Did you know that between 30% - 50% of cancer diagnoses can be prevented by making just a few small changes to our lifestyle?
The Marie Keating Foundation’s Your Health, Your Choice Challenge is here to give you the kick start you need to make this year your healthiest year yet.
A challenge that is suitable for everybody, from beginners to seasoned walkers/runners, you can take up the challenge any time that suits. We are asking you to walk 10,000 steps a day every day for 20 days to hit a grand total of 200,000 steps. Help reduce your risk of developing cancer, show your support for the 200,000 cancer survivors in Ireland and start making healthy habits.
By registering for the Your Health, Your Choice Challenge today for just €20, you will receive access to a free 21 day nutrition plan devised by Wini Nutritional Therapy as well as a basic training programme by fitness expert Oran Heron, Urban Running to help get you get started safely.
And why not add an extra donation of €10 to receive a special commemorative Marie Keating Foundation medal in the post?Register now
There are more than 200,000 cancer survivors in Ireland. But we know a cancer journey doesn’t just end as soon as treatment does. Ensuring ongoing support is there for anyone who has faced a cancer diagnosis and come through treatment is crucial. We are asking you to take part in the Your Health Your Choice Challenge not only to reduce your risk of cancer through regular exercise, but to help us to be there to support those at every step of their cancer journey.
Funds raised from the proceeds of this Challenge will go to help the Marie Keating Foundation to do just that. To learn more about the prevention, awareness and support services the Foundation provides to communities and cancer survivors across the country, visit www.mariekeating.iesign up to track steps
When it comes to looking after your health, cancer prevention is a cornerstone of what we do here at the Marie Keating Foundation. Our Your Health, Your Choice campaign shares with you the seven pillars of good health that you need to help reduce your risk of cancer.
To learn more about how you can reduce your risk just by making a few small adjustments to your daily routine visit