We provide lively, informative, and often, interactive programs about how to eat in a healthier way. Programs are led by healthcare practitioners, herbalists, chefs, farmers and peer presenters and facilitators.
We do not tell people what and what not to eat. We provide accurate information and leave it up to the individual to determine what is right for them - all in a supportive, non-judgmental environment. And, we love to cook and eat when we can because nothing is better than tasting your way to healthier eating.
New Program - Hormones and Antibiotics: Unveiling Facts and Debunking Myths
We're excited to have Professor James Martiney return as he presents this interactive program on October 19th at 7pm. Register Today! This program is free and open to the public. Your donation helps support our programming and is greatly appreciated. Unable to make it to the live event? Register for the program and we will send you a link to the recorded program.
Join us for the Next Healthy Eating Challenge! Running from October 1 to October 10, 2023.
Do you wonder whether you can find a way of eating that gives you more energy and keeps you feeling your best? Are you concerned that you don’t always make the healthiest food choices? Perhaps you’ve considered trying to eat differently to improve your health but aren’t sure where to begin.
Check out some of our recent programs
- How to Reduce Exposure to Environmental Chemicals with Dr. Aly Cohen
- What is Insulin Resistance? Why it matters and what you can do about it with Dr. Maria "Adi" Benito, our Chief Medical Advisor
- Dietary Guidelines for Americans - Possible Benefits to Us and the Planet, with Professor Emeritus Chung S Yang
Programs Delivered in Collaboration with Our Community Partners
The Breast Cancer Resource Center (Princeton YWCA), Dress for Success of Central NJ, The Father Center, HomeWorks Trenton, Lawrenceville Presbyterian Church, Mercer County Library System, Millhill Child & Family Development, Princeton Public Library, Princeton Public Schools, West Windsor Arts Council, West Windsor and Trenton Farmer’s Markets, Westminster Presbyterian, Bethany House, Workwell Partnership.
How we help.
Our non-judgmental learning environments enable people to explore and experiment with new healthy food choices as they learn how to observe the ways different foods make them feel - because How You Feel Is Data®.
Click here to learn more about our Vision, Mission and Values.
Through our informative programs, tools, supportive systems, and incentives for change we help you address gaps in knowledge and skills when it comes to preparing healthy food.