Wellness and Nutrition

Ending hunger is not only about providing enough food for a community, but also involves empowering individuals to make informed choices about the foods they eat.  The work of the hunger council includes educating the public, especially those at risk of illness brought on by poor nutrition, about foods and habits that will promote their health and wellness.

Food Safety:




Education Programs:

Cooking Matters™

Shopping Matters™

Programs at MSU Extension

Contact Us for more information about these programs (or a link to our contact page?)


Eating Well:


USDA Website http://www.choosemyplate.gov/

Find Nutrition information on virtually any food http://nutritiondata.self.com/



Prevent Chronic Illness:

American Heart Association

Classes at St. Joseph Mercy Livingston

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