Kristi Yamaguchi and Minnesota-based Alpine Lace® Deli Cheese announced their new partnership.
Yamaguchi became a household name in 1992 when she took the gold at the Albertville Olympics. She was named to the U.S. Figure Skating Hall of Fame in 1998, the World Figure Skating Hall of Fame in 1999 and was inducted into the USOC Olympic Hall of Fame in 2005. Yamaguchi also founded the Always Dream Foundation, wrote two New York Times bestselling children’s books: Dream Big, Little Pig! and It’s a Big World, Little Pig! and created a line of active wear called Tsu.ya.
At the same time, Yamaguchi has figured out how to enjoy a balanced, happy, active life, making the most of time spent with her husband, Bret, and daughters, Keara and Emma. She says she has ditched dull diets and tedious workouts to focus instead on wellness.
“I know that wellness is more than just the numbers on a package,” Yamaguchi said. “Sure, I read nutrition labels and I love that Alpine Lace® Swiss Cheese has 25 percent less fat, but it’s just as important for me to choose foods that taste great and fit my lifestyle.”
Alpine Lace® Swiss Cheese is made with wholesome ingredients, like reduced-fat milk. It is also a good source of protein, which helps maintain lean muscle, and a good source of calcium, which helps build strong bones.
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