The SuperChefs Cookery empowers children in the battle against childhood obesity by teaching the essentials of balanced nutrition, food preparation, and social etiquette toward inspiring lifelong habits of physical and social well-being. Under the direction of world class professional chefs and educators, students learn in an enriched setting focussed upon the joy of cooking while engaging in a residential program featuring team-building, athletic and artistic pursuits.
November 26, 2017
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Surrey's "SuperChefs Cookery for Kids" a finalist for good-health award in the U.S.
A food program founded by a Surrey dentist has been honoured in the U.S. for "making the healthy choice the easy choice in the fight against childhood obesity."
SuperChefs Named Finalist for prestigious 2018 Partnership for a Healthier America, Catalyst for Change Awards
British Columbia-based non-profit organization SuperChefs Cookery for Kids has been named one of five finalists for the renowned 2018 Partnership for a Healthier America (PHA) Catalyst for Change, Impact Award.
Fueling for the Competitive Edge
By LISA KIMMEL, MS, RD, CDN, Director of Wellness and Health Education, Yale University and SOPHIA KALIL, UBC Dietetics 2018 Recipe research: Aaron Seto, Kelsey Clarke, Sandra Kilmartin, and McCoy Ma
SuperChefs Spring Newsletter 2018
Throwback to the beginning years….stay tuned for news about our 10 Year celebration!
pH and our Teeth
What is pH? p stands for power, H stands for hydrogen. The pH level in the mouth affects the health of our teeth and gums. We control the pH through the foods we eat. Controlling the pH in the mouth helps reduce the acids in our mouths, thereby reducing our risk for cavities, gum disease, and tooth decay.
Explore the Sweet Side of Your Drink
Did You Know? SUGAR SWEETENED BEVERAGES ARE popular all year round, but when the weather starts to get warm we tend to reach for them more often. Many beverages that are sold today such as sports drinks, juices, soda pop and energy drinks contain high amounts of sugar but very few nutrients.