The Cooking Slim Online Course

A free online course in cooking for weight loss from CookingSlim.org 

This is an online course on how to lose weight without counting calories.  To some people that would seem weird or impossible, but it isn't.  You don't have to count calories because, barring a serious metabolic disorder, your body does that for you.  Much like cats, humans are capable of gorging, but most of us won't do it unless we are lacking something nutritionally.  Also, like cats, what we're lacking in such a case is usually meat and/or grass (green vegetables).
 
Eventually, someone will probably call this the epigenetic diet, because discoveries made in that field are proving the efficacy of anachronistic diets.
 
If you're technically overweight, but you have plenty of energy, and are very active, this class is not for you.  You don't need it.  Your body is working just fine, and you're just one of those thickly built people for whom weight loss is just cosmetic.  For you, calorie restriction will work until you're old enough that you stop caring so much about being "hot".
 
If you are legitimately overweight or obese and feel tired a lot, then this is the right place to start.  This will give you instructions for starting a long term lifestyle change that will work forever.

How to take this course

Use the links to the left or in the "subpages" list, to navigate through the lessons.  At the bottom of most of the pages, there is a comments section where you may post your questions and comments, or have discussions on the post.  If there is something you'd prefer to discuss in private, feel free to email me.

Recent Announcements

  • Kids Cooking Slim Launches The kids' section of CookingSlim.org is now open.  Hopefully it'll help some kids learn how to eat naturally, and some parents to assist them with that.  If you parents and kids out there have any suggestions, requests, or thoughs, feel free to send them.   So far, I've posted a recipe for home made "pop tarts" and for white bean chili for burritos.  Let me know what you think.  :-)
    Posted Nov 28, 2009, 7:03 AM by Nicole Lasher
  • A Healthy Natural Thanksgiving Thanksgiving Day is coming on November 26, 2009 in the U.S. and if you haven't started already, this is the time to begin preparation.  I'm sure you've already been bombarded with offers and ads for products that claim to be tasty and healthy, but certainly aren't.   If this is your first year on the natural food plan, the idea of making your Thanksgiving totally fake food free might seem a daunting task, but it's really not.  Most traditional Thanksgiving recipes are quite old and easily made without the phoney food or "phood" as I like to call it.  The natural version tastes better.   Draw inspiration from the meaning of the holiday.  The European pilgrims ...
    Posted Nov 14, 2009, 7:47 PM by Nicole Lasher
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Credits and Special Links

This course is hosted on Google Sites, an excellent free service for those running online courses, blogs, and work groups.  You can use your own subdomain like we did, and hook up your Adsense account.  Neat huh?
 
This site's alternative URL cook.athersite.com is provided by Sitelutions.  They have excellent hosting plans and domain goodies.