Provide a non-judgmental environment encouraging individuals to Eat for their Health
- Increase awareness of the importance and the benefits associated with cooking and eating whole foods for health
- Provide meaningful support to encourage behavior change in order to prevent and reduce the impact of chronic disease
- Design and deliver educational programs informed by robust science and research
- Honoring inclusivity and belonging with a multicultural and inclusive approach to healthy eating
- A practical approach to adopting a new way of eating based on delicious, whole foods to support good health
- The individual as a capable driver of behavior change
- Non-judgement as being pivotal in the behavior change process
- An integrative approach that recognizes the impact healthy eating has on your physical and mental wellbeing
- The power of community and support in the health equation
- A multicultural and inclusive approach to healthy eating by cultivating a space that honors individual identities and experiences.
- Availability and access to affordable program options
- Our network of healthcare practitioners, community partners, farmers and chefs who value the place of food in supporting health
- The importance of robust science and research to inform our programs
- The Importance of using locally sourced and ethically farmed products, when possible and practical
- The power of experimentation to discover the right foods for your own biological Individuality
- Learning and sharing through stories
We Meet. We Cook. We Eat. We Learn.
We all know someone we care about, or perhaps it’s you, who is suffering from a condition that can be managed or improved by eating healthy food. You don’t have to go it alone; we support you on your journey to finding your way to better health.
The programs provided by Eating For Your Health plays an important role in addressing a national health crisis where significant numbers of people are affected by Diabetes, Autoimmune and Inflammatory Diseases, Cognitive Decline and concerns with Brain Health. Over 30 million people have diabetes and over 84 million people have pre-diabetes. Many more are undiagnosed.
We know that change can be difficult so we take a practical approach -- cooking and guiding people in the kitchen to learn how easy it can be to prepare whole, delicious, healthy food.
Foundational Educational Topics: These themes inform our program design, and are key concepts for chronic disease prevention.
Ecosystem and Community Partners: We collaborate with farmers, chefs and cooks who are aligned with using sustainable agricultural practices and cooking with locally sourced foods, when possible.
Medical and Healthcare Practitioners: We partner with practitioners who value the use of food as medicine and the importance of “eating for your health.”