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We're excited to share with you some of our weekend delights, after work escapes, and general passion for the world of food. Whether it's the next craze (food trucks anyone?) or a home made pasta recipe with sunflower seeds to top it off, share in the adventure of Somersaults life through our new team blog.

Eat Your Way to a Healthy Pregnancy!

April 3rd, 2015 by somersaults

Taking good care of yourself during pregnancy is sometimes easier said than done. Eating healthy foods while dealing with morning sickness, hormone shifts, and changes in digestion that occur as the baby grows can be challenging. Here are some basic tips for optimizing your diet while waiting for baby.

Get Your Nutrient Know-How On!

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Usually, you are what you eat…but in pregnancy, your baby is the direct recipient of what you eat. The foods you eat should be nutrient dense, providing the most bang for your buck in way of nutrition. Here are a few nutrients to focus on:

• Folic Acid helps prevent neural tube defects like spina bifida. Your prenatal vitamin provides you with some folic acid, but you also get it in your diet from foods like strawberries, tomatoes, grapefruit, spinach, beans, and oatmeal.
• Iron: Blood volume increases by 50 percent during pregnancy, so iron levels are likely to drop. Bump your iron by choosing lean cuts of meat and poultry (and fish if you can stomach it!)
• Vitamin C: Vitamin C enhances your body’s absorption of iron. Eat vitamin C containing foods like fruits and vegetables along with iron foods to maximize your uptake.
• Calcium: Calcium needs to don’t increase during pregnancy, but keep in mind most non-pregnant women aren’t getting enough calcium. If dairy foods aren’t your thing, look to calcium-fortified milk alternatives like soy milk and almond milk or tofu set with calcium salts.

What’s the Deal with Cravings?

Craving foods during pregnancy that you never liked before? Don’t stress! Cravings are a normal part of some pregnancies and are simply one way your body lets you know it is undergoing hormonal changes.

If you do find yourself with a hankering for a certain food, here’s how to handle it:

• Give in! As long as you can keep the foods you are craving to reasonable portion sizes, it’s probably ok to go for it. There’s nothing wrong with pretzels for breakfast or pancakes for dinner. Be sure to eat a variety of foods and you’ll likely be fine.
• Some women experience pica, a condition characterized by the craving of non-food substances like laundry starch, dirt, or pieces of pottery. If this pertains to you, speak up at your next medical appointment. Some (not all) cases of pica may be indicative of other nutrient deficiencies your healthcare practitioner can help you identify.

Now that I’m Pregnant…How Much Can I Eat?

The saying “eating for two” is pretty misleading. The Institute of Medicine’s weight gain during pregnancy guidelines recommend that a woman with a healthy pre-pregnancy weight should gain 0-5 pounds during her first trimester and then 1 pound per week beginning at the start of her second trimester for a total of 25-35 pounds by the end of pregnancy.

Following this recommended rate of weight gain will help optimize birth outcomes – and get you back to your pre-pregnancy weight after delivery faster. To keep your pregnancy weight gain in check, follow these guidelines for additional calories:

• 1st trimester: you do not need any additional calories (because you do not need to gain any additional weight during the first trimester – unless you are underweight at conception)
• 2nd trimester: eat an additional 340 calories per day above your baseline needs (if you ate 1,800 calories per day before pregnancy, get at least 2,140 during your 2nd trimester)
• 3rd trimester: eat an additional 450 calories per day above your baseline needs (if you ate 1,800 calories per day before pregnancy, get at least 2,250 during your 3rd trimester)

Incorporating healthy snacks between meals is a great way to meet the increased calorie needs of your 2nd and 3rd trimester without going overboard. Try foods like whole grain breads, lowfat dairy, and fresh fruits and vegetables.

Somersault snacks contain 140-160 calories per serving and can be a great part of your pregnancy snack routine. For more information about pregnancy nutrition check out ChooseMyPlate.gov’s Health and Nutrition for Pregnant Women page at http://www.choosemyplate.gov/pregnancy-breastfeeding.html. For more information about Somersault snacks, visit: http://www.somersaultsnackco.com/.

