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Hungry Girl and Tyson Foods Team Up for New Year’s Weight Loss Resolutions

February 21, 2012

Multi-channel phenomenon Hungry Girl has teamed up with Arkansas-based frozen foods giant Tyson Foods to help women safely lose weight during the first month of the new year in 2012.

 

About the Hungry Girl-Meets-Tyson Program

 

The weight loss educational/motivational program – known as “30 Days, 30 Ways, 30 Rewards” – will feature a different recipe every day. The program wants to focus on helping women lose weight gradually during the new year instead of trying to lose too much weight, too soon.

 

The key here is “one click a day”, according to Tyson and Hungry Girl. Readers can check the program’s website daily for a healthy recipe (under 500 calories), a clever tip, and a chance at winning a health-themed prize.

 

Where Does Tyson Factor Into Hungry Girl’s Weight Loss Program?

 

Hungry Girl cites Tyson’s Grilled & Ready line of frozen chicken and beef products as the perfect solution to losing weight during the new year.

 

“Convenient meal staples are key,” says Lillien. “Items like veggies, high-fiber tortillas, and plenty of protein.”

 

As you might guess, everyone’s favorite hungry girl goes on to recommend the Grilled & Ready line of food products as a tasty and convenient solution for helping weight loss in 2012.

 

How Else does the Program Work?

 

The 30 Days, 30 Ways, 30 Rewards program also encourages:

 

  • Swapping out “indulgent” foods for lower-calorie substitutes. One recommended swap is using “thin bagels” (available at most major grocery stores) and light cream cheese to really cut back on the weekly calories.
  • Change up meals and snacks. Too much of the same thing can get you caught in a “food rut”, the program claims. Readers are encouraged not to let their taste buds get bored!
  • Indulge thyself. Occasional indulgences are encouraged. This little bit of psychology will probably help keep many on the program who would’ve otherwise fallen off, and lead to more (instead of less) weight loss.

 

That’s the program in a nutshell. Lillien & her Hungry Girl program have been all over the Web, television, bookstores, and other media ever since 2004. It will be interesting to see who she teams up with next.