Community Nutrition Education Program (CNEP)
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Utilizing software based on nutrition research from universities worldwide, UOG Cooperative Extension & Outreach will create a label from analysis of the product contents and serving size.
Drop-off location: Agriculture & Life Sciences Building, Room 113F
Drop-off hours: Monday-Friday 8:30AM-3:30PM
Sample turnaround time: Four to seven work days
Cost: $20 per nutrition label
Contact: Clarissa Barcinas, (671) 735-2029, email@example.com
Our Plan, Shop, Save, Cook lessons offer hands-on learning activities to help participants make healthier food choices while on a budget. Participants will learn to read and compare food labels, plan meals, and practice healthy, local recipes.
For more information, call our office at (671) 735-2020/30 or click here to register for Plan, Shop, Save, Cook!
Cooking Matters provides grocery store tours to empower individuals and families to shop smart on a budget. Participants can develop their skills for shopping and preparing healthier, affordable foods. Cooking Matters® is a national program by Share Our Strength®. To learn more, visit CookingMatters.org.
For more information, call our office at (671) 735-2020/30 or click here to register for Cooking Matters!
Our Eating Smart, Being Active lessons encourage families with young children to develop skills to manage their food dollars, create healthy meals, and be physically active for themselves and their families. Lessons include hands-on activities on food safety, ways to get active, and tasting budget-friendly meals.
For more information, call our office at (671) 735-2020/30 or click here to register for Eating Smart, Being Active!
Community parks and playgrounds provide individuals and families with safe spaces to play and be active. They also serve as centers for village activities and promote social, physical, and cognitive development among residents in each village. University of Guam's College of Natural & Applied Sciences, through the Community Nutrition Education Programs (CNEP), has identified safe and accessible parks & playgrounds across the north, central, and southern regions of the island. Download your village's parks & playgrounds maps below to find safe spaces for you and/or your family to get active.
Walking is a free and simple way to get active, manage weight, and reduce the risk for chronic diseases. University of Guam's College of Natural & Applied Sciences, through the Community Nutrition Education Programs (CNEP), has identified safe and convenient walking routes throughout our island's villages that you can walk today. Grab your walking shoes and water, and download your favorite walking maps below to start taking steps towards a healthier you.
Community Nutrition Education Program
Mangilao, Guam 96913
The University of Guam is a U.S. Land Grant and Sea Grant Institution accredited by the WASC Senior College and University Commission. UOG is an equal opportunity provider and employer committed to diversity, equity and inclusion through island wisdom values of inadahi yan inagofli'e: respect, compassion, and community.