1. Tots' Tune Time 15 minutes of Preschool Activities

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    Preschool class educational activities by Linda Osborne at Tots' Tune Time. Preschool Video's covering a wide range of subjects from How to Brush your Teeth to Fitness and Exercise, to 5 A Day Fruit & Vegetable Healthy Eating songs and short preschool aged stories. All of which are interactive, which capture young children's imaginations and encourage children to join in and learn. Presented by Linda. Please note: The quality of the videos in audio and picture quality, we are the first to admit are very poor. We have now run out of money getting this far and the reason we are making these videos available now to encourage a following and try to raise the funds to take Tots' Tune Time to a new level and give mums and nursery schools the opportunity to access new and unique preschool educational material. A big thank you for watching and an equally big thank for any Tips received which will be used towards the redevelopment of Tots' Tune Time Preschool Classes online.

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    • Fit 30 Healthy Eating- Jim Dayon

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      In this episode of BCC Fit 30 Healthy Eating Jim Dayon shows us how to make Chicken Fried Quinoa, a healthy alternative to chicken fried rice.

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      • Workshop for Carers. Healthy eating

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        As part of the workshops for carers, we had yesterday Limetree Catering giving a cookery demonstration to carers in Draperstown. Find more about our Carers workshop and other projects http://theworkspacegroup.org/cookery-demonstration-for-carers/

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        • Fantastic Food

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          This film - funded by Suffolk County Council via their Transforming Suffolk grant scheme and administered by Suffolk Community Foundation - is part of a series of films in a project called 'Eat Well, Stay Well'. "Fantastic Food" was made following a series of visits to a class of under 5 year olds at a Nursery School & Children's Centre in Ipswich, UK. During the sessions the children were introduced to the topic of 'Healthy Eating' choices through a whole range of activities. This film is directed primarily to parents/carers and other organisations that work with the very young. It is hoped that the activities and approach taken by staff at the Centre will encourage others to help improve decisions over food and health in the future. The three other films - 'The Healthy Plate', 'What am I Eating?' and 'The Sensible Shopper', aimed at an older audience, provide an introduction to healthy living and ways that you can shop economically. The last film was shot thanks to the help of the East of England Co-operative store and Woodys (a local butcher) both in Holbrook. All of the films will be distributed to all of the Children's Centres in Suffolk. The programmes were all made by Ko-An Arts CIC - a Community Interest Company - and free support material to accompany all the films can be found on ko-an.org

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          • Kathy Walker Kathy Walker Vibrational Medicine - Dine and Dash, Part Three: Dinner

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            I am very interested in spreading the word on healthy eating. This is the first of three videos about cooking and healthy eating. Let's start with the most important meal of the day - breakfast! Preparing your own food is faster than you think; even faster than stopping by for fast food. Invest in yourself and let this video show you how to eat healthy even in this hectic world we live in.

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            • "Healthy Habits" STN 2015

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              This video was created by seventh graders Alaysia Navor, Nicole Matsushige, and Angeline Bangkirig in the CKTV Advanced Media Productions class at the 2015 Student Television Network, or STN Convention. Our team had a total of 6 hours: 3 hours to film and 3 hours to edit, to produce a 30 second Public Service Announcement on the prompt, "Healthy Habits". This PSA placed 3rd in the convention overall.

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              • National Program Unites People To Make A Health Impact On Local Communities

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                Communities of color bear a disproportionate burden of risks for heart disease and stroke in the U.S. For this reason, the American Heart Association/American Stroke Association created EmPowered To Serve, an online mega-community of diverse individuals and organizations united in building sustainable cultures of health in communities across the country. Through EmPowered To Serve, a free online community platform, the American Heart Association/American Stroke Association is uniting individuals, faith-based organizations, businesses, government and nonprofit sectors to build a "mega community" around a common goal of improving the health and well-being of multicultural communities. "When people join EmPowered To Serve, they have the opportunity to assess their personal health, assess the health of their community or environment and work on an action plan to improve problem areas. The aim of the platform is for communities to achieve at least a 10 percent improvement in health, which is measured through a post action plan assessment," says Clyde Yancy, M.D., Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine and American Heart Association volunteer. Anyone can become a "Change Agent" in their community. With community access to shared resources, a healthy living curriculum and community health assessment tools, people can learn how to take small steps that lead to big changes in healthy living behaviors, healthy living options and heart disease and stroke prevention and survival rates. Here are some easy ideas to impact health in your community: • Plant a garden and share the fruits and vegetables with members of your community • Organize a fitness or walking group in your community • Provide healthy snacks for youth activities and encourage others to do the same • Lead a healthy cooking session at a community event or widely share healthy recipes in your community • Advocate for healthy options in vending machines in your community • For areas without a full-service grocery store, organize a ride-share to the nearest full-service grocery store for fresh foods • Initiate a CPR training in your community or share the American Heart Association's CPR Anytime video with your friends • Advocate to take fried foods and/or sugar sweetened beverages off of the menu at church or community events • Challenge community members to ride a bike or walk to school or work Join the EmPowered To Serve online community at empoweredtoserve.org to make a measurable impact on the health of your community.

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                • Cooking With Carson What's For Dinner? #4

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                  Dinner in 10 minutes or less

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                  • GFM Testimonials

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