Restaurant cooks up some healthy options

Nudge Nudge campaign at Temujin restaurant: Left to right are: Audrey Smith (although from Phoenix FM Radio), Nicola Gibson, David Johnson, (owner of Temujin), Janice Kelly and Gaynor Scholefield (public health manager, NHS Calderdale).
Nudge Nudge campaign at Temujin restaurant: Left to right are: Audrey Smith (although from Phoenix FM Radio), Nicola Gibson, David Johnson, (owner of Temujin), Janice Kelly and Gaynor Scholefield (public health manager, NHS Calderdale).

A RESTAURANT in Sowerby Bridge has hosted a healthy eating masterclass as par ot NHS Calderdale’s Change4Life campaign.

The campaign’s Nudge Nudge project - which aims to help people make healthier food choices - enlisted the help of Temujin restaurant this week.

The restaurant’s customers took part in food-tasting sessions and also learned first-hand tips and advice on meal choices.

Restaurant owner David Johnson said: “This campaign highlights the calorific value of the food and drink consumed by restaurant and pub customers, so we felt it was important to get involved as we have a vested interest in their health and wellbeing.”

Gaynor Scholefield, of Change4Life, said: “Evenings like this raise even greater awareness of our overall aim to combat obesity in Calderdale.”