I’m sure that most of us, when asked, would say that we eat a fairly ‘balanced’ diet. However, do you really know what that means? Is your plate stacked with meat when it should make room for veggies & grains?
When Dairy Farmers of Canada attended The Health, Sports & Lifestyle Expo in Vancouver, they created a powerful and captivating performance to highlight the surprising benefits of yogurt, which aids in the prevention of high blood pressure.
The performance, and the film of it, were made to promote the free Get Enough Helper App, which helps people track what they eat based on recommendations from Canada’s Food Guide.
In the video, we see a gymnast stacking and balancing a series of chairs in front of conference attendees. The gymnast then climbs, twists and contorts his body at seemingly impossible angles on top of the chairs, to show how far we each stretch to find balance in our day.
The performance is intensely physical and dangerous – much like high blood pressure – and encourages the audience to use the Get Enough Helper App to help the fight against high blood pressure. Each day someone uses the App, Dairy Farmers of Canada donates $1 on their behalf to the Heart & Stroke Foundation to support the fight against high blood pressure.
The performance is spellbinding, engaging and stunning, and the video shows conference attendees watching in rapt attention while enjoying complimentary yogurt parfaits and savouring the surprising health benefits of yogurt.
Have a look!
Note: This content was provided by our friends, the Dairy Farmers of Canada. Every now and then, we post campaigns like this that resonate with us. Doing this helps cover our overhead costs and even make a little for ourselves so that we can spend more time coming up with creative, fun, and helpful content for our blog.
Latest posts by Jenn vanOosten (see all)
- The Aftermath of the Whole30 and the Beginning of Probiotics #RenewLifeCanada - June 30, 2017
- Success! #Whole30 #Day30 - June 12, 2017
- The TRUTH of my Whole30: How do I feel now that I’m almost done? - June 8, 2017