Eat Right for Your Type Cookbooks Launch Successfully
More than 100 guests packed the Outback Teen Center in New Canaan, Connecticut, on the evening of September 26, to celebrate the launch of the Blood Type Diet cookbooks, Eat Right 4 Your Type Personalized Cookbooks, a series of healthy lifestyle cookbooks aimed at people who are interested in maximizing both health and flavor. The four books, created by New York Times best-selling author, Dr. Peter J. D’Adamo and celebrity chef, Kristin O’Connor, are the ultimate kitchen companion and contain more than 150 contemporary recipes, pantry stocking tips, shopping lists, and menu planning options.
At the party, guests were treated to hors d’oeuvres derived from recipes in the books and prepared by local caterer, Bertrand L’Herbette of Fabulous Feasts in New Canaan. The event was hosted by D’Adamo’s Wilton-based nutritional supplement company, D’Adamo Personalized Nutrition, and Julie Pryor of Pryority Wellness Center in New Canaan. The books were provided by Elm Street Books, also in New Canaan.
After being introduced by Julie Pryor, D’Adamo briefly spoke about the evolution of his blood type concept from a simple idea to a global phenomenon. Light years ahead of its time, D’Adamo had been a proponent of grass-fed beef, alternative grains, and organic produce well before they became mainstream. D’Adamo said, “These unique personalized cookbooks amplify a very simple message that I have worked to educate the public about over these last three decades: That eating intelligently can be simple, inexpensive, tasty and fun!”
O’Connor, who also attended the event, was lauded by D’Adamo for her innovative approach to recipe development and for “making this much more than just a another cookbook,” with her guides to implementing D’Adamo’s blood type approach in the kitchen.
The four Blood Type Diet cookbooks, Type O, Type A, Type B, and Type AB, are currently available at Elm Street Books, on Amazon, and through D’Adamo Personalized Nutrition in Wilt
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