The introduction explains how Olivia eats healthfully and has sections explaining organic foods, various nutrients, the importance of water, even how to grow your own sprouts. It has gorgeous, full-color photos (of Olivia and of the food) throughout and a good variety of healthy recipes. There are chapters on breakfast; entrees; shakes, smoothies and juices; appetizers; and even dessert. Many options are vegetarian or vegan, but there area a few with fish or chicken and a couple using beef.
I really enjoyed looking through the book, but that might be mostly because I'm a fan. One of the reasons I love Olivia is that I admire her healthy habits, so I liked reading more about what she eats and why.
If I have any criticism, it's that many of the ingredients are difficult, if not impossible, for me to find. Granted, I live in the middle of nowhere Missouri. But I don't even know where to begin to find goji berries, maca powder, or dahl. If you live in a more metropolitan area and/or have a Whole Foods nearby, you'll probably be fine.