Cooking Demonstrations - Members FREE, nonmembers $10 per class
Healthy cooking demonstrations at the TriHealth Fitness & Health Pavilion are led by registered dietitians, area chefs and restaurant owners. The demos allow you to see, taste and learn with an emphasis on healthy technique and fresh ingredients. To register for classes, call 513 246 2606 or email Caitlin.
Add some ethnic flair to your standard dinner menu by adding in new spices and oils, interesting produce such as Asian root vegetables and fruits, and unique (yet simple) preparation techniques to bring variety and flavor to the table. Pamela Baird will teach you how to prepare Asian-style meals using simple recipes with lots of bold flavors.
Wednesday, August 9, 12:30 p.m. and 6 p.m.
Healthy Living Workshops - Members and nonmembers FREE
Fats: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly
"Fat will make you fat is one of the oldest nutrition myths in the book,” says registered dietitian Kristen DeAngelis. Join us for the science behind good fats and bad fats for a healthful diet to reduce risk of heart disease, stroke and excess weight and to improve body composition.
Wednesday, August 23, 6 p.m.
Coming this Fall 2017!
Healthy Living Workshops
Members and nonmembers FREE
Heart-Healthy Vegan and Vegetarian Eating
Looking to learn more about what “vegan” versus
“vegetarian” eating means? Join our registered dietitians
in learning the health and environmental benefits,
what foods should be included or avoided, and how to
balance a healthy plant-based menu for a delicious vegan and vegetarian diet.
Wednesday, September 6, 12:30 p.m.
The Truth About Carbs
Learn the benefits of controlling blood sugar,
weight and energy balance by getting “good”
complex, fiber-rich carbs in your diet! Our
dietitians will discuss the difference between
simple and complex carbs, what to choose and
what to avoid, and how to make healthy choices
as part of a balanced meal plan.
Wednesday, October 25, 6 p.m.
All About Diabetes
Learn about all things related to blood sugar
regulation, diabetes and prediabetes and what you
can do to prevent and/or treat current conditions.
We’ll discuss what types of foods to include, how
to count carbohydrates, which carbs to include
and which to avoid, how to time meals, and other
lifestyle factors that help keep blood sugar controlled.
Wednesday, November 15, 12:30 p.m.
Members FREE, nonmembers $10 per class
Fall Into Seasonal Eating: Roasted
Root Vegetables and Squash Varieties
Learn how to eat seasonally this fall by including
lots of delicious root vegetables and seasonal
squashes! Everything from carrots, sweet potatoes
and beets to turnips and squash varieties like acorn,
butternut, spaghetti and delicata provide a starchy
(and often sweet) taste to be deliciously prepared
in SO many ways!
Wednesday, September 13, 12:30 p.m. and 6 p.m.
Branch out of your comfort zone by trying delicious
and healthful grains this fall! Ever heard of quinoa,
farro, millet, barley or black rice? There are endless
opportunities to fill our plates with fiber and good
nutrients by incorporating these amazing grains into
tasty meals and snacks.
Wednesday, October 11, 12:30 p.m. and 6 p.m.
Eating the Mediterranean Way
Join our dietitians who bring healthful foods such as
olive oil, nuts, seeds, fish, olives, herbs, spices, healthy
fats, and brightly colored fruits and vegetables to the
table. These foods are not only delicious; they are
also proven to help combat inflammation, improve
brain function and reduce the risk of heart disease.
Wednesday, November 8, 12:30 p.m. and 6 p.m.
Cooking Demo Recipes
Five Ingredient Fix
Seasonal Fruits Cooking Demo
Fabulous Fish Cooking Demo
Cacao Cooking Demo
For more information about our nutrition programs, contact Caitlin Ottaway at 513 246 2606.