Sima’s plan for HEALTHFUL EATING

The key to Cohen’s healthy eating program is to compose menus using what she calls 'PCF: power proteins, complex carbs, and friendly fats.'

By FAYE LEVY, YAKIR LEVY
January 11, 2018 17:55
Full-filling butternut squash soup

Full-filling butternut squash soup. (photo credit: YAKIR LEVY)

 
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‘Eat protein, carbs and fat at every meal except dinner,” recommended nutritionist Sima Cohen at her recent cooking demonstration. At dinner, substitute vegetables for the carbs, she suggested. Cohen, who was promoting her new cookbook Sima’s Healthy Indulgence: 100 Revamped, Guilt-Free Recipes to Transform your Life, emphasized that her plan “is not a weight-loss program; it’s a healthy living plan.... Changing your lifestyle will bring weight loss with it.”

The key to Cohen’s healthy eating program is to compose menus using what she calls “PCF: power proteins, complex carbs, and friendly fats.”

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