effect this has on all our service users goes a long way. The education
and knowledge they receive in these monthly sessions take effect on their
families and other people around them.
this could change the way our service users cook and the way their culture
has taught them to make their food. This will make a key change for other
South Asian generations to come. If a difference could be made now to
eating and cooking habits this will have a positive outcome on the South
Asian community based within North London.
target group are 50+ year old women from different ethnic/religious
backgrounds. In addition, a significant proportion of them care for their
spouses who have been diagnosed with cardiovascular and other health
conditions. These ladies cook and care for them. Also a majority of
service users suffer from Diabetes and High Cholesterol. These cooking
sessions make a difference in the way our service users cook which will
hopefully make a major difference to their health and their family’s
The Healthy Cooking Club will not:
Give out tailored nutritional advice to individuals – such queries should
be referred on to a qualified health professional, such as your GP.