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Food For Life Diabetes Nutrition And Cooking Classes

Food For Life Diabetes Nutrition And Cooking Classes

Food for Life Diabetes Nutrition and Cooking Classes Food for Life Diabetes Nutrition and Cooking Classes The Food for Life Diabetes Nutrition and Cooking Class is a community-based, national program designed by health professionals to aid people with diabetes to learn about the power of food to improve their health and wellness. Upcoming classes >> Launched in 2009, the Food for Life Diabetes Nutrition and Cooking Class is designed to bring a new, research-based, easy-to-follow approach to help people with diabetes in two significant ways: Avoid preventable complications from the disease Designed by physicians, diabetes educators, registered dietitians, and professional chefs, the goals of this program are to empower people with diabetes with information on how food choices promote, prevent, and treat type 2 diabetes and practical cooking skills for healthy and delicious meal preparation. Instructors include registered dietitians, diabetes educators, nutritionists, chefs, health community workers, and trained peer leaders with an interest in diabetes and a passion for plant-based nutrition. Our instructors have completed an extensive training program offered through PCRM, and participate in ongoing, interactive educational sessions. People who have type 2 diabetes, or concerns about developing diabetes, and their friends and family members will all benefit from the class. Population studies and clinical research show the effectiveness of a low-fat, plant-based diet in: Lowering the risk of common chronic diseases, such as diabetes, heart disease, and various cancers A well-planned plant-based diet has many nutritional benefits and has been demonstrated to be as acceptable as the portion-controlled diet for diabetes management. A plant-based diet has also been endorsed Continue reading >>

Type 1 Cookery School

Type 1 Cookery School

Young adults take to the kitchen with Diabetes UK Cymru Below is a short film showing young adults aged 18-30 taking part in Diabetes UK Cymrus first cookery school. Participants were invited to spend the evening cooking a three course Italian meal under the guidance of an expert Italian chef. The evening included talks from a dietitian and a young person living with Type 1 diabetes and covered information and practical tips that could be followed when planning and preparing healthy meals. The evening was an opportunity for young people to come together and gain confidence cooking fresh, healthy meals. The evening was a huge success, with all attendees noting how much they gained from being a part of the cookery school. Many of these young people had little experience of cooking from scratch, and it was a new experience to be charged with whipping up a full three courses. From increased skills and confidence in the kitchen, to a greater depth of knowledge of carbohydrate counting and, ultimately, a realisation of the importance of self management and diabetes care. All that, plus a whole host of delicious Italian food to eat! In our fast-paced society, it's often easy to rely on convenience foods and pre-prepared meals, particularly if you're leaving home for the first time. It's a misconception that people with Type 1 diabetes have got a hugely-restricted diet. A healthy diet for someone without diabetes should be the same as a diet for someone with Type 1 diabetes. That was the message the evening aimed to convey - that the attendees could cook delicious, simple meals to help manage their diabetes, without feeling restricted or bored by their food. It's really nice meeting people and experiencing this - I didn't realise how many people feel the same way and experienc Continue reading >>

