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Discovery Health's Fifth Annual National Body Challenge Takes a Stand Against Obesity by Offering the Keys to Adopting a Healthy, Active Lifestyle
Date:12/21/2007

-- Discovery Health Partners with Kashi, America's Milk Processors and Bally Total Fitness to Shape Up America on Television, Online and in the

Community at No Cost to the Participant --

SILVER SPRING, Md., Dec. 21 /PRNewswire/ -- Discovery Health's fifth annual NATIONAL BODY CHALLENGE returns to help battle the obesity epidemic with its biggest and best year yet, with online registration beginning on December 27, 2007, at discoveryhealth.com. One of America's largest and most comprehensive fitness and weight-loss initiatives, with over 1.5 million participants registered to date, NATIONAL BODY CHALLENGE offers a multimedia approach to health and wellness. This year, Discovery Health is teaming up with Kashi, America's Milk Processors and Bally Total Fitness to provide the tools, inspiration, and information necessary for adopting healthier lifestyles. The NATIONAL BODY CHALLENGE provides participants unparalleled features and support for getting into shape-entirely free of charge.

A one-stop shop for a New Year's resolution that really works, the NATIONAL BODY CHALLENGE's online home at discoveryhealth.com boasts an unrivaled array of over 1,000 recipes and meal plans provided by Eating Well, as well as health tips from renowned experts such as Dr. Mehmet Oz and Dr. Pam Peeke. The Web site also features special video content containing exercise tips, sample fitness regimens and a special NATIONAL BODY CHALLENGE workout designed by celebrity fitness guru Gilad. Also, participants who register at discoveryhealth.com by January 11, 2008, will receive a free eight-week pass to Bally Total Fitness, good for use at any of the health club's 354 locations nationwide. Whether joining alone or along with friends or family members, participants can motivate each other and stay connected through NATIONAL BODY CHALLENGE community tools, including user-generated blogs, message boards and regular chat sessions.

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