Cooking Well for Healthy Blood Pressure class set for June 6

Concerned about high blood pressure? Rather than focusing on what you can’t eat, explore the new flavors of delicious heart-healthy recipes. 

Help control your high blood pressure and enjoy delicious recipes — we’ll show you how! When you think about meals for someone with high blood pressure, you may think “BORING.” 

Before you make that assumption, come to our Cooking Well sessions and learn how heart-healthy recipes can be delicious for the whole family. Get tips for lowering your blood pressure at our newest cooking school, Cooking Well — we’ll help you get on track! 

Want to lower your blood pressure within two weeks? Research shows it’s possible with the right eating plan — let us guide you! Need a little hand-holding? Let us show you how to make healthy changes in your eating pattern at our newest cooking school, Cooking Well. 

Manage your blood pressure with heart-healthy recipes that are delicious! Mastering tasty heart-healthy recipes is easier than you think. Join us at our newest cooking school and learn all you need to know in three interactive classes. 

Hypertension (aka high blood pressure) is often called a “silent killer” because there can be no obvious symptoms. Causes include stress, excessive salt, or alcohol consumption, being overweight, and certain medications. If you’re concerned about your blood pressure, get started with a healthy eating plan. 

Keep your heart healthy with small changes to your diet and lifestyle. Sign up today for our new cooking school, Cooking Well for Healthy Blood Pressure! Find out why the U.S. News & World Report has ranked the Dietary Approaches to Stop Hypertension (DASH) the Best Diet Overall for the eighth year in a row. 

An eating plan with a variety of foods rich in nutrients, such as potassium, calcium, and magnesium, can help lower blood pressure. Learn more at our newest cooking school, Cooking Well! 

Cooking Well for Healthy Blood Pressure will be offered each Tuesday, starting June 6 and wrapping up on June 20. Classes will be held from 5:30-7:30 p.m. at Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Office at 4224 Cobbs Drive in Waco. 

For more information on this series or to sign-up, contact MCC Continuing Education at (254) 299-8888 or visit their website at, choose Community Programs, then choose Culinary.

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