This cooking class is composed of demonstrations intended for diabetes patients, families, friends, visitors and staff.
During this cooking class, attendees will watch a demonstration where foods will be prepared with natural ingredients that are within the American Diabetes Association’s recommended carbohydrate allowance. These recipes substitute ingredients. For example, yogurt is used instead of butter and oil and stevia-based sweeteners are substituted for sugar. We provide many more tips you can take home to help you start eating better for your health.
Diabetes Education, along with Nutrition Services, will continue to offer our popular diabetes cooking class. This class is being provided by grant through the Service Board.
- Occurs every 1st and 3rd Monday of the month in the Ross Auditorium from 12 p.m. - 1 p.m.
- Look for "Nutrition Services" banner
Provided by Colleen Rinehart, BSN, RN, CDE, Program Manager for Diabetes Education and Jim Warner, Program Director for Food and Nutrition.
Note to providers: Providers should place an order for Diabetes Educator and place in comments: cooking class. This will notify Colleen Rinehart that the patient is allowed to travel to the class.