Youth Led Nutrition Education Session

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Good Food for All provides a variety of peer leadership opportunities for youth in our programs. Our leadership opportunities are designed to help youth develop responsibility, organizational skills, management skills, public speaking skills, and food skills, all while helping their community.

Smoothies with john

John Graham has been an active member of the Eastside Afterschool Program for the last two years. He’s the first youth to participate in one of our peer leadership opportunities. In 2017, John was Good Food’s Foodie of the Year, an award given out annually to a youth who excels in our nutrition education sessions and incorporates the lessons into their daily life.

John took initiative and offered to share his food skills with his peers by teaching a nutrition education session. He reaserched smoothie recipes, made a shopping list and presented his smoothies to the class using the magic bullet he was awarded as Foodie of the Year.

John demonstrated a variety of options using his favourite ingredients. He encouraged his peers to experiment and discover their own favourite smoothie recipe!

Johns smoothie Ingredients
  • Pineapple
  • Frozen berries
  • Coconut milk
  • Almond milk
  • Kale
  • Spinach
  • Hemp hearts
  • Bananas
Quote from john

“I was happy to share what Good Food for All taught me about nutrition with my friends. Good Food has helped me develop the skills I need to lead a happy and healthy life and I think everyone deserves that chance.”

– John Graham, 18


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John and Gracie at the Eastside Afterschool Program Year End Party

Good Food is passionate about helping young leaders develop their food and professional skills. We aspire to inspire a creative mindset and provide a positive space for youth to develop their passions.

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