Cooking Well with Diabetes is an online cooking school class designed to help people with diabetes and anyone that prepares food for them. This four-lesson course includes basic nutrition education to help plan meals and prepare food for people living with Diabetes. Find quick diabetic dinner ideas and recipes that will help you cook well with diabetes.
At the end of this course, you will be able to:
- Recognize carbohydrate foods and plan balanced and satisfying meals
- Reduce fat in the recipes you use and increase the use of healthier fats
- Alter recipes to improve sodium and fiber content
- Take steps to celebrate holidays and festivities sensibly
More choices in Cooking Techniques & Recipes
- CourseWorking with Farmers & Ranchers with Disabilities: An AgrAbility Resource for Occupational Therapy Practitioners
This course is designed to educate occupational therapy practitioners on how to improve OT services provided to farmers and ranchers with a disability. Modules cover assessment, agriculture tasks, hazard safety, common conditions, ergonomics, assistive technology, modifications, and resources.
Master Wellness Volunteers help Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service leverage its outreach and education to Texans related to health, nutrition and food safety. Master Wellness Volunteers receive 40-hours of training and serve a 40-hour internship to prepare them to aid in fulfilling the Agency’s mission of helping Texans better their lives.
This six-week course will help you maintain your weight through the holiday season. We encourage you to focus on consuming 5 servings of vegetables and fruits each day, as well as engage in regular physical activity.