Guest post by Katie Ferraro, MPH, RD, CDE

5 Steps to Making New Year’s Resolutions Stick

January 5th, 2015 by somersaults

Welcome to 2015, we made it! There’s something about the start of the year that clears out mental clutter, letting us know that now is as good of a time as ever to start anew. The most popular resolution for Americans is to shed pounds to become a healthier, leaner, and more energetic version of themselves.

The hardest part of a New Year’s Resolution? Keeping it. Studies show that about half of us make New Year’s Resolutions, and less than half of us maintain our resolution past 6 months. You may ask, “Why bother making a resolution in the first place?” Another question to consider before throwing in your workout towel is, “What causes New Year’s Resolutions to fail?” Or better yet, “What causes New Year’s Resolutions to succeed?”

Studies show that resolutions are most likely to fail when the goal isn’t realistic or sustainable, asking for too much too soon. How can you maintain the hope that comes with a fresh calendar, ripe with open spaces for farmer’s markets and group walks? Here are some ways to fail-proof your resolution this year:

 

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1. Write it out
If you’d like to shed some excess pounds, and have determined your magic number, that’s a step in the right direction focused on the “what.” Take things to the next level by focusing on the “how.” Choose one goal and get to the nitty-gritty. Write up grocery lists of healthy foods you’d like to eat and map out group workout classes that fit into your schedule.

 

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2. Find your “Why” Mantra
Get a clear idea of why you want to stick to your resolution this year. If you’d like to lose weight, is it because you have a beach vacation coming up? Or because you want more energy to keep up with your growing kiddos? Having a clear idea of the “why” and writing or speaking it daily, will help ensure that you stick to your plan, giving it meaning to you.

 

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3. Take Baby Steps
While quick successes may happen practically overnight, like losing 10 lbs in a week, think long-term. Do you want to be 10 lbs. lighter for just one week, or gradually lose 2 lbs. per week with small shifts in your diet and exercise that endure, becoming a part of your lifestyle?

 

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4. Track Your Journey
There’s nothing more gratifying than going along your journey, occasionally reflecting, and looking back at how far you’ve come. You can make this easy with calorie tracking apps like Calio, recording your meals and exercise on-the-go

 

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5. Truly Reward Yourself
Let’s define a reward first. While the “you” in 2014 may have considered a treat or decadent meal the ultimate reward, ask yourself how you feel before, during and afterward. Do you feel any anxiety, guilt or regret? Then it isn’t reward, in the true sense of the word. Find out what makes you feel amazing. Maybe it’s a massage, a fresh haircut or a bite of a freshly-picked apple. Play around and experiment with what resonates with you as a true reward, bringing you the vitality and joy you deserve.

 

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Somersault Snacking to the Extreme

December 1st, 2014 by somersaults

What did you have for breakfast?
Coffee? Cereal? Or were you kind enough to yourself to scramble an elaborate egg-laden concoction worthy of a brunch potluck?
What will you have for lunch?
A gooey grilled cheese sandwich with a side of smooth, warm tomato soup?
How about dinner?
Allow your tastebuds to recall the likes of a juicy carnitas burrito, barely containing the extra guacamole requested. Assuming you’re not vegetarian, please have that.
What will I be having? Somersaults. For every meal. And this isn’t confined to today.

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Why? Because why not?!
…but really though, why? It’s what killed the cat. Since April 2013 when I discovered Somersaults, I’ve wondered what it would be like to attempt to live off of these things, considering their impressive nutritional label and my access to ‘em working at Somersault Snack Co. HQ.

The chalky chocolatey ‘goodness’ of pre-packaged protein shakes and unassuming fiberless cardboard crisps masquerading as cereal have gotten people on a healthier track by replacing 1-2 meals a day with their products.
If you’d rather opt for something all natural, you don’t have to be confined to juicing everything from an abiu to a zucchini. And although almond kale smoothies epitomize health, the thought of more than one per day, for multiple days, makes me feel green in the worst way.
It’s time to do something that hasn’t been done before.
I’m going to give these organic, vegan, sunflower seed and toasted grain nuggets the attention they deserve.

