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Here you can dig into a collection of past newsletter editions featuring diet tips, nutrition finds and fabulous recipes.  We call them e-Dish'n's!!!

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C'est magnifique!
The Dish Divas' philosophy that good food is something to be savored, not shunned, is being spoken with a French accent and we couldn't be more excited and proud. Hip & Healthy Heroine, Mireille Guiliano, who appears on page 224 of The Dish (see excerpt below), is the author of the fabulous new book, French Women Don't Get Fat.
In it, Mireille shares her personal story of coming to America as an exchange student, gaining weight and then returning home to re-learn the time-tested secrets of French women who love to eat, but know how to do it sensibly. The Dish Divas say, “Bravo!” and “Voila!”

Hip and Healthy Heroine: Mireille Guiliano


The yellow label of Champagne Veuve Clicquot, made in the city of Reims in Champagne, is perhaps one of the most popular and sought after champagnes today, because it’s an icon of quality and style. Crisp, slightly spicy, perfect as an apertif or with a meal, it’s the “Armani of Champagne.” Mireille, who is President and CEO of Clicquot, Inc, lives in New York and travels back and forth to France just about every five weeks. She is one of our Hip and Healthy Heroines because she knows how to live with great energy and terrific style. Petite and full of life, she says, “I have never been on a diet!” Instead prefers to eat a light breakfast, such as yogurt, and enjoy small portions of delicious foods for lunch and dinner. Champagne is, of course, part of her healthy life too. She says, “Perhaps the best clue to unlocking the secrets of the health benefits of champagne are some real life examples. Madame Clicquot who founded the company, lived to the elegant age of 89 years (1777-1866) Currently we have 4 generations of Chefs de Caves or cellar masters from Champagne Veuve Clicquot still living. The oldest, M. Zeche, will turn 100 next year and still swims almost every single day!” So, perhaps when Ponce de Leon was looking for the Fountain of Youth, he should have set his sights on Champagne!

Dish Diva Action Plan: No matter what language you speak or where you live, you’ll learn how to eat fabulous foods and stay slim and trim by devouring the pages of nutrition tips, recipes and more tales from the trenches from all of our Hip & Healthy Heroines in The Dish on Eating Healthy and Being Fabulous! Order your copy of The Dish and buy one to share with your food-loving friends.







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