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Author Sandra BarkSandra Bark is a New York Times bestselling author who partners with experts and icons to create books that teach, share, and inspire.

Sandra works across a range of subjects, from science and health to food, style, and travel. She partnered with Cameron Diaz to write THE BODY BOOK, the primer on women's health and biology that became a #1 bestseller. She worked with nutritionist and trainer Marco Borges on the bestselling health and food book THE 22 DAY REVOLUTION, a primer on plant-based eating. She collaborated with Daphne Oz, of ABC's The Chew, to write the bestselling cooking and advice book RELISH. She wrote three bestselling books with tattoo artist Kat von D that are rich with images and stories, and worked with iconic stylist Lori Goldstein to tell the stories behind three decades of fashion images in STYLE IS INSTINCT.

To communicate her clients' ideas, Sandra immerses herself in their worlds. She spent six months training with fitness expert Tracy Anderson. She drank delicious juice for days. She learned cellular biology and got to watch a gene-splitting machine in action at the National Institute of Health. Her projects have taken her from Maui to Helsinki to Washington DC, from a Tribeca fitness studio to a tattoo shop in Hollywood, from fashion shoots to comedy clubs, from university campuses to cutting-edge research centers.

Bark is based in Los Angeles and New York City.

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Longevity by Cameron Diaz and Sandra Bank

Sandra Bark Bibliography


  • Cheap & Easy: A Cookbook for Girls on the Go - 2004
  • Art of Writing - 2004
  • Take This Advice: The Best Graduation Speeches Ever Given - 2005
  • Tattoo Chronicles (with Kat Von D) - 2010
  • Go Big or Go Home (with Kat Von D)
  • Body Book (with Cameron Diaz) - 2014
  • Longevity (with Cameron Diaz) - Coming April 2016


  • Beautiful as the Moon, Radiant as the Stars: Jewish Women in Yiddish Stories - 2003

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