Let's Move! Clinic for KIDS - Cal State Long Beach

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Let's Move! Clinic for KIDS - Cal State Long Beach

Time: May 8, 2014 from 3:30pm to 5:30pm
Location: Cal State University Long Beach - George Allen Fields (by Pyramid Arena)
Street: 1250 Bellflower Blvd.
City/Town: Long Beach 90840
Website or Map: http://goo.gl/maps/wQYpp
Phone: jomarie_lawrence@yahoo.com
Event Type: childrens, health, family, fun
Organized By: Jo-Marie Lawrence, Long Beach Alliance for Food & Fitness
Latest Activity: May 7, 2014

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Event Description

Children ages K - 8th grades + families INVITED to this free Fitness FUN event!  Special guests from BLAST Youth Program (Basic Learning for All Students Today) will participate.

The Let's Move! Clinic at CSU- Long Beach involves a stroll around California's largest campus + Goodie bags for everyone filled with healthy surprises!  

Then it's time for fitness music & activities on the sports fields by the Pyramid (see above). 

Student athletes will lead Sports Challenge event games, with prizes for ALL, fitness and fun designed to inspire children ages K - 8th grades.

Let's Move! West LA will be represented by SUPER MOM LaTasha Lyons of FunFIT

Training by athletes and recreation students help kids enjoy the pursuit of experiences that UPgrade patterns of fitness - nutrition - wellness.

Snack meals provided for FREE. Parents invited welcome to join in also! Co-sponsored in part by City of Long Beach -

Let's Move! Long Beach.

It's never too early to go to college... 

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'Nutritious' Beauty with Chef Jackie

Let's Move! West LA Co-Founder, Celebrity Chef Jackie Keller pictured at a Let's Move! event. Trained as Executive Chef at Le Cordon Bleu (Paris); USC degree in Business and at UCLA in Health & Wellness Counseling, Chef Jackie is State Board-Certified as a Health & Wellness Consultant.  She's past-President of LA's Women Presidents Organization. With frequent media appearances she's President/Co-Founder of NutriFit, a healthy meal delivery service for home or office.

Chef Jackie  recently shared these beauty treatments, good enough to eat...

Cornmeal - An inexpensive, effective, natural exfoliant, says Jackie Keller of NutriFit.

“Moisten face, put a small amount of 
cornmeal in your palm. Then gently scrub cheeks, forehead, nose, and 
chin,” she says. “Then follow your usual moisturizing protocol.”

Apple Cider Vinegar“It clarifies the scalp by unclogging hair follicles that hinder hair growth and create build up,” says celebrity hairstylist Ron King, owner of Ron King Salon in Austin, Texas.

To use, mix equal parts water and apple cider vinegar and rinse hair with it.

Avocado“This delicious food is actually a great beauty remedy for dry 
skin because it is rich in natural oils, proteins, and vitamins,” says
 Gina DeBacker, the associate editor for Mother Earth Living.

Make avocado facial mask by blending
 avocado with 1 - 2 tsp honey. Apply to your 
face. Leave on for 20 min. Rinse with a warm washcloth.

HoneyUse for spot treatment to fight blemishes, says Dr. Jessica Krant, a dermatologist and founder of Art of Dermatology in New York.

“Honey has natural moisturizing, antioxidant, and antibacterial properties, so it can help smooth and freshen skin as it’s killing bacteria and helping improve acne,” she says.

Any kind of honey will work, but Dr. Krant says pure manuka honey is the most effective.

Lemon“The acids and the vitamin C help exfoliate,” says Dr. Vicki Rapaport, a Beverly Hills-based dermatologist.

Lemons can also help fight free radical damage to skin. “The more 
you dilute [lemon juice] with other ingredients, the less potent and pure it becomes,
 so just squeeze it on the skin, wash in circular motions and rinse off,” she says.

Olive oil Running low on make up remover? “Simply blot some [olive oil] onto a cotton ball to 
wipe off make up,” Keller says.

“Most cosmetics are oil-based, so a quick light wipe 
will do,” she adds.

Yogurt “Plain yogurt straight out of the refrigerator can be used as a softening, smoothing facial mask,” says Dr. Krant.

“The lactic acid in the yogurt not only works as a mild refreshing chemical peel, but also has anti-inflammatory effects that can help soothe breakouts.”

(article by Frugal Foodie, a journalist based in New York City who spends her days writing about personal finance and obsessing about what she’ll have for dinner.)

Chef Jackie says, "I'm available to Let's Move! members for consultations on Nutrition & Wellness ideas & planning.  Call me at  310.473.1989" Thank You!

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