Cooking School In Las Cruces To Cater To Adults With Diabetes

Cooking School In Las Cruces To Cater To Adults With Diabetes

FacebookEmail Twitter Google+ LinkedIn Pinterest Cooking school in Las Cruces to cater to adults with diabetes The next school will be at 5:30 p.m. Thursday, April 19, at Mayfield High School, 1955 N. Valley Drive in Las Cruces. Cooking school in Las Cruces to cater to adults with diabetes The next school will be at 5:30 p.m. Thursday, April 19, at Mayfield High School, 1955 N. Valley Drive in Las Cruces. Check out this story on lcsun-news.com: A link has been sent to your friend's email address. A link has been posted to your Facebook feed. Cooking school in Las Cruces to cater to adults with diabetes Adriana M. Chavez, For the Sun-News Published 2:54 p.m. MT April 9, 2018 Nancy Lynn Lucero, left, and her sister Diane Madrid prepare quick and easy Spanish eggs during a recent Kitchen Creations cooking school for adults with diabetes. Their mother Jane Madrid, background, also attended the cooking school. LAS CRUCES - Adults with diabetes can learn how to make healthy meals at the Kitchen Creations cooking school, offered by the New Mexico State University Extension Service and sponsored by the New Mexico Department of Health Diabetes Prevention and Control Program. The next school will be at 5:30 p.m. Thursday, April 19, at Mayfield High School, 1955 N. Valley Drive in Las Cruces. The school consists of a series of four classes taught by Karim Martinez, Doa Ana County Family and Consumer Sciences Extension Agent, and registered dietician Janae Kraus. Participants will learn food safety, how to plan meals, read food labels, balance carbohydrates and other tips. They will also prepare and sample recipes. Participants benefit greatly from this program so I feel fortunate we can provide it in our county, Martinez said. More: Are you at risk for developing type 2 diabetes? Continue reading >>

Classes - San Antonio Food Bank

Classes - San Antonio Food Bank

Classes FANO Admin 2017-08-25T19:29:45+00:00 All of our classes are available free of charge to other non-profit organizations(minimum of 8 participants). The goal of the curriculum is to put children in contact with real foods by learning how to grow fruits and vegetables and cooking fun, friendly and delicious recipes. Children learn about the nutritional value of real foods, the origin of foods and diverse food cultures. Through hands-on basic cooking and gardening skills they gain the understanding of the positive impact of healthy foods on health. The Food IQ Garden Cooks curriculum consists of series of ten lessons, alternating healthy cooking and gardening and the hands-on construction and maintenance of a school garden. The comprehensive curriculum is taught by food, nutrition and gardening professionals. Contact us to bring this initiative to your school. VIVA BIEN! LIVE WELL WITH DIABETES FOR ADULTS This free, bilingual diabetes lifestyle education initiative is a series of 9 weekly sessions with hands-on culinary demonstrations and a variety of nutrition, healthy cooking, exercise and gardening topics to better manage or prevent diabetes. The series is taught by registered dietitians and other highly qualified food, nutrition, physical activity and gardening professionals. Register to start today and bring your spouse, a friend or other family members along! Diabetes Class Schedule 2017 3rd Offering RAISING A HEALTHY EATER FOR PARENTS OF YOUNGER CHILDREN Have a picky eater? Want to be a role model for healthy eating? Raising a Healthy Eater is an initiative to teach parents of younger children how to foster a healthy lifestyle for their children and family. The presentations focus on nutrition during crucial stages of the life cycle from pregnancy, through b Continue reading >>

Cooking Classes Caregivers Kitchen

Cooking Classes Caregivers Kitchen

Classes follow a curriculum tailored specifically for home care clients using current evidence based research and peer-reviewed by experts in the fields of nutrition science, food safety, culinary arts and adult education. Final tests ensure that learning objectives have been met. In this introductory class, caregivers learn fundamental knowledge of personal hygiene, food safety and sanitation, nutrition, meal planning and grocery shopping through online learning. Instructors facilitate discussions, demonstrations and hands-on practice of basic cooking techniques. Caregivers prepare beverages, breakfast foods, fruits, vegetables, grains and other side dishes, casseroles, meat and protein foods. Classes practice seasoning, plating and serving and share meals as a group. A Certificate in Nutrition and Culinary Management of Diabetes recognizes a caregivers competency in caring for a diabetic client's nutritional needs. Caregivers become proficient in recognizing carbohydrate sources in the diet, identifying Carb Choices from food labels and planning diabetic meals. They prepare a diabetic friendly meal with the class . This class focuses on four major considerations when preparing meals for individuals with Alzheimer's disease and related dementia. Caregivers learn to provide safe and nutritionally adequate meals while making provisions for the client to eat independently. In class, a meal is prepared with special emphasis on creating foods that appeal in flavor, aroma and appearance. Upon sucessful completion, caregivers earn a Certificate in Nutrition and Mealtime Management of Alzheimer's. In this class, caregivers learn how food choices can impact blood pressure and heart disease. Key nutrients are identified as well as sample meal plans that can be used to manage ca Continue reading >>

