Category Archives: Cooking Tips

Ask Cheryl: Curbing Craving, Roasting Veggies, & The Dreaded “Brussels Sprouts Smell”

Wow! It seems like yesterday we were gearing up for our weekly Twitter chats but now we are we are about to enter Week 5 of The Biggest Loser. Last…

Ask Cheryl: Water Woes, Frozen Food Nutrients, & Kid Friendly Pistachio Recipes

Wow, another great Facebook chat in the books! You guys are amazing and I’m so glad that so many of you showed up for our weekly nutrition chat, my fingers…

Ask Cheryl: Your Nutrition Questions Answered!

Happy New Year! I hope your holiday season was happy and healthy! My new year kicked off with a bang with the start of the new season of The Biggest…

My Best Weight Loss Secrets

The Small Guide to Losing Big, is getting some serious press! After 16 seasons as the chef and dietitian for The Biggest Loser, I have finally compiled the best of…

Pistachio Pumpkin Cheesecake

This week officially kicked off holiday season on the blog, and I’ve featured a different pistachio-inspired, gluten-free, and diabetes-friendly recipe each day. Our final recipe is what everyone has waited…

Sweet Potatoes with Pistachio Butter

This week officially kicks off holiday season on the blog, and I’ll be featuring a different pistachio-inspired, gluten-free, and diabetes-friendly recipe each day. Today is everyone’s favorite, sweet potatoes–and this time…

Conversion Table For Measuring Portion Sizes

Measuring portions is an essential element of my eating plan, and the one I’ve taught the Biggest Loser contestants for the past 15 seasons. It’s important to be precise about…

The Power of Purple: Cooking With Color

With Team Purple in the Final Four (Hannah and Olivia were the first couple to make it together) on The Biggest Loser this week, what better time to address the…

When Should You Eat Dinner?

Eating and sleeping are two of our most basic functions, and they bear an important relationship to one another. Clients and Biggest Loser contestants have often asked me, “What is…

Seeing Red: Cooking with Color

As the saying goes, we eat with our eyes first. Our meal is more appetizing when the food looks pretty on the plate. Using bright vibrant colors helps with this,…

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