One Year on the New York Times Bestseller List THE 17 DAY DIET By Dr. Mike Moreno

  One Year on the New York Times Bestseller List THE 17 DAY DIET By Dr. Mike

PR Newswire

NEW YORK, April 30, 2012

NEW YORK, April 30, 2012 /PRNewswire/ --On May 6th, THE 17 DAY DIET: A
Doctor's Plan Designed for Rapid Results by Dr. Mike Moreno (Free Press/$25.00
hardcover) will mark 52 weeks and counting on the New York Times Advice,
How-to and Miscellaneous Best Sellers List.

Originally self-published in late 2010, THE 17 DAY DIET became a sensation,
selling nearly 100,000 copies in just three months. When Free Press published
its edition in March 2011, THE 17 DAY DIET became an instant New York Times
bestseller, spending eleven weeks in the #1 spot alone. There are currently
more than a million electronic and printed copies in circulation. It has been
featured on "Good Morning America," "The Doctors," "Dr. Phil," USA Today,
Woman's World, and dozens of other media outlets. Diets in Review, a trusted
online source of tools and information for living a healthier life, ranked THE
17 DAY DIET #1 in their annual list of the Most Popular Diets of the Year in
December 2011.

The 17 Day brand expanded in the fall of 2011 with the publication of a
companion volume, THE 17 DAY DIET WORKBOOK: Your Guide to Healthy Weight Loss
with Rapid Results ($13.99 trade paperback), as well as a Spanish edition of
the original book, LA DIETA DE 17 DIAS ($16.00 trade paperback). A new book,
THE 17 DAY DIET COOKBOOK: 80 All New Recipes for Healthy Weight Loss ($26.00
hardcover), was published on March 27th, 2012 and is also a New York Times

In September the 17 Day brand takes a new direction with the publication of
THE 17 DAY PLAN FOR STAYING YOUNG ($26.00 hardcover).

"We are thrilled to be the stewards of such an inspiring book and brand," said
Martha K. Levin, Executive Vice President and Publisher of Free Press. "Its
continued success and its longevity on the bestseller list are testaments to
the effectiveness of Dr. Moreno's approach to diet and health. This book is
changing lives."

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