C3 Food Network Offers Tips for Healthy Bodies and Souls
WHEELING — If good health is considered wealth, the folks at C3 church in Wheeling want you to be very well off.
C3 Food Network is the latest offering at the church located at 250 Bethany Pike in Wheeling. This network is an ongoing group of people dedicated to healthy cooking and living. And they invite the public to join in.
It’s mission is stated clearly, “Through God’s word, prayer and guidance it will touch the hearts of many. It will be accomplished through forums, small groups and one-on-one relationships. This network of people will encourage and walk beside each other to accomplish individual goals.”
According to spokesman Jay Adams, the C3 Food Network consists of a team of nutritionists, doctors and volunteers who are working to create a better environment in eating through creative recipes, and encouraging folks to get healthier through their knowledge of what they eat.
This fall through next spring, C3 Food Network will host a series of forums aimed at informing and encouraging healthy eating habits.
The first program is set for 6:30 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 10 at C3. Dr. Amy Jean, a pediatric endocrinologist will present a talk on the explosion of Type II diabetes in children and how it can be related to what we feed our children. The event will feature interactive healthy food stations as well as a buffet of healthy kid-friendly foods. Event spokeswoman Chris Adams said the program will be helpful for anyone dealing with or possibly facing Type II diabetes, not just children. She said copies of the recipies on the buffet will be available to take home.
To attend, sign up online at C3Wheeling.com or call the church at 304-905-9000. Pre-registration is not required but encouraged so the C3 Food Network can prepare an adequate amount of food. Free child care will be provided.
For questions or more information, call the church at 304-905-9000.