Eat Better Live Better 5K At Boca Town Center

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Eat Better Live Better 5K At Boca Town Center – Sunday, April 30, 2017

-Thousands expected for event
-Mission to help fight childhood obesity; teach families to live healthier
-Ashwin Kalyandurg, medical student at Nova Southeastern University, will attempt to break world record for walking on his hands during 8-hour “hand walk”
-Event begins at 7:30 am at the Boca Town Center in Boca Raton, Fla.; Sunday, April 30, 2017
Additional Background:

The Eat Better Live Better (EBLB) Organization comes back after a successful 5k last year in 2016 for The Eat Better Live Better 5K Run/Walk at the Town Center Mall in Boca Raton on Sunday, April 30th, 2017. This year’s EBLB event includes a 5K walk/run, green market, contests and raffles, kids zone, unique vendors, special guests and more. Help fight against childhood obesity with proceeds of the event being donated to EBLB to assist families in preventing or reversing childhood obesity.

Attempt To Break Guinness Book Of World Record:

Ashwin Kalyandurg, medical student of Nova Southeastern University, will attempt to break the Guinness Book of World Record for longest time and distance continuously walking on hands. The current world record for hand walking is 5 km (3 miles) in eight hours, held by Sarah Chapman in the U.K., according to Guinness world records. Kalyandurg is aiming for eight-continuous hours of hand walking.

About Eat Better Live Better:

Eat Better Live Better (EBLB) is making a stand to help reduce the crisis of child obesity with their program that promotes health and wellness. It’s founder, Debra Tendrich, created this organization after living with and overcoming childhood obesity herself. Eat Better Live Better brings families the education and hands on experience of living a healthy lifestyle. With a 90-day program, families are assigned a registered dietician (RD), who they will meet personally, that records a Health Risk assessment and reviews their current eating habits. The RD also educates them on what healthy foods to purchase at the grocery store and provides family workshops and family fitness classes. EBLB’s mission is to help prevent, reduce, and reverse childhood obesity and provide families with nutritional plans and healthy foods. For more information on EBLB and how you can get your family to switch to a healthy lifestyle, or donate to sponsor a family, visit www.eblb.org. EBLB is also available on Facebook and Twitter.

Come join other local individuals and families by participating in the 2017 Eat Better Live Better 5K. If you would like to take part in this event:

Click here to register for the Eat Better Live Better 5K at 7:30 a.m. to be held at the Town Center Mall in Boca Raton, FL on April 30th.