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Eat Better, Feel Better

Healthy Eating

Why it's Important

Healthy eating starts with healthy food choices and healthy food choices can be as simple as adding more color to your plate.  By focusing on incorporating five servings of fruit and vegetable into your diet, which may reduce your risk of heart disease, stroke, and other chronic diseases. Start to eat better and feel better today by making smart choices that create healthy eating habits you enjoy. 

Colorful Choices

Ready to boost your energy, improve your mood, and feel your best?  Start adding more color into each day with this 6-week challenge.

Diabetes Prevention Program

According to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention, 1 in 3 adults have prediabetes, but only 10% know they have it.  Learn your risk to prevent diabetes. 

Healthy Weight Program

Your weight is more than just a number on a scale.  This 7-week program will help you learn how to reach your healthy weight goals.  Learn more about the program. 

Daily Challenge

​​​​​​The Daily Challenge has 45 different tracks to help you establish healthy habits.  Choose the track that will help you develop healthy habits that you can keep!  Find the track that’s right for you.

Find additional resources from your health plan: 

Click on your health plan below to find healthy eating and nutrition resources for you. 


Watch Michael’s story about how he makes healthy choices.

 

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