...think healthier

From The Cooper Institute and Cancer Prevention and Research Institute of Texas

The time for action is now. It's never too late to do something. - Carl Sandburg
  • Motivation

    Today I Will is meant to inspire people to eat better and move more so you can live the life you want. Meet some of the real people that have already made the change. You can do it too.
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  • Eat better

    Get all the information you need to put a few healthier items on your plate. Visit the blog
    Eatbetter

  • Move more

    Light, moderate or intense, find the one that’s right for you.Check our exercises.
    Movemore

  • Meet the people who made the change

    The tools and activities provided on Today I Will have helped many people change their lives. We hope you will become one of them. Below are a few real stories from people who have made the change. If you would like to share your story, please drop us a line and let us know how Today I Will has made an impact on your life or the life of a friend.

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Sarah_TodayIWill
Written by January 18, 2012

Today I Will


At age 36 Sarah found herself sitting at her desk at home stunned and confused at what her doctor had just told her over the phone—Invasive Ductal Carcinoma. Not knowing what it meant, she listened and took notes intently as her doctor described the probable long road ahead.



Barb_TodayIWill
Written by January 11, 2012

Today I Will


Barb is just one of those people who keeps on going—no matter what comes her way. Her weight loss journey started in the early 2000s. After years of weight gain and medications for diabetes and high blood pressure she and her husband decided to take health back into their own hands.



Rick_TodayIWill
Written by December 28, 2011

Today I Will


At age 19 Rick left his hometown of Michigan for a job opportunity in Dallas. Little did he know that this move would lead to an over 300 lb weight gain over the next 20 years.



Robin_TodayIWill
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Today I Will


In 2006 Robin decided she was fed up with being overweight. After her fourth child she realized that her step aerobics class was not going to be enough to bring down her weight. She needed to do more and she needed to be held accountable.



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