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Eat Smart, Move More... Maintain, don't gain! Holiday Challenge

Join the eXtension Child and Family Learning Network, along with Eat Smart, Move More, Weigh Less Specialist Madison Fehling, for a free webinar on maintaining your weight this holiday season. The Holiday Challenge is part of Eat Smart, Move More, Weigh Less, an online 15-week weight management program, developed by NC State University and the NC Division of Public Health.

The Eat Smart, Move More, Maintain, don’t gain! Holiday Challenge is a free 7-week weight maintenance program that runs from Thanksgiving through New Year’s Eve. In 2013, 6,000+ people from 48 different states and Canada took part in the Challenge. 90% reported having maintained their weight during the 2013 holiday season. Won't you take the 2014 Holiday Challenge?

In this session, you will learn:
  • how to stay mindful and make healthy decisions over this hectic season;
  • how to join and promote the Holiday Challenge in your workplace, community program, and/or family; and
  • about the free perks of the Holiday Challenge (such as calorie calculators, online food logs, healthy recipes, daily tips, weekly e-newsletters, and more!).


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