Resolutions: Alex Suder says keep it simple

Alex Sluder

What do you see as the top health challenge facing WNC?

Keeping healthy and not catching the flu or other viruses.

What’s the best thing you’ve done for your own health lately?

Staying hydrated, working out and dancing.

Is there something new you plan to do to boost your health in 2019?

Eating more healthy foods and making good food choices.

What piece of advice would you give others to help them have a happier, healthier new year?

Make time for music and dancing, watch what you eat and get a good night’s sleep or rest.

Alex Suder competes in snowboarding, cheerleading and bocce with the Buncombe County Special Olympics. He works in the kitchen at AdventHealth and is an assistant baseball coach at North Henderson High School, his alma mater.


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