Tuesday, November 23, 2010

Cinch®-ify Your Holiday Eating

Cinch MontageHoliday season is upon us. A time to celebrate with family and friends and enjoy the wonderful traditional holiday foods you grew up with. Most foods, even your favorite holiday treats can fit into a healthy eating plan. The secret is moderation, balance and learning how to make your favorites just a bit healthier.
CinchClub.com is an excellent resource for surviving the holidays and sticking to those upcoming New Year’s resolutions.
Did you know? If your recipe calls for dry bread crumbs, you can try using rolled oats or crushed bran cereal instead? Or, that if you leave the skin on your mashed potatoes and puree them it retains more vitamins, minerals and fiber?
You will find a chart that lists healthier ingredient substitutions to help modify your traditional holiday recipes, how to make simple modifications to your favorite dishes that can make a big difference, yummy holiday recipes and more right now at Cinchclub.com.
But, Cinchclub.com isn’t just for the holidays. Check it out for other great articles on nutrition, fitness and mind matters to help keep you informed, healthy and motivated on your path to Cinch success, along with success stories, community forums and much more.
Here is a fun and delicious recipe to spice up your holidays!
Love pumpkin pie, but still trying to stick to your Cinch plan over the Holidays? Try this Pumpkin Spice shake recipe to add some variety to your shake. It tastes just like pumpkin pie!

Cinch® Pumpkin Spice Shake Recipe
2 scoops Cinch Vanilla Shake Mix
8 oz non-fat milk or low fat soy milk
2 tbsp canned pumpkin
½ tsp pumpkin spice
Dash of vanilla extract
Dash of cinnamon
4 – 6 ice cubes

Blend until creamy.

286 calories, 24 g protein, 42 g carbohydrate, 3 g fat*
*Nutrient values when non-fat milk is used
Visit Cinchclub.com for more tasty and inspiring recipes you can enjoy during the holidays!

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