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Biggest Loser’s Brett Hoebel Joins Food Network’s Fat Chef

If you’ve ever wondered how chefs manage to work around food all day and maintain a healthy weight, you’ll want to tune into the new Food Network series The Fat Chef, which premieres on Thursday, January 26 at 10pm ET/PT.  Though the media portrays images of slim chefs like Giada De Laurentiis and Sandra Lee, there are many who do not fit this stereotype but play a huge role in determining how and what people eat.

The six episode series will offer viewers a behind-the-scenes look the struggles chefs face when their love for food affects their health. Twelve overweight culinary professionals from Illinois, New Jersey, New York, and Ohio will be featured over the course of their four-month venture to overcome weight issues with the help of therapists, nutritionists, and personal trainers.

Each episode will showcase two chefs working with their health consultants, including nutritionist and author Christine Avant, fitness guru Robert Brace, and former Biggest Loser trainer Brett Hoebel as they work to overcome their abusive relationships with food.

With approximately two-thirds of American adults and more than one-quarter of American children overweight or obese, it will be important for this show to teach chefs and viewers how to balance a healthy lifestyle and a love for food.

One chef is already “walking the walk.” Masaharu Morimoto, who lost forty pounds while working as a professional chef, credits his portion control, daily sessions on the treadmill, avoiding alcohol, and cooking at home for his weight loss and maintenance.

January 6th, 2012

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Jenn

Cindy,I just wanted to let you know how sorry I am for your loss. I will do everything in my power to help you,if you would give me the chance. Please just let me know.
As for the show,I am very anxious for it air! I love Brett,he has a great program called RevAbs,he is just fabulous.
Jenn

posted Jan 18th, 2012 6:14 pm


cindy jorgenson

I've been struggling with my weight ever since I was about 10 year's old I'm 44 now my husband is deceased he died from diabetes he was only 37 he was the love of my life I have 3 kids 2 that r at home I would love to live to see their weddings and hopefully someday grandbabies please help me my contact info is I'm probably wasting my time doing this cause nobody ever answers my emails but I hope you guy's do please help me.. Thanks so much.. Cindy Jorgenson

posted Jan 15th, 2012 11:26 pm



   
 

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