A new program that brings low-income community members together to make changes in overall health and fitness is in its second 12 week session at the Saskatoon Foodbank and Learning Centre. The FoodFit program supports members of the community to become better nourished and more active. It focuses on cooking healthy meals, doing a 30 minute physical activity and learning more about nutrition and fitness. Chelsea Leslie of the Saskatoon Foodbank says the classes include cooking, take home recipes, group exercises and group and individual goal setting. Leslie says the program is for all ages as the youngest student she’s had was 17 and the oldest being 85. The overall purpose of the class is to teach students about the connection between eating and physical activity. A third 12 week session of FoodFit classes is set to begin in September.