Join the V-103 team and the American Cancer Society this year at the Making Strides Against Breast Cancer Walk on Saturday, October 29th at Piedmont Park. When you walk with us, you are joining the largest network of breast cancer awareness events in the nation, uniting nearly 300 communities to finish the fight. This noncompetitive, inspirational 5K walk raises awareness and funds to end breast cancer and provides hope to ensure no one faces breast cancer alone. Last year, more than one million Making Strides walkers helped to raise more than $1 million for the American Cancer Society to help save more lives from breast cancer.
Make food fun! Make nutritious foods fun by preparing them with your child’s help and being creative together. Create a smiley face with sliced bananas and raisins.
If you are a woman of child bearing age and your mother had fibroids, there’s a good chance you have them too. You don’t have to have a
hysterectomy just because your mother had one. Uterine Fibroid Embolization (UFE) may be the answer. With UFE, you go home the same day with a band aid and the recovery period is about a week. Most importantly, you get to keep your uterus!
Fruit is an important factor to a balanced diet. Keep visible reminders around the kitchen. Keep a bowl of whole fruit on the table, counter, or in the refrigerator.
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For the July 4th holiday-make your food festive and add a few eye-catching fruits to a favorite dish or a new recipe. For older children, add a sprinkle of almonds or green onions to make the dish pop.
Check out the V-103 Get Fit “Fitness Clock-In” video courtesy of Damon Thomas of Eleven16 Media. Keep it locked to V-103 to find out where we are each month. Special thank you to our sponsors The Atlanta Dream, Fitness Friends and NakidFine & 9.
Simplify your summer picnic! Simple Truth® with the green label is now offering a variety of pre-sliced deli meats and cheeses to make your picnic menu quick to prepare and naturally delicious.
It’s easy to eat more vegetables! Eating vegetables is important because they provide vitamins and minerals and most are low in calories. To fit more vegetables in your meals, we’re encouraging them as snacks as well, not just meals. Savor the flavor of seasonal vegetables.