CrimFit Nutrition Program

The Crim Fitness Foundation works with children and adults in a variety of settings in the Flint community to teach them the importance of fruits, vegetables, low-fat dairy, whole grains and lean protein.

Healthy Recipe

For the month of August, we are highlighting a delicious grape smoothie recipe.

Click below to learn how to make this refreshing smoothie!

Featured Staff Member

Sarah Schroeder: Sarah graduated from Michigan State University with a Bachelors Degree of Science in Dietetics. Sarah completed one service term with FoodCorps in Flint and nearly completed a second before accepting a position as our Nutrition Program Coordinator. Sarah also dedicates a portion of her times as Crim's first Garden Program Coordinator, supporting garden-based education thorughout the Flint area. Sarah is passionate about delivering quality nutrition education to underserved communities. Sarah has a dog, Gypsy, and two cats, Walter and Grizzly. When she's not tirelessly working to improve local access to healthy foods, Sarah enjoys doing anything outdoors, from hiking to kayaking.

Tip of the Month

Our City's own Flint Fresh HUB was recently featured in an article from the American Heart Association. In the article, the American Heart Association refers to evidence-based research from the US Department of Agriculture that notes "Adults who can't regularly buy nutritious foods are more likely to develop heart disease or have a stroke...Those facing food insecurity are also more likely to have high blood pressure and diabetes, both risk factors for cardiovascular disease." This program and the growing local food scene here in Flint paint a bright picture for the future of community nutrition and public health in our wonderful city!