The 10-Step Program for Creating a Healthy Lifestyle Plan That Really Works

(Revised & Updated),

by Daphne Oz. Newmarket Press, $16.95, 288 pp.

So your college freshman has been complaining about dorm food - and, as Halloween looms, may be well on the way to gaining that "Freshman 15."

If it were you, you might think of turning to the famous and fabulous Dr. Mehmet Oz for advice. But your kid can pick his daughter's brain instead.

A Princeton University grad who lost 10 pounds during her first semester, Daphne Oz has revised this book, first published in 2006, with info on how "conscious living" can help the planet, too.


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THE SCOOP From "Where and How to Eat Responsibly at College" to "The Five Danger Zones and How to Survive Them," her book could help your student form good habits - and break bad ones.

THE BOTTOM LINECollege guys probably wouldn't be caught dead with this bright- pink book, but its advice could help them, too.