You may want to rethink those french fries and how you cook your potatoes! Research in The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition found eating any type of fried potatoes two or three times per week may double the risk of early death, compared with not eating them at all, a recent study published in the […]
Having a healthy and balanced diet has important benefits to a person's health and can reduce the risk of heart disease, cancer, and obesity.
STRIVE San Diego! works closely with restaurants, farmer’s markets, and grocery stores to improve nutrition and
promote healthy living to reduce the risk of obesity, diabetes, and heart disease. The San Diego Asian Pacific Islander
Community Health Network (SDAPI) is a network of community-based organizations in San Diego that aims to
improve Asian and Pacific Islander (API) health outcomes and community voice.
A program of SDAPI, STRIVE San Diego! was part of a select group of community-based organizations funded through
the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Division of Community Health (DCH) to provide a high impact
program to reduce health disparities in Asian and Pacific Islander communities. STRIVE, San Diego! is also a project
of Operation Samahan, Inc. and a sub-recipient of the CDC REACH program.