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The more you
move – the better for you. Even small amounts of regular physical activity can improve your health. Make simple changes like taking the stairs instead of the elevator and parking further from a store entrance. Walk or bike to school or work.
Regular physical activity and a healthy diet can, lower your blood pressure and cholesterol; reduce the risk of illnesses such as diabetes or heart disease; give you more energy, reduced anxiety and depression; and help in maintaining a healthy weight.
The basics of eating healthy are choosing a variety of fresh, natural (as opposed to processed) foods and enjoying them in moderation. Add more fresh fruits, vegetables, and whole grains and cut back on foods that have a lot of fat, salt, and sugar.
Fit City Aitkin is committed to providing activities and programs for the community which promote an active and healthy lifestyle. The organization plans to support on-going projects including the walking trail, the bike trail expansion to Deerwood, the Mississippi River Trail project and the NutriMan Program at Rippleside Elementary School. We are especially proud to announce the following events for 2013:
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