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Michigan State University Extension offers a number of classes on nutrition education.
Michigan State University Extension provides nutrition education classes that assist individuals with their meal planning, food safety, grocery budgeting, nutrition and physical activity. These classes are of no cost to participants. The MSU Extension Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Education program strives to help save participants money on their food budget, educate about nutrition, empower with the knowledge of food safety and improve shopping techniques. MSU Extension helps individuals and families understand the importance of cooking meals that are well-balanced and match the guidelines of MyPlate, and include all of the food groups.
MSU Extension’s nutrition education programs provide helpful resources and research-based curriculums like Eating Right is Basic, Eat Healthy, Be Active, Cooking Matters, Show Me Nutrition and Eat Smart, Live Strong. The curriculums match choosemyplate.gov guidelines and teach about menu planning.
To enroll in a nutrition education program in Livingston or Washtenaw County, call the Livingston office at 517-552-6913 or the Washtenaw office at 734-222-3924. You can also visit http://msue.anr.msu.edu/county.