The plan:
Sunday, November 30, 2014 (12am) – Sunday, December 7, 2014 (12am)

1 week: Consume Somersaults as my main source of nutrients, eating as many as it takes to feel satiated, snacking on fresh fruits or veggies and sipping on water or natural-brewed, caffeine-free tea.

I’ll update this post once the week is up to let you know how it went.

DISCLAIMER: Don’t try this at home. I’m monitoring my vitals daily and while we may find that this is a well-balanced food source, we recommend that Somersaults is treated as a healthy snacking option.
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Overview:

Beginning vitals- Diastolic Blood Pressure: 121 (normal), Systolic Blood Pressure: 72 (normal) , Heart rate: 66 (healthy)

Day 1: I slept in knowing that my options would be limited this day. When I awoke, it wasn’t so bad. A few handfuls of Cinnamon Crunch in the morning with a banana and rose-hip tea. I grazed like the animal that I am throughout the rest of the day, went on a nature hike, and went to bed feeling satisfied with the day and all that it contained.

Day 2: Costco… we meet again. What was once a place of free samples and wonder is now the depiction of inaccessible abundance. Until the fruits section, that is. I purchased every large, small, hard, soft, pitted or seeded fruit you can imagine and picked up a few veggies for balance. So far so good.

Days 3-7: My energy levels stayed consistent, but something that should have been considered before starting this program: fiber. Somersaults are a good source of fiber. In large quantities, as in 10-18 servings per day, they are an amazing source of fiber, excessive even. I spent the last few days feeling like a helium balloon that wouldn’t deflate.

Ending vitals- Diastolic Blood Pressure: 118 (normal), Systolic Blood Pressure: 70 (normal) , Heart rate: 58 (lower; healthy)

Conclusion:

I never felt hungry and the flavor variety kept my palate from getting bored. That being stated, I would not recommend literally eating Somersaults “all day everyday” due to how nutritionally dense they are (fiber, protein, etc.) leading to some digestive discomfort (aka: a ballooning effect) but they’d be ideal as a snack or single meal replacement; rise and shine with ‘em.

– Stephanie

 

World Food Day: Working Against Hunger

October 16th, 2014 by somersaults

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Today is World Food Day – a day to honor the global commitment to eradicate hunger in our lifetime.

World Food Day was first established in 1979 and it falls on October 16 in commemoration of the creation of the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) on October 16, 1945 in Quebec, Canada.

Hunger by the Numbers

 According to the FAO and the US Department of Agriculture, 1 in 9 people on the planet live in a state of chronic hunger.

Malnutrition and its associated health maladies disproportionately affect the most vulnerable populations:

  • 60% of the world’s hungry people are women
  • Nearly 5 million children under the age of 5 die annually from malnutrition-related causes
  • In the US, 1 in 7 Americans does not have enough to eat.

Take Action

In the US, 99% of our population does not work on a farm. And while farming in the US is dominated by large agribusiness companies, 98% of farms in the world are family farms.

This year’s World Food Day theme is “Family Farming: Feeding the World, Caring for the Earth”. To learn more about family farming and its impact on alleviating world hunger, check out the Perspectives page of the World Food Day website available at: http://www.worldfooddayusa.org/perspectives.

Find Events

The World Food Day project maintains that YOU are part of the solution to end world hunger. You can find out about World Food Day events going on in your neck of the woods by clicking here: http://www.worldfooddayusa.org/events

Some other ways you can help include:

  • Host a World Food Day Dinner
  • Attend a Hunger Walk
  • Organize a Meal Packaging Event

If you want to do something right now, consider taking the Hunger U Challenge Quiz available at http://hungeruchallenge.com/

To learn more about World Food Day, visit their site at http://www.worldfooddayusa.org/.

You can read more from Registered Dietician Katie Ferraro on her blog Fiber is the Future.

