The Cancer Project, a national nonprofit group dedicated to advancing cancer prevention through education and research, is offering a free eight-session cooking course designed to help Scottsdale residents prevent and survive cancer through proper diet and nutrition.
The classes take place 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. Wednesdays through March 12 at the Virginia G. Piper Cancer Center, 10460 N. 92nd St., in the Education Conference Room.
• Jan. 23: Fueling Up on Low-Fat Foods.
• Jan. 30: Favoring Fiber.
• Feb. 6: Discovering Dairy Alternatives.
• Feb. 13: Replacing Meat.
• Feb. 20: Planning Healthy Meals.
• Feb. 27: Antioxidants and Phytochemicals.
• March 5: Immune-Boosting Foods.
• March 12: Maintaining a Healthy Weight.
For information, visit www.cancerproject.org or call (202) 244-5038.