Up your nutrition IQ this summer with a course offered by the CWRU Wellness Program

If you’ve ever wondered how long you should keep that bottle of cumin in your cupboard, or struggled with creating healthy meals on a tight budget, the Case Western Reserve University Wellness Program has your answers.

The wellness program will offer an eight-week class titled “Nutrition Action” on Tuesdays at noon starting June 5 in Adelbert Hall’s Toepfer Room. There will not be a class Tuesday, July 3.

Ease@Work instructor Sharon Zwick-Hamilton will lead the course, covering a wide variety of nutrition topics in a fun and informative way.

Topics addressed during the course will include:

  • Nutrition action for disease prevention;
  • Eating for a healthy and energetic life;
  • Functional and medicinal foods; and
  • The low-stress diet.

For a complete list of topics, and to register, visit case.edu/wellness/facultystaff/campus-programs/nutrition-or-weight-management.