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The Tsarina's Oyster and Caviar Martini

Contributed by: Dr. Jana Klauer of How the Rich Get Thin

Slim Down And Stay Thin The Socialite Way!

How the Rich Get Thin
One of New York's top weight-control doctors finally reveals the secrets to the enviably lean bodies leaving her Park Avenue offices. Based on science, and proved by the success of client after client, Dr. Jana Klauer's diet is the key to how successful, rich, and busy modern men and women get it off and keep it off.

Begin with Dr. Klauer's Nonnegotiables:

  • Eat high-quality protein at every meal
  • Say yes to complex carbohydrates
  • Get lots of calcium from dairy products - it's essential for boosting metabolism
  • Eliminate all processed food
  • Exercise every day

Then add simple mind-set changes such as Dr. Klauer's Stop! Watch! method of craving control.

Train yourself to eat the best-quality, most nutrient-rich foods - such as smoked salmon, Greek yogurt, and moega-3 eggs - at every meal. And learn how to eat at fabulous restaurants - for business or pleasure - and keep losing weight.

How the Rich Get Thin features wonderful recipes, including the low-cal dessert Le SociaLite, and a glimpse of the Park Avenue Mind-Set that allows Dr. Klauer's clients to stay lean and healthy for life.


The following is an excerpt from the book How the Rich Get Thin
by Jana Klauer, M.D.
Published by St. Martin's Press
Copyright 2006 Jana Klauer, M.D.


  • 1/2 cup minced shallots
  • 4 tablespoons chopped fresh dill
  • 1/4 cup champagne vinegar
  • juice of fresh lemon
  • 2 tablespoons fresh, coarsely ground black pepper
  • 36 oysters in shell
  • Crushed ice
  • 2 ounces (60 grams) Beluga caviar


In a small bowl, mix the shallots, dill, vinegar, lemon juice, and ground pepper.

Shuck the oysters and with sharp knife separate the muscles from the shell.

Fill a large, wide-mouthed martini glass with crushed ice, then arrange the oyster shells on top with oysters replaced in shell. Spoon the sauce over the oysters and top with a dollop of caviar.


Jana Klauer, M.D., is on the medical advisory board at Equinox in New York City. She was also a research fellow at the New York Obesity Research Center of St. Luke's-Roosevelt Hospital and is actively involved in clinical research on obesity. She is in private practice in New York City, where she lives.

For more information, please visit


"Dr. Klauer's book is a must for people motivated not only to slim down but to stay trim and fit for life." - Marianne J. Legato, M.D., FACP, coauthor of Why Men Never Remember and Women Never Forget

"A healthy alternative for busy people." - Maria Bartiromo, managing editor and host of The Wall Street Journal Report

"For years, glamorous New Yorkers along the fashion-society axis have been squeezing into their micro-skirts by trusting Dr. Klauer's advice. This book spreads the word to everyone else who wants to do likewise." - Kristina Stewart Ward, contributor, Vanity Fair

"Dr. Klauer's book is not a fad diet but a storehouse of sensible, practical, and easy-to-use information that will help you to lose weight and feel better." - Louis J. Aronne, M.D., FACP, director of the Comprehensive Weight Control Program at Weill-Cornell Medical Center / New York Presbyterian Hospital and coauthor of Weigh Less, Live Longer

"I learned from Dr. Jana Klauer that being at the proper weight is not about beauty or looking good for an occasion. It's about your health - it was a total change in my mind-set." - Diane Terman Felenstein, coauthor of The Money Club and cofounder of Women's O.W.N. at the Women's Health Institute

"I hereby endorse a comprehensive Dr. Jana Klauer lifestyle program." - Josie Natori, designer

Nutritional Information: Serving size: 3 oysters calories: 25 protein: 2 g fat: 1.5 g sodium: 85 g


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