DIY Snacks

June 16th, 2014 by somersaults

If you are looking for more DIY snacks, nutritionist Rania Batayneh, MPH author of The One One One Diet has a few simple ideas that are the perfect balance of protein, carbohydrate and fat to keep you fueled pre and post workout. Read on to her hear expert opinion!

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Stay fueled! This is important to keep in mind at all times, but especially before a workout.  If you arrive to your workout hungry (or dehydrated) your energy may be compromised. In addition, you may be more likely to eat a larger portion at meal time later that day.

Some of my favorite snacks are:

Graham Dippers          grahamcheese

You can opt for honey or cinnamon flavored graham crackers for this fun and sweet snack. The ricotta cheese adds 7 grams of muscle-building protein, and the cinnamon helps maintain steady blood sugar levels.

• Sprinkle of ground cinnamon
• 1⁄4 cup low-fat ricotta cheese
• 1 serving Graham Crackers
• 1 teaspoon chopped peanuts or almonds

In a small bowl, stir the cinnamon into the ricotta. Use it as a spread for the crackers and top with chopped nuts.

 

Pita chips with Hummus and Bell Peppers          pitahummus

Each tbsp. of hummus contains 1 gram of fiber. This is a perfect snack that incorporates that crunch that we are looking for + added fiber and anti-oxidants from the peppers.

 

Berry Parfaits          berryparfait

Berries are filled with anti-oxidants and fiber.

Combine them with ½ cup of low-fat Greek Yogurt and brain boosting almonds for a complete snack that will satisfy a sweet tooth and give you that extra boost during your workout.
What are some of your favorite snacking strategies?

Top Snacking Tips & Picks

May 8th, 2014 by somersaults

Joel Harper is a NYC-based personal trainer who has trained everyone from Olympic gold medalists to ten-year-olds wanting fun ways to get fit and stay healthy. We’ve been lucky enough to have him provide some tips just for you!
Read on to discover his tried and true tips that will inspire.

KEEPING FUELED UP AND ENERGIZED!

Do you want to be energized all day, every day? Is that really possible? Yes! Without a doubt it is. My goal is to help you reach your maximum athletic potential and build better eating habits to last throughout your lifetime. I find that all of us know what to eat and what not to eat. Then what’s the problem? I have heard every mistake and excuse there is, but at the top of the list is, “I’m too busy” and “there are not enough healthy options available”. Well, I am going to make it easier and simpler for you. You can make it automated by having healthy items at your fingertips easily optimizing your energy levels.

My top Tips:
1. I fill my refrigerator on Sunday for the week
2. I always have lots of snacks in my bag, 24/7. You never know when any of life’s unexpected interruptions will occur, so always have nutritious items to share.
It’s a great way to turn a stranger into a friend and leave someone smiling. :)
3. I only eat when I’m hungry
4. I always stop eating when I’m satisfied

 

My top Picks:

1. ALWAYS IN MY BACKPACK:

  • PROMAX FIT N’ CRISP BAR-Vanilla Marshmallow: Enormous amount of protein-13 grams, calcium, and iron. Peanut free and contains no artificial sweeteners.

2. ALWAYS IN MY REFRIGERATOR:

  • APPLEGATE ORGANIC COLD CUTS and CHEESE: No antibiotics, animals are vegetarian feed, grass fed cattle, never given hormones, minimally processed, and gluten and casein free. Great when I am in a hurry in the morning or as an afternoon snack.
  • ORGANIC VALLEY EGGS: High in protein, vitamin A, calcium, and iron

3. MORNING SNACK:

  • GNU BAR-Blueberry Cobbler Bar: Very high in Fiber- 6 whole grains. Helps curb your cravings by making you feel fuller longer.
  • RAW CRUNCH/Dark Chocolate: Organic, gluten free, includes potassium, fiber, and protein.

4. AFTERNOON SNACKS:

  • NUTTZO Nut-butter Spread on a banana or apple: Organic, full of protein and Omega 3s.
  • PURE BAR-Coconut/banana: Organic, gluten-free, non-GMO & vegan, fiber, potassium and protein.

