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All Cooking Classes Canceled

As of March 11, 2020, all BMC Teaching Kitchen classes are canceled for the next 60 days.

Patients:

  • In this class, patients planning to undergo bariatric surgery will learn about the 4 stages of the post-operative diet. Participants will get the chance to taste at least 1 protein drink.

  • Cook to feel better, maintain energy, and recover quicker during and after cancer treatment.

  • Healing the body and mind with targeted nutrition support for Substance Use Disorder

  • Learn how to prepare delicious “diabetic-friendly” meals. Class is followed by a group concept map discussion led by a diabetes educator

  • Identify problematic foods that can cause or enhance symptoms of chronic inflammation

  • Keep you and your baby healthy during pregnancy and after. Hands on cooking instruction involved.

  • Keep you and your baby healthy during pregnancy while controlling your blood sugar

  • Eat to promote kidney health and manage dialysis treatment

  • Learn to cook and eat healthy in order to promote wellness and recovery after psychosis

  • Receive healthy food from our food pantry twice a month (as your doctor for a referral)

Kids:

  • Bring the kids & learn how to prepare healthy meals the whole family will love

  • Learn basic cooking skills and prepare healthy kid friendly recipes to help reduce chronic pain

Staff:

  • In this four week series, Dr. Scarlet Soriano will help you discover how to identify foods that cause inflammation in order to heal your mind and body

  • Boston University staff members are invited during their lunch break to learn quick and easy healthy recipes

  • Prevent metabolic syndrome by cooking through the cook book “Carbolight” written by Barbara Corkey, PhD

  • Encourage teamwork within your department with a friendly cooking competition

Community Partnerships:

  • Healing the body and mind with targeted nutrition support for Substance Use Disorder

  • A nutrition course for future physicians and Boston University’s Medical school students

  • Healthy Eating at an assisted living center

  • Families learn how to cook a quick and easy weeknight dinner

  • BHEC Students learn to cook and eat well in an eight week class series

Everyone:

  • Skip the meat to improve health, reduce food costs and decrease your environmental impact

  • Taste easy and healthy recipes using food from the pantry

  • Take a cooking class from a local chef

 

 

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