The East Texas Food Bank’s Nutrition Education program offers nutrition education classes and information to low-income community members by partnering with community organizations and social service agencies serving limited- resource clients. Classes are based on the USDA Guidelines and teach participants about eating nutritiously, shopping on a budget, food safety, cooking, meal planning, eating out, exercise, weight control, and disease prevention.
A six-lesson course, instructed once per week for six weeks, focusing on preparation and shopping for healthy meals on a limited budget.
The East Texas Food Bank schedules Nutrition Education throughout the year at schools, agencies and other locations.
Get information on how to build a healthier diet, tools for assessment and much more with these MyPlate resources.
Search a database of recipes submitted by nutrition educators in the SNAP (Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program) and other health professionals/organizations.
Eating healthy doesn't have to be hard or cost a lot of money. A little bit of planning for the week ahead can help your family eat fresh healthy foods on your budget. Find great tips and recipes from YourTexasBenefits.com