Proven Success

20+ years of clinical experience helping clients achieve their health and weight goals.


The F-Factor Diet is based on a registered dietitian’s understanding of food science, anatomy and physiology to help you lead a healthier lifestyle.

Fiber + Protein

The combination of fiber and protein helps keep you full throughout the day while revving up your metabolism.



⏰ You’re halfway there! Set yourself up for success, think ahead before diving into the buffet table. Making healthy choices after a long fast will allow you to not only honor yourself but will ensure you start with a good base and help replenish what you’ve lost. 🙌🏼 Focusing on fiber, protein and healthy fats will allow nutrients and vitamins to be readily available for easier absorption. After all, our digestive system was out of commission up until this point, so it needs a little help.

Here’s a little food for thought: despite appearing like less, flagels actually don’t contain any less calories, carbs, or sugar than their bagel counterparts. They’re truly just flattened bagels—a disheartening fact when you have a fast to break on the horizon. Swapping it for a high-FIBER bagel waffle or high-FIBER crackers will lower the calories, carbs, and sugar that a typical bagel would have, and it’s as perfect for breaking your Yom Kippur fast as it is for any breakfast. 

Salmon is a nutrient dense source of lean protein and healthy fat with reasonable amount of calories. A 3-oz serving of salmon is 177 calories with 17g protein, and 11g fat. These nutrients together promote satiety and curb cravings between meals, and because it’s a lean protein, it’s carb free too! Not into fish? G-Factor Cheesy-Egg-white bites can provide you with protein you need.

Looking for something sweet? F-Factor Kugel is a delicious 🤤 way to break the fast... and because it’s made with vanilla 🍨20/20 FIBER/PROTEIN powder (which BTW is #kosher), it’s actually filling too ✅ One serving packs 12g #fiber ‼️

#Recipe available at www.ffactor.com (link in bio). Wishing everyone who is fasting an easy and meaningful fast.... and everyone else a happy and sweet Monday 🤗

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🍩DOUBLE CHOCOLATE DONUTS a recipe for you that provides the taste without affecting your waist.
Our F-Factor 20/20 Chocolate Donuts are unique because they satisfy your sweet Chocolate donut craving ✨while containing impressive nutrition. Compared to a traditional donuts, they have:
🍩 < 245 calories
🍩 7x more FIBER
🍩 3x more PROTEIN
🍩 13x LESS net carbs
🍩 ONLY 2g sugar

Donut think twice, factor IN this sweet treat for your donut fix, you’ll be happy 💚 you made a smarter, healthier choice!
Want the recipe? Head over to www.FFactor.com

#ffactorapproved #smartgirlseatfiber #sugarfree #healthyrecipes #Bennifer #lowcarb #Protein #proteinrecipes

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✨Serving you this rich and decadent #ffactor2020 Flourless Chocolate Lava Cake to make your week just a bit sweeter!⁣

This step 1 #ffactorapproved dessert has 113 calories and 16x less net carb than a traditional version, so you can satisfy your chocolate craving 🍫🍰without interfering with your weight loss goals.⁣

Full recipe on www.FFactor.com

#proteinpowders #chocolatelovers #FFACTORAPPROVED #healthydessert #easyrecipes

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🌟✨ Transforming Dreams into Reality ✨🌟

Hey F-Factor Fam! 🙌 Ready to unlock your full potential? 💪 It all starts with setting your goals! 🎯✨
🚀 Whether it’s a healthier you, a career milestone, or a personal adventure, it all begins with a clear vision and determination. 💪🔥

✨ Make your goals crystal clear, and watch as you turn the invisible into the VISIBLE! 💫✨
Let’s embark on this incredible journey together, and make every step count! 🌟💥

#GoalGetter #DreamChaser #FFactorJourney #InvisibleToVisible #dreamstoreality

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Happy Challah-days from the F-Factor kitchen to yours! 💚

Screenshot the recipe below for the best Challah you will ever taste! Serve with a side of honey🍯 for a sweet new year! Check out @tanyazuckerbrot and @lizzysavetsky LIVE to learn more about Rosh Hashanah and the beautiful meaning behind home baked challah. Wishing all who celebrate a happy and healthy New Year!

Challah Recipe:


• 1/2 cup of warm water

• 4 packets (or 3 tablespoons) of active dry yeast

• 1 tablespoon of sugar

• 7 eggs

• 2 cups of sugar

• 1 and a 1/2 cups of canola oil

• 7 teaspoons of salt

• 4 cups of boiling water

• 5 pound bag of bread flour

• 2 eggs for the egg wash to put on before baking with your toppings of choice.


1. Proof the yeast: Place the 1/2 cup warm water, yeast, 1 tbl sugar in a large glass measuring cup or bowl. Set aside until yeast gets bubbly.

2. In a separate bowl, combine the 2 cups sugar, boiling water, salt, and oil.

3. Crack eggs into large bowl (or your mixer bowl). Add proofed yeast, mix again. Add the sugar/water mixture. Mix thoroughly.

4. Add the flour in batches, incorporating well each time.

5. Knead dough for 10-15 minutes, adding flour as needed until you get that earlobe.

6.Place dough in a large bowl (greased), cover with a damp towel and let rise in a warm place for about 2 hours, punching down in the interim.

7. Turn out dough onto floured surface.

Separate the piece of dough with the blessing if you make it.

8. Divide dough into 6-7 pieces, and shape into challah according to your favorite style.

(You can braid three strands, four strands, six strands - whatever!).

9. Let rise another 30 minutes or so.

10. Brush each loaf with beaten egg. Sprinkle with seeds.

11. Bake at 350F for about 30 minutes or until it sounds hollow when tapped on the bottom.

#roshhashana #challah #ffactorapproved #friendswhobaketogetherstaytogether

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