5. LATE NIGHT SNACK:

  • BUMBLE BAR-Original Peanut: Organic, gluten free, includes iron, vitamin E, and fiber.

6. ALL DAY LONG SNACKS:

  • PEELED SNACKS/Much-to-do-about-Mango Unsweetened Dried Mango: Good source of fiber, Vitamin A and Vitamin C with NO sugar or preservatives, gluten-free, and non GMO. Satisfies my sweet cravings without leaving me feeling drained.
  • SOMERSAULTS/Cinnamon Crunch-fiber, protein, vitamin E and Iron.
  • HEALTH WARRIOR-ACAI BERRY- Chia seeds- full of Omega 3s with fiber and antioxidants.
  • LARABAR-Coconut Cream Pie: Fiber, calcium, magnesium, and iron.
  • PEANUT BUTTER & CO./Dark Chocolate Squeeze Packs: Protein, fiber and iron.

Somersault Recipe Challenge: Dessert

April 25th, 2014 by somersaults

Sunflower seed Brittle

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  • Sugar
  • Sunflower seeds
  • Salt

Heat sugar in skillet until it begins to caramelize.

Add sunflower seeds and salt to taste (remove before sugar begins to turn dark brown).

Remove from heat and place pan over baking tray lined with ice cubes.

Allow to cool and then remove 1 solid piece from pan.

Break into small pieces and enjoy ala mode with chocolate shavings, or by itself.

Lemon Bars with Sunflower seed base

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Crust:
1.5 cups flour
.5 cup crushed Cinnamon Crunch Somersaults
½ cup powdered sugar
1 cup softened butter

Filling:
6 TBS lemon juice
2 cups sugar
4 eggs
½ tsp salt
4 TBS flour
1 tsp baking powder

 

Mix flour, powdered sugar and butter thoroughly and press into a 9X12 glass pan. Bake at 350 degrees for 20 minutes or until light brown.

While crust is baking, beat 4 eggs. Gradually add sugar, lemon juice and salt. Sift flour and baking powder and fold into lemon mixture.

Pour lemon mixture over baked crust and return to oven for 20 minutes or until light brown. Dust with powdered sugar.

Cool completely and cut into squares. Dust with more powdered sugar.

 

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And there you have it, some sweet dishes to ensure you’ve created not just a meal, but a complete dining experience for you, your family or friends! Have you been inspired to add Somersaults or plain sunflower seeds to any of your standby dessert recipes?

We challenge YOU to try these recipes out and let us know what you think.

We’ll even provide the Somersaults to support your efforts! Just email stephanie@somersaultsnackco.com and let us know the dish you’d like to cook.

Financial Analyst Summer Internship (Paid)

April 4th, 2014 by somersaults

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Internship – Financial Analyst

Description of Internship

Position:                Intern – Financial Analyst

Location:               Sausalito, CA

Start Date:            July 2014

Duration:              10 weeks+

 

Company Background

Somersault Snack Co. is the maker of healthy, all-natural snacks. Somersaults, our first product, are the creation of a handful of Bay Area foodies, who, disenchanted by unsatisfying snacks, wanted a nourishing, tasty and nutritionally impactful option for active adults just like them. Our team has 40+ years of baking experience, and engaged the industry’s most talented people in areas of new product strategy, product development, naming and package design for our launch in early 2009. Somersault Snack Co. has enjoyed successful trial and roll out with several national accounts in natural, grocery, specialty retail and airline, as well as significant distribution throughout the west coast in regional grocery natural and grocery.

 

Internship Description

You will provide support to the finance and the sales management teams at our corporate office in Sausalito, CA for 10 weeks during the summer (flexible schedule; 8-15 hours per week) with an opportunity for continuation during the school year.

You will have the opportunity to assist with the following:

·         Velocity reports, including analysis of account level data and consumption trends

·         Tracking for effectiveness and profitability of sales and marketing promotion programs including analysis of programs at the retail level

·         Sales reporting and analysis

·         Metrics, Benchmarking, Financial Analysis

 

Summary of Experience/Qualifications

You are an undergraduate student majoring in finance, business, economics or a related field, who can thrive in an entrepreneurial environment.  

