Back for the second year, Tyson Foods, makers of Tyson® Grilled & Ready® chicken and beef products, is kicking-off 2013 with the 30 Days, 30 Ways, 30 Rewards Program to empower users to make and stick to their smart-eating resolutions. Teaming up with Tyson Foods again, guilt-free food expert Hungry Girl Lisa Lillien will bring meal ideas – all under 400 calories per serving – and expert advice to users daily through the click of a mouse. Starting January 1, users can visit Facebook.com/GrilledAndReady, and each day, a new recipe, tip and prize will be revealed to provide participants with fresh ideas and inspiration.
Tyson(R) Grilled & Ready(R) Chicken Breast Strips (Photo: Business Wire)Users can find guilt-free, quick-to-prepare Hungry Girl recipes like a Too-Good Chicken Torta or Greek Chicken Tacos, made with high quality Tyson® Grilled & Ready® chicken. Daily tips will cover a variety of topics from fitness and health to smart eating. Prizes range from exercise equipment, cookware and gift cards to Hungry Girl™ books, Tyson® Grilled & Ready® products and more. According to Hungry Girl Lisa Lillien, “Eating right shouldn’t feel like a constant, daily battle. You’d be surprised to know that by making simple changes to your diet, like using 98 percent fat free Tyson® Grilled & Ready® chicken, you can achieve the results you want and turn good daily practices into great lifetime habits.” A few tips from Lillien to reach your end goal include:
- Identify Small Changes You Can Stick To: When making changes to your daily habits, keep them small, yet effective. Take walks on your lunch break, and have a side salad with your fast-food order instead of fries. Once you master that, push yourself a little further... Maybe go jogging, and have a grilled chicken sandwich instead of that burger!
- Prepare for Those Time-Crunched Moments: Most of us are short on time, so having items in the kitchen that are smart choices but quick-to-make can save your waistline. Tyson® Grilled & Ready ® products are fully cooked with a delicious grilled taste, so you don’t have to stress about the prep work – it’s already been done for you. Just add a serving of high-fiber pasta and lots of veggies or a salad, and you've got a wholesome, guilt-free meal in no time.
- Swap Out Regular Staples for More Wholesome Versions: Sandwiches are fast, but ordinary bread can be high in calories (and a little boring!). Look for high-fiber pitas, 100-calorie flat sandwich buns, and even light English muffins. Or skip the carbs altogether and use giant lettuce leaves -- quick and easy!
About Hungry Girl Lisa LillienLisa Lillien (a.k.a. Hungry Girl) is a New York Times best-selling author and the creator of the Hungry Girl brand. She is the founder of www.hungry-girl.com , the free daily email service that entertains and informs hungry people everywhere. Lisa is a typical woman battling the same food issues most females struggle with every day. She considers herself a “foodologist,” not because she has some kind of fancy degree, but because she is obsessed with food –– how wonderful it is, and how much of it she can eat and still fit into her pants. More than 1,000,000 fans eagerly wait for Hungry Girl’s recipes, food finds, and tips & tricks each weekday. What started as a daily email to friends and family has turned into a nationwide, multimedia phenomenon! In addition to the million-plus die-hard subscribers to her daily emails, Lisa also reaches millions more with a weekly column on WeightWatchers.com, regular contributions to Redbook magazine, and recurring appearances on television shows like the Dr. Oz Show. Lisa is the author of seven best-selling books -- five of which debuted at number one on the New York Times Best Sellers list. Her most recent book, HUNGRY GIRL TO THE MAX! The Ultimate Guilt-Free Cookbook, launched in the number-one spot. Her television show, Hungry Girl, airs on both Food Network and Cooking Channel. A self-proclaimed "mad scientist" in the kitchen, Lisa dishes out guilt-free recipes (easy and delicious ones!), tips & tricks, supermarket finds, and survival guides for real-world eating situations.