BALDWIN — There are many important choices to make for a mother and her baby. Making sure the mother is eating right and maintaining a healthy lifestyle can be one of the hardest, which is why Family Health Care has partnered with Michigan State University Extension to offer Today’s Mom.

Today’s Mom is a nutrition education program that will help moms-to-be make the right choices when it comes to nutrition and healthy lifestyle choices. The class focuses on healthy eating for the mother and baby, importance of reading food labels, making healthy choices, staying active and easy menu planning.

“This program really focuses on the best ways to keep our expecting moms healthy,” said Tammy Burrell, community health worker at Family Health Care. “Finding out you are pregnant can be overwhelming and we hope this program can help make some of those lifestyle choices easier.”

This free program will be from 5 to 4 pm. on Tuesday, Oct. 31, Nov. 7, Nov. 14, Nov. 21 and Nov. 28  at Baldwin Family Health Care located at 1615 Michigan Avenue in Baldwin. Participants are encouraged to attend all six sessions.

Expecting mothers who want to make sure they are healthy as well as their baby can register for this program by calling Tammy Burrell at (231) 745-5052 or Kendra Gibson, RD, at (231) 845-3363.