Healthy eating is only a part of the healthful lifestyle mix. A regular fitness routine, along with diet, pays big dividends!
Living a sedentary lifestyle can leave you overweight and weak not only in body but in actions, thoughts and goals as well.
Daily exercise plays a big role in your ‘eating for life’ goals.
The Eat For Now, Eat For Life Project partners with community organizations to provide half- or full-day cooking workshops. The project works with individuals looking to transition to healthier ways of eating and living through diet and exercise.
The whole idea that simple healthful ingredients like fresh produce rich in vitamins and minerals could be good for you and taste good-is truly the essence of Eat For Life. As a chef and teacher, I’m all about shaking up your ideas about what healthy could taste like. I invite you to see what life could be when it’s re-imagined through flavor, nutrition and convenience and I’ll be with you every step of the way.
The Harlem YMCA announces partnership with New York City-based Chef Kenny Minor’s Eat For Life! Program. This innovative project is the YMCA first health and nutrition class designed to address challenges surrounding the alarming childhood obesity rates in at' . . .'