The Three Cs: Consistency, Commitment & Confidence

Millie Snyder combines group support with laughter and compassion based on the foundation of the Mediterranean Diet to help you improve your health and lose weight. ​ Fix it with Food! That's the slogan Millie uses to explain the Succeed program. It is all about the three Cs: Consistency, Commitment and that leads to Confidence. ​ Based on the healthy way of eating practiced throughout the world, Millie Snyder’s SUCCEED will help you lose weight and take control of your life without dieting. ​ The Meditteranean Lifestyle isn't complicated, but isn't that what we all want? The Mediterranean diet emphasizes: Eating primarily plant-based foods, such as fruits and vegetables, whole grains, legum

Millie Snyder Enjoyed a Successful Showing at the Southern Obesity Summit

The Southern Obesity Summit (SOS), billed as the largest regional obesity prevention event in the United States, drawing hundreds of participants from 16 Southern States, found Millie Snyder showcasing herself and her recipe books, Lean & Luscious. Attendees from Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, Missouri, New Mexico, North Carolina, Oklahoma, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Virginia and West Virginia visited with Millie to learn more about healthy eating and leading a healthy lifestyle. Her Lean and Luscious cookbooks have hundreds of recipes to choose from that are both healthy and taste great! Her passion lies in seeing people live heathy yet tasty l

Improving Your Eating Habits

From: CDC Are you looking to improve your eating habits? Do you understand the importance of viewing food as medicine? This information for the CDC is insightful. When it comes to eating, we have strong habits. Some are good ("I always eat breakfast"), and some are not so good ("I always clean my plate"). Although many of our eating habits were established during childhood, it doesn't mean it's too late to change them. Making sudden, radical changes to eating habits such as eating nothing but cabbage soup, can lead to short term weight loss. However, such radical changes are neither healthy nor a good idea, and won't be successful in the long run. Permanently improving your eating habits req

Millie Snyder to Participate in the 12th Annual Southern Obesity Summit

Millie Snyder also owns and operates The Shape Shop to give people a chance to eat healthy food, will be participating in the 12th Annual Southern Obesity Summit in Charleston, WVa on October 22-24, 2018 at the Charleston Convention Center. She will be exhibiting and offering her Lean and Luscious cookbooks, which have hundreds of recipes to choose from that are both healthy and taste great! The 12th Annual Southern Obesity Summit is the largest regional obesity prevention event in the United States, drawing hundreds of participants from 16 Southern States consisting of Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, Missouri, New Mexico, North Carolina, Oklahoma, Sout

Changing Your Habits for Better Health

From: National Institute for Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases Are you thinking about being more active? Have you been trying to cut back on less healthy foods? Are you starting to eat better and move more but having a hard time sticking with these changes? Old habits die hard. Changing your habits is a process that involves several stages. Sometimes it takes a while before changes become new habits. And, you may face roadblocks along the way. Adopting new, healthier habits may protect you from serious health problems like obesity and diabetes. New habits, like healthy eating and regular physical activity, may also help you manage your weight and have more energy. After a while, if

8 Major Benefits of the Mediterranean Diet

From: Dr. Axe The history and tradition of the Mediterranean diet come from the historic eating and social patterns of the regions around southern Italy, Greece, Turkey and Spain. Not only is the Mediterranean diet a tasty way to eat, drink and live, but it’s also a realistic and sustainable way to reduce disease-causing inflammation and lose weight, too (or maintain a healthy weight). The Mediterranean diet has long been one of the healthiest diets known to man. But it’s not just a diet or even a way of eating … it’s really a way of life. Because for thousands of years people living along the Mediterranean coast have indulged in a high-fiber diet of fruits and vegetables, also including qua

Mediterranean Diet 101: A Meal Plan and Beginner's Guide

From: Healthline By: Kris Gunnars, BSc I you been hearing a lot about the Mediterranean Diet? But didn't know where to begin on planning the meals? This information by Healthline is very helpful. The Mediterranean diet is based on the traditional foods that people used to eat in countries like Italy and Greece back in 1960. Researchers noted that these people were exceptionally healthy compared to Americans and had a low risk of many lifestyle diseases. Numerous studies have now shown that the Mediterranean diet can cause weight loss and help prevent heart attacks, strokes, type 2 diabetes and premature death. There is no one right way to follow the Mediterranean diet, as there are many coun

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