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Capital Region SNAP-Ed


CCE Albany SNAP-Ed presents:
Eat Healthy, Be Active Community Classes (via Zoom)

Enjoy Food that Tastes Great
Learn to eat healthy your way. This interactive workshop allows you to learn the basics of what it means to eat a healthy diet, while customizing it to your preferences. Small changes make a big difference! You can enjoy the foods you already eat with a few simple, healthy twists!

Eating Healthy on a Budget
Whenever we ask, “What is one of the biggest barriers to eating healthy?” our participants almost always say that it’s too expensive or they don’t have the time. Join our nutrition educator in this interactive workshop to learn why time and money are not a barrier to a healthy diet. You’ll learn tips & tricks to saving money at the grocery store and saving time in the kitchen while making every bite count!

Tips for Losing Weight & Keeping it Off
Reaching and maintaining a healthy weight reduces the risk of chronic disease and has a wealth of mental health benefits, too. In this interactive workshop we won’t be discussing the latest diet trends or any lose weight quick schemes. Or goal is to empower you to make simple changes to the food you already enjoy and make the lifestyle choices needed to help you live your best life!

For more information and registration: Event Flyer

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Capital Region SNAP Nutrition Education program provides free evidence based nutrition education and obesity prevention programming, including environmental supports to limited resource communities by working with community partners to promote healthy behaviors across all stages of life.

The capital region SNAP Nutrition Education program strives to help people become their healthiest self in a healthy community. We believe it is important for all to have access to healthy food choices and the opportunity to be physically active. We believe with increased knowledge, skills and resources people will be able to make healthy changes for themselves and the community.



Contact

Kathleen McAllister
Capital Region SNAP-Ed Program Leader
ksm17@cornell.edu
(518) 765-3522

Last updated April 1, 2021