MENTORS IN LOW CALORIE
Found 5 Mentors.
Ashtabula, Ohio..45 miles east of Cleveland on Lake Erie
Why I want to be mentor: I guess because I love food and I collect recipes. I have thousands.
Lesson Learned: Salt is not my friend.
Tip: Olive oil is wonderful and has so many uses, including beauty secrets.
Why I want to be mentor: As a person who has struggled with being overweight my whole life, I feel like the success I've had with weight loss and a healthy lifestyle over the last few years can help others.
Lesson Learned: Healthy food can be extremely tasty, filling, and make you feel great. A lot of people don't eat poorly so much as they eat too much in general. Portion control is a huge factor in nutrition. Everything in moderation.
Tip: Eat the right portion. Yes, the first time you eat 2 or 3 oz. of pasta, you may feel like it's a kiddie portion. But bulk it up with a lean protein like chicken or shrimp, veggies and a light sauce and you'll be surprised at how much it fills you up.
Why I want to be mentor: I\'m dedicated to helping you.
Lesson Learned: It\'s okay if you cheat, just don\'t quit.
Tip: Veggies are always the way to go.
Why I want to be mentor: I\'ve found so many ways to help cut calories in my favourite recipes and I\'d love to share the things I\'ve learned with others to help them live a healthier lifestyle!
Lesson Learned: Good food doesn\'t have to taste bad!\r\nDon\'t deny yourself anything you love, just find a way to make it a little healthier! Substitute, substitute, substitute!
Tip: If you can't get the hang of portion sizes, buy a digital scale and weigh your food! It works wonders!
Why I want to be mentor: I have extensive experience in this field and would like an outlet to express the knowledge I have gained.
Lesson Learned: The Fresher the better. Keep it simple. Healthy food does NOT compromise taste. Don't let the tips of your fingers end up in the food. They won't taste good.
Tip: Brown Rice is a godsend. As are Chilis. And Spicy Peppers