The Healthy Cooking Essentials eeries provides everything viewers need to begin cooking healthier, eating better and feeling lighter without sacrificing flavor and mealtime satisfaction.
MINNEAPOLIS, Minn. (PRWEB) July 29, 2014
eHealthPath.com, a new resource for online cooking classes, nutrition lessons and healthy lifestyle guidelines is now accepting memberships and taking orders through its website.
Beginning with a free micro course available now on pan searing, viewers can log into the eHealthPath.com site to view the company’s online cooking courses and get an idea of how they work. Designed to help everyone from beginners to experienced cooks learn how to prepare tasty, nutritious meals affordably and glean techniques for kicking it up a notch with each new skill learned.
The eHealthPath program Healthy Cooking Essentials Series provides everything viewers need to begin cooking healthier, eating better and feeling lighter without sacrificing flavor and mealtime satisfaction. eHealthPath’s online cooking courses teach skills for everyday use that encourage users to change old, unhealthy eating habits and develop a healthy new relationship with food. Course developers recommend a six-week approach and encourage users to cook practice recipes twice weekly for maximum retention.
However, thanks to the online nature of the eHealthPath program, members can complete the classes at their own pace.
In addition to the online classes, members receive individualized sets of eHealthPath’s Mix+Match cards describing which foods are best to pair with various ingredients.
The online cooking classes include high quality, on-demand video lessons that zero in on techniques and practice recipes for learning and perfecting new skills. ehealthPath also provides access to culinary experts who are available to answer questions and provide support.
The Healthy Cooking Essentials program teaches members:
- How to turn a favorite recipe into many different delicious meals
- How to combine new ingredients to create incredibly tasty meals
- How to easily broaden one’s culinary range by learning to use flavor profiles
- A recipe-shorthand technique guaranteed to save time
- How to read food labels like a nutrition expert, and much, much more
The Healthy Cooking Essentials program provides member access to all Healthy Cooking Essentials online cooking courses plus topic-specific sets of Mix+Match Meal Cards for a full year at a cost of just $67.
eHealthPath.com also offers the Healthy Cooking Essentials gift bundle, an ideal gift for anyone who is interested in learning basic food preparation skills, or in expanding their cooking techniques. Course topics include informative segments on how to use a variety of spices, meal planning to fit any budget, making unique meals every day with the same base ingredients, and much more. A customized message is included with the Healthy Essentials gift bundle, for the same low cost of $67.
The Healthy Cooking Essentials program is a great way to enhance any corporate wellness program with a goal of helping employees get and stay healthy. It can be used as an incentive or a reward for staff members, and can add a new layer of camaraderie among coworkers seeking healthier lifestyle changes. Regularly priced at $90.00 per employee, eHealthPath corporate gift bundles are being offered for $60 for a limited time.
eHealthPath courses are designed to bring the joys and benefits of learning to prepare fresh, tasty meals to a generation of adults who never learned the basics of cooking, or who know the basics but would like to expand their skills. It can also serve as a great tool for adults to introduce preteens and teens to healthy cooking techniques that they will be able to use for a lifetime.
By establishing a knowledgeable and healthy foundation for making good food choices, preparing food in different ways to keep mealtimes interesting and nutritious, and adapting these skills to an overall healthy lifestyle plan, eHealthPath.com founder and CEO Frantz Comeille believes people can shed unhealthy fast and processed food habits that can lead to obesity, serious illness and premature death.
“It’s all about establishing a healthy relationship with food and teaching our children to adopt these life skills at an early age,” Comeille says.
To find out more about the eHealthPath online cooking courses and to register for the Healthy Cooking Essentials program, visit the website at http://www.ehealthpath.com, call 612-396-3674, or email fcorneille(at)ehealthpath(dot)com.
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 can be passed 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 accessible at the viewer’s convenience.