FCS News December 7, 2020
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Use these 3 simple steps to begin your holiday season with a goal for a healthier you.
- Write down a few goals for yourself and place them in a location that will serve as a reminder, such as a bathroom mirror or computer screen.
- Include why these goals are important to you. Be specific: include steps as to how, when, and where these goals can be achieved.
- Give yourself a pep talk. Imagine what it would feel like to accomplish your goals. Stay positive and believe in yourself.
- Bonus tip: Read this blog post about how to stick with your goals >>
Take an exercise break!
Spend 5-10 minutes doing an activity you enjoy.
Dance to your favorite songs, go on a brisk walk
or follow along to a YouTube exercise video.
Join Cheetie Kumar, the chef and owner of Garland, a Raleigh, NC restaurant as she tells the story of how she blends the flavors of India and Asian with local ingredients. She will also share favorite recipes and cooking techniques.
Chef Kumar embraces the area’s culture of readily available renowned agriculture. Her cooking is filled with imagination and rebellion and is unassumingly delicious. It is an interpretation of local ingredients made through the eyes of someone who grew up in India, New York City and the south.
This event takes place virtually on December 10th, from 5-6 p.m.
Are You At Risk For Pre-Diabetes?
Did you know that 1 out of 3 people has pre-diabetes? Diabetes is also an underlying medical condition that could put you at increased severe risk of COVID-19. Are you interested in the chance to be entered into a drawing for a Food Lion Gift Card? If the answer is yes, take a second to complete our pre-diabetes risk test >> . Make sure you share your contact information by choosing “yes” for more information about the program so you can be entered in the drawing and receive more information about our Diabetes Prevention Program.
Take the survey to be entered in the drawing for a Food Lion Gift Card.