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Dr. Stuart Berger discusses his book, “The Southampton Diet.” He begins by explaining that his diet is different from others because it focuses on behavior modifications. He talks about how he lost 210 lbs, and used his background in psychology and nutrition to focus on the relationship between food and mood. He describes a combination of foods that are high in healthy amino acids such as: turkey, cottage cheese, wheat toast, fruits, vegetables, and yogurt. Dr. Berger discusses the importance of a reasonable exercise regime to keep the body toned and to keep skin tight. He talks about how people use their poor body image and low self-esteem as an excuse to punish themselves. He ends the interview by describing the connection between overeating and depression.