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February Is Heart Month: These 4 Great Show Ideas Will Keep Your Audience Tuned In
Date:2/2/2010

LOS ANGELES, Feb. 2 /PRNewswire/ --

Help Your Kids Prevent Heart Disease

America's obesity epidemic has touched even the youngest among us and we now see children taking medication to manage cholesterol and high blood pressure. Clearly it's never too early to start your kids on the right track to good health. Cookbook author and food columnist Aviva Goldfarb is an expert on finding time to make delicious, affordable, and healthy meals for your family. Invite her to share helpful tips with your audience!

CONTACT: Aviva Goldfarb, (202) 744-2388 (MD); aviva@thescramble.com

AVAILABILITY: Maryland, nationwide by arrangement, and via telephone

Lose Weight According to God's Plan

When science is combined with sound biblical principles, people can not only lose weight but also keep it off. Pastor Ron Williams is a professor of exercise physiology and nutrition in addition to being a hall-of-famer and the Natural Bodybuilder of the Decade. He has helped thousands of people who have been frustrated by fad diets and short-term gimmicks to finally get fit for life through faith and science.        

CONTACT: Tonja and Ron Williams, (801) 971-0883 (UT); synergyforlife@msn.com

AVAILABILITY: Utah, nationwide by arrangement, and via telephone

Are You Sick and Tired of Feeling Sick and Tired?

Our lives are busy and most of us feel tired and overworked. While it's easy to dismiss these feelings as simply a sign of our busy times, far too many people ignore these warnings from our bodies and end up suffering serious health consequences. Health and nutrition author Chris Johnson advises people to pay attention to their health before a serious crisis causes a need for immediate and drastic medical intervention.

CONTACT: Chris Johnson, (517) 339-6909 (MI); chrisjohnson@ontargetliving.com

AVAILABILITY: Michigan, nationwide by arrangement, and via telephone

A High-Fat Diet Can Make You Healthier?

Is it really possible to eat high-fat and high-cholesterol foods to make your heart stronger and healthier? Health and fitness expert Mark Sisson says that you can actually become slimmer, healthier, and more energetic by eating more and exercising less! By simply avoiding the types of foods that cause weight gain and devastating illness, you can stop the cycle of dieting frustration and start enjoying life and eating in a whole new way.

CONTACT: Mark Sisson, (310) 722-1990 (CA); mdsisson@aol.com

AVAILABILITY: California, nationwide by arrangement, and via telephone

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SOURCE Aviva Goldfarb et al.


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