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eHealthPath Takes on the Finer Details of Healthy Cooking and Healthy Living with Launch of New Blog

Minneapolis, MN (PRWEB) July 31, 2014

eHealthPath.com, a premier website dedicated to promoting healthy living habits through online cooking courses and nutritional guidance, is launching a health-centric blog focusing on affordable meal planning and behavioral choices that help readers transition to more balanced lifestyle habits.

Frantz Corneille, eHealthPath co-founder and CEO says the blog will utilize experts in the fields of culinary arts, nutrition and medicine to present invaluable information and techniques for learning how to live a longer, healthier life.

“The goal of our blog is to help our members establish healthy eating habits without undermining the importance of enjoying every meal,” Corneille says.

The blog will provide twice-monthly updates on the latest trends in nutrition, healthful and delicious cooking, enjoyable lifestyle-based activities and much more. Through the eHealthPath.com blog, readers will have immediate access to timely and engaging articles on subjects like healthy meal planning, adapting recipes to special dietary needs, learning to maximize the grocery budget without sacrificing meal quality and other beneficial lifestyle news.

By augmenting the eHealthPath website’s structured online cooking courses with solid nutritional information and other relevant news through its blog, Corneille plans to bring the joys and benefits of embracing healthy lifestyle choices to anyone who decides they’re ready for change.

eHealthPath.com teaches members at all skill levels—from beginners who never learned to cook to those who would like to broaden their culinary skills—how to select the freshest ingredients, combine flavors to create a wide variety of meal options, create entirely new meals from leftovers and much more.

eHealthPath.com also works with insurers and employers to provide an incentive program that rewards policyholders and employees who make the effort to establish a healthier lifestyle—a proactive approach that can help lower medical payouts and reduce employer insurance premiums.

“Good nutrition offers a level of preventative medicine that represents the present and future goals of health care in America,” Corneille says.

To find out more about the eHealthPath online cooking courses, nutrition courses and blog, visit the website at http://www.ehealthpath.com, call 612-396-3674, or email fcorneille(at)ehealthpath(dot)com.

About eHealthPath.com:

eHealthPath.com online cooking and nutrition courses are designed to address the obstacles many people face when it comes to preparing healthy, nutritious meals, beginning with a general lack of cooking skills that has become a norm in today’s fast-paced world.

The eHealthPath philosophy is both simple and sobering: cooking is not just one of the most important skills a person can learn, but a tool everyone needs in order to live a healthy lifestyle that they can pass on to their children. By providing fact-based material to shed light on the sea of conflicting information regarding food sources and nutrition, eHealthPath hopes to instill confidence in its members’ ability to become their own cooking and nutrition experts.

The real work will be done only when people change the way they think about the foods they eat. eHealthPath has produced a structured cooking curriculum that espouses education and personal responsibility, and enhances the potential for success by making the courses easily accessible at the viewer’s convenience.


CookingSchools.com Reveals 3 Tips for Cooking Healthy Cuisine

Bohemia, NY (PRWEB) February 20, 2014

CookingSchools.com, an online directory of culinary schools, offers three tips on how to improve healthy cooking skills.

According to a February 6th article posted on Frugal Family Favorites titled “5 Quick Cooking Tips for Healthy Meals,” eating high quality, low calorie meals is important to maintaining a happy and healthy lifestyle. However, sometimes it may be hard for people to cook healthy meals, especially if they are inexperienced.

Andrew Girard, a representative for CookingSchools.com, offers advice to beginner cooks and people who want to eat healthier. “Even the most inexperienced chef can cook healthy,” he says. “While it may be easier to pop a premade meal into a microwave, it’s typically not that healthy. The best way to maintain a healthy lifestyle is to cook. Cooking light promotes using simple, fresh ingredients and less fatty or sugary products. By following these three tips, you can ensure that you cook healthy and stay healthy.” While the article provides five ways to improve healthy cooking skills, Girard discusses the three most important tips.

1. Plan meals in advance. “By planning in advance, you can prepare your vegetables and other ingredients all at once,” Girard says. “This saves time and saves you from wasting vegetables and other important ingredients.”

2. Make meals from scratch. “Not only do homemade meals taste better, but they are generally less expensive,” he says. “By making your meal from scratch, you save money at the grocery store while eliminating preservatives and other negative ingredients abundant in pre-packaged foods.”

3. Cook a few meals at a time. “Cooking healthy takes a little more time to prepare,” he says. “If you cook a few meals at once, you can save time later by simply reheating your meals. Foods like soup and salads are easy to heat up or prepare quickly if made in advance.”

For couples or individuals who want to learn more about cooking and the culinary arts, Girard suggests taking a cooking class. “The easiest way to improve your healthy cooking skills is by going to culinary school. CookingSchools.com is the easiest way to find culinary schools that best fit your needs.”

CookingSchools.com is the leading source for information on culinary degrees, culinary schools and cooking programs. Maintained by Monster.com, a popular resource for job seekers and employers, CookingSchools.com helps prospective chefs, teachers, restaurant managers and culinary students find schools, jobs, and programs best suited for their needs. CookingSchools.com is an affiliate of ArtSchools.com, a similar directory featuring the top art schools.