Stuart M. Berger (Stuart M. Berger)

Stuart M. Berger

Medical Pioneer, Author. After received a medical degree from Tufts University and graduating from Harvard University’s School of Public Health, he became a health book writer and columnist who emphasized healing and dieting aimed at improving the immune system. “Dr. Berger’s Immune Power Diet”(1985), a #1 best seller, described how the 6’7” Berger reduced his weight to 210 lbs from 420. ┬áHe also wrote “How To Be Your Own Nutritionist (1987)”, “Forever Young-20 Years Younger in 20 Weeks: Dr. Berger’s Step-by-Step Rejuvenation Program (1989)”, “Stuart Berger’s Immune Power Cookbook,” and “The Southampton Diet.” In 1987, he won the State University of New York-Buffalo’s George W. Thorn Award for extraordinary professional acchievement. He died of cocaine and obesity-related health problems. At the time of his death he weighed 365 lbs.


  • January, 01, 1970


  • February, 02, 1994
  • USA


  • Green-Wood Cemetery
  • USA

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