Thursday, August 17th, 2017

Pete Thomas Hosts Cooking Demonstration with Executive Chef from Michelle Obama’s “Let’s Move” Initiative  in Washington D.C.!

      Pete Thomas and National Institutes of Health Executive Chef Robert Hedetniemi Whip Up a Fun and Tasty Cooking Demonstration in Washington D.C.! Washington, D.C. — On October 23, 2010, Pete Thomas, the Season 2 At-Home Winner of NBC’s “The Biggest Loser” teamed up with Executive Chef Robert Hedetniemi of the National Institutes of Health, and Ambassador for First Lady Michelle... [Read more]

How to Eat… Pete Thomas to offer Health Eating Tips and Cooking Demonstration the National Mall in Washington, D.C.

Pete Thomas and National Institutes of Health Executive Chef Robert Hedetniemi offer Fun and Interactive Cooking Demonstration!   Ann Arbor, MI— Pete Thomas, the Season 2 At-Home Winner of NBC’s “The Biggest Loser” will inspire the nation’s next generation of scientists and engineers at the Inaugural USA Science & Engineering Festival in Washington, D.C. on Saturday, October 22, 2010... [Read more]

Some U.S. cereals more than half sugar

As a follow up to the rant I posted earlier I thought this article would be helpful to parents and anyone who eats cereal for breakfast. When I was over 416 pounds my favorite cereals were Kellogg Frosted Flakes and Kellogg Raisin Bran with lots and lots of sugar. (After all why not destroy any positive effects of eating Bran by adding sugar to it right?) I would regularly eat a large bowl of cereal... [Read more]

Parents Continue To Fatten Their Children For Slaughter

Yesterday I went to visit with some of my great friends Sherman, Vanessa and their son Avery in Chicago.  The discussion turned toward doing an event that deals with Childhood Obesity.  Whenever I am asked about doing such events I get excited and then I get on my soapbox. So here we go again – Childhood Obesity is caused by bad parenting. Plain and simple.  There is no way around it.  We may... [Read more]

I am sure you are aware that Childhood Obesity has become a nationwide epidemic. Here are some statistics for you to consider: 1 in 5 children are obese Obese children average 4-6 hours of TV per day Nearly one-third of U.S. Children aged 4 to 19 eat fast food every day, Only Illinois has a statewide requirement for daily physical education as of January 2007. While trying out for NBC’s The... [Read more]