Published August 7, 2007 05:52 PM

Culinary Expert Takes Aim At Fad Diets

GREENVILLE, S.C. - Celebrity chef Keith Snow is taking aim at fad diets using the power of media and delicious, sustainable culinary practices. For years, Snow points out, Americans have been sold "lose weight fast solutions" as tools for living a better life. Harvest Eating - the orginization he founded - focuses on combining the enjoyment of seasonal, organic, local foods to health benefits, and overall environmental benefits of following a healthy lifestyle.

With nearly a quarter of Americans buying organic products once a week and approximately 70% of the total U.S. Internet audience viewing videos online each month, Harvest Eating is using the latest market trends to send a healthy, positive food message into the marketplace. Visitors to learn about the benefits of eating seasonal, organic and local foods and where to find them. Then, they have access to a full video recipe database where Chef Snow shows them how to prepare the foods in simple, easy-to-follow methods through streaming videos. Each recipe has been designed to highlight the healthy ingredients while making the user look like a star in the kitchen.

"Harvest Eating really is important to me for a number of reasons," said Chef Keith Snow, Harvest Eating's founder. "For years I've watched people fall prey to fad diets promising a multitude of benefits that are simply not sustainable, nor healthy. Harvest Eating is an opportunity to use my 20 years of culinary experience to promote long-term health and sustainability for the people who use it and for the environment as a whole."

Chef Keith Snow, a 20-year culinary expert and a nationally respected authority on seasonal, organic and local foods, founded Harvest Eating in 2006. was re-launched in July 2007 to provide a progressive, welcoming resource for those seeking to adopt a healthier lifestyle through seasonal, organic and local foods. Harvest Eating TV is currently in production with a tentative National Public Television debut date in early 2008.

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