Agrilife Extension Resources

Our resources help Texans learn healthy recipes and incorporate more nutritious foods into their diets. Whether you are looking for healthy dinner ideas or looking to identify a healthier ingredient to substitute, we have a statewide team of professionals ready to help you and your family find realistic solutions.

Related Departments: Food Science & Technology, Nutrition

 

 

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Showing results for: Healthy Cooking Practices
Asset Type: Course
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    Understanding the factors that increase nutrition risk is important to those who work with older populations. After completion of this module, volunteers will have a better understanding of the DETERMINE Nutrition Risk Assessment.

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    Dates are placed on food labels for a variety of reasons. This course will help you learn the differences between dates often seen on products/packages at your local retail stores.

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    Cooking Well Exploring Cultures is a four-lesson series that aims to educate participants on nutrition, food safety, and healthy cooking techniques via an interest in cultural cuisine. The program includes recipes from India, the Philippines, the interior of Mexico, and Poland.

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    Cooking Well with Friends is a four-lesson workshop that provides you with the knowledge and skills required to safely and effectively plan, prepare, freeze and cook healthy meals. This course is aimed at reaching active families to make mealtime easier by preparing healthy meals to freeze and keep on hand!

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    Cooking Well with Diabetes is an online cooking school class designed to help people with diabetes and anyone that prepares food for them. It is delivered in sections packed with researched-based information on management of type 2 diabetes and delicious diabetes-friendly recipes.

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    This course is designed to help people with diabetes do well and be well. Through this online course, you will walk through the basics of diabetes, how to make helpful choices, and the basics of medicine.

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    This course discusses health communication, why it is needed, and the steps for building your own health communication plan.

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    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.

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    Eating Well for Healthy Living is a 3-lesson course in which participants learn to reduce stress through meal planning and physical activity, spending less and getting more at the grocery store, and storing and preparing food safely. Enroll to get back to the basics and start your journey to a healthier you!

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    Learn how to manage high blood pressure through the Dietary Approaches to Stop Hypertension (DASH). This one-hour course will help you understand the basics of healthy eating patterns so you can make changes to the foods you eat to help lower your blood pressure.