Dining With Diabetes Cooking And Nutrition Classes Open For Enrollment

Dining With Diabetes Cooking And Nutrition Classes Open For Enrollment

Dining with Diabetes cooking and nutrition classes open for enrollment Dining with Diabetes returns in November with four weekly classes in the Kendall Anderson Nutrition Center that combine nutrition information and social support with meal planning and hands-on cooking. Dinner is included each week in addition to a program manual and pedometer. I was surprised at all the foods I was allowed to eat and still control my blood sugar, one past participant commented. Making the food myself taught me a lot about how to use ingredients and how to portion out my meals, another said. Other comments from participants included: I lost weight and was able to stop taking my diabetes medicine! The information was really practical, and I was able to go home and actually do it. This program is especially helpful for anyone with pre-diabetes or type 2 diabetes. Youll explore realistic changes you can make to your diet and physical activity habits to feel better and control diabetes without it controlling you. -Four weekly classes with a registered dietitian -Diabetes and nutrition education plus hands-on cooking classes -Menu planning, portion control and label reading -Recipes and ideas for meals, desserts and snacks -Handouts on fats, sugars, sweeteners, grains and proteins -Guidelines for being active with diabetes The class meets on Tuesdays from 5:30-7:30 p.m., Nov. 3, 10, 17, and Dec. 1 in Room 114 of the Gifford Building, located at 502 W. Lake St. The location offers convenient parking andbuilding access. -$100 for complete series for community members -$60 for complete series for CSU students and employees Sign up online or call (970) 491-8615 soon to reserve your spot. Sponsored by the Department of Food Science and Human Nutrition in the College ofHealth and Human Sciences Continue reading >>

Kitchen Creations Cooking School Teaches Diabetics Healthy Alternatives

Kitchen Creations Cooking School Teaches Diabetics Healthy Alternatives

FacebookEmail Twitter Google+ LinkedIn Pinterest Kitchen Creations cooking school teaches diabetics healthy alternatives ALAMOGORDO Alamogordo residents who have been diagnosed with diabetes can learn how to prepare healthy and delicious meals by participating in the Kitchen Creations cooking school. Kitchen Creations cooking school teaches diabetics healthy alternatives ALAMOGORDO Alamogordo residents who have been diagnosed with diabetes can learn how to prepare healthy and delicious meals by participating in the Kitchen Creations cooking school. Check out this story on AlamogordoNews.com: A link has been sent to your friend's email address. A link has been posted to your Facebook feed. Kitchen Creations cooking school teaches diabetics healthy alternatives Daily News Report Published 6:02 p.m. MT June 14, 2016 | Updated 6:04 p.m. MT June 14, 2016 ALAMOGORDO Alamogordo residents who have been diagnosed with diabetes can learn how to prepare healthy and delicious meals by participating in the Kitchen Creations cooking school. The cooking school is sponsored by the New Mexico Department of Health and offered by the New Mexico State University Cooperative Extension Service. The next Kitchen Creations session will be offered at 5:30 p.m. on July 18 at the Otero County Extension Office, 401 Fairgrounds Road. The cooking school is free through funding from the New Mexico Department of Health Diabetes Prevention and Control Program and Gerald Champion Regional Medical Center. Each Kitchen Creations session consists of four classes taught by Registered Dietitian Lee Ann Loney and Otero County Extension Family and Consumer Science Agent Kelly Knight. Participants will learn food safety, how to plan meals, measure appropriate serving sizes, read food labels, balance carbohydra Continue reading >>

