“The Biggest Loser” to feature American Heart Association Teaching Garden
Becky Comet, a former contestant on “The Biggest Loser,” and Kelly Meyer, co-founder of the American Heart Association’s Teaching Gardens, will appear on the television show Tuesday night to share how healthier options are being offered to children at an Arkansas school.
On the show, Comet explains how she planted an American Heart Association Teaching Garden at Benton Middle School, where she taught math before retiring. Now a personal trainer and life coach, Comet challenges Americans to eat more fruits and vegetables.
The episode will air on NBC at 7 p.m. CDT. For more information, visit The Biggest Loser.
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