BISMARCK, N.D. - Many who are still keeping to their new years resolutions have another option for eating healthy. The Bis-man Community Co-op hosted the first of four sessions of Food as Medicine using a sister science to yoga called Ayurveda.
The four week class focuses on learning how the body reacts to different foods and nutrients. Instructor Brenda Stone says that's the key to living a healthier lifestyle.
"I give them the tools to figure out what they need because this is not, this is a science but it's not an exact science," said Brenda Stone, Ayurveda Instructor.
The classes will meet for the next three Saturdays at the food co-op.