Meal Planning

Meal Planning is a two-part workshop designed to teach you the skills needed to successfully plan meals for you and your whole family. Work with a Registered Dietitian to learn tips and tricks for planning a whole week’s worth of meals.

Together, discuss the barriers you face when it comes to preparing meals including things like:
• Not having enough time or energy
• Feeding picky eaters within your family
• Running out of recipe ideas

Meal planning can help change the way you eat and change your food buying habits. Discover ways to structure your day and how meal planning can actually save you time, money, and reduce food waste.

This class will help you feel less stressed or overwhelmed by helping you build a meal planning framework. You will learn where to start and even look at your current schedule to start developing goals that fit into your life.
Learn about balanced meals and how to pick healthier options using Canada’s Food Guide.

Discuss the benefits of mindful eating, cooking at home and eating out less, and the importance of enjoying food with others.

All participants will receive a package of resources as well as develop a meal plan of their own with helpful ideas from a Registered Dietitian.

Dates and Times

November 26

6:30 PM for 2 weeks

Format: Currently offered virtually only.

Cost: Free.

Time commitment: Two weeks. One class per week. Each class is 90 minutes long.

How to register: Please call the Edmonton Southside Primary Care Network at 780.395.2626 to register.