In this class you will learn about the underlying cause of diabetes and the lifestyle factors that contribute to insulin resistance.
We will discuss the science behind plant-based eating, pre-diabetes and type 2 diabetes-and if reversal is possible. You will learn about the three essential "ingredients" to reducing insulin resistance and achieving better blood sugars.
You will also receive a five-day meal plan guide with directions on how to get started.
The class is taught by a registered dietitian
Baby Be Safe is a class for expectant parents, parents with children under 3, grandparents, and childcare providers.
This class focuses on how to prevent the most common injuries seen in children and ways to respond in infant and child emergencies. You will learn about ways to help keep children safe in and out of the home, including car seat safety and safe sleep.
You will also receive an Infant CPR Anytime kit to be able to learn and practice infant CPR at home with your family.
Attend an information session to learn more about the Complete Health Improvement Program (CHIP) and ask questions—without any obligation to participate. Through this interactive session that features video and discussion, you'll get a comprehensive overview of the course, including how it can help reduce or prevent diseases and health issues—some that you may have or be at risk for.
Attending an information session is highly recommended before registering for the CHIP course. You may register for an upcoming course at an information session.
CHIP takes a "whole health" approach, with topics that include:
This class is geared for the very busy family who is looking for the basics of childbirth and delivering at St Luke's.
There is not time in this class for relaxation and breathing practice.
Spouse, partner, or support person is encouraged to attend.