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Five-a-day Fruit and Veggie Challenge Begins March 27

Resubmitted from: Boise State University News Update March 17, 2017

How many fruits and veggies do you eat every day? If you don’t know the answer to that question, consider taking the “5-a-day” fruit and veggie challenge beginning Monday, March 27.

This challenge is aimed at getting participants to consume the five recommended servings of fruits and vegetables each day. For 28 days, participants will use the online site to track the number of servings they eat. They’ll receive a point for every serving logged, with the chance to earn bonus points by trying new recipes or attending the weekly challenge activity hour in the Student Union Building.

At the end of the challenge, many prizes will be awarded  to participants who receive a certain number of points. Prizes in the drawing include a massage from Health Services, a session with Health Services’ Campus Dietitian, a health coaching session, healthy snack grab bags and more.

Sign up for this free challenge in three easy steps:

​1.​ Register or sign in at BoiseState.2act.co
​2. ​Click on “find more challenges”
​3. ​Click “Join now!” to join the 5-a-day challenge 2017

For more information, contact Holly Levin at HollyLevin@BoiseState.edu or call (208) 426-2694.

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