150 Slim-Down Strategies and No-Cook Food Fixes

03 Nov, 2010, 13:17 ET from Patricia Bannan, MS, RD

LOS ANGELES, Nov. 3, 2010 /PRNewswire/ -- People barely have time to breathe, especially during the hectic holiday season, let alone worry about their nutritional intake. Based on the latest research on health and nutrition, dietitian Patricia Bannan's new book, EAT RIGHT WHEN TIME IS TIGHT: 150 Slim-Down Strategies and No-Cook Food Fixes (NorLightsPress, 2010) empowers readers to make smart choices, even when they're tired, stressed and overwhelmed. As a result they'll have more energy, a happier mood, and lose weight – without suffering.



This book is packed with doable, practical, "no-time/no-brainer" meals and snacks that will help people gain time and lose weight.  Most importantly, every hour gained in their day and every year gained in their life will be quality time of feeling healthy, productive and energized. Designed for people on the go, this book is perfect for Kindle readers and iPhone enthusiasts.

Inside EAT RIGHT WHEN TIME IS TIGHT, readers will learn: 

  • The 10 Master Strategies to eat right when time is tight
  • To beat the scale with a breakfast boost
  • Eat-on-the-run lunch options
  • Supper strategies that work
  • How to supercharge your snacks
  • Tips for navigating holidays, travel and special occasions
  • Meal plans for typical (and not-so-typical) days

"In this book, Patricia uncovers the Holy Grail of weight loss on the go: A complete, yet simple plan that will actually work for you — and will keep on working," says Anne M. Russel, Editor-in-Chief, VIV magazine.

For more information on EAT RIGHT WHEN TIME IS TIGHT visit Order a copy today at Amazon, Barnes & Noble, or wherever books are sold.


Nutrition Expert & Author Patricia Bannan, MS, RD, has appeared as a guest expert on more than thirty news shows nationwide, including NBC's Today show, and is a former health correspondent for CNN. She often writes for and is interviewed by national print outlets, including The New York Times, People magazine, and the Associated Press. Passionate about helping children and families live healthier lives, Patricia's creative and doable health messages reach 6 million people each day through the in-school and corporate wellness programs of Health-E-tips, Inc. For more information, visit


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