The Healthy For Life Project wants everyone to make healthy choices. By providing our community with information, resources, skills, and support, we aim to make the healthy choice the easy choice.
Nourishing Norwalk is a resource page with reliable information, tips, and resources for healthy eating. Whether you're looking for budget-friendly recipes, tips for choosing healthier options, or nutrition information about different foods, we’ve got you covered!
Our partners at the University of Connecticut Extension Program offer many recipes and tips for cooking with foods that are commonly found in the USDA Farm to Families Food Box (and pantry-staples in general). Click here for resources and videos from UConn and others.
Healthy for Life Project members are working to help the Greater Norwalk area eat well. Here are just a few of our projects.
Monthly newsletters and education materials, created through a partnership between Food Corps Connecticut, Norwalk Public Schools, and the Healthy for Life Project. Read more here.
The Norwalk Coalition of community organizations and individuals working to reduce food insecurity and increase access to healthy food. Projects include conducting a Community Food Assessment, creating a guide to food pantries and meal services, and outreach about the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP). Read more here.
Looking for tips to make healthier choices when you're eating out or grabbing food to go? The Eat Well Healthy Restaurant Program can help! Read more here.
Discover ways to eat healthy while staying within your budget.