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Nutrition and Physical Activity Awareness 2014
Eating well and living a physically active lifestyle can have a tremendous impact on reducing the risk of cancer - and heart disease and diabetes, too. For employees who do not smoke, the most important thing they can do to reduce their risk and stay well is to follow a healthy diet, be more active, and maintain a healthy weight. This information will provide you with tips, tools, and resources to help your employees understand the importance of eating well and being more active, as well as help you create a workplace that makes it easier for them to make healthier choices.
This customizable leadership message demonstrates your support for increased awareness of the importance of eating well and being more active. Use this message to kick off your organization’s nutrition and physical activity awareness campaign.
This tool kit provides suggested promotional activities to implement within your organization, as well as short messages and helpful resources about eating a healthier diet and being physically active that can be distributed in company-wide email blasts, newsletters, intranet, or other communication channels.
This flyer provides an important message about eating well, being active, and maintaining a healthy weight to help reduce cancer risk. It can be posted in high-traffic areas, such as company bulletin boards, elevators, break rooms, nurses’ stations, etc. In addition to the flyer, you can also download flyers that summarize recommended cancer screening guidelines for your employees and their families.
Encourage your employees to learn more about the resources available through American Cancer Society. Your organization can embed this link within your company intranet.