Tacoma, WA — Lifetime Televisions The Balancing Act will feature Roman Meal
and Elizabeth Somer, a registered dietician and author of Eat Your Way to
Happiness, on January 25, February 23 and March 22 at 7:30 a.m. (EST/PST). In
the appearance, Somer talks with host Kristy Villa about the role that whole
grains plays in maintaining a healthy lifestyle.
With the start of a new year, many women make resolutions to improve their
health and wellness. The top three food-related wishes for women are managing
weight and eating habits, improving mood and energy levels and looking and
feeling their best. Somer describes the link between food and mood while sharing
diet tips and showing how easy it is to add more whole grains to meals.
In the show, Somer suggests that women focus on real food, such as whole grains
and whole grain products, fresh fruits and vegetables, legumes, nonfat or
low-fat milk products and extra lean meats. Fiber-filled foods like whole grains
are filling and help stave off food cravings.
Somer also advises to buy whole grain products from a company that you can rely
on. The Roman Meal Company has been around since 1912 and offered one of the
first whole grain breads on the market.
About The Balancing Act
The Balancing Act is Americas only morning show thats about women, for women,
and trusted by women. Celebrating life and all there is to accomplish, The
Balancing Act inspires and empowers with entertaining and educational segments,
placing women in the best position to achieve success in every area of their
About Roman Meal
For nearly 100 years, Americans have trusted Roman Meal to help them live a
healthier, good life. Roman Meal products provide Natural Whole Grain Goodness
in every bite. The company, with the help of its baker partners, distributes a
wide range of bread products as well as Healthy Elements hot cereals.