“I never thought that I could rejuvenate myself by changing my diet. I have spent a fortune on products, procedures, and personal trainers but seem to have been missing the most important piece of the puzzle. The Sugar Detox helped me lose weight and the amazing thing is that my skin looks better than ever. Good-bye sugar, hello to a younger looking me.”
L. C., working mom
“The Sugar Detox awakened my senses. I have a newfound appreciation for how food should smell and taste and how good my body feels when I’m eating well.”
M. Z. G., product manager
“After a twenty-five-year career as a pastry chef, the Sugar Detox was the perfect antidote. It gently eased me into a healthier lifestyle—a lifestyle that was easy to adapt to after a lifetime of eating so much sugar and fats. I feel as if I’m ten years younger in just a month.”
“I lost 10 pounds in a month, feel good, am less tired, and couldn’t be happier. What is most interesting, though, is that I used to get occasional hypoglycemic blood sugar drops and feel like I was going to pass out if I didn’t eat something immediately to raise my blood sugar. But since I have been eating the Sugar Detox way, I haven’t experienced that feeling even once—no instant rush of having to eat something, no postmeal crashes. It’s as though my sys- tem kind of smoothed itself out. I definitely intend to keep eating this way.”
M. G., attorney
Answer: a total lifestyle approach that will have you feeling and looking your best ever.
Brooke Alpert, M.S., R.D., C.D.N., founder of B Nutritious, works with a variety of clients to meet their nutritional goals while working within their lifestyle. With a focus on meeting the demands of a busy schedule, Brooke teaches clients how to eat within their needs without feeling deprived. An individualized and customized approach is taken with each client to create an eating lifestyle that is tailored to his or her specific needs.
Brooke was named as one of the new up and coming stars in the beauty and health field in W Magazine has been featured and quoted in numerous domestic and international magazines, websites and television, including Fitness, Town and Country Magazine, W Magazine, Tatler, Glamour Magazine, People Magazine, Teen Vogue, The Doctor Oz Show, MTV, Better TV, PIX 11 and The Tyra Banks Show. Brooke was an advisor for Nivea and worked on the Goodbye Cellulite Challenge.
Brooke received her Masters of Science at New York University and completed her training at Mt. Sinai Hospital in affiliation with NYU. Brooke is a member of the American Dietetic Association. Her first book and cookbook, Healthy Eating During Pregnancy was out in June 2011.
Dr. Patricia K. Farris is board certified dermatologist and nationally recognized expert in anti-aging therapies. She is a well-recognized authority on cosmeceuticals and topical skin care, and has published and lectured extensively on these subjects. She is editor of the textbook Cosmeceuticals in Cosmetic Practice (In press, Wiley Publishing, 2013). She has influenced both product development and overall strategic direction by serving as a consultant to cosmetic companies including Neutrogena, Revlon, Nivea and L’Oreal.
Dr. Farris is known for her interest in the emerging field of nutricosmetics, which explores the role of nutrition and nutritional supplements in skin aging. She is co-chairman of the American Academy of Dermatology’s work group on Complementary and Alternative Medicine and a member of The Academic Society for Functional Foods and Bioactive Compounds. Dr Farris and New York nutritionist Brooke Alpert collaborated to write The Sugar Detox, a nutritional and skin care program designed to prevent premature aging, weight gain and health problems that are caused by excessive sugar consumption.
Dr. Farris has appeared numerous health-related television segments on dermatology including appearances on CNN, NBC News, The Tyra Banks Show, Good Morning America, and Sirius XM Radio. She is a regular guest and contributor for WWL Eyewitness Morning News (CBS affiliate). Dr Farris has been quoted extensively in newspaper and magazines including Allure, Prevention, O Magazine, Elle, Shape, W Magazine, In Style, New Beauty, Real Simple, Good Housekeeping and the New York Times. She has been chosen as one of America’s Top Doctors, and voted by readers of New Orleans’ Gambit Magazine as Top Dermatologist in the New Orleans metro area.
She received her medical degree and residency training in dermatology at Tulane University where she served as chief resident. Dr. Farris is a fellow of the American Academy of Dermatology and member of the American Society of Dermatologic Surgery, American Society for Laser Medicine and Surgery, International Society for Cosmetic Dermatology, American Dermatologic Association and The Women’s Dermatologic Society. She has over 25 years of clinical and research experience and is an active member of the teaching faculty at Tulane University.