go to one of these websites:
- cookinglight.com (im signed into this one)
the meals are delicious and nutritous!
btw... im new and looking for freinds lol
Added by Katelyn Huinker on December 21, 2009 at 12:35pm —
Last week, students from Baldwin Park's "Healthy Teens on The Move" - who are also founding Youth Leaders for Youth Activism Against Obesity's (YAAO) WereFedUp.com online social network - took some pictures and commented about their surroundings. This process helps youth describe their environment and empowers them to consider solutions! This process is called Photovoice.
In the next few months, Baldwin Park youth will be using these photos to influence schools, city leaders, and… Continue
Added by Ruben Brambila on December 21, 2009 at 11:30am —
So the other day I found out that one of my bestfriends (i have 2, which both have a child) her daughter (age 2) has Type 1 diabetes. This came so sudden, she got really sick and was seen at the hospital, where they determined she had Type 1 diabetes. I LOVE
her very much & have been there and seen her grown up since day one. So this has impacted my life greatly. So I did some research to find out more about this disease: Here is what i found:
Type 1 diabetes occurs when… Continue
Added by Anabel Gutierrez on December 18, 2009 at 12:43pm —
Sugar sweetened beverages are the largest single contributor of empty calories to the American diet and their consumption has increased dramatically. To help raise awareness about the contribution of sugar sweetened beverages to epidemic obesity and diabetes, the New York City Department of Health is releasing the second phase of our Pouring on the Pounds campaign. .
To help decrease the… Continue
Added by Belinda on December 18, 2009 at 12:30pm —
Worst Fast-Food Cheeseburger in America
Burger King Triple Whopper Sandwich with Cheese and Mayo
84 g fat (32 g saturated, 3.5 g trans)
1,600 mg sodium
This Triple Whopper is triple trouble. You could remove two patties and still be looking at more calories than you should tussle with in one sitting. And the fact that it’s got more trans fat than you should eat in a day only adds insult to injury. The problem with BK burgers is that not a… Continue
Added by Victor on December 18, 2009 at 12:10pm —
Well um well i just posted a new blog and now i am writing another blog but IDK if i will post it or not so yea well i guess i could say why i joined which is really cause my dad wanted me to but also cause i want to be very healty like super healty so i guess thasts why i joined
Added by Alexis on December 18, 2009 at 11:57am —
WELL HI I AMA NEW MEMBER AND I WONDERED WHAT I WOULD LEARN FROM THIS NOW I WILL FIND OUT
Added by Alexis on December 18, 2009 at 11:54am —
EVERYONE HAVE A WONDERFUL CHRISTMAS AND A HAPPY NEW YEAR!!!!!
Added by Victor on December 18, 2009 at 10:30am —
the contest has being posponed until further notice so if you have any questions
message me anytime or friends request me alright LATER!!!
Added by Victor on December 17, 2009 at 9:27am —
I get my sleeping problems from my mom. My mom and I have this tendency that if we're in a stall position we could just shut our eyes and then we're completely knocked out. I think I observed my mom do it so much growing up that I grew immuned to it. So, today after the Youth Activism Against Obesity meeting, Christina (the advisor) and Connie (member) were in the car talking about life as usual. I was explaining to them how I get more sleep than any senior AP student I know of and I find it… Continue
Added by Kathleen Ann on December 9, 2009 at 11:00pm —
Latimes.com - December 8, 2009
Fit teens could be smarter teens
Exercise provides a terrific brain boost, as a number of studies have shown. But cardiovascular fitness may trump strength training, according to new research.
The study found that having better cardiovascular health as a teenager was linked to not only higher scores on intelligence tests, but more education and a higher income years down the road.
Researchers from Sweden and USC examined… Continue
Added by Ruben Brambila on December 9, 2009 at 8:30am —
The W.K. Kellogg Foundation
in Battle Creek, Michigan, has announced a $32.5 million investment to implement community-driven efforts and national initiatives that improve access to fresh food and physical activity for vulnerable children and their families.
Nine communities will receive initial funding of almost $11 million through the new Food… Continue
Added by Marco on December 2, 2009 at 12:30pm —