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Healthy Eating Resources

Are you ready to eat better? Lose weight? Help your family make better nutritional choices?

Get Healthy, Live Well is helping thousands of our neighbors achieve their wellness goals through a combination of education, motivational support and online tools. With the right resources, you can achieve lasting lifestyle change.

Visit our Tanner Health Library to find all types of educational resources focused on healthy eating, including:

  • Healthy recipes
  • Meal planning tips
  • Nutritional advice
  • Interactive quizzes
  • And more

Interactive Tools

Need help staying accountable to your new fitness routine or eating plan? Curious about your BMI?

Our library features free tools, planners and calculators to provide you with useful information for living a healthy lifestyle, including our:

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Meet Our Get Healthy, Live Well Health Champions

Neighbors who are passionate about health and wellness are sharing their stories. Their triumph over obstacles will inspire you to take charge of your own health and wellness.

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Food As Medicine for Diabetes
Food As Medicine for Diabetes

Thursday, February 3, 2022

Carb Counting - Webinar
Carb Counting - Webinar

Thursday, February 10, 2022


Tanner Welcomes National Guard Deployment
Tanner Welcomes National Guard Deployment

As the omicron variant of COVID-19 strains hospitals throughout the country, Tanner Health System was appreciative to welcome 10 members of the Georgia National Guard to assist with operations at its hospitals in Carrollton and Villa Rica.

Tanner Offering ‘Diabetes 101’ Class
Tanner Offering ‘Diabetes 101’ Class

Tanner Health System’s Get Healthy, Live Well offers a free online class that educates people about the risks of type 2 diabetes and answers questions about how it can be prevented or managed.