28 LBS SLIMMER – 20 YEARS YOUNGER-LOOKING!
A new way to be 28 lbs slimmer and 20 years younger-looking
Dr. Colbert is a Guest on NBC’s Martha Stewart
Dr. David Colbert shared his Shopping List, inside and out in NBC's Martha Stewart
High School Reunion Diet is Sighted on Page Six!
Dr. Colbert and Anne Slowey are sighted with the High School Reunion Diet in NYC.
The Daily Vinaigrette
For six weeks and beyond, star pupils on the HSR Diet eat a luscious salad for lunch, beautifully dressed, of course.
Dr. Colbert enters America’s Newsroom
Dr. David Colbert's new diet book unlocks secrets to looking younger.
HIGH SCHOOL REUNION DIET
by David Colbert, MD
with Terry Reed
In a culture of obesity, poisonous fast food, myriad food phobias, and one weight loss diet more bizarre than the next, Dr. David Colbert and Terry Reed have written a lucid, lively book that offers its readers an antidote: sanity. Well researched, medically sound, and entirely free of hysteria, High School Reunion Diet is much more than a means to an end. It is a lively, smart primer on how to eat, not just for thirty days, but forever.
Dr. Colbert is like your favorite high school teacher—very funny, a little sarcastic and a lot subversive. By translating nutritional science into a language we can finally relate to, he gets inside your head and turns your thinking around. Your body will never be the same again—and years later, you’ll probably still be thanking him for it.
With its concise exposure of unnatural foods, in a voice somewhere between a savvy coach and a cheer leader, this book can help you master a healthier way to eat, crème brûlée included.
“Many things cause people to make a radical change–a new job, marriage or moving to a new city just to name a few. But for O’s creative director Adam Glassman it was a yearly physical with his doctor and the discovery of high blood pressure that caused him to re-evaluate his relationship with food. A self-described skinny kid, he says, “I never had to diet in my entire life.”
Should sugary foods be taxed? High School Reunion Diet co-author Dr. David Colbert responds to Mark Bittman’s New York Times article about taxing unhealthy foods. http://www.nytimes.com/2011/07/29/opinion/should-unhealthy-foods-be-taxed.html?_r=1&ref=letters
Cosmetic and medical dermatologist Dr. Colbert gives his top tips for keeping your skin looking young and healthy.