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Christine Avanti is a certified nutritionist, a graduate of West Lake Culinary Institute, and the nutrition director and executive chef at Passages rehabilitation center in Malibu, CA. She lives in Los Angeles.
Love love these books. Good advice and great information.Published 13 months ago by Amazon Customer
A neat new way of looking at things. This is not a preachy diet book. We enjoyed reading it at our house.Published 17 months ago by Lisa Folk
What I was expected by the person who sent it to me when I first got it so thanks yepPublished 18 months ago by Roy A. Eby
It is a good easy read. I'm going to now read In defense of food because I feel like I would like more information about real food. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Jennifer E.
Great ideas. Like that you can cut out all the bad stuff and still feel full. Can't wait to recommend to friends.Published 23 months ago by Adam Larsen
Wasn't what I wanted. I wanted more of a cookbook and less of a how-to book. Show me, not tell me.Published on November 26, 2013 by Dr. PK
It's a good read, even if she does talk about herself through out the entire book. There is some useful information however, if you can dig through the extra paragraphs that are... Read morePublished on November 12, 2013 by Cowgirl Sue
This is a good cook book. Just wish it had more recipes and less teaching material and commentary. Still valuable purchase.Published on October 22, 2013 by Home Zoo