FOOD FOR LIFE COOKING CLASSES

At Cooking On The Veg we offer Food For Life classes and series. Food for Life is an award-winning nutrition education and cooking class program that provides an innovative approach to diet-related chronic diseases. Since 2001, Food for Life has been a pioneer in delivering hands-on information about the direct role of plant-based nutrition in health and disease prevention to communities around the world.
Designed by physicians, nurses, and registered dietitians, Food for Life promotes healthful eating based on the latest scientific research.

The power of nutritious food
Essential Series
Cancer Series
Diabetes Series
Healthy Basics Series
Kickstart Series
Kids Health Series
Cooking To Combat-COVID-19 Series
Your Body In Balance Series

520-200-1781

Scottsdale, AZ

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Diabetes Series

The road to diabetes does not have to be a one-way street. There is reason for hope! People who eat plant-based meals are less likely to ever develop diabetes, and for those who have diabetes, plant-based meals can help to improve blood sugar levels and prevent complications. These meals are affordable and can be quite delicious and satisfying. A low, fat, plant-based approach offers a new tool that many have found to be very useful. Review the latest science behind this approach, consider some simple ideas for getting started, sample four dishes, and explore useful resources.