Today in America with Terry Bradshaw Announces Family Wellness Series

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Family wellness is as simple as replacing tater tots with crunchy carrots and riding bikes together instead of watching TV together. Today in America with Terry Bradshaw announces a new series about family wellness that will make everyone smile.

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America is getting heavier and the rise of those with chronic diseases is climbing every day. America’s families need to start being more proactive about working to lessen these troublesome issues and it is as easy as adding more fruits and vegetables to meals and exercising more. While some would rather relax on the sofa, after a meal, walking is considered to improve digestion. Today in America TV’s new series Family Wellness will educate viewers on the ways families are getting healthier, living more fulfilling lives and spending time getting more physically fit together. A healthy family is a happy family.

Terry Bradshaw, the show’s host, is not one to be idle. He played pro football for 14 years before he retired and earned many honors and awards at the time. Bradshaw retired from the game in 1983 and spent the last 30 years working in television. He is an active person who plays golf and other sports and is the new spokesperson for Nutrisystem. Bradshaw feels kids today do not get enough exercise and started an online video contest for youth sport teams called “Touchdown with Terry”. The contest is sponsored by Today in America Terry Bradshaw. The winning entry will receive $10,000. Bradshaw feels that teamwork is a good way for kids to become more active and learn the valuable social skills needed in life.

The cable television program is filmed around the world and edited by a team of experienced film editors in South Florida. It reviews a great range of topics that are of particular interest to the educated professional. The award winning show is distributed on well know cable television networks such as CNN Headline News, ION, and Fox Business News. Interested viewers can watch a sample of the show on the Today in America TV's YouTube channel.

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