A History of ‘Scientific Eating’
Executive Director Kim Kenney will present a historical perspective on healthy eating. In the early days of our country, we had to eat a lot of food to keep our bodies fueled for working in the fields and factories. As our economy transitioned to less physically demanding desk jobs and service industry positions, we had to change the way we ate. As women’s fashion became more revealing in the 1920s, the idea of “scientific eating” began to take hold. The fee is $50 per program.