Friday, January 7, 2011

Cinch! Review...

How is everyone feeling after the crush of yummy holiday food?  All that rich food can lead to too tight waistbands hence one of America's number one New Year's Resolutions....lose weight!  Just in time for those resolutions is Cinch! by Cynthia Sass.  Here is Cinch!  in a nutshell...

There are no calories to count; no points or grams to memorize.

Just begin choosing four daily meals from over one hundred delicious options (along with a mandatory daily chocolate escape), and you're well on your way to achieving your weight-loss goals. In thirty days on the Cinch! plan, you'll shed pounds and inches—and overcome emotional eating in the process.

Acclaimed weight-loss expert Cynthia Sass has arrived at the exciting secret to sustainable weight loss: her innovative combinations of clean, nutrient-rich foods not only maximize fat-burning but also deliver a faster, healthier metabolism forever. Following the plan is as simple as putting together an easy-to-understand fivepiece puzzle at every meal and enjoying four delicious, easy-to-prepare meals in addition to a chocolate treat. The Cinch! plan includes a full thirty days' worth of quick-fix, satisfying meals and teaches you a simple strategy for creating your own, so you know exactly what, how much, and when to eat, whether you're at home, at a restaurant, or on vacation. Cinch! makes weight loss simple, with meals you'll look forward to eating (no "diet" foods). And best of all, Sass starts her plan with an innovative five-day "Fast Forward," which jump-starts the plan's impressive results and will leave you feeling lighter and healthier.

If you've been trying to eat more clean, natural, and organic foods, but have lacked the structure needed to lose weight, this is the exact plan you've been waiting for. Cinch! includes every tool you'll need for weightloss success: Sass's proven plan, expert tips and advice, daily journals, grocery-shopping lists, chapters on exercise and emotional eating, and a month's worth of recipes—customizable for meat eaters, vegetarians, and vegans. You'll enjoy Chocolate Pear Ginger Smoothies, JalapeÑo Guacamole, and Chicken Pesto Pitas—to name just a few luscious Cinch! options! 

Best of all, Cinch! weight loss is lasting weight loss. In one month, you'll recalibrate your body, freeing yourself from cravings and erratic eating, and begin a satisfying new relationship with food. With Sass's expertise behind you, you'll be empowered to continue creating Cinch!-friendly meals and feel inspired by a wealth of new eating habits—making this so much more than a diet.

My thoughts?   I am an "all in" kind of girl so instant gratification really appeals to me.  If you eat as restrictive as suggested in the Fast Forward portion you will lose weight quickly no doubt about it.  The quick weight loss would be great, however, I am not sure I  have it in me to stick to the plan and still run after the kiddos.  I am more apt to do the remainder or the program which I think makes lots of sense and is relatively easy to follow.  Sass gives straight forward advice, lets you have treats (hooray for chocolate!) and the books is filled with yummy, good for you recipes.  Cinch! is a great way to get those New Year's resolutions underway whether you follow the entire plan or skip the Fast Forward portion.  Follow this plan and you will be a healthier you in don't even have to put down the chocolate!  You can learn more on Cynthia Sass's website and by following her on Facebook and Twitter.  You can pick up a copy of Cinch! on Amazon...

Disclosure:  I was given a copy of Cinch!  for purpose of review.  The opinions in this post are my own and have not been edited by anyone else.  I was not compensated for this review.

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