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Saturday, July 14, 2012

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I recently tried out this new healthy water called Resource Natural Spring Water. I felt more hydrated with it than regular water. Many people are dehydrated and most of them buy energy drinks (thinking they are healthy), but these drinks have artificial ingredients. Also people confuse being thirsty with being hungry. If you feel hungry, drink more water. I emailed them my review and found out about the giveaway. Comment on this blog or contact me about how you plan to stay healthy this summer. 3 winner(s) will each win a $25 spa gift card. 

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Are you or someone you know working on an effective project that addresses childhood obesity? The American Journal of Preventive Medicine (AJPM) wants to hear about it. AJPM announces the opening of the "Childhood Obesity Challenge," an online competition designed to provide new and creative solutions to this public health crisis. The Challenge is open to individuals or teams from any sector, and presents an outlet for innovative solutions to childhood obesity that are outside the standard framework of scientific research publications.

Winners will receive a cash prize and will be featured in the print and online editions of AJPM. The deadline for submitting entries is 5 pm EDT Aug. 15, 2012.
To submit an idea for reducing childhood obesity, or to learn more about the competition, visit

P.S. Consumption of soda and sugary drinks is linked to obesity. Too many parents give kids soda instead of water. The best way to hydrate is to drink water.

Ingrid Cheng @fitnesswla
Founder of Fit-Twist

P.S. Join Let's Move West L.A!

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