Eat Smart, Move More, Take Control, 6 Session Program About Chronic Disease Prevention

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N.C. Cooperative Extension, Chatham County Center and Chatham County Council on Aging in Pittsboro will be sponsoring Eat Smart, Move More, Take Control. This program is FREE to interested parties.

WHERE: Chatham County Council on Aging, 365 NC-87, Pittsboro, NC 27312

WHEN: Tuesday, October 23, 2018 (First Class of 8)

TIME:    2 p.m.

Eat Smart, Move More, Take Control serves adults across North Carolina. The program is an 6 session chronic disease prevention program that provides strategies to help adults manage their health. It informs, empowers, and motivates participants to change their eating and physical activity patterns. The program provides opportunities for participants to track their goals and progress toward healthy eating and physical activity behaviors. Each 1-hour session contains a basic cooking demonstration and sample of a healthy recipe. The recipes and nutrition handouts are provided to program participants. Evaluation of the program is conducted via a pre and post behavior survey.

For additional information, please contact Phyllis Smith, Family and Consumer Science Extension Agent, at (919) 542-8247 or

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