Are you interested in incorporating healthy eating into your life, but don’t know where to start?
In this class, you’ll learn about effective healthy eating strategies for general health and for a variety of health conditions – from diabetes to weight management to high cholesterol. You will finish the class by setting a lifestyle goal that is relevant to you.
Do you live alone and struggle to cook for yourself?
Maybe the motivation just isn’t there or you wonder what to do with all those leftovers! This class explores how to make cooking and eating alone more enjoyable and practical, and connects you with resources to help make the task easier.
Research has shown that following a Mediterranean eating plan reduces the risk of chronic diseases including heart disease, Type 2 Diabetes, high blood pressure, some cancers, mental health concerns and obesity.
Have You Ever Tried Planning a Week’s Worth of Food?
Does it seem like this would take too much time? After doing this, meal planning in advance should help you save time in your busy week. Come learn the skills to break menu planning down into simple steps
A how-to guide for changing your relationship with food.
We’ll explore the situations, thoughts and emotions that affect food choices and, using a cognitive-behavioural approach, you’ll learn how to deal with your specific eating struggles by changing your thoughts and behaviors.
Are you curious what all the fuss about eating more beans is?
Would you like to add another simple recipe to your cooking repertoire? Come learn about the benefits of eating beans and watch as a dietitian prepares a healthy recipe for you to taste. Take home a primer on cooking with beans, peas and lentils.
Are There Benefits of Getting Enough Fibre and Protein in Your Diet?
If you are trying to manage your appetite and your weight, there is evidence this can help! This dietitian led class will help you evaluate your diet and find practical ways to make sure you are “hitting the mark” for both protein and fibre.