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OfflineEventAttendanceMode Swain County Senior Center, 125 Brendle St, Bryson City, NC 28713 Swain County Senior Center, 125 Brendle St, Bryson City, NC 28713 Swain County Center 3 months ago

Good intentions and knowledge about health are not enough to make people healthier. If we think about it, we are reminded daily to make nutritious food choices, to be more active and to get plenty of sleep, We know what we are suppose to do.

Unless we put our knowledge into action, our health status is not going to improve. Changing our habits can be hard.

In this 6-week class, (January 11 - February 15) participants are encouraged to explore healthy and delicious recipes. By concentrating on changing two simple behaviors, we can improve our health.

Eating like those who live in the Mediterranean region has been shown to promote health and decrease risk of many chronic diseases.

Adding more fruits and vegetables to your meal plan and choosing to be more active can help you maintain a healthy weight.

If you're interested in:

  • having a chance to try delicious recipes based on the "Mediterranean Way"

  • finding that you have the confidence to change two simple behaviors

  • joining a supportive group to share recipes, learn easy exercises to do at home and have a chance to socialize

  • setting goals to start new habits, have the tools to track your success and gain a sense of accomplishment

  • learning how to overcome potential obstacles with strategies and solutions.

Then you're ready to sign up for Eat Smart & Live Strong!

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