"Dr. Colbert's nutritional advice keeps your skin healthy and radiant." -- Rachel Weisz, Academy Award-winning actress
"In my over twenty years dedicated to providing practical and accessible health information for the masses...this simple, sweet, sassy, and sane book delivers the science of looking and feeling good with the easiest, most sensible how-to advice, tips, and plan that I have come across. Finally, true science and sound advice blend in this book in a way that I can integrate into my life overnight." -- Nan-Kirsten Forte, executive vice president, WebMD.com; editor in chief, WebMD the Magazine
"It's never too late to get revenge." -- Amy Sedaris, actress, comedienne, and author of I Like You So Much
"Dr. Colbert has been taking care of my skin for years. His gentle approach to skin care and nutrition is what works for me. I trust him implicitly." -- Edie Falco, Emmy Award-winning actress, star of The Sopranos
and Nurse Jackie
“[Colbert's] explanation of how modern foods have sabotaged our health is fascinating… Exceptionally informative and easy to understand, this title will appeal to anyone who is looking for a quick fix that won’t undermine his or her health, as so many speedy weight-loss plans do.”
--Library Journal (starred review)
--This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
About the Author
David A. Colbert, M.D., New York Dermatology Group Founder and Head Physician, is Board Certified by the American Academy of Dermatology and board eligible in Internal Medicine. He has been established in private practice in New York City since 1997, after studying medicine at La FacultÉ LibrÉ de Medecine in Lille, France, receiving his degree from New York Medical College and completing his residency at Columbia-Presbyterian Hospital in New York. He is a member of The American Academy of Dermatology, The American College of Physicians and Surgeons, and the American College of Dermatological Surgeons.
Terry Reed wrote the original screenplay for the independent film Cherry
, released in 2000. A graduate of the Columbia University MFA Writing Program, she lives in New York City.