Blood Pressure Management Series With Cooking Demos and Farmers’ Market Vouchers

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Are you trying to manage high blood pressure?
Join a small group for five virtual classes; learn about eating to improve your blood pressure, cooking tips and skills to help you prepare nutritious meals and snacks, and stress management techniques.
In addition to the virtual classes with FCS Agent Tara Gregory, a Registered Dietitian, you will receive kitchen gadgets to practice the new cooking skills you learn and will receive weekly vouchers to buy fresh, local food at the Pittsboro Farmers Market.
The first series of classes will begin on Wednesday, November 17, from 11 a.m.–12:30 p.m. and run for five weeks, through December 15, 2021.
Space is limited. Register through our online form to get started with a few, quick questions!
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