Actress, Suzanne Somers
Stay Sexy, Healthy and Beautiful at Any Age
Actress, award winning author and health expert Suzanne Somers joins the show to talk about her newest book, Sexy Forever. She explains how toxins get stored in our fat tissue, making it impossible to lose weight as we get older. She teaches us how to clean out and restore our bodies, and tells us how to keep weight off while eating great food to be absolutely sexy — forever.
Suzanne Somers is a house hold name from way back over 20 years ago when she entered our homes via “Three’s Company” and now you cannot turn on the television without seeing her newest book or newest products Suzanne has authored 20 books, including 11 New York Times bestsellers. Published in March 2004, The Sexy Years (Crown), focused on the positives of aging and understanding natural bioidentical hormone replacement and started a revolution in the way women think about their bodies and menopause. It debuted at #3 on the New York Times bestseller list, placed at #28 overall among non-fiction titles published in 2004, according to Publishers Weekly, and has sold more than 1 million copies since its publication. Ageless, Suzanne’s informed and empowering book on anti-aging medicine and maintaining an optimal quality of life, released by Crown in October 2006, became an instant #1 bestseller on Amazon, a #1 New York Times bestseller, and a USA Today and Publishers Weekly bestseller in its first week on sale. BREAKTHROUGH: Eight Steps to Wellness (Crown; 2008) was an instant New York Times bestseller, and remained on that list for ten weeks, also appearing on the bestseller lists of USA Today, The Wall Street Journal, Entertainment Weekly, and Publishers Weekly. Suzanne authoritatively took on a disease she’s conquered herself—cancer— in KNOCKOUT: Interviews with Doctors Who Are Curing Cancer—And How to Prevent Getting it in the First Place (Crown; 2009). Knockout debuted at #1 on the New York Times bestsellers list, remaining there for six weeks, and also appeared on the bestseller lists of USA Today, The Wall Street Journal, and Publishers Weekly.
Dr. David Friedman