HeartChase Games Promote Healthy Living

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Updated: 7/14/2012 7:49 pm

People in Frankfort are working up a sweat today as part of the American Heart Association’s Heart-Chase.

Teams competed in games based on reality shows like “The Amazing Race” and “Minute-To-Win-It.”

30 groups uncovered clues and completed challenges as part of the “My Heart – My Life” platform.

The American Heart Association says their overall goal is for people to embrace a healthier lifestyle.

By the year 2020, the American Heart Association hopes to improve cardiovascular health of Americans by 20%, while decreasing disease and stroke by 20%.

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stacey - 7/15/2012 2:03 AM
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We still need to feed our family healthy, well-balanced meals while keeping to a set budget. Change is the hardest thing and trying to do everything at once will have most people quitting before they even begin. You can get samples from sites like "Official Samples" where you can find all samples
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