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Healthy lifestyle classes and activities

Eat, Move, Live!

City of Hope's 5-week or 12-week Eat, Move, Live! programs for adults and children encourage physical activity and healthy eating for cancer prevention.
 
These classes teach families practical nutritional skills, such as reading food labels and preparing healthy meals, as well as offering fun physical activities such as dance and Zumba. Classes are available in both English and Spanish.
 
Studies show that participants are less likely to develop prediabetes and diabetes, thus reducing their risk for cancer and chronic disease.
 

Roots of Hope

A collaboration between City of Hope and Los Angeles Episcopal Diocese, the research program Roots of Hope analyzes how modifying the unhealthy behaviors of individuals with prediabetes or who are at risk for type 2 diabetes can reduce their risk factors for chronic disease.
 
The research being conducted as a result of Roots of Hope will likely lead to a nationally recognized program by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Program for Healthy Lifestyles

Learn how to manage a chronic condition

The Conrad N. Hilton and City of Hope Program for Healthy Lifestyles will teach you how to manage a chronic condition through a six-week program developed by researchers at Stanford University.
 

Related Programs

To promote better nutrition in food deserts.
 
To promote better nutrition in food deserts.
 
Working with K-12 schools to increase students’ awareness of nutrition, science and health.
 
To find out more about theCity of Hope partnership with
the Conrad N. Hilton Foundation or to become more involved