About the Book
It’s time to bring families back to their dinner tables. Columbia University studied families who planned, prepared, and ate dinner at home. They concluded that when families ate together, children formed better relationships with their parents and teens between sixteen and eighteen who ate at least five times a week with their family were significantly less likely to get involved in drugs, did better in school, and formed stronger friendships (CASAColumbia 2012). Dinner at a Queen’s Table shares recipes that will help you prepare delicious healthy food and bring your family back to the table.
As a health educator and cooking school instructor, Etta Collins has learned that people want to start at a place of familiarity. These transitional recipes, written with the beginner in mind, will help your taste buds adapt to new ways of eating. Each recipe has nutritional facts that illustrate low-fat, low-salt, low-sugar, and without cholesterol or trans-fats. Etta includes “My Seven Favorite Menus” to show how easy it is to get started. Also included is “Additional Tips for Maintaining Good Health” to help complete the picture of healthy living. This book is a progressive lifestyle change toward plant-based living; by taking small steps, you and your family will experience a marked difference in health.
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About the Author
Etta R. Montague Collins began to study and work toward experiencing better health for herself and her family. Etta and her husband, Ed, live in Virginia. They travel throughout the United States conducting health seminars and cooking schools. She holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in print journalism from Metropolitan State University in Denver, Colorado. Etta loves reading and walking.
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