Class provides nutritional enlightenment for Marines


Last updated 2/18/2010 at Noon

Lance Cpl. Jonathan Koester, water sanitation technician, Combat Logistics Battalion 13, 1st Marine Logistic Group, reviews nutrition information during a Nutrition 101 class held at Camp Pendleton

Marines must stay mentally and physically fit in order to effectively defend our Nation against its enemies.

To stay in shape, physical training is vital, but eating healthy is equally important.

Camp Pendleton Marine Corps Community Services, Semper Fit division, has a monthly nutrition class to get service members educated about eating right.

Nutrition 101 is a one-hour class that is geared to individuals who want to lose weight, or just want to learn how to eat healthy.

“Many Marines have lots of misconceptions about nutrition,” said Lana Thompson, health promotion educator, Semp...

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