Dietitian reveals 90-30-50 method that helped her lose 15 lbs in weeks

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A registered dietitian has revealed how her 90-30-50 method helped her lose 15 pounds in two months, saying the plan will have you seeing results by the holidays. Courtney Kassis, 29, from Pennsylvania , has more than 285,000 followers on TikTok , where she touts eating 90 grams of protein, 30 grams of fiber, and 50 grams of healthy fats per day.

A registered dietitian has revealed how her 90-30-50 method helped her lose 15 pounds in two months, saying the plan will have you seeing results by the holidays. Courtney Kassis, 29, from Pennsylvania , has more than 285,000 followers on TikTok , where she touts eating 90 grams of protein, 30 grams of fiber, and 50 grams of healthy fats per day.

The mother of twins, who uses the handle @dietitianwithtwins , shared a video of herself making one of the high-protein meals from her eating plan over the holiday weekend. 'When you're dreading getting back "on track" with your diet after Thanksgiving , but you remember the 90-30-50 method can help you see results in just weeks so you can still feel amazing by the New Year,' she wrote in the on-screen text.

The mother of twins, who uses the handle @dietitianwithtwins , shared a video of herself making one of the high-protein meals from her eating plan over the holiday weekend. ‘When you’re dreading getting back “on track” with your diet after Thanksgiving , but you remember the 90-30-50 method can help you see results in just weeks so you can still feel amazing by the New Year,’ she wrote in the on-screen text.

Kassis has credited the basic formula with helping her lose a total of 18 pounds and drop two percent of body fat, which is why she uses it with her clients. She went from 128 pounds to 110 pounds and has maintained her weight loss for a year by tracking her intake of protein, fiber, and fats instead of calories.

Kassis has credited the basic formula with helping her lose a total of 18 pounds and drop two percent of body fat, which is why she uses it with her clients. She went from 128 pounds to 110 pounds and has maintained her weight loss for a year by tracking her intake of protein, fiber, and fats instead of calories.

The dietitian has also claimed that her 90-30-50 method helped put her Hashimoto's disease — an autoimmune disorder that can cause an underactive thyroid — in remission. Kassis promised that if you started following the program this week, you would see results by Christmas.

The dietitian has also claimed that her 90-30-50 method helped put her Hashimoto’s disease — an autoimmune disorder that can cause an underactive thyroid — in remission. Kassis promised that if you started following the program this week, you would see results by Christmas.

In another video, she shared how she was studying to become a dietitian and teach people how to lose weight while struggling to do that very thing herself. 'I was following the whole "eat less, move more approach,"' she recalled. '[I was] eating around 1,200 calories a day and working out for hours, but was really unsuccessful and truly feeling defeated.'

In another video, she shared how she was studying to become a dietitian and teach people how to lose weight while struggling to do that very thing herself. ‘I was following the whole “eat less, move more approach,”‘ she recalled. ‘[I was] eating around 1,200 calories a day and working out for hours, but was really unsuccessful and truly feeling defeated.’

It wasn't until she started prioritizing nutrition over calories that she saw results. 'The way protein changed the game for me is so crazy,' she said. 'Ninety grams of protein is the minimum amount needed for muscle growth and maintenance.' Kassis noted that protein also increases metabolism, promotes fullness, reduces cravings, and improves energy, among other things.

It wasn’t until she started prioritizing nutrition over calories that she saw results. ‘The way protein changed the game for me is so crazy,’ she said. ‘Ninety grams of protein is the minimum amount needed for muscle growth and maintenance.’ Kassis noted that protein also increases metabolism, promotes fullness, reduces cravings, and improves energy, among other things.

'Without protein, our metabolism slows down, our blood sugar drops, which leads to cravings,' she explained. 'We're always tired. Hormones are imbalanced. It increases our risk of developing chronic disease.' Kassis remembered how she used to only have about 30 grams of protein the entire day when she was restricting calories.

‘Without protein, our metabolism slows down, our blood sugar drops, which leads to cravings,’ she explained. ‘We’re always tired. Hormones are imbalanced. It increases our risk of developing chronic disease.’ Kassis remembered how she used to only have about 30 grams of protein the entire day when she was restricting calories.

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