Updated: Sep 12
FIT & NU®, the online health and wellness club dedicated to women of color, is excited to announce its recent feature on CBS Colorado's Elevating Black Voices segment in celebration of Juneteenth. The piece, hosted by journalist Kennedy Cook, highlights FIT & NU's commitment to empowering women of color to become the boss of their bodies.
During the interview, FIT & NU co-founder Joslyn Reese showcased the club's offerings and discussed why it specifically caters to women of color. The feature captures FIT & NU's mission to help women of color overcome limiting beliefs and unhealthy habits to reduce their risk for preventable chronic diseases.
Juneteenth holds historical significance as commemorating the emancipation of enslaved African Americans. Being featured on CBS Colorado's Elevating Black Voices segment during this significant occasion allows FIT & NU to honor this milestone while spreading awareness of their positive impact within the community.
To watch the captivating video feature and learn more about FIT & NU's mission, please visit: https://www.cbsnews.com/colorado/news/fitness-nutrition-health-heart-disease-diabetes-women-color/
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About FIT & NU®: FIT & NU is a dedicated online health and wellness club that focuses on helping women of color overcome limiting beliefs and unhealthy habits unique to our community and escape the cycle of dieting. Our culturally-responsive FITness, NUtrition, and disease prevention programs, challenges, and resources are designed to create lifelong sustainable change. To learn more, visit fitandnu.com.