Following a careful meal plan is the first step in managing diabetes and keeping blood sugars in a therapeutic range. This is also the hardest step in diabetes management. Dining with Diabetes helps by teaching persons with diabetes ways to reduce sugar, salt, and fat in foods, without giving up good taste.
What is Dining with Diabetes?
The program is designed for people with diabetes and their family members. The five-class series includes diabetes education, cooking demonstrations, and tasting of healthy foods. After each lesson, participants will take home recipes and knowledge about how to manage diabetes in their daily lives.
Class 1 – Mealtime for Individuals with Diabetes
Class 2 – Desserts
Class 3 – Main Dishes
Class 4 – Side Dishes
Class 5 – Seasonal Reunion: January 25, 10am-12pm
Who can participate?
People with diabetes and their family members, caregivers, and support persons can enroll in Dining with Diabetes.
Persons with basic nutrition education for diabetes will benefit most. Dining with Diabetes is designed to complement, not replace, diabetes management classes.
The cost of the 5 sessions is $50.00
Who are the instructors?
Classes are taught by University of Delaware Cooperative Extension staff:
- Kimi Moore, RD
- Kathleen Splane
- Michelle Voegele
- Mary Edwards
QUESTIONS: Call (302) 730-4000
Register with this form.