Camp encourages healthy cooking

| 16/08/2018 | 1 Comment
CNS Local Life

Camp hosts and participants

(CNS Local Life): The Cayman Heart Fund (CHF) recently held a Get Active cooking camp, part of its ongoing initiative to help families live healthier lifestyles through health screenings, nutritional education and motivating them to participate in regular exercise. Students and their families were invited to take part in this summer’s camp held in July, which was hosted by Dr Christine Chen, Kristen Lomas, and Michelle Haylock.

The young people were introduced to basic cooking skills and given the opportunity to try out some healthy recipes while learning how to read food labels and make healthier food choices.

The Get Active camp was sponsored by CHF, Kirk Market and St Ignatius School canteen.

The non-profit Cayman Heart Fund is dedicated to educating the public, influencing policy and supporting access to high-quality healthcare through various programmes and initiatives.

For more information and recipes, go to the Get Active Cayman and Cayman Heart Fund Facebook pages or call (916-6324) or email CHF

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Category: Medical and Health

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  1. Anonymous says:

    That’s wonderful, wish I had heard about it.

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