Eat Smart, Live Strong
Eat Smart, Live Strong includes fun, social and interactive sessions designed to improve fruit and vegetable consumption and physical activity among adult’s age 55 and older. Throughout the sessions participants will gain the skills needed to promote healthy behavior changes to improve their overall health and wellbeing.
- Reach Your Goals, Step by Step
- Challenges and Solutions
- Colorful and Classic Favorites
- Eat Smart, Spend Less
Participants receive a certificate of completion at the end of the program.
Class series are taught throughout the community, including but not limited to community centers, churches, schools and local MSU Extension offices. Group series are available if there are six to 10 people, and at least half of the group is Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) eligible. If you are interested in scheduling or participating in Eat Smart, Live Strong, please contact your local MSU Extension nutrition professionals.
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