The Lyn-Genet Plan has been featured on:
The Dr. Oz Show
The Anti-Diet Plan
Dr. Oz is joined by controversial author Lyn-Genet Recitas, who claims that the secret to losing weight is chemistry, not calories. Learn how to identify “devil foods” and eat right for your unique chemical make-up.
FOX 5, San Diego – Part 1
FOX 5, San Diego – Part 2
Lyn-Genet on ABC13, Houston TX
You & Me
Lyn-Genet Recitas Talks ‘The Metabolism Plan’
Nutritionist and best-selling author Lyn-Genet Recitas joins You & Me to tell us about the diet you can eat red wine, cheese and chocolate!
The Morning Show
How to jumpstart your metabolism and lose those stubborn pounds.
Author and nutritionist Lyn-Genet Recitas with her tips on boosting your metabolism
Fox & Friends
Forget calories! Is chemistry the secret to weight loss?
Elisabeth Hasselbeck invites Lyn-Genet onto Fox & Friends to talk about The Plan Cookbook and to demonstrate her Gluten-Free Raisin Cinnamon Bread recipe.
Dallas Morning News
“The Plan” Helps You Get on Track for 2015
Lyn-Genet guests on Dallas Morning News
Breakfast Television Toronto
Lyn-Genet chats with Dina from Breakfast Television Toronto about The Plan.
FOX News Insider
Lyn-Genet shares “The Plan” with Conn Jackson
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Have you ever spent a day saying, “That’s it! I feel gross. I’m going to get serious and start eating clean!” So you start with your healthiest regimen of smoothies, turkey burgers, and cauliflower. The next day you step on the scale and say, “How have I gained weight after all this clean eating?”
For too long you have been told all the ways to lose weight and get in shape in the fastest possible way. It works some of the time, or the results are only temporary, and it never gets the full results you deserve. And there’s a reason why. It’s time to unlearn everything you have always been told to be true about how to get in shape. It’s time to stop listening to the pundits and get a metabolic reset.
We have more control over our destiny than we think.
To start, you do need to know what works for your body and that’s what I am going to help you do. That’s the beauty of bio-individuality, figuring out what works for you. There are two essential factors for keeping your metabolism revved—the right foods and the right exercise.
When it comes to making slimming food choices, you know the drill—you choose the salmon over the greasy burger, the oatmeal over the syrup-drenched pancakes, and the side of asparagus over the side of fries. And yet, frustratingly, the pounds aren’t melting away as quickly as you’d hoped…or maybe you’re even gaining weight despite your efforts. What gives? According to nutrition specialist Lyn-Genet Recitas, author of The Plan, you may be unknowingly loading your plate with a food that’s setting off a fat-packing chain reaction in your body—and the problematic food may be something you’d never suspect. In fact, it might be widely touted as an energy-revving, pound-paring superstar
Lyn-Genet Recitas: America’s Next Top Diet Guru?
This former restaurateur has created an unusual, even controversial weight-loss path for her clients. Funny thing, it seems to be working
by Judy Jones
To many Harlem residents, Lyn-Genet Recitas is best known as the woman who runs Neighborhood Holistic, a nonprofit center that offers yoga, massage and alternative-health services on a sliding scale, making them accessible to people of all income levels. She is also the author of the new book, The Plan (buy it here).To her private nutrition clients, however—a list that includes a disproportionate number of high-profile chefs, restaurateurs and media executives (among them More’s editor-
The Smarter Science of Slim
Can The Plan Cure What Ails You?
Healthy Foods Making You Fat With The Plan Author Lyn-Genet Recitas Podcast
In this interview with Lyn-Genet Recitas we discuss how you could be reacting to healthy foods causing inflammation in the gut and causing weight gain. Surprising foods could be making you fat and causing other health and digestive issues.
‘Good’ foods aren’t always right for you
Eating all the “right” foods but your weight won’t budge? Despite their healthy rep, “right” foods such as salmon, Greek yogurt or oatmeal can cause health problems in people whose bodies can’t process them properly. This leads to low-grade inflammation, which can bring on allergies, constipation, migraines and other ailments, including weight gain, says Lyn-Genet Recitas, a holistic nutritionist and author of The Plan: Eliminate the Surprising ‘Healthy’ Foods That Are Making You Fat — and Lose Weight Fast. Her method of assessing your diet:
7 Resources For Your Journey Toward Healthier Eating
Even if you’ve developed a newfound dedication to getting in shape, it can be difficult to figure out what you should be eating, especially if you’re used to yo-yo dieting and have a difficult relationship with food. These resources work to identify food triggers and eliminate the kind of self-doubt that can sabotage your plans for a healthier you, putting you on the right track toward being not just thin, but healthy. This video was made with Ezvid Wikimaker.