Healthy Eating & Cooking Classes

Take advantage of healthy eating and cooking classes at OU Health Harold Hamm Diabetes Center in Oklahoma City and Tulsa to improve your perspective on life with diabetes and expand circle of care.

Good Food, Good Friends, Experts in Diabetes Care

Learn new skills to live well with diabetes while you also make new friends and get support from experts in nutrition, endocrinology and more. Even if you live with a health condition like diabetes or prediabetes, you can discover new ways to enjoy the foods you love while keeping your health on track, reducing your risk for disease or complications, gaining new friends and getting the professional support you need.

Love to Cook Learning Series

Due to COVID-19, in-person cooking classes are not occurring at this time. Visit the blog for our latest recipes and tips.

Live On Home Cooking!

Experience Harold Hamm Diabetes Center’s Chickasaw Nation Teaching Kitchen in these beginner-level cooking workshops for adults with diabetes. You’ll learn simple ways to modify your cooking for better health as you work with Certified Diabetes Care and Education Specialists® and registered dietitians (RD). Each session includes:

  • Narrated cooking demonstration with Q&A
  • Healthful recipes you can practice in your own kitchen with minimal ingredients and fuss
  • Tips on planning your meals
  • Guidance on seasonal foods and cooking methods
  • Free samples of foods prepared in class

Eligibility Requirements

To enroll in Live On Home Cooking!, you must have completed the Diabetes Self-Management Training Program.

Generous support of Harold Hamm Diabetes Center donors and partners makes this program available to participants at no cost.

Call (405) 271-1000, press 1 for appointments and ask about enrolling in Live On Home Cooking! workshops.

Request an Appointment

Request an appointment to connect with diabetes care and treatment experts at Harold Hamm Diabetes Center in Oklahoma City and Tulsa. Get started on your comprehensive diabetes treatment program today.