Meet The Diabetic Chef

Meet The Diabetic Chef

As a professionally trained chef, great-tasting and attractive meals are paramount to Chris. As a person with diabetes, he focuses on nutrition. And for Chef Chris and his family, summer means backyard grilling is a way of life. To illustrate all three points, his menu for summer is based on grilled kabobs. "To me, kabobs are a great food for people with diabetes to eat. They offer lots of options, and the skewer helps you control portion size. They're a low-fat source of protein and are low in carbohydrates. Kabobs can also have lots of vitamins, if you use lots of fruits and veggies like we do," Chris says. "But to my sons, kabobs are fun to make and eat. They love to choose what goes on their skewers. And they like to eat them with their fingers." Page 2 Chris uses treasures from his garden to round out his grilled meals -- fresh spinach salad, grilled zucchini, and lots of fresh herbs. "Herbs are great way to add flavor to foods, and people with diabetes don't have to miss out on flavor. It's important to create and eat foods that taste great!" "I was 27 when I found out I was a type 1 diabetic," he says of his 1993 diagnosis. "I was in culinary school and had been training at Le Cirque, one of the best restaurants in New York. I was surrounded by chefs who were cooking fabulous French food with classic French technique and lots of butter, cream, and eggs. I was living a dream that I'd had since childhood." Chris grew up in a family that loved cooking. But he began to realize he wasn't enjoying it anymore -- he was feeling tired, losing weight, having stomach cramps, and was thirsty all the time. When he was finally diagnosed, he was relieved it was something he could control but concerned about the kind of changes he would have to make. "I'd just finished culinary Continue reading >>

Sweet Life: Hoag Hospital's Free Diabetes Cooking Class Series | She's Cookin' | Food And Travel

Sweet Life: Hoag Hospital's Free Diabetes Cooking Class Series | She's Cookin' | Food And Travel

If you are living with Type 1 or Type 2 Diabetes, have been diagnosed as prediabetes, or want to learn how to eat healthier, Hoag Hospital has free resources for you that can help with information about staying healthy with diabetes, including tips on diabetes management and delicious, health-conscious recipes. In May, I attended the free cooking demonstration at Hoag Hospitals Diabetes Center . This particular class focused on Fast, Easy & Delicious dishes that anyone with basic cooking skills can make. Hoag Executive Chef Davis Cruz shares kitchen safety tips and demonstrates 4-5 recipes during the class, which attendees are able to sample for dinner. Participants in the class leave with new knowledge on eating healthier and that nights recipes with complete instructions and nutritional analysis. Chef Cruz delivers an interesting and informative class in a friendly and approachable manner. He has also lived with diabetes for much of his adult life and engages guests with bits of relatable humor. That evening he cooked Salmon & Summer Vegetable Packets, Smoky Mushrooms, Crunchy Jicama, Radish and Melon Salad, and Chocolate-Dipped Strawberries (recipe below). Diabetic-Friendly Chocolate-Dipped Strawberries *Going by weight, the amount of butter is half the amount of chocolate. Serving size:2 berries Calories:60 Fat:3.5 g Saturated fat:1.9 g Carbohydrates:8 g Sugar:6 g Sodium:10 mg Fiber:1 g Check out the schedule for 2016 Sweet Life classes below. With the official start of summer next week, the upcoming June 21st class focuses onSummer Picnic Pleasures. The Mary & Dick Allen Diabetes Center in Newport Beach offers incredible resources at the center and online, including education, support, and events such as their monthly Sweet Life Cooking Demonstrations with Chef Cr Continue reading >>

