PRLog - Feb. 8, 2014 - DETROIT -- He’s a Doctor of Holistic Medicine and one of the most accomplished chefs and nutritionists in America, and now food mogul George Rapitis has added “culinary cupid” to his lists of successes. Over the course of two decades Rapitis has positioned himself as a leading expert in the areas of healthy living and nutritional cooking. He is the author of five books which have all seen tremendous popularity throughout the food industry and across the world.
Lighter Side of Dark Chocolate
Rapitis often attributes his success to his diligent studies and hunger for knowledge that earned him a Master’s of Science in Holistic Nutrition. George’s fans and followers often rave about his understanding of ingredients and food products. His vast nutritional knowledge is extremely evident in his authored book series which include The Healthy Pregnancy Cookbook, Ask the Nutritionists, The Gourmets Guide to Foodservice, The Recipemakever Diet, and The Lighter Side of Dark Chocolate.
After achieving international success as an author, George was awarded an opportunity to host his own televised cooking show. George accepted the opportunity and in 2012 he premiered the Eat Right by George cooking show. The program has the perfect blend of education, innovation, and comedy and quickly became a network favorite. He also launched The George Rapitis Radio Show in early 2013 with the intent of delivering his wealth of knowledge to a listening audience.
All this brings us to today. Rapitis has recently begun his Valentine’s promotion for his book The Lighter Side of Dark Chocolate. Have high blood pressure? Try a square of dark chocolate. Worried about cardiovascular disease? Snack on some dark chocolate chips. From the time of the Aztec Indians, the cocoa bean has been cherished as a "food of the gods." In this book, George Rapitis shows how dark chocolate contains powerful flavonoids that can help promote heart health. This book is filled with delicious recipes that are low in calories and filled with antioxidants all coming from dark chocolate. The Lighter Side of Dark Chocolate is now available on Amazon in paperback and kindle.