4. Could you please explain how your vision has progressed in the last 20 years based on the know-how that you have built?
You’ll need to read the second book Women for All Season and the fourth The French Women Don’t Get Fat Cookbook (the latter was not translated into French) which gives my feedback on what I learned. Remember, unlike diet books …I don’t say do this don’t do that or eat this don’t eat that but rather give templates so each of you can apply according to food preferences, cultural differences, budget, lifestyle, work schedule, etc. My chapter of eggs for example is something I’m proud of as so many people think eggs are bad for us…on the opposite and it is also a fast, simple and inexpensive way to feed a crowd and/or give your family the good proteins.
My magical breakfast is also a big hit as many people realize that they need a good breakfast to start the day and in the French lifestyle of my family it means a combo of glucids, lipids and proteins…and oh the walnuts is a wonderful protein for your brain in the am and the flaxseed oil and lemon juice terrific at that time. Photo credit : Tim Knox (first photo)