100 Days of Health

Resources to maintain good health

Join the 100 Health Fitness Challenge!

Introduction

The 100 Black Men of America, Inc. is pleased to introduce 100 Days of Health (100DOH), an initiative developed by our Health and Wellness Committee to address health conditions that impact the African American community. 100DOH has been designed to provide our members, their networks and with the public at large the vital resources needed to maintain good health, fitness and nutrition.

What is the 100 Days of Health Initiative?

100 partners, along with a host of national organizations and agencies, will provide up-to-date information on a wide range of health conditions. The initiative will deliver a repository of health information, reminders to get periodic dental and medical check-ups, a platform for a member and chapter fitness challenge, and much more. 

Health & Wellness Calendar

The 100 Health & Wellness Calendar is not a static platform; it is an interactive tool that will be periodically updated by the 100 Health and Wellness Committee. Your comments and suggestions are welcomed. You are invited to participate in all of the health initiatives during the 100DOH and throughout 2019.

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100 Member Fitness Challenge

100 Members will compete to improve their overall wellness and that of their chapter. The 100 Days of Health officially launched on December 31, 2018, and all members of the organization are encouraged to visit the 100 DOH webpage for information and tips for adopting a healthier lifestyle.  Members have until January 31, 2019 to officially register for the 100 Fitness Challenge.  The overall winner and a chapter will be announced at the 100 Black Men of America, Inc.’s 33rd Annual Conference in Las Vegas, NV. Members are  encouraged to make these small but impactful changes in 2019:

Increase and track the amount of steps taken daily. 

Drink more water.

Eliminate processed foods and replace with plant-based diet options.

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Physician Locator

Use the Physician Locator to identify African American doctors located near you.

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