Notes for the Road: Walk Georgia Blog

Keeping Your Heart Healthy in Winter

heart in hands

By Jay Morris February is here! This means Valentine’s Day is right around the corner. But did you know that there’s another reason to celebrate the month of February? This month is American Heart Month. The purpose of American Heart Month is to promote healthy hearts. Keeping your heart healthy…
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Recipe: Baked Egg Rolls!

In celebration of the Chinese New Year on Monday, February 8th, we thought an egg roll dish would be just the thing! We adore egg rolls with their warm flavorful inside and delicious flaky wrapping, but traditional Chinese takeout is rarely the type of food that makes us want to “move…
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Meet Our New Intern!

Meet Jay. Jay is Walk Georgia’s newest talent and will be helping our program go farther by contributing his knowledge and enthusiasm (look at that Walk Georgia blue shirt!) for health promotion. Jay will graduate from The University of Georgia this May with a Bachelor of Science in Public Health. He…
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Are Zucchini Noodles Worth the Hype?

Let’s discuss a little string theory (don’t worry, we’re referring to noodles). You’ve heard carbohydrates are the enemy, you’ve heard carbs will slow you down, and you definitely feel guilty each time you order pasta instead of a salad. You’ve also heard runners tout the benefits of a big bowl of pasta before…
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Go: Fort Yargo State Park

If you live in the metro Atlanta or Athens area then treat yourself to a sunny and easy outdoor adventure during these winter months. Fort Yargo State Park is located conveniently between Athens and Atlanta in Barrow County and this park is a perfect retreat for the slew of sunny Saturdays predicted…
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