Participant Success! Eat Healthy Be Active Online Course in ASL - Nancy

June 4, 2021

Eat Healthy Be Active participant, Vicky, describes her experience with the online American Sign Language course. Eat Healthy Be Active is a course offered by Michigan State University Extension for limited resource audiences. Sandria Graham teaches the course in American Sign Language.

Eat Healthy Be Active is a nutrition program that is delivered by Michigan State University Extension. It is funded by USDA's Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program.

Video Transcript

Nancy Wyman:

Hi, I am Nancy Wyman. I took ASL 6 course videos “Eat Healthy Be Active” made by Sandy Graham. She is a Community Nutrition Instructor. Also, she is Deaf.

She made exceptional nutrition videos of six courses with important information to help you to get better in health and manage weight control.

I found these courses very impressive. It helped me to understand a way of eating that is right for me, one that supports my physical activities and allows me to maintain a healthy weight and reduce my risk for chronic diseases.

From her videos, Sandy will teach you about low fats, sodium, and sugar. Also, the difference between simple and complex carbohydrates.

She does her exercises on her videos. If you plan to sign up, the 6 courses should take an hour a day and finish within 6 days.

Remember that they are ALL ASL or you can read their materials online. Whichever works best for you.

I hope you will sign up for these videos. It will help you understand healthy nutrition. Maybe it will change your lifestyle.

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