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Disney Introduces ‘D-Lightful Living’ Program to Make Health and Nutrition Fun

14 September 2011 No Comment

Yesterday, Disney Consumer Productsintroduced “D-Lightful Living,” a program aimed at families to help them incorporate healthier lifestyle habits into their daily routine. The “D-Lightful Living : Animate Your Daily Routine” program will take families through 12 weeks of health and nutrition tips, using Disney branded products for inspiration.

Families will learn easy ways to incorporate healthy food and exercise choices into their routines, including eating more fruits and veggies; improving oral hygiene; and learning how to prepare for the cold and flu season. Each week, Disney Consumer Products Facebook page will feature a video challenge from “Go-To Mom” Kimberley Clayton Blaine showing parents tips on encouraging their children to lead healthier lifestyles.

Blaine says:

Encouraging children to incorporate health-minded changes, even small ones, into their daily routines is often frustrating for parents. With help and inspiration from Disney-branded products that feature some of kids’ favorite characters, moms and dads can inspire healthier habits that feel like fun and not a task.

The program will run weekly starting now until November. By visiting DCP’s Facebook page, parents can access the weekly challenges as well as download a checklist of all 12 challenges to help track their families progress throughout the program. Parents can also enter to win a weekly prize pack of Disney-branded products. Additionally, a forum has been set up for parents to exchange their own healthy living tips and invite friends and family to participate in the challenge as well.

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