Eating healthier just got a little easier with the assistance of Snap Kitchen’s first series of e-books written by their in-house Registered Dietitian, Andrea Hinsdale.
Snap Kitchen, a Texas leader and innovator in the healthy takeaway dining segment launched the books in an effort to a back to basics approach to finding every individual’s “lifestyle eating plan.” The first book by Hinsdale, a member of the American Dietetic Association and the Austin Dietetic Association, was launched in May 2014. Hinsdale oversee nutrition/wellness education and recipe analysis for Snap Kitchen’s menu items for all of their 11 locations in Texas.
"It is our hope that its availability as a free, downloadable e-book will help us reach a broader audience and allow greater numbers of readers access to the mind/body solutions that have been so effective at Snap Kitchen,” said Daniel Helfman, director of marketing for Snap Kitchen. “One of our brand pillars is education and this e-book has been designed to motivate individuals to discover the rewards of healthy living.”
Our Current State, the first in the series, highlights the cost of obesity and offers proof that a “lifestyle change” really works. Follow up chapters to the series will be released later this year and detail more widely recognized lifestyle programs such as the Mediterranean Diet and Vegetarianism.
Hinsdale’s goal is to break down each diet and detail the pros/cons aiding individuals so they may ﬁnd components that work for them. According to Hinsdale, “There’s not one program that works for everybody, so the following diet reviews will help you ﬁnd the best way to adopt and implement new, healthy habits that will last a lifetime.”
According to Marketdata Enterprises, Americans spend in excess of 60 billion dollars per year on dieting and the diet industry is a booming business with 27% of the population currently on a diet. Hinsdale addresses these stats and the effect on the growing national waistline by laying out the dietary and nutritional advice and encouraging individuals to skip the fast fix diet and commit to a lifetime of healthy diet and exercise.