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Heidi Skolnik, MS, CDN, FACSM
Heidi Skolnik is a nationally recognized thought leader in nutrition. As founder and president of New Jersey-based Nutrition Conditioning, her firm oversees the nutrition programs at The Juilliard School, The Knicks Basketball Team, School of American Ballet, and Fordham University Athletics. She worked with the NY Giants Football team for 18 years and has consulted to professional teams for 25 years including the NFL, MLB, NBA, MLS, as well as Olympic, collegiate, high school and recreational athletes. Additionly Heidi consults to corporations and food industry.
Heidi has consulted with the cast of Billy Elliot, the Broadway show to help these artistic athletes achieve their best as well as the dancer/contestants on "So You Think You Can Dance?"
Heidi is a contributing advisor to Mens Health magazine and is co-author of Nutrient Timing for Peak Performance; the right food, the right time, the right results (Human Kinetics, 2010) and The Reverse Diet: Lose Weight By Eating Dinner for Breakfast and Breakfast for Dinner (Wiley, Jan. 2007).
Heidi has earned two Masters degrees, one in Sports Medicine (Exercise Science), the other in Human Nutrition, and is a New York State Certified Nutritionist.
Ms. Skolnik is a Fellow with the American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM) and is also ACSM certified as a Health Fitness Instructor and sits on the Board of The National Osteoporosis Foundation. An experienced and sought after presenter, Heidi consults and presents nationwide to corporations, professional organizations, universities and colleges. As an expert resource for national media (both print and TV),
Heidi is often referenced in newspapers and national magazines such as Mens Health, Self, Womens Health, Glamour, Cosmo, and Real Simple. She appears frequently on TV and has been seen on CNN American Morning and Headline News, The Today Show, Good Morning America, The Early Show, The Dr. Oz Show, Primetime, 20/20, Extra, The Weather Channel, The Fox News Channel, ESPN, the YES Network and the TV Food Network.
How to prepare grilled foods with an emphasis on healthy eating. Grill Yourself Skinny contains 130 recipes for people who love to grill but want to eat healthy. A complete breakdown of calories and nutrients accompanies each recipe. In addition, the book features tips for losing weight and Nutrition 411 boxes containing general nutrition information.
Char-Broil's Grill Yourself Skinny is for everyone who loves grilled foods and healthy eating. This is not a fad diet book but a collection of 130 nutritionally sound recipes that rely on science to pack a nutritious and delicious punch. Author Heidi Skolnik, MS,CDN, FACSM, is a nationally recognized thought leader in nutrition who believes that all types of foods can fit into a healthy diet. In this book, she offers mouth-watering, healthy recipes for everything from Steak and Eggs on the Grill to Grilled Strawberries with Balsamic Port Glaze, Blue Cheese & Walnuts. Plus, you'll find lots of savory seafood, poultry, meat, and vegetable dishes, including some from a host of celebrated chefs, such as Angelo Basilone, Executive Chef of the New York Giants and Brad Farmerie, Executive Chef at Public in New York City. Each recipe comes with a breakdown of calories, protein, carbohydrate, and fiber, for those who are counting. You'll also find informative Nutrition 411 sidebars sprinkled throughout the book
Heidi Skolnik, MS, CDN, FACSM, is a nationally recognized thought leader in nutrition. As founder and president of New Jersey-based Nutrition Conditioning, she oversees the nutrition programs at The Juilliard School, The New York Knicks, The School of American Ballet, and Fordham University Athletics. She worked with the New York Giants for 18 years and has consulted to professional teams and Olympic, collegiate, high school, and recreational athletes for 25 years. Additionly, Heidi consults to corporations and food industry.
Heidi is often referenced in newspapers and national magazines such as Mens Health, Self, Womens Health, Glamour, Cosmopolitan, and Real Simple. She appears frequently on television and has been seen on The Today Show, Good Morning America, The Early Show, The Dr. Oz Show, Primetime, 20/20, and other news and entertainment programs. Heidi is co-author of Nutrient Timing for Peak Performance: the Right Food, the Right Time, the Right Results (Human Kinetics, 2010) and The Reverse Diet: Lose Weight By Eating Dinner for Breakfast and Breakfast for Dinner (Wiley, 2007).
Did you know that grilling, especially over an infrared grill, is one of the most healthy ways to prepare food? Grill Yourself Skinny shows you how to make delicious grilled foods and eat healthfully. - 130 lip-smacking grilled recipes that not only taste delicious but are good for you - Recommended serving size, plus caloric and nutritional breakdown with each recipe - Meals from breakfast through dinner, including healthy desserts! - 10 featured celebrity chefs with their favorite "skinny" grilled offerings - Advice on what to eat, when to eat, and how much to eat to maintain a healthy weight - Sumptuous photographs of each grilling recipe in mouth-watering detail- Easy-to-prepare recipes, even for the grilling novice
About the Author
Table of Contents
Why Grilling is PERFECT for healthy eating
How the book ‘reads”,
Learn the basics
What to look for when buying a grill
Hot Food Hot, Cold Food Cold
Caring for Grill
Marinades, rubs- rules of thumb
Spices; which and why (a low-calorie way to add lots of flavor)
Protein and Weight Loss
Each recipe will outline ingredients, preparation and grilling directions and will have a breakdown of calories, protein, carbohydrate, and fat grams.
Each section will start will a celebrity chef recipe which will feature the recipe and bio and picture of the chef (so 10 celebrity chef contributions)
On each spread there will be at least one pull out
will describe or call out a nutritional benefit of some ingredient in that recipe
Burgers & Sliders