GETTING THE SNACK ATTACK URGE? CYNTHIA SASS HAS A HANDFUL OF IDEAS ON HOW TO GET THROUGH YOUR DAY –IN A CINCH!
Announcing the 30 Days of Snacking with Cynthia Sass sweepstakes!
Enter to win a personalized nutrition consultation and food shopping trip with one of the country's most notable nutrition experts, Cynthia Sass!
Cynthia is a registered dietitian, author of the New York Times bestselling book S.A.S.S! Yourself Slim: Conquer Cravings, Drop Pounds and Lose Inches (HarperOne, 2012), contributing editor to Self magazine and the nutrition consultant to the New York Rangers and Tampa Bay Rays.
You and a friend could be whisked away to sunny Los Angeles or lively New York City to meet with Cynthia and get a personalized, 30-day snacking plan, based on your tastes, nutrition needs and lifestyle. You’ll also get a year’s supply of almonds and a stylish tin to carry a daily handful.
About the Book:
Cinch! By Cynthia Sass, MPh, RD
Author and registered dietitian Cynthia Sass
Registered dietitian Cynthia Sass follows up her popular book The Flat Belly Diet with this year’s Cinch!, a book that outlines simple eating plans for weight loss that feature nutrient-dense ingredients, like almonds. In fact, almonds feature as one of the five foods Sass recommends to jump-start your metabolism to begin a weight loss program, as well as an important ingredient in a diet to maintain a healthy weight. But what diet plan includes chocolate? This one does.
provides a wealth of easy-to-read information on why these foods are nutritious and good for sustaining weight loss, in addition to the tools and knowledge of how to use them. Sass provides a ‘5-piece puzzle’ perspective on meals; five ingredients with different spices and herbs equal a variety of menu options to keep any hunger satisfied.
But that’s just the first week of the “Fast Forward” plan; Sass’s book also comes with thirty days' worth of quick-fix, satisfying meals and teaches you a simple strategy for creating your own, so you know exactly what, how much, and when to eat, whether you're at home, at a restaurant, or on vacation.
In addition to Sass's plan, Cinch!
also features expert tips and advice, several first-hand accounts from real people, daily journals, grocery-shopping lists, chapters on exercise and emotional eating, and a month's worth of recipes—customizable for meat eaters, vegetarians, and vegans. Recipes like Pear Ginger Almond Pancakes and the Turkey Almond Pita make this diet sound delicious.
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1 Scientific evidence suggests but does not prove that eating 1.5 ounces per day of most nuts, such as almonds, as part of a diet low in saturated fat and cholesterol may reduce the risk of heart disease.
2 Good news about fat. U.S. Dietary Guidelines recommend that the majority of your fat intake be unsaturated. One serving of almonds (28g) has 13g of fat and only 1g of saturated fat.