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Health Awareness & Illness Prevention

 Health Awareness & Illness Prevention

 

The California Department of Health Services, the American Cancer Society and the American Heart Association advise that you make healthy food choices a habit.  By eating smart, you can live healthier and reduce your risk of developing serious health problems like cancer, obesity, diabetes, high blood pressure, heart disease and or stroke.

Eating smart means you indulge in healthy eating habits following the recommendations on the food pyramid.  Eat five a day of fruits and vegetables is an easy way to improve your health and reduce the risks of illness.

FOOD PYRAMID