Feeding the NHPI Community During A Pandemic
‘Tis the Season of Stone Fruits!
It’s Finally Summer!
Let’s Learn about Edamame!
By Courtney Shojinaga, Health Educator
Ulam, Malunggay, and MyPlate: Creating a Culturally Tailored Health Educator Guide for Filipino Americans
Learning About Kale at KYCC’s Kids Town
By Courtney Shojinaga, Health Educator For the past three weeks, the preschoolers at KYCC have learning about one of the vegetables that they are growing in their own garden- kale! One health benefit of kale is its high content of Vitamin K, which aids with the formation of blood clots after injuries. To make this […]
Pop-Up Produce Stand at Beardslee
Have ya heard? We have a brand-new partnership with Beardslee Elementary School and City of Hope National Medical Center to host a pop-up produce stand! Once a month, we are bringing fresh produce from the farmers we work with through Food Roots to source 150 pounds of yummy fruits and vegetables to families at the […]
HEAL Intern Spotlight: Leon Foster
What have you been doing as an intern with APIFM? While working with APIFM, I was part of numerous nutrition workshops tailored to older adults and young children. These workshops were no more than a hour long and contained tastings, demos, games, and review questions. It was a little nerve-racking at first to be thrown […]
API Foward Movement Lauches Healthy Eating Workshops at Castelar Elementary in LA Chinatown
Download this press release as a PDF. In late January 2019, Asian Pacific Islander Forward Movement (APIFM) launched multiple healthy eating workshop series at Castelar Elementary School in Los Angeles’s Chinatown neighborhood. Each series is at least six weeks long, and aims to promote healthy eating behaviors such as increasing fruit and vegetable intake, reducing […]