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monaMona Alaudhi is a Registered Dietitian/ Nutrition instructor at Eastern Michigan University and Madonna University. As a true foodie, she enjoys cooking, feeding others and is passionate about teaching those around her practical fun ways to clean eating and healthy living ways. She as an Associate’s Degree in Hotel & Restaurant Management form Henry Ford Community College, a Bachelors in Foods & Nutrition form University of Ontario (Canada), a Bachelor in Dietetics and Master in Human Nutrition from Eastern Michigan University. She also enjoys educating the community about nutrition and healthy choices through an online blog:


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What does Health Promotion Mean to Mona?
The road to wellness includes nutrition, exercise, healthy mental status and more. As a dietitian, my goal is to provide you with information and tools that will help you create a healthful diet based on real food; food that is natural, whole, minimally processed , as close to earth as possible and most importantly exciting to eat. Eating right should be uncomplicated, affordable, fun and personalized. It should also compliment your level of physical activity.
I hope to improve our community’s health and well-being through my nutrition knowledge and passion for good food.

Meaningful Quote:
“To eat is a necessity, but to intelligently is an art.” La Rochefoucauld

pete1In  November 2005, Pete Thomas walked away from the finale of NBC’s The Biggest Loser a winner – and a loser. He won $100,000 for losing the most weight of all the contestants that season. What he lost was 185 pounds in only nine short months – most of which he lost at home after being “voted off” by the other contestants.At his largest, Thomas tipped the scales at over 416lbs. As a child, Pete never learned about nutrition and exercise due to his transient lifestyle – a result of his mother’s serious mental illness. As a young child, he was left alone or with his younger sister— forced to find food wherever he could. Both Pete and his sister were put into foster care.

“Being on The Biggest Loser really saved my life,” Pete says. The knowledge he gained revolutionized the way he thinks, eats and exercises—so that now, over five years after being voted off the show, he maintains his weight-loss and he’s also creating other “Biggest Losers.” Since 2007, hundreds of individuals have lost thousands of combined pounds with Pete’s personally developed Lose It Fast Lose It Forever ™ Nutrition and Exercise program.

When companies want to invite a “Biggest Loser” contestant who possesses stellar motivational speaking skills, long-term weight-loss success, and in-depth knowledge in the science of nutrition and exercise, they call Pete Thomas—the one contestant whom the executive producers of NBC’s “The Biggest Loser” refer to as Mr. Biggest Loser!”

Pete has appeared on ABC’s The View, The 700 Club, and eXtra as well as being featured in People Magazine, Runner’s World, TV Guide, inTouch Weekly, Real Health and commercials nationwide. In addition, Thomas has completed two full triathlons, one full marathon, several half-marathons and is an Award recipient of The Governor’s Council on Physical Fitness.

A full-time motivational speaker, teacher, author, corporate wellness consultant and spokesperson for companies like NordicTrack and HealthPlus of Michigan, Pete now travels and spreads his “Winning Principles” to organizations worldwide and via his website, Pete is also the author of LOSE IT FAST, LOSE IT FOREVER (Avery Books, an imprint of Penguin USA) available September 17, 2012, wherever books are sold.

For an interview with Pete Thomas, contact Anita Lane at 646.450.6214 or via email at