Read Andy’s latest tips on fitness by visiting Get Fit Southern California.
Healthy Workforce has tools, resources, and the motivation and inspiration to help you be your healthy best – and stay that way. Check out Focus on Fitness!
This website gives consumers information to help them avoid purchasing fruit and vegetables that contain pesticide residue. The organization publishes yearly lists, The Dirty Dozen Plus ™ and The Clean Fifteen ™. You’ll also find helpful videos, including a how to video with Sanjay Gupta, MD (CNN’s chief medical correspondent), who tours a grocery store to help us avoid foods with the highest levels of pesticide residue.
No time to stop at the store for fresh, organic produce? No problem. Farm Fresh to You is available throughout most of the KPSC Region. Use “promo code” kaisersocalmd for 20% off first four boxes of organic fruits and vegetables.
Michael Greger, MD, a licensed general practitioner specializing in general nutrition, in partnership with the Jesse & Julie Rasch Foundation, hosts this informational website that is regularly updated with nutrition-related research from around the world.
Visit their website to learn more about their mission, which is to educate, equip and empower the gatekeepers (i.e., physicians and other health care providers) of dietary-related advice.
Visit the Healthy Workforce Website, where you’ll find cooking videos, a toolbox for healthy eating tips (including the Healthy Meeting Essentials eGuide), and so much more.
Is a free, personalized online program that can help you get motivated, gain confidence, and overcome the challenges of losing weight. It features exercise videos, goal-tracking tools, recipes, and more.
To determine if Overeaters Anonymous, for compulsive eating, is a useful alternative, visit their website.
Visit their website to learn if in-person meetings or online is right for you. Fee required.