UM Shore Regional Health to Offer Healthy for Life Courses Beginning February 1
Need encouragement to help you keep your healthy New Year's resolutions? Join Jeanette Jeffrey, MS, MPH, MCHES, Health Educator for University of Maryland Shore Medical Center at Chestertown, for Healthy for Life®, an online evidence-based community nutrition and well-being program designed to empower you to make healthy food, nutrition and lifestyle choices. Attend one or all 10 sessions.
Classes take place virtually via WebEx from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. every Tuesday, from Feb. 1 through April 5. Access to course links will be sent following registration.
Course topics change each week and include classes around simple exercises you can do at home, how healthy food can help you reach your goals and improve overall health, how to prepare seasonally fresh foods and incorporate more fruits and vegetables into your diet, how food can affect your blood pressure, cholesterol and blood sugar, as well as courses in discovering good-for-you ingredient substitutions that preserve the deliciousness of your favorite recipes.
You will also learn how to be a smarter grocery shopper, making budget friendly and healthy food choices for your family, and then planning meals around those choices.
To register, visit https://bit.ly/UMMS_Healthy4Life.