For this month, Solenn Heussaff has been posting teasers about the release of her latest project, Hot Sos.
At the 40th Milo Marathon held at the SM Mall of Asia Concert Grounds on July 31, she gave the participants a glimpse of her health and fitness book.
In an exclusive interview with PEP.ph (Philippine Entertainment Portal), she shared, "It’s a little bit of every thing, how to love your body, how to love yourself."
From workout tips to healthy and easy-to-do recipes which Solenn created herself, she wants people to see the fun side of staying fit.
"It’s just about feeling good inside, so my book is more about teaching people how to get into that lifestyle.
"But then, you really have to quit eating your bacon or your lechon, it’s just a balanced lifestyle.
"I think people will enjoy it. It’s a very easy read and very entertaining."
How about her brother, chef entrepreneur Erwan Heussaff, does he have plan of releasing his own book?
Erwan admitted there have been many "intense" offers.
He remarked, "I’ve been approached. It was intense. I want to do a book, I want it to be really well-written and properly done.
"If I did a fitness book, it’ll take me at least three years to do it."
But next year, he might be ready to release one.
"It’s a cooking book, but not like your typical recipe book. I kinda wanna see how I can give back to the Philippines?
"I feel like we have so many tribes in the Philippines like in Mindanao.
"There’s so many different populations and minorities and stuff like that, and all of them have such interesting recipes that, me, someone has been born and raised in Makati, had never seen in my life."
Solenn revealed that Erwan's recent trip to Bukidnon actually made him consider settling in the region permanently.
The Fat Kid Inside turned animated, "It’s ridiculous, like the farmers and what they’re growing.
"Like what 17-year-olds consider eating, for someone in Manila, ‘Woah that’s super fancy,’ but it’s not for them.
"So I wanna do a cookbook that’s focused solely on tribal cooking."