Kenko Challenge – Week 2

KENKO NEWS – WEEK 2
Welcome to the Kenko Challenge weekly Kenko-a-gram.  See the items below for important details as related to the Kenko Challenge.
IMPORTANT REMINDER
Don’t forget to log in each week and select the challenges you have completed by Sunday at 11:00pm.  If points are not logged by this time they will NOT be able to be added to your account.
ALERT! – SPECIAL CHALLENGE AHEAD  –
As we enter week two of the Challenge we have a special challenge for all of the teams participating…Take a photo of your team doing something fun related to the Kenko Challenge.  It might be your team doing a physical activity, having a healthy lunch or snack break, or it could be just having fun in the office.  Email the photo to [email protected] by Friday, March 1st.  We’ll post the team pictures to our Facebook page for a special challenge face-off beginning Monday, March 4th. 
WEEK 2 CHALLENGES
Want a list of challenges to print out and keep track of as you go through the week?  Click here to print out Week 2 Challenges.
EXCLUSIVE OFFERS TO KENKO PARTICIPANTS
Click here to see offers for available to Kenko Challenge Participants that are too good to pass up.
DON’T FORGET TO JOIN THE PARTY
Be sure to LIKE the Kenko Challenge on Facebook by going to https://www.facebook.com/KenkoChallenge.  This is a great way to not only keep an eye on the competition but share fun ideas on creating a healthier workplace.  Encourage co-workers, friends, and family to follow the Kenko Challenge as well so that they can keep up with what is going on.
WELLNESS TIP OF THE WEEK
Want a simple way to improve your nutrition level? – Make half your plate fruits and vegetables! Choose red, orange, and dark-green vegetables like tomatoes, sweet potatoes, and broccoli, along with other vegetables for your meals. Add fruit to meals as part of main or side dishes or as dessert.
TASTY RECIPES – GRILLED PINEAPPLE
This is the season for outdoor cooking, a great time to try this yummy grilled pineapple recipe.

Dietitian’s tip: Pineapple is a good source of vitamin C. One-half cup pineapple provides 12 milligrams of vitamin C — about 20 percent of your daily need for vitamin C.

Click here to view the recipe.

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Shelby County Kenko Partners

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