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Tips for not having to give up the deliciousness of chef Michel Guérard.

Many of the great chefs say that to learn how to cook well, you have to start with classic French cuisine.

But there are those who criticize it for not adjusting to the tastes of the moment: it is a tradition in which it is not possible to be shy with cream or butter, and wonders are done with sugar.

Chef Michel Guérard, winner of three Michelin stars, promoted the movement new kitchen that redefined French cuisine in the 1970s.

With BBC GoodFood he shared his secrets for making French delicacies a little healthier.