Recipe for Healthier Living with Food & Fitness:
Information & Registration
February 5 - March 19, 2013
Recipe for Healthier Living with Food and Fitness is a health and wellness program that is interactive, convenient, flexible, fresh, has lots of variety, is professional, and can be a little or a lot depending on what you want. It consists of a seven-week series of interactive sessions that focus on helping you:
- Know your numbers
- Develop goals to improve or maintain health
- Balance calories to manage weight
- Know which foods to increase and which to reduce
- Increase your physical activity level
In-service hours available for childcare providers: Receive up to 7 hours (1 in-service hour per webinar).
- On-line registration: Click here. (Credit card needed.)
- Or register by mail. Click here to download a printable brochure with registration form.
- Registration fee: $15 (includes wellness kit, postage and class fees)
- Registration deadline: Jan. 28, 2013 ($5.00 late fee after that date)
- Live sessions will be webcast Tuesdays from noon – 1 pm (Central Time). Choose how you want to participate:
- At your own computer. You will need an internet connection and web browser. Live sessions will be webcast via Adobe Connect platform.
- Gather with others at a common site of your choosing with internet access
- At the designated Extension on site locations listed below, along with a local group
- Or participate when it works for you, with others or by yourself, by accessing the archived sessions via the eXtension moodle campus. You'll receive instructions after you register.
- Goal setting and tools for tracking
- Healthier beverages and snacks
- Fitting in fiber
- The real scoop on sugar
- Be sodium savvy
- Facts about fat
- Meal planning
- Physical activity
- “Substituting ingredients when cooking and looking at all labels. Re-evaluating the ingredients to see if there is a better option.”
- “I am energized to continue my healthy life and looking forward to spicing it up with some herbs, fun exercising, and rewards!”
- “I watch what types of foods I put in my body as well as my day care children. Make the majority of our foods from scratch so I know what I am putting into it.”
- “Already have changed to healthy foods and serving sizes. Losing more weight and looking forward to losing more. Also appreciated the exercises in class. I feel better than I ever have in my life. Thank you for teaching me more helpful information and reminding me to stay on course to good health.”
- Madison County Extension Office, Norfolk. Contact: Lee Sherry, 402-370-4040; email@example.com
- Cuming County Courthouse, West Point. Contact: Debra Schroeder, 402-372-6006; firstname.lastname@example.org
- Dixon County, Concord. Contact: Sandy Preston, 402-584-2234; email@example.com
- Pierce County, Pierce. Contact: Ann Fenton, 402-329-4821; firstname.lastname@example.org
- Cuming County, Wisner. Contact: Kathy Becker at Elkhorn Logan Valley Public Health Department, 2104 21st Circle, 402-529-2233; Kathy@elvphd.org
- York County Extension Office, York. Contact: Eileen Krumbach, 402-362-5508; email@example.com.
- Kimmel Education and Research Center, Nebraska City. Contact: Deb Heidzig, 402-873-3166; firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Fillmore County Extension Office, Geneva. Contact: Brandy VanDeWalle, 402-759-3712; email@example.com
- Nemaha County Hospital, Auburn. Contact Kim Hahn, 402-274-4366; firstname.lastname@example.org .
- Hall County Extension Office, Grand Island. Contact: Cami Wells, 308-385-5088; email@example.com.
- ARCHIVED: Box Butte Extension Office, Alliance. Contact: Jeanne Murray, 308-762-5616; JMURRAY1@unl.edu
- ARCHIVED: Scotts Bluff County, Scottsbluff. Regional West Health Services. Contact: Omar Ramirez, 308-630-2519, firstname.lastname@example.org
- ARCHIVED: Central Sandhills. Mullen. Contact: Sue Pearman, 308-645-2267; email@example.com
- ARCHIVED: Dawes County, Chadron. Thursdays 5:30-6:30 p.m.(MT) at UNL Extension Meeting Room, 250 Main St. February 7 - March21. Contact: Jamie Goffena, 308-432-3373; firstname.lastname@example.org
Out of State:
- ARCHIVED: Mt. Vernon, IN. Purdue Extension, Posey County. Contact: Jane Jett, 812-838-1331; email@example.com
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