by Dianne Staso, MS, R.D., Registered Dietitian

COVID-19 has really changed the way we live and grocery shop. What remains the same however is our desire to keep our families healthy.  Along with hand washing, getting enough...

Updated 5/12/2020

Blue Zones Project® helps local eateries optimize their establishments for health. Find out which Blue Zones Project Approved™ Restaurants and Grocery Stores have take out, curbside pick-up or delivery. ...

Eating well plays a major role in preventing heart disease. Control your cholesterol and blood pressure by incorporating these seven foods into your lifestyle to improve your heart health.

Whole grains
Whole grains such as...

Congratulations to L.O.V.E. Premier Catering & Event Planning, Beach Cities’ newest premier catering and event planning one-stop shop that aligns with our #BlueZonesProject guidelines! Owner Shirrell Edey says L.O.V.E stands for "L...

Judging from his toned arms, muscular build and athletic posture, you wouldn’t guess that Center for Health & Fitness (CHF) member Gary Smallwood is 70 years old, or that he’s on the verge of being at-risk for...

Congratulations to the following Blue Zones Project Approved™ restaurants that were recently named “Best of the Beach” by Easy Reader! This list proves that healthy places are popular places!

Hermosa Beach:

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Many of us are evaluating the changes we’d like to make in our lives this new year. Not surprisingly, on the top of many lists is to have a healthier lifestyle.

We’ve developed a list of resolutions to help you implement the Power 9® Principles...

It’s a clean sweep: All 12 schools in Redondo Beach Unified School District (RBUSD) are listed among “America’s Healthiest...

“If you build it, they will come.”

That’s exactly what more than 100 volunteers did on Aug. 22 to support Beach Cities Volunteer Day at 8 elementary school gardens in Redondo Beach.

And just like “Field of Dreams” is about more than...

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