DINing with diabetes 2021 classes
wHAT IS DINING WITH DIABETES?
Dining with Diabetes is a cooking school and nutrition education program designed for people with diabetes and their family members or caregivers.
In a series of four classes, cooking demonstrations will help you learn healthy techniques to use in your own kitchen. The program includes sampling healthy foods and discussion with a dietitian or certified diabetes educator, plus a follow-up reunion class held at a later date.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
Anyone with concerns about diabetes or anyone interested in controlling blood sugar is encouraged to participate and to bring a family member, friend, caregiver, or other support person.
Next classes will be August 19, August 26, September 2, and September 9, 2021. The first and fourth classes will be held at Coshocton Regional Medical Center. The second and thrid classes will be at Rosoce United Methodist Church with hands-on meal preparation. Please contact Emily Marrison at email@example.com for more information.
Cindy Hillbish, registered dietician, teaches a lesson during a Dining with Diabetes class in April 2019.
Phyiscal activity is an important component of a healthy lifestyle.
Each evening during Dining with Diabetes, participants eat a small meal and learn about recipes, reading labels, and cooking tips.
DINING WITH DIABETES: COOKING DEMONSTRATIONS
Join Ohio State University Extension educator Emily Marrison virtually from her home kitchen. Learn a new diabetes friendly recipe and get some helpful tips for managing diabetes well.
Recordings below include:
Dining with Diabetes “Zucchini, Carrots, and Basil”
Dining with Diabetes “Berry Pineapple Fluff”
Dining with Diabetes “Sweet and Spicy Stir-Fry”
Dining with Diabetes “Peach and Berry Crisp”
Zucchini, Carrots, and Basil
Berry Pineapple Fluff
Sweet and Spicy Stir-Fry
Peach and Berry Crisp
As we wait for the ability to teach in-person classes, please check out this free, self-paced, online course: Dining with Diabetes Beyond the Kitchen
Other diabetes resources: