Kudos ~ Melanie Albert




Melanie Albert, founder and CEO of Experience Nutrition LLC, in Phoenix, has been recognized as a food writer in two exciting ways: She has been accepted into the Association of Food Journalists—a 40-year-old professional organization dedicated to preserving and perpetuating responsible food journalism across media platforms—and her cookbook—A New View of Healthy Eating: Simple Intuitive Cooking with Real Whole Foods—is an award-winning finalist in the “cookbooks: general” category of the 2018 International Book Awards.

Albert’s book is inspired by nine years of experience, and hundreds of cooking classes, workshops, events and retreats with thousands of people, including former NFL players, MDs, holistic practitioners, office professionals, seniors and kids.

A New View of Healthy Eating is a guide to creating simple, beautiful, tasty meals with local, seasonal whole foods, with the philosophy of intuitive cooking. With intuitive cooking, readers learn basic culinary techniques using simple-to-prepare recipes. Once they learn the techniques, they can intuitively shop at local farmers’ markets, and intuitively cook and mindfully create simple, tasty, healthy meals with real whole foods. The book features 84 simple culinary techniques; 54 simple whole food, plant-based, gluten-free, healthy recipes; and 43 inspiring nutrition tips.

The book is available on Melanie Albert’s Experience Nutrition website, EXPNutrition.com.

 

 

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