Natural Food Friday is a first-of-its-kind obesity prevention program to encourage eating natural, nutritious foods to improve health and strengthen families. The program is aimed at helping moms and their families create healthier lifestyles through natural food awareness and the art of cooking.

Natural Food Friday has a 3-point approach:

  • Prepare and cook more meals at home
  • Eat a more natural and varied diet
  • Create a legacy of cooking and optimal health for future generations

On Friday's, families are encouraged to avoid highly processed foods containing artificial additives, such as preservatives, colorings and flavorings. As families become more adept at cooking and eating traditional foods full of flavor and nutritive value, they will be confident enough to eat natural on other days of the week.

Participants receive the Natural Food Friday newsletter containing quick & natural recipes, nutrition information, and cooking tips to teach families how to prepare and enjoy quick home-cooked meals made with naturally nutritious and delicious ingredients.

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