A Nutritionist Dishes on How To Drop That Winter Weight

We visited the NYC kitchen of the celebrity chef and nutritionist behind Food Matters, Tricia Williams, who gave us a foolproof food plan that will have you feeling great (and shedding pounds!) just in time for summer.

By Alyssa Vingan

May 11, 2012 10:00 AM
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Instead of Filtered Water, Try Alkaline Water

"The 'alkaline state' references the amount of acid in the body. There are many things that are acid forming in the American diet: white flour, white sugar, grains, and animal proteins. One of the things we do is try and alkalize their foods — if you pair something with a green vegetable, it alkalizes and balances it. Mountain valley spring water is naturally alkaline, Evian is naturally alkaline. It has enough minerals to adjust the pH in the water."

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