Figuring out how to eat right and stay healthy on your own is hard! Here is help from someone who's been there. Like many girls, Daphne Oz struggled with her weight as a teenager and couldn't stick with the extreme restrictions of fad diets. She was able to seize control over her health and her weight only when she recognized the golden opportunity offered by the transition to college life.
With the help of her father and grandfather, both cardiac surgeons, and her grandmother, a nutritional adviser, she figured out a whole new approach to managing her weight. How well did it work? You be the judge: In her first semester of college, she not only skipped the proverbial Freshman 15she lost 10 pounds and became healthier than she had ever been. Now the secrets of her success are available to you. The Dorm Room Diet will keep you looking good, feeling great, and staying fit! Daphne's 8-step program shows you how to:
- stop eating out of emotional need
- navigate the most common danger zones at school for unhealthy eating
- get the exercise you need, even in your small dorm room
- choose vitamins and supplements wisely
- relax and rejuvenate amid the stress of college life
The Dorm Room Diet will empower you to use your new found independence to create a healthy lifestyle while you're in collegeand for the rest of your life.
About the Author
Daphne Oz believes in happy, healthy living based on the successful strategies she developed to permanently shed more than thirty pounds while still enjoying all the foods she loves. She is all about finding innovative ways to fill her life with smart, accessible luxury and sharing her practical tips for making the process fun and easy. A 2008 Princeton University graduate, she is cohost of ABC's hit show The Chew, coauthor of the New York Times bestseller The Chew: Food. Life. Fun., and author of the national bestseller The Dorm Room Diet. Daphne has been featured in the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Washington Post, Reader's Digest, Glamour, Teen Vogue, Seventeen, Cosmopolitan, People, and US Weekly; cohosted The View; and appeared on Good Morning America, Fox & Friends, The Dr. Oz Show, and NPR's Weekend Edition. Daphne received her chef's degree from the Natural Gourmet Institute and is a graduate of the Institute for Integrative Nutrition. She lives with her husband, John, in New York City.
Mehmet C. Oz, M.D., is the multiple Emmy Award-winning host of The Dr. Oz Show. He is a professor and vice-chairman of surgery at Columbia University, the medical director of the Integrated Medicine Center, and director of the Heart Institute at New York Presbyterian/Columbia Medical Center.