Med Instead of Meds

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Eating like those who live in the Mediterranean region has been shown to promote health and decrease the risk of many chronic diseases, such as some cancers, Alzheimer’s, type 2 diabetes, high blood pressure, and cardiovascular disease. Are you interested in eating the Mediterranean way, but not sure where to start?

This online Med Instead of Meds series will help you Go Med by exploring 7 simple steps to eating the Med Way. Learn Med tips, life hacks, and recipes that will help you eat the Med Way every day. Great tasting and good for you! The simple, delicious, and satisfying Med Way of eating will keep you coming back for more.

Join Stephanie Parker-Helmkamp, Hertford County Extension Director and Helen Eure, Gates County Extension Director each week at your convenience starting on March 9, 2021, and receive a link to a pre-recorded educational session and a Healthy Recipe video. This series will consist of 6 pre-recorded educational sessions with a healthy recipe. Session links will be emailed out weekly to the email provided during registration.

Please feel free to contact us via email at helen_eure@ncsu.edu with any questions regarding this series.

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