Nmsu: Extension Family & Consumer Sciences | Kitchen Creations

Nmsu: Extension Family & Consumer Sciences | Kitchen Creations

What is Kitchen Creations? A series of four classes on nutrition and cooking for adults with diabetes. What would I learn? How to plan and prepare meals that manage carbs and promote heart health. Details on each session are listed further down the page under "Curriculum." What would I need to bring? Yourself! We provide a workbook, diabetes cookbooks, and other resources to help you succeed in the classes and at home. How much does it cost? It is free to participants through funding from the New Mexico Department of Health, Public Health Division, Diabetes Prevention and Control Program and the New Mexico State University Cooperative Extension Service. Many organizations throughout New Mexico also sponsor Kitchen Creations cooking schools in their communities. Is it offered in English only? Kitchen Creations is offered in English and Spanish. We can also offer the program featuring Soul Food upon request. How do I sign up? Please call your County Extension Office (use the link under "Questions" at the bottom of this page) or the DOH referral system at (505) 850-0176, (575) 703-2343, or toll free at (888) 900-2629. In addition to signing up for Kitchen Creations, they can help you register for these other programs offered free of charge through funding from the Department of Health: National Diabetes Prevention Program (NDPP): 16 weekly classes, followed by monthly meetings for the rest of the year. For adults with prediabetes. Chronic Disease Self-Management Program (MyCD / CDSMP): 6 weekly classes. For adults with a chronic disease. Diabetes Self-Management Program (MyCD / DSMP): 6 weekly classes. For adults with type 2 diabetes. Cancer: Thriving and Surviving Program (MyCD / CTS): 6 weekly classes. For adults with cancer. If you have a request for an additional Kitc Continue reading >>

Diabetic Recipes | Allen Diabetes Center

Diabetic Recipes | Allen Diabetes Center

Healthy recipes that are diabetes friendly do not need to be tasteless,nor should they be difficult to find. When implimenting a diabetes treatmentplan it is critical to maintain a healthy diet by making healthy foodchoices, understanding food labels, calculating calorie needs and beingmindful of carbohydrate protein and fat intake. The Mary & Dick Allen Diabetes Center offers free cooking classes focusinghealthy cooking and nutrition management for those with diabetes and interestedin diabetes. From Farm to Table - Cooking Demonstration Learn the benefits of using local sourced foods can have on your healthand see how to prepare colorful and tasty dishes made with fresh fruitsand vegetables. The recipes below are designed by nutritionists and tailored to the dietaryneeds of individuals with diabetes. Not only are these recipes diabetesfriendly, they are delicious. Our recipes include a selection of appetizers,beverages, desserts,entrees, and side dishes. You will also find delightfuland healthy dishes for every season of the year. All of our recipes areoffered as PDF files and are yours to keep. Just simply save a recipeof your choice to your computer or print them out. Continue reading >>

Robyn Webb | Cooking Classes | Culinary Classes | Nutritional Cooking Classes

Robyn Webb | Cooking Classes | Culinary Classes | Nutritional Cooking Classes

Hi, Im Robyn Webb and welcome to my website. As an award winning cookbook author, nutritionist, culinary instructor and Food Editor of Diabetes Forecast Magazine Ive been serving the Greater Washington DC metropolitan area since 1991. I offer customized, private in home educational and fun cooking classes for you, couples, teams, or your friends and family! Let me be your food coach and well work together to discover your personal nutritional needs from safe and effective weight loss, to managing your diabetes, to getting a head start in eating well for the rest of your life. I also offer Gift Certificates for a wide variety of cooking classes for every taste and health concern. Choose one (or two!) of my many award winning cookbooks (fabulous gift ideas) that are filled with easy, mouthwatering, healthy recipes. In the monthly pages of the Diabetes ForecastMagazine another award winner my food columns are so irresistible youll be delighted with so many wonderful ideas for all of your meals. Youll also see the many companies and organizations I have had the honor to work with, as well as coverage in the media I have been privileged to receive. Its my hope that as you peruse this site, youll have the tools to live healthy and deliciously. Feel free to contact me by phone, email or through any of my social media channels and I am delighted to share in conversation with you anytime! Culinary travel for registered dietitians and culinary professionals. This trip is targeted to todays leading influencers in food, health and wellness. This group represents a cross section of registered dietitian nutritionists who specialize in journalism, education, media relations and community activism. Through many different streams of communication, their authoritative voices are sought Continue reading >>

