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Learn How to Eat Smart and Move More

Fremont Health and the University of Nebraska Extension are excited to partner and introduce a community-wide health program called “Eating Smart and Moving More”. This nutrition education series will focus on the fundamentals of eating healthy meals on a budget and the importance of physical activity. Each week’s lesson will be taught by a Registered Dietitian and will focus on a different topic to help you to Eat Smart and Move More. 

Lessons include:

  • Plan: Know What’s for Dinner
  • Shop: Get the Best for Less
  • Shop for Value, Check the Facts
  • MyPlate
  • Choosing to Move More Throughout the Day
  • Smart-size Your Portions and Right-size You

Shopping lessons will also include a grocery store tour led by a Registered Dietitian.

The Eating Smart and Moving More program is open to everyone and free of charge. It is offered as a six-week series that starts Thursday, February 23, and meets from Noon to 1:00 p.m., and a three-week evening series scheduled to start April 6, meeting from 6:00 to 8:00 p.m. Classes are held at the Dodge County Extension Office located at 1206 West 23rd Street in Fremont.

To register, please call Beth Nacke RD, Dodge County Extension, at (402) 727-2775 ext. 23, or Rachael Nielsen, APRN, Fremont Health Internal Medicine, at (402) 727-5200.