Key qualifications include:

 

·         Excellent interpersonal, written/oral communication and presentation skills

-       Microsoft Office

-       Excel skills must be advanced

·         Focused attention to detail

·         Analytical problem solving ability

·         Strong work ethic, professional demeanor and positive attitude

·         Team player, eager to support team objectives and to work cross functionally within the organization, ability to excel in an entrepreneurial environment

 

Resume & Cover Letter

Send resume and cover letter expressing your interest and outlining your qualifications to Stephanie, reachable at somersaultsnackco@gmail.com

Subject line: “Finance Intern 2014”

Due by May 31, 2014

Somersault Recipe Challenge: Entrees

March 8th, 2014 by somersaults

During our ITK Challenge we had 90 minutes on the clock to create, cook and display recipes worth tasting. Here are a couple recipes that satisfied: Brian’s Chicken & Michael’s Salmon

Sunflower seed Crusted Chicken Breast

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  •  4 C raw sunflower seeds
  • 1 C flour
  • 4 boneless, skinless chicken breasts
  • 4 eggs, beaten
  • Salt and pepper
  • 2 Tbsp olive oil

Roast 4 cups raw sunflower seeds on a cookie sheet until just golden, about 10 minutes at 350.  After cooling, pulse in a food processor to desired size, then mix with flour.  Add salt and pepper to taste. Set aside.

Slice 4 chicken breast horizontally to create 8 thin chicken pieces.  Pound breasts with a mallet to roughly ¼ inch thick.  Thoroughly salt and pepper the breasts.  Dip pounded breasts in eggs then press into sunflower/flour mixture.  Working in batches, heat oil in a non-stick skillet, then sauté chicken until golden and cooked through, about three minutes on each side.

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Team CT with their version of an ideal meal: sunflower crusted chicken, goat cheese salad, roasted brussel sprouts and sunflower seed candied yams.

Soy & Sunflower seed Salmon

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  • 6 pieces of 4 oz salmon fillets
  • Shredded ginger
  • Minced garlic
  • Cilantro
  • Soy sauce
  •   Molasses
  • Sesame oil
  • A dash of water
  • Finely ground sunflower seeds

Contain marinade in plastic bag and marinate salmon for 30-45 minutes. Top with finely ground sunflower seeds and place in oven on Broil for 4-5 minutes; then rotate for another 4-5 minutes (serve medium rare).

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Team Dancing with the Starfish debuting their favorite dishes: soy & sunflower seed salmon, roasted brussel sprouts, mushroom risotto and bruschetta.

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And there you have it, some entrees to fill you up, but with room for dessert of course! Can you think of anything you’d change in these recipes?

We challenge YOU to try these recipes out and let us know what you think.

We’ll even provide the Somersaults to support your efforts! Just comment on this post and let us know the dish you’d like to cook.

Happy cooking,

Stephanie

Introducing: The One One One Diet

January 23rd, 2014 by somersaults
    • Make Your New Year’s Resolution Stick in 2014!

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      Somersault Snack Company is the baker of healthy, nut free sunflower seed snacks and they’d like to share a 10% discount off your entire order with anyone who orders my book, The One One One Diet.

      Tackle that get healthy resolution by stocking up with snacks high in nutrition that won’t bring you down or make you feel sluggish.  With 6g of protein, 3g of fiber and 5 scrumptious flavors- start fresh in the new year and become your best, healthy new you!

       

      Follow these 4 steps to receive your discount code via email. Offer Valid until 1/31/2014.

      1.  Visit www.TheOneOneOneDiet.com

      2. Order The One One One Diet  from your preferred retailer/outlet.

      3.  Forward your Order Confirmation email to admin@theoneoneonediet.com

      4.  Add “Somersaults” to the subject line and send.

      You will receive your coupon code within 24 hours! Thank you for your support.