5 Low Carb Virtual Diabetic Cooking Classes

5 Low Carb Virtual Diabetic Cooking Classes

Over the past few weeks we've been sharing a few low carb virtual cooking classes. Today there are a couple more delicious items to add to your menu and a special announcement. The Announcement: Our Easy Cooking Masterclass is now available! The virtual cooking classes below are just a small example of what you will find inside the Masterclass. We've got over 70 virtual cooking classes you can access from the comfort of your own home. Each class includes the recipe with options, time saving tips, waste avoidance strategies and cooking tips. If you're a hopeless cook or you just need loads of new meal ideas, the Easy Cooking Masterclass is for you! CLICK HERE to see what's inside the Easy Cooking Masterclass 5 Low Carb Virtual Diabetic Cooking Classes Enjoy some of these tasty dishes AND learn how easy they are to cook too. That's what we try to do here keep healthy eating simple, make dishes that are easy, so that you can enjoy your food and get the benefits of better blood sugar control too. 1. 15 Minute Beef Goulash with Cauliflower Rice Continue reading >>

The 10 Best Healthy Cooking Classes Near Me (with Free Estimates)

The 10 Best Healthy Cooking Classes Near Me (with Free Estimates)

I flew into town to plan my father's memorial. Mom wanted food delivered, set up, and kept tidy. We ordered from Wegman's and hired Chef Celestine. From the first contact with Sweet Bazil, staff were thorough professionals, confirming details and keeping phone appointments. Chef Celestine talked me through everything I should consider and I opted for her coffee tea station and sterno warmers, along with three extra hours of her day. At first I wondered what she would be doing the whole time, but was so glad I had Chef's helping hands. She washed and replenished, and repacked food, so that at the end, there was literally nothing for me to do! If I lived here, I would definitely find an event for her to actually cook for. But for our family gathering of 40, this Helping Hand service really lightened my load. I must say Chefgreenlife is one of the main reason why I care about my health. Not only have I learned to love healthy food which is funny because I used to complain about finding healthy food that actually taste good and Chef would always laugh & prove me wrong - I've also learned to respect and value the the person cooking my food so now If you have bad vibes I won't even eat your food all things I've learned through Chefgreenlife ! Not to mention Queens extensive knowledge on life and other areas that aid in a healthy and wealthy mind state - Cheers to health wealth good food and chefgreenlife Kristin has been providing meals for my family for the past 3 years. Typically, I will order twice a week and it has made my life so much easier to come home from work and have a hot meal already prepared. Her menu changes weekly and the variety is impressive. If I need her to use brown rice instead of white, or if I would like extra spinach, it is never an issue. Her meals Continue reading >>

Cooking Classes Aim To Help Diabetics

Cooking Classes Aim To Help Diabetics

CSU nutritionists say classes can help people manage diabetes and eat well A chef in a past nutrition class at Colorado State University's Kendall Anderson Nutrition Center demonstrates a healthy recipe. A "Dining with Diabetes Program" begins April 17 at the school. (Special to the Reporter-Herald) The diagnosis is grim: The doc says you have Type 2 or even full-blown diabetes. It comes with dire warnings, perhaps new medications and, for sure, some suggestions for completely changing your lifestyle and eating habits. You know you're going to have to move a little more, eat a little less and cut out all those comfort foods you truly love. But, does the diagnosis mean a life sentence in food prison? No, says Melissa Wdowik, registered dietitian and director of the Kendall Anderson Nutrition Center at Colorado State University in Fort Collins. "Our first piece of advice to people newly diagnosed with diabetes is not to panic," she says. "People automatically think there's a very specific diet they have to follow. Actually, we concentrate more on learning about foods that are healthy, the right portion size and variety. There's no calorie count involved." Beginning April 17 at the Center, Wdowik and fellow dieticians will offer a new "Dining with Diabetes Program." Designed to take the sting out of dealing with diabetes, the program provides information about foods that are not only nutritious and tasty, but easily prepared thanks to instruction in a hands-on cooking class. The four weekly "Dining with Diabetes" classes address topics such as diabetes management, reduction of complications, nutrition education, menu planning, portion control and a student-prepared dinner. "It's a very realistic approach," Wdowik says. "During the four weeks we present detailed meals with Continue reading >>

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