Welcome to the resource page for Healthy Habits! Scroll down to find sign-up information, program information and resources.
About Healthy Habits
Healthy Habits is a collaboration between the Teaching Kitchen and the Nutrition and Weight Management Department. Join us to meet our dietitians and learn healthy eating tips to improve issues related to metabolic health including high blood pressure, high blood sugars, and maintaining healthy body weight. We offer these classes twice a month.
Meet our dietitians and learn about the importance of protein in the diet, what foods are good sources of protein, and healthy eating tips to help you get the right amount.
Did you know that vegetables vary a lot, nutritionally? Starchy vegetables that are higher in carbohydrates. Some vegetables are higher in protein (beans), while others are higher in fat (avocado). Non-starchy vegetables are mainly water, fiber, and micronutrients. Meet our dietitians and learn about the importance of vegetables in the diet, and healthy eating tips to help you get the right amount.
Meet our dietitians and learn more about the health benefits of high carbohydrate foods, what foods are great sources of carbohydrates, and how to include them in your daily diet!
Meet our dietitians and learn about the role of fat in health, heart healthy fats to include in your diet, and how to incorporate them in your daily diet!
For more information on clinical nutrition services, such as working 1:1 with a dietitian, visit the Nutrition and Weight Management Page here.
To sign up for the Healthy Habits class, head to our calendar here. Find a ‘Healthy Habits’ class and click on it to see what recipes we are making and to sign up.