New Gluten Free Living program offered for adults on Nov. 13 at RPCC
Gain new insight about why gluten free items are popping up more and more in the grocery store through a new program being offered by the Johnson County Park & Recreation District in mid-November.
Gluten Free Living is the name of this program, which is for ages 18 and older. During this informational session, participants will take part in a comprehensive discussion about the benefits of eating a gluten-free diet for health reasons and/or weight loss. Participants will receive practical information about dietary outcomes and popular gluten-free products, as well as tips for altering favorite recipes to adapt to this new lifestyle.
To find this program in the JCPRD’s Activities catalog and online listings, browse first under adult and then under fitness & health. In the catalog and when using the website’s advanced search, look for the keyword "health.”
This program will take place at 6:30 p.m. on Wednesday, Nov. 13, at the Roeland Park Community Center, 4850 Rosewood Dr., Roeland Park. The cost for this one-hour program is $31 per person for Johnson County residents or $34 for nonresidents.
The JCPRD Activities catalog, with information and a registration form, is available for pickup at all Johnson County Library branches. For more information or to register, call (913) 831-3359. To register online and for updated program listings, visit the district's website at www.jcprd.com.
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