Authors & Events
Authors & Events
Apr 22, 2008
| ISBN 9780307410139
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Apr 22, 2008 | ISBN 9780307410139
Every day millions of dieters go hungry in the name of weight loss. But the truth is that while skipping meals and starving yourself will make you tired, crabby, and hungry, it won’t make you one pound lighter. That’s why renowned nutritionist Keri Glassman wants you to ruin your appetite with snacks. Craving a creamy snack between breakfast and lunch? Have one. Need the energy a sweet or salty snack brings toward the end of the workday? Go ahead. Because if you want to be more energetic, feel younger, and lose weight, you have to eat more. Studies show that people who snack when they’re hungry feel more satisfied and consume fewer calories overall than those who don’t. Unlike dieters who are ravenous between meals, snackers eat when their bodies—not the clock—tell them to, so they’re less likely to overeat at mealtimes. Snacking wisely—on nutrient-dense foods like the delicious options in this book—keeps you feeling totally satisfied all day long.In The Snack Factor Diet, Glassman reveals how snacking helps: • Keep your metabolism revved • Maintain high energy levels • Slow the aging process• Put an end to hunger-related mood swings• Eliminate sugar cravings With an easy-to-follow menu plan, delicious recipes, and more than a hundred sweet, creamy, crunchy, and salty snacks to choose from, The Snack Factor Diet takes the deprivation out of dieting. You can eat the foods you crave while you lose weight and feel great.
KERI GLASSMAN, M.S., R.D., is the president of KKG Body Fuel, Inc., a nutrition, counseling, and consulting practice, and the founder and president of KeriBar, a nutrition snack bar company. She received her M.S. in clinical nutrition from New York… More about Keri Glassman
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