Cook Yourself Thin
5 pm/ET Lifetime
Couch potatoes won't be feeling much guilt watching Lifetime's newest entrée five days a week. Hosted by cooking experts Harry Eastwood, Allison Fishman and Candice Kumai, food lovers everywhere learn exactly how to turn recipes for their favorite indulgences into healthy low-calorie dishes without sacrificing taste. First order up: lasagna. Grab your forks, folks!
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Looking to lose those last ten pounds, but not give up your favorite foods? Lifetime may have your solution with its new show Cook Yourself Thin. Taking real women who are looking to drop baby weight, get ready for an impending reunion, or perhaps have just let themselves go, each episode features a guest as she learns how to transform favorite (but fattening) recipes into healthy (and still tasty) fare. The viewers get to see how after six weeks the participant has progressed, and if she has kept up the healthier lifestyle. TVGuide.com spoke with one of the hosts, and former Top Chef Season 1 contestant, Candice Kumai about what sets her show apart, how you can enjoy foods you love, and why she's defending Kim Kardashian.
TVGuide.com: How is Cook Yourself Thin different from other weight-loss shows?
Candice Kumai: It's really fun, cute and creative because we take really great food and make it even better because we're making it healthy. You don't think of eating lettuce or rice cakes or depriving yourself, you think of an actual burger or fries or milkshake that you can have and actually love...