The George Washington University Culinary Medicine Program is offering FREE online hands-on community cooking classes in collaboration with the Division of Cardiology and the YMCA of Metropolitan Washington.
(For CME and Professional programming please see information at this link: View specific dates and times for ONLINE CME and sign up »)
All community classes are being held online using Zoom at this time. SIGN UP NOW for our 6 week Adult Beginner Series Monday evenings, 5:00-7:30pm. Register via email at email@example.com
The free cooking classes are open to the public. Participants will learn to cook healthy, delicious recipes and learn basic nutrition concepts such as building a healthy meal, eating on a budget, meal planning, and how to cross-utilize leftovers. Class members prepare different recipes each week and learn about how to make terrific, delicious food that just happens to be good for you!
|September 14||Mediterranean Diet, Introduction to Cooking and Reading Recipes|
|September 21||Macronutrients, Mediterranean Diet: Dairy, Breakfast and Understanding Nutrition Labels|
|September 28||Mediterranean Diet: Vegetables, Portion Sizes and Lunch|
|October 5||Mediterranean Diet: Legumes, Good Shopping Habits and Delectable Dinners|
|October 12||Carbohydrates, Mediterranean Diet: Fruits and Nuts, Snacking and Desserts, Sweeteners and Rethink Your Drink|
|October 19||Mediterranean Diet: Fats and Cholesterol|
Health meets Food CME Online
Offered online via Zoom
The Health meets Food team will be offering online hands-on Culinary Medicine programming beginning May 4, 2020. Participants will use Zoom to gather, collaborate, cook together and discuss case studies. Each module will follow the workflow of in-person programming and will take about 3 1/2 hours to complete.
Upcoming CME Classes Across the Country
You can see a detailed schedule for our Continuing Medical Education classes and sign up at our CME page.
Virtual Poster Session – Health meets Food: The Culinary Medicine Conference
We were disappointed to not be able to gather this year for The Culinary Medicine Conference. An important part of the conference is the poster sessions.
There were many posters submitted for consideration and we will hold a virtual poster session starting at 1:00 PM EDT November 20, 2020 via Zoom. Poster authors will have the opportunity to present and participate in breakout sessions for questions and answers.
This is the opportunity to showcase how your organization has utilized Culinary Medicine, diet, nutrition and other programming in teaching and/or patient intervention. Others can review your work and get ideas for using the their school or organization. Student submissions are mostencouraged.
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