Get your health in the game with Slam Dunk for Health

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The madness has started — food madness that is! Healthy Blue Xtras and Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan are giving you a chance to test your food knowledge this March. From now through April 5, your favorite foods will compete for the title of Health Champion in the Slam Dunk for Health culinary bracket.
Throughout the madness of competitive basketball games, Healthy Blue Xtras will share fitness routines from the team, healthy party dish recipes and Healthy Blue Xtras deals from Michigan retail partners to help you make the end of this season memorable.
How to Play
Make a guess every weekday until April 5 for the food selection you think is healthier, and you may just win a gift card to a local Michigan retailer! To enter, visit the Slam Dunk for Health tab on the BCBSM Facebook page. Simply click to vote and you’ve entered to win! After each round, a winner will be announced on You can follow the progress of each match by following HealthierMI on Twitter and using #HBXHoops, or Liking Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan on Facebook.
Daily Savings
Healthy Blue Xtras is an exclusive program from the Michigan Blues to save on healthy purchases at retail partners across the state. Deals on everything from hotel stays to groceries and fitness memberships are available 365 days a year at
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