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- March 8, 2017 - Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics celebrates Registered Dietitian Nutritionist Day on Wednesday, March 8. As the nation’s food and nutrition experts, registered dietitian nutritionists are committed to improving the health of their patients and community. We wanted to take this time to spotlight the work of dietitians that work with Get Healthy Philly. Check out […]
- February 17, 2017 - Celebrating Black History Month with Healthy Role Models Black History Month is a time to celebrate a culture and remember those who have made great strides throughout history. Many of these significant African American figures have proven to be role models in many ways. Not only have we seen strong men and women fight for […]
- February 13, 2017 - Do you wish you could feel better, live a healthier lifestyle, and reduce your stress but have trouble making the changes you know you should make to get there? Get Healthy Philly is here to support your personal journey by providing ideas and resources to use physical activity and nutrition as well as tobacco-free living […]
- January 26, 2017 - The Food Trust provides health screenings at select corner stores at the same time each month through partnerships with local health care providers as part of their Heart Smarts program. Participants are screened for blood pressure, given weight checks, and are offered healthy lifestyle counseling, referrals and resources, including information on smoking cessation. See […]
Tuesday, 25 April 2017 9:37 pm
A quick and easy Shakshuka recipe to try. Use any ovenproof skillet if you don't have a cast iron one. For low sodium version use no salt added/low sodium canned tomatoes.
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Tuesday, 25 April 2017 3:12 pm
May is American Stroke Month. Did you know that 80% of strokes are preventable? Learn how you can reduce your risk!