Diamond Diet Endorsements
In America, obesity, and its associated ill effects, are rife and growing worse. The advice advocated in The Diamond Diet is so clear, easy to use, and so full of common sense, it ought to be a cornerstone of our national solution to this epidemic.
Nancy Chockley, MBA
President, the National Institute for Health Care Management Foundation
(Washington, D.C.) www.nihcm.org
The Diamond Diet book provides a practical approach to improve your life. I recommend it, especially for the millions of people who are just beginning to understand the real control they have over their future health by better choices for their diet and lifestyle.
The Diamond Diet advocates a common sense philosophy and implementation strategy that can readily be identified with and accepted. It recommends a series of sensibly balanced lifestyle approaches for promoting good health and preventing a multitude of chronic disorders. Through these useful exercises, the reader is gradually eased into adopting new healthy lifestyle habits.
William N. Hait, M.D., Ph.D.
Director, The Cancer Institute of New Jersey; Associate Dean, Oncology Programs Professor of Medicine & Pharmacology UMDNJ/Robert Wood Johnson Medical School
Steven J. Shiff, M.D.
The Unilever Chair for the Study of Diet and Nutrition in the Prevention of Chronic Disease, The Cancer Institute of New Jersey; Associate Professor of Medicine UMDNJ/Robert Wood Johnson Medical School
The Diamond Diet has an uncommon amount of sense and perspective in it. It is an interesting, well-researched, and important new book on healthy eating. I enjoyed it a great deal.
Thomas M. Vogt, M.D., M.P.H.
Principle Investigator for the Coordinating Center for the
DASH 1 study
Past faculty member at: UCLA, Oregon Health Sciences University, and the University of Hawaii.
The Diamond Diet is a splendid synthesis of good advice and scholarly research that should be read and used by anyone who is trying to live a healthy and ecologically thoughtful life in the new millennium… This is a beautifully crafted book that is highly readable from cover to cover.
George J. Hill, M.D.
Honorary Life Member of the National Assembly, American Cancer Society;
Past-President of both the American Association for Cancer Research and the
Academy of Medicine of New Jersey; Professor of Surgery, Emeritus, UMD NJ.
In our culture, where technology and fast foods rule, we grow fat and angry children… The Denburgs have created a wonderful sourcebook for the whole family by rooting through the cellar of healthcare debris. What has emerged is a medically sound and emotionally uplifting system… A must for all parents!
Howard C. Schlachter, M.D., F.A.A.P.
Clinical Assistant Professor of Pediatrics, University of
Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey
Rather than just prescribing another “diet,” [the Denburgs] have created in clear, direct, non-confusing language a way of being and eating that moves beyond conflicting dietary schools and methods. They invite us into a lively and engaging process, gently yet deliberately guiding us along a continuum of eating, exercise, self-inquiry and food preparation where failure is non-existent.
Saki F. Santorelli, Ed.D.
Executive Director, Center for Mindfulness in Medicine, Health Care, and Society;
Assistant Professor of Medicine, University of Massachusetts Medical School;
Director, Stress Reduction Clinic, UMass Memorial Medical Center