be found in food to fight mental illnesses such as PTSD. My mind was on fire at this discovery.
Although we had just completed a pilot for a new cooking show, “The Cooking With Chef Dad Show”,
I decided that our next cooking show would be one that would create recipes intended to promote healing in Veterans and their family members that suffer with depression, anxiety and symptoms associated with PTSD. The VSPChannel is currently initiating a campaign to raise funds to produce the first 5 episodes of this show, which has been named the “COOKING FOR VETERANS MENTAL & PHYSICAL HEALTH Show”. We need your support in the coming weeks to spread the word about this amazing show and to support our crowdfunding campaign for funds to help this show to become a broadcast reality.
The response for this show, thus far, has been amazing. We have cast two Veteran Army Chef’s, who are both Master of their craft, to become the on-camera personalities for this show. “Chef Andre Rush”, was the top Enlisted Chef for the Superintendent of the West Point Military Academy, and now works at the White House and prepares nutritionally balanced meals for the President of the United States, the first family, their guest, and staff. ( Andre can dead lift 700 pounds and is built like a brick house). Chef Charles Johnson worked alongside Chef Andre Rush while at West Point and went on to become an Instructor for the Fort Bliss Culinary Arts Program. (Charles can dead lift any recipe book designed to promote good health, and Andre if need be). These two outstanding chefs will be preparing recipes with only the best ingredients to show Veterans and their family members how to prepare easy meals with selected ingredients designed to promote mental and physical wellness, and family oneness.
So, please, spread the word about the power of Food in fighting major symptoms associated with PTSD and support our crowdfunding campaign to raise money to produce this innovative, life saving show that will start on or about September 25, 2016.
See the attachment to this email and share as needed, there are links to potentially life saving information for all Veterans during this Veterans Suicide Prevention Month on how food can begin to assist in healing their PTSD.
Lets help save Veterans from the debilitating causes of suicide that can be helped with proper nutrition.

The VSPChannel: “Broadcasting To Save Veterans Lives.”Glenn Towery, Chairman & Founder
Veterans Suicide Prevention Channel
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