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Real Food

61% of the food Americans buy is highly processed
More than 3/4 of our calories come from highly processed foods
75% of Americans are not meeting the current dietary guidelines for fruits and vegetables

University of Wyoming Extension can help.

The Real Food program is based on the Social Cognitive Theory. It includes hands-on cooking and interactive discussion through five 2-hour lessons.

Results of our pilot program showed that participants increased consumption of fruit and whole grains, decreased intake of processed foods, and were more likely to read nutrition facts and ingredient lists.

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Come back to access our testimonials and success stories.

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Save time: use a pilot-tested program that is easy to deliver. We take all data analysis and impact statements off your plate, so you can spend more time doing what you love.

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Contact the Real Food team directly: vhayman@uwyo.edu. Speak with an Educator who has delivered Real Food before.

Would you like to receive a copy of the Real Food Curriculum? Please click and fill out the form.

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For more information, contact a University of Wyoming Nutrition and Food Safety Educator at nfs@uwyo.edu or Ask an Expert.

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Extension Educators:
Shelley Balls – (307) 885-3132
Denise Smith – (307) 334-3534
Vicki Hayman – (307) 746-3531

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