NEW YORK, Nov. 14, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Thanksgiving is around the corner and after that comes Christmas, Hanukkah and New Year's. This is the time of the year when most of us worry about resisting temptations that unchecked will pack on unneeded pounds. Swee Lin Lim, author of the new book 10 Easy Habits of Eating Well, Being Well, who is much slimmer and more beautiful at 45 than she was in her twenties, has made a careful study of how to healthfully combine foods during the holidays.
Applying the same principles she does in her job as a management consultant to this tricky topic, she will reveal:
- Why you don't need to count calories during the holidays.
- How to eat what you want without gaining weight.
- What you should eat for breakfast and lunch before you eat traditional Thanksgiving foods. This trick avoids a spike in glucose levels.
- The right time to eat your pumpkin pie (and other desserts) so it doesn't go to your waist.
About Swee Lin Lim
A former McKinsey consultant who wanted to be a nutritionist, Swee Lin Lim has extensively studied research from nutritionists, neurologists, dermatologists and other health professionals. She has spoken before the Association of Women Doctors in Singapore. Swee Lin was a finalist on the third season of Amazing Food Challenge. She earned her MBA from The Wharton School and received her undergraduate degree from the London School of Economics. She began her own company, Fig & Blossom, in 2016 to publish her book and promote health, healing and happiness. Based in Singapore, Swee Lin Lim will be in the New York and Philadelphia area from Nov. 25 through Dec. 5.
Availability: New York and Philadelphia, nationwide by arrangement and via telephone
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