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Healthy Living Programs

A Healthy You 

This is a program for adults who want to lose weight, eat healthy and be active. Participants will learn ideas to increase daily physical activity, choose healthy foods, lose and maintain weight, set goals and overcome barriers. Classes are taught by a health educator and registered dietitian.

Nutrition Counseling 

Appointments are available with a registered dietitian to help you establish a realistic approach to proper nutrition. Discussion topics may include diabetes, high blood pressure, high cholesterol, renal disease, or a variety of other nutritional concerns.

Fit Futures 

This program takes a lifestyle approach to the issue of physical inactivity and the nutritional concerns of children and adolescents. The child and family member(s) work with a registered dietitian and health educator. The program is conducted over four sessions and emphasizes the importance of more daily physical activity, proper food choices, portion
control and goal setting.

Grocery Store Tours 

Grocery store tours with a registered dietitian will provide valuable insight into how to read food labels, comparison shop to save money, and make healthier food choices. In addition, participants’ concerns and questions will be addressed and take-home materials will be provided.

I Can! Challenge

This is a 10-week program for individuals with a chronic disease such as heart disease, diabetes, cancer, or obesity who are ready to take the next step in improving their health. The class gives individuals the tools and support they need to set goals, eat healthy, manage stress and get fit! Each week focuses on a different topic and includes presentations, interactive activities and discussions.

Body Composition Testing & Exercise Counseling 

A health educator will perform a skin-fold test to determine body composition and will explain the test results. Counseling is also available for those wishing to initiate an exercise program or discuss their current program.