Get Healthy, Live Well

Healthy Eating

When we eat healthy, we feel better. But it’s not always easy to do.

Our region struggles with “food deserts” — neighborhoods where most meal options are high-fat, high-calorie fare from convenience stores and fast food restaurants.

The Healthy Eating programs, classes and resources offered through Get Healthy, Live Well are dedicated to ensuring that residents of west Georgia and east Alabama have greater access to a bountiful variety of fresh, nutritious food.

Healthy Eating Programs

From community gardens and farmers’ markets to expert-led healthy cooking classes, Get Healthy, Live Well offers programs to help you achieve your goals for healthier eating (with a healthy dose of local fruits and vegetables). View our Healthy Eating programs.

Classes and Events

At Tanner, learning about healthy eating is both fun — and filling! We offer expert-led classes and workshops to help people of all ages make fresh, healthy food choices and learn how to best nourish their bodies. Explore our classes and events.

Educational Resources

Have a specific question about eating healthy? Visit the Tanner Health Library to find healthy living articles, podcasts, videos, quizzes and interactive tools focused on a variety of health topics. Or, explore more Living Well resources.

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Events

Intermediate Tai Chi - Villa Rica
Intermediate Tai Chi - Villa Rica

Monday, September 26, 2022

Intro to Tai Chi - Carrollton
Intro to Tai Chi - Carrollton

Tuesday, September 27, 2022

News

From Student to Teacher: How Tai Chi Helps a Villa Rica Woman Find Balance
From Student to Teacher: How Tai Chi Helps a Villa Rica Woman Find Balance

Get Healthy, Live Well's free Tai Chi for Health class helped Carol Stafford, 77, find balance.

Tanner Medical Center/Carrollton Ranks on Newsweek’s List of Top Maternity Hospitals
Tanner Medical Center/Carrollton Ranks on Newsweek’s List of Top Maternity Hospitals

Tanner Medical Center/Carrollton was one of just four hospitals in Georgia named to Newsweek’s list of the top performing maternity hospitals in the nation.

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