The Zan Wesley Holmes Jr. Community Outreach Center, in partnership with Food Saved Me, will host its first in-person event since the start of the pandemic, at 11 a.m., Thursday, July 22 in Southlake. The event is being hosted by Food Saved Me, which is located at 535 S. Nolen Drive, Ste. 400, in Southlake 76092.
Hosts Katherine Lawrence and Terry Nelson Bell of Food Saved Me will teach the principles of eating healthy while preparing a meal for participants. The focus of this session is how healthy cooking and eating contribute to good health.
Food Saved Me is a team of nutritionists and cooking coaches who teach thousands of individuals annually about how to eat better and prepare their food in a faster, easier and healthier way. They offer several nutrition classes that address various health topics such as Cancer Prevention & Survival, Diabetes Prevention & Reversal and Heart Disease Prevention and Reversal.
To learn more about Food Saved Me and their nutrition classes, go to: www.foodsavedme.com.