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#2014HBE, Hispanic Business Expo. Working with Karla Leal and Juan Orta to Share with the world the AmateAhora 90day Fall Health Challenge!

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Karla Leal Telemundo

#2014HBE, Hispanic Business Expo. Illinois Hispanic Business Expo

Met with Karla Leal and working w Juan Orta Telemundo Sharing w the world. Our Free AmateAhora 90day Fall Health Challenge supervised by Dr. Estella Hernandez MD & Performance Psychologist Leticia Madrigal MA.

Juan Orta Telemundo Karla Leal Telemundo

Karla Leal y Juan Orta, fue un placer conversar con seres tan amables. Son bellos! aquí esta nuestro red. http://www.joinamate.org Karla Leal Juan Orta w my dear friend and mentor Virginia Martinez J.D.

Nuestro lema. ÁmateAhora, Por Que Mañana Puede Ser Muy Tarde. Viva Saludable! Ahora lanzamos nuestro reto de salud. 2014 Fall 90Day Challenge Social Media BANNER

Whip It, Turn It, Stump It, Jump It! Wednesday

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Join me I’m visiting Norma Casarrubias’s Zumba class at 5pm 25th and CentralPark. Then promoting ÁmateAhora on RADIOVIVE750PM Soy Latina America Program at 8pm. Tune in!

ÁmateAhora was selected by the 7th District Health Taskforce Commissoner Jesus “Chuy” Garcia along with the SouthWest Organizing Project (SWOP). To pilot a health series in the SouthWest of Chicago. The series includes my testimony on the power we have NOW to choose optimal health, an invitation to our Annual ÁmateAhora Health Expo, monthly sweat sessions and screening, and races for a cause. Experts will be leading Exhilarating Exercises and Blissful Breathing techniques. If pilot is successful we will be invited to participate in multiple schools and park districts.

Amate FLYER 4x6

ÁmateAhora is making difference! Did you know? About 600,000 people die of heart disease in the United States every year–that’s 1 in every 4 deaths. While almost everyone is affected by heart disease directly or indirectly, Hispanics and Latinos face even higher risks of cardiovascular diseases because of high blood pressure, obesity and diabetes. Additionally, heart disease is the #1 killer of Hispanic women

. Unlike many illnesses, heart disease is preventable!


CRACK THAT WHIP WEDNESDAY

ZUMBARADIOVIVE

SWOT

7th District