The Wall Street Diet Book

Heather Bauer's new book comes out on January 3, 2012. If you know exactly what to eat but still can't lose weight, this is the book for you. Stop mindlessly inhaling the breadbasket and stop shoveling in the M&M'S– Bread is the Devil is the solution for all of you diet sabteurs out there.

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Heather Bauer, RD CDN

Heather Bauer is a nationally recognized nutrition expert, author, and entrepreneur.

Her fresh and inspiring approach to diet has landed her prime time spots on Good Morning America, CNN, CBS, The Talk, Access Hollywood Live and The Tyra Banks Show. She has also been featured in the New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, and People Magazine.

She is the author of two top selling books; The Wall Street Diet (Hyperion 2008) and Bread is the Devil (St. Martin's Press 2012) and has a regular column on The Huffington Post where she writes about the latest trends in diet, health and nutrition.

In 2012, she founded Bestowed ( a subscription service that offers consumers a personalized way to discover, sample, shop and learn about the best nutrition and lifestyle products on the market.

She is also the founder of Nu-Train, a diet and nutrition counseling center that has taught thousands of people how to safely lose weight and keep it off for good. Nu-Train's success stories range from New York's top bankers, lawyers, and doctors, to mothers, athletes and celebrities.

Heather is a Registered Dietitian (RD) and a New York State Certified Dietitian-Nutritionist (CDN). She graduated from The University of Wisconsin and is a member of the American Dietetic Association (ADA) and the New York State Dietetic Association (NYSDA).

For a listing of press and media appearances, visit Heather's press page.


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