RightSize Smoothies in the Spotlight on The Balancing Act Airing on Lifetime Television
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For best results when printing this announcement, please click on the link below: http://pdf.reuters.com/pdfnews/pdfnews.asp?i=43059c3bf0e37541&u=urn:newsml:reuters.com:20130404:nPnMN88471 Women Learn How RightSize Smoothies Can Help Them On Their Weight Loss Journey. CHICAGO, April 4, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- RightSize Health & Nutrition is in the spotlight this month on the popular Lifetime Television show, The Balancing Act, where women on a weight-loss journey learn how nutrient-packed RightSize smoothies can help them reach their goal. The show's Mission Makeover series follows three women as they work to lose weight and achieve healthier lifestyles with the help of a motivating team of health and fitness professionals. (Logo: Photo - http://photos.prnewswire.com/prnh/20130320/MN79694LOGO) RightSize, a leader in weight-loss products, was invited to participate in the show and appears in a segment on two episodes of The Balancing Act airing on April 1 and 8 at 7 am (ET/PT). The show can also be viewed online at http://www.thebalancingact.com/video/?v=ICT84MJFX04598. Watch the ladies mix up and enjoy RightSize on air. The consensus: delicious! "The Mission Makeover series provided us with a great opportunity to showcase both RightSize smoothies and our commitment to healthy weight loss," explains Laurie Chapman, Brand Manager of RightSize. "We're very excited to be a part of it!" Chapman appears in a segment sharing the benefits of RightSize with the Mission Makeover participants. RightSize smoothies' rich, decadent taste makes them a welcome addition to any weight-loss plan, she explains. "They are so delicious, you actually feel like you're cheating!" Chapman points out the importance of the one-two punch of high protein and fiber in RightSize, the key combination that curbs hunger and makes one feel satisfied longer. She also shared the results of an independent 12-week clinical trial published last fall in Current Nutrition and Food Science, which showed participants lost a pound or more per week when incorporating RightSize smoothies into their reduced calorie diets. Chapman invites participants and viewers to try the more than 100 smoothie recipes at www.myrightsize.com. The web site also offers weight loss plans, dieting tips and a supportive community. RightSize smoothies are loaded with nutrients. Each serving of RightSize contains the nutrition of a meal, including 15 grams of protein when made with fat-free milk, and 6 grams of fiber. That's more protein than in 21 cups of spinach and as much fiber as in six cups of kale. Each smoothie also contains over 20 essential vitamins and minerals as well as natural ingredients, such as green tea and ginger root extracts. RightSize smoothies have no added caffeine and are gluten-free. The smoothies come in four delicious flavors: Lean Cocoa Bean, SkinniVanilli, Slend-A-Berry and Leano Cappuccino and are available in tubs and single-serve packets. RightSize products can be purchased online at myrightsize.com and in select retail stores nationwide. "RightSize believes weight loss should be a pleasant and positive journey," says Chapman. "Our goal is to provide the products and support to make that journey more delicious, convenient and successful." About RightSize Health & Nutrition Corporation Founded in 2002, RightSize Health & Nutrition Corporation was formed on the building blocks of proper weight-loss and weight management. RightSize provides customers with a complete line of meal replacement smoothies that aid in weight loss. The RightSize product line can be found online and in retail stores nationwide. For more information, please visit www.rightsizeonline.com or www.facebook.com/RightSizeSmoothies. The Balancing Act and Mission Makeover The Balancing Act® is America's premier one-hour women's morning show that is ambitious and inspiring while illuminating new ways for women to achieve success in all areas of their lives. Entertaining, educational and trusted by women, the show airs weekday mornings on Lifetime television at 7 am (ET/PT). In its second season, the show's Mission Makeover series follows the journey of three women on a journey to transform their lives in the areas of health, wellness, fitness and more. SOURCE RightSize Health & Nutrition Corporation Laurie Chapman, (847) 847-3139, firstname.lastname@example.org
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