A series of four classes conducted by Ohio State University Extension Family and Consumer Sciences and community health partners.

The program includes:Dining with Diabetes logo

  • Live cooking demonstrations
  • Menu planning
  • Diabetes management
  • Carbohydrate-counting
  • Insights on portion control
  • Label-reading
  • Healthy recipe taste-testing

Nutrition is the cornerstone of diabetes management, and Dining with Diabetes helps Ohioans manage their own or that of a family member’s diabetes through nutrition education. Participants learn to prepare healthy, well-balanced meals without compromising taste. All are welcome to enroll in the program, our classes are designed for diabetics and thier family members, caregivers, and those offering support. A physician referral is not required.


Dining with Diabetes: Beyond the Kitchen

This free online self-paced course goes “beyond the kitchen” to discuss making healthy choices when eating at restaurants, grocery shopping or planning weekly meals. The courese includes videos, interactive presentations, resources, and open forums. To sign up for this free online course please visit Dining with Diabetes: Beyond the Kitchen.

 

 

For more information on either program please call 937-372-9971