Aussie chef, author, and animal lover shares her advice for a healthy lifestyle

Antonio Silva is the author of two books about eco-friendly travel, a new book about animal-loving chefs and a series of videos about living with dogs.

Silva was born in Rio de Janeiro and moved to New Zealand, where he worked as a chef.

His first book, Eco-Friendly Travel, won the International Book Awards for best travel book in 2017.

He also published a children’s book, The Art of Dog Training, which is now in its third edition.

“I’ve always been a vegan and have never been a vegetarian.

But in Australia, I am vegan and I’ve always had a passion for animals,” Silva said.

He said that people have always been interested in the animals, but he found a new way to engage with them. “

It’s the most rewarding thing in the world to do.”

He said that people have always been interested in the animals, but he found a new way to engage with them.

“There is so much to learn about dogs.

The fact that we have animals in Australia has changed a lot of people’s outlook on it,” he said.

Silva’s first book about the environment was Animal Farm: A Journey Through the World’s Most Famous Farm.

It was a bestseller and he has since written more than 40 other books about animals, including The Dog Whisperer, The Way Dogs Think, The Ultimate Guide to Living with Dogs, and The Best Dog Book in the World.

Silva said he was surprised by the positive response to his book.

“This book is a great place to start,” he told The Times.

It has a great story, and I want people to get to know it and come to understand the animals.” “

My hope is that it gets published.

It has a great story, and I want people to get to know it and come to understand the animals.”

Silva said that he also wants to inspire people to adopt dogs.

“Animals are so important in the animal welfare world,” he explained.

It’s not an easy decision, because the animals can’t understand that they are a person.” “

But you can also see it as a very personal decision.

It’s not an easy decision, because the animals can’t understand that they are a person.”

Silva also encourages people to share their story and make sure they understand the risks and benefits.

“We all know dogs are very intelligent,” he continued.

“So it’s a great way to share your story.”

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