NEW YORK, may 15, 2012 — /PRNewswire/ – Dr. Andrew Ordon, the co-host of the Emmy® award-winning daytime syndicated talk show, The Doctors, announced today the publication of his new book, Better in 7: The Ultimate 7-Day Guide to a better You (Bird Street Books; may 15, 2012; $25.99). Delivering simple, at-home, surgery-free programs that target women’s “hot button” issues–big thighs, muffin-tops, cellulite, fatigue, decreased energy and libido — Better in 7 can produce noticeable results in just seven days flat! better in 7 will be available exclusively at TheBookNook.com, which launches on Tuesday, may 15, 2012.
“Every day people contemplate making drastic decisions to improve the way they look and feel,” says Dr. Ordon. “Better in 7 allows women to achieve amazing results naturally without the exorbitant costs of plastic surgery and the weeks of recuperation.”
Better in 7 arms readers with the tools they need to change the way they look and feel without any invasive surgical procedures. from natural recipes like Dr. Ordon’s “Anti-wrinkle Mash” to unexpected solutions like using peanut butter to fight stretch marks, 7-day guides for a flatter tummy or thinner thighs to simple workout strategies and lifestyle fixes, readers will experience results in just seven days. these results, and more, can be achieved by following any one of Dr. Ordon’s 21 plans featured in Better in 7.
Dr. Andrew Ordon is an Emmy®-nominated co-host of the Emmy® award-winning daytime syndicated talk show, The Doctors. for over three decades, Dr. Ordon has been an acclaimed surgeon in the areas of aesthetic, plastic, and reconstructive surgery with private practices in new York, Beverly Hills and Rancho Mirage, Calif. As a co-host of The Doctors, Dr. Ordon is best known for delivering the latest medical breakthroughs, cutting-edge practices and newest information on plastic and reconstructive surgery as well as skin care, anti-aging, and health & wellness. As a medical and plastic surgery expert, Dr. Ordon has appeared on numerous television shows including Dr. Phil, Rachael Ray, 20/20, Entertainment Tonight, 48 Hours, BBC News, CNN, NBC News and ABC News. He has been quoted in such publications as Allure, Mademoiselle, Redbook, Glamour and Prevention magazine.
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