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How does it work?
- The Volumetrics® Approach offers a set of techniques for feeling full on fewer calories
- The key is choosing foods rich in water, fiber and protein and lower in fat
- Adding non-starchy vegetables, such as tomatoes, broccoli and peppers, to Jenny's Cuisine® lowers calorie density and enlarges portions
- Selecting lean meats over higher-fat meats also helps to lower the calorie density
- Drinking two cups of fat-free milk instead of one cup of whole milk will keep you feeling satisfied with the same number of calories
Volumetrics® eating tips:
Maximize the volume
Non-starchy vegetables provide one of the best ways to add volume to your menu. They are water-rich, high in fiber and low in calories.
You'll notice a daily garden or spinach salad featured on Jenny Craig Menus. Like other non-starchy vegetables, salads are low in calorie density, rich in fiber and high in water.
success with soup
When eaten before a meal, soup can be a powerful tool to help you feel full and maintain satisfaction. Jenny's Soupitizer™ Soups are high in water content and low in calorie density.
Eat to your heart's content
It's true. With the Volumetrics® Approach from Jenny Craig, you can eat bigger portions that have the same calories and nutritional value as less-filling meals. Jenny Craig teaches that losing weight is about moderation, not deprivation. So you won't have to give up your favorite foods or eat tiny portions.
The Volumetrics® Approach is based on the research of Barbara Rolls, PhD, professor of nutritional sciences at Pennsylvania State University.
- It is a science-based eating approach for weight loss and lifelong weight management
- It's designed to help control hunger and enhance satisfaction, while managing calories to lose weight
- It promotes feelings of fullness and helps you stay on track to reach your weight loss goals
VOLUMETRICS® is a federally registered trademark of Barbara Rolls, PhD, used under exclusive license by Jenny Craig Operations, Inc.