      – See more at: http://theoneoneonediet.com/somersaults-snack-co-loves-the-one-one-one-diet/#sthash.gO6cY6tj.aUFm18ii.dpuf

Our very own Rania Batayneh, MPH, has released a book called “The One One One Diet” to help you stick to your New Years Resolution to become the healthiest version of yourself.

      What’s the 1:1:1 diet?
      It centers around no-nonsense, balanced nutrition, with meals consisting of equal parts carbs, protein and fat.

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Check out this deal, open to Somersault fans and friends, open for one more week (through 1/31/14)!

    Follow these 4 steps to redeem your discount code:
    1. Visit www.TheOneOneOneDiet.com
    2. Place your order from your preferred retailer
    3. Forward your email confirmation to admin@theoneoneonediet.com
    4. Add “Somersaults” to the subject line and hit “send”
      **You’ll receive your coupon code within 24 hours.

We invite you to discuss: what is your biggest health hurdle?

Happy balanced eating,

Stephanie

Follow these 4 steps to receive your discount code via email. Offer Valid until 1/31/2014.

1.  Visit www.TheOneOneOneDiet.com

2. Order The One One One Diet  from your preferred retailer/outlet.

3.  Forward your Order Confirmation email to admin@theoneoneonediet.com

4.  Add “Somersaults” to the subject line and send.

You will receive your coupon code within 24 hours! Thank you for your support.

– See more at: http://theoneoneonediet.com/somersaults-snack-co-loves-the-one-one-one-diet/#sthash.gO6cY6tj.aUFm18ii.dpuf

Follow these 4 steps to receive your discount code via email. Offer Valid until 1/31/2014.

1.  Visit www.TheOneOneOneDiet.com

2. Order The One One One Diet  from your preferred retailer/outlet.

3.  Forward your Order Confirmation email to admin@theoneoneonediet.com

4.  Add “Somersaults” to the subject line and send.

You will receive your coupon code within 24 hours! Thank you for your support.

– See more at: http://theoneoneonediet.com/somersaults-snack-co-loves-the-one-one-one-diet/#sthash.gO6cY6tj.aUFm18ii.dpuf

Somersault Snack Company is the baker of healthy, nut free sunflower seed snacks and they’d like to share a 10% discount off your entire order with anyone who orders my book, The One One One Diet.

Tackle that get healthy resolution by stocking up with snacks high in nutrition that won’t bring you down or make you feel sluggish.  With 6g of protein, 3g of fiber and 5 scrumptious flavors- start fresh in the new year and become your best, healthy new you!

 

Follow these 4 steps to receive your discount code via email. Offer Valid until 1/31/2014.

1.  Visit www.TheOneOneOneDiet.com

2. Order The One One One Diet  from your preferred retailer/outlet.

3.  Forward your Order Confirmation email to admin@theoneoneonediet.com

4.  Add “Somersaults” to the subject line and send.

You will receive your coupon code within 24 hours! Thank you for your support.

– See more at: http://theoneoneonediet.com/somersaults-snack-co-loves-the-one-one-one-diet/#sthash.gO6cY6tj.aUFm18ii.dpuf

Make Your New Year’s Resolution Stick in 2014!

Somersaults Family Shot

 

Somersault Snack Company is the baker of healthy, nut free sunflower seed snacks and they’d like to share a 10% discount off your entire order with anyone who orders my book, The One One One Diet.

Tackle that get healthy resolution by stocking up with snacks high in nutrition that won’t bring you down or make you feel sluggish.  With 6g of protein, 3g of fiber and 5 scrumptious flavors- start fresh in the new year and become your best, healthy new you!

 

Follow these 4 steps to receive your discount code via email. Offer Valid until 1/31/2014.

1.  Visit www.TheOneOneOneDiet.com

2. Order The One One One Diet  from your preferred retailer/outlet.

3.  Forward your Order Confirmation email to admin@theoneoneonediet.com

4.  Add “Somersaults” to the subject line and send.

You will receive your coupon code within 24 hours! Thank you for your support.

– See more at: http://theoneoneonediet.com/somersaults-snack-co-loves-the-one-one-one-diet/#sthash.gO6cY6tj.aUFm18ii.dpuf