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Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Want to Read saving…. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Other editions. Enlarge cover. Error rating book. Refresh and try again. Open Preview See a Problem? Details if other :. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. Cerina Vincent. Chocolate cake for breakfast and a pound of spinach for dinner? Looking and feeling your best has never been so easy, so guiltless or so much fun!
Let's be honest, ladies, are you tired of hearing about the eating habits of airbrushed celebrities? Do you want to feel sexy as you slide into your favorite jeans, but you're too confused by the complicated diet plans out there? Well, here is the antidote to all of that nonsense! With saucy wit and goodwill to spare, Lipper and Vincent reveal their tricks for how you can overcome any food obstacle, from which cocktails will keep you light on your feet past midnight to how you can stay on track when you're down in the dumps or if you just got dumped.
They'll teach you how to eat the foods you love with confidence, make smarter choices, and wake up your inner Hot Chick once and for all. It's time to end the vicious dieting cycle with this straightforward and hilarious guide to enjoying your food, embracing your body and celebrating yourself like only a true Hot Chick can. Get A Copy. Paperback , pages.
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Lists with This Book. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Community Reviews. Showing Average rating 3. Rating details. More filters. Sort order. Apr 09, Summer rated it it was amazing Recommends it for: girls that love to laugh and eat. I mean, ahem, ladies? All that's meant to be taken literally are a few novel ideas: 1 Being on a perpetual diet indicates that you're somehow punishing yourself and that you are not entitled to the same foods everyone else is. All they're saying is that there are ways to control these binge freak-outs, or you can let yourself scarf down the calorie equivalent of a wedding cake tier and then easily get it together before Monday morning comes around.
Yes, they like to giggle and smirk about sex and boys in between the content about eating. So what? If you can stop being so offended for a moment, you'll see their real message is: Don't panic. You're still in control. Just because you screwed up tonight doesn't mean tomorrow has to be the same way. Forgive yourself and move on.
Unlike Skinny Bitch , which is basically a meat-hater's guide to brainwashing people into veganism, there's nothing these ladies are trying to sell you well, maybe spinach! They make suggestions, and at one point tell you to figure out your OWN triggers and then follow the book's advice on how to stabilize them. They don't like fast food, but again, they understand that you're human, life can't be planned, and that some things can't be avoided. Its all a matter of balance.
Overall, I absolutely loved the fact that it was very forgiving and really irreverent. It's sort of a playful slap and flirty wink to all those holier-than-thou texts on eating that make you feel like you're taking sedatives rather than gaining a few tips on how to eat.
They don't take themselves seriously, and they definitely don't take the realm of diets seriously; they simply use some common sense and a few easy tricks for combating all of life's stresses. Aug 28, Felicity Ford rated it really liked it. I found that once I accepted the very American, in-your-face style of this book, it was actually good. So what if sometimes the delivery feels slightly patronising or slightly sit-com?
At times, it is laugh-out-loud hilarious and I often found myself nodding in I found that once I accepted the very American, in-your-face style of this book, it was actually good. At times, it is laugh-out-loud hilarious and I often found myself nodding in agreement and laughing at the no-nonsense approach to foods and activities that are not great for weight-loss or small-size maintenance. I love the authors' love of women, of each other, of life and their central message, which is about self-esteem and making positive, self-loving choices in everyday eating situations.
I also love the focus on an entirely guilt-free approach to food and dieting. Dec 28, Kate rated it it was amazing Recommends it for: all the ladies who know they are hot or have forgotten it.
Shelves: sexy , girlsonly , nonfiction. I read this book in an afternoon, it's really short but full of good advice. The cover image of a pinup girl made me toss it into my pile at Borders, and I'm so glad I did. It was all about embracing how hot you are and living life accordingly, which means only eating things that make you feel hot, like fresh fruits and veggies and not disgusting things like fast food.
It's very realistic, taking into account that hot chicks go out and party, like to eat comfort foods from time to time and that I read this book in an afternoon, it's really short but full of good advice. It's very realistic, taking into account that hot chicks go out and party, like to eat comfort foods from time to time and that we should never apologize for indulging or for how we look, as long as we're living balanced, and that indulgences are only indulgences, not every day occurances.
Mar 20, Melissa Young rated it did not like it Recommends it for: no half way intelligent individual. These women occasionally stumble upon something smart but otherwise just overuse the word "hot" and try to insert some new phrase or another into pop culture but sadly fail. After reading only half this book, I felt like my IQ had dropped several points from the sheer stupidity these two had put into print. Apr 29, Mary rated it really liked it. Actually a decent diet book for twentysomethings that have never had to diet.
This is humorously written in a real way lots of four letter words which sounds like advice your really hot in a Paris HIlton way best friend would tell you how to get hot as well. Jan 30, Elisa rated it it was ok. Cute quick read. Lots of fun and fluffy. Good information but nothing I didn't already know yet presented in a fun style. Mar 02, Sonia rated it really liked it. Cute book, pretty much as realistic as you can get about eating and living in balance between vanity, pleasure, and health.
Plus, they offer some useful recipes and tips. Sep 23, Turnip rated it liked it. Let's be honest, I don't think anyone is expecting prize-winning literature from this book.
It was an amusing, light read, so long as you didn't read too much into a lot of what it was saying. I do feel that at least a little bit of research might have been nice I would be intrigued to see what a medical professional thought of their diet suggestions , but I'm super sure it's not hot to frown at the details — I should just eat some more spinach and remember to drink more water.
Cute if you're ju Let's be honest, I don't think anyone is expecting prize-winning literature from this book. Cute if you're just looking at losing weight, fluff if you've ever calorie counted.
Mar 29, Sarah Nice rated it did not like it. This was nothing more than a book of dieting reminders for the simple-minded. The tips and language were SO outdated. While advising readers to stay away from food filled with chemicals and artificial fillers, they recommended the use of Pam and I Can't Believe it's Not Real Butter. The word "retarded" was even used to describe certain bad foods or dieting mishaps. Overall I feel like I wasted time that could have been spent reading something more substantial.
Aug 18, Amy rated it it was ok. This book certainly gave me food for thought Its always been a one day thing, and as soon as I lapse I'm done with it it had some good tips for good foods to eat and replace the crap with; wholesome good foods; even if there were obvious, they were put forward in a different way, such as porridge with nuts or yoghurt, its definitely made me tempted to try it again in winter.
Also, different ways to cook eggs I can understand why some reviewers have not taken it very seriously; their "chick-lit" lingo felt kinda condescending at times, and at one point they couldn't decide whether they were writing in the style of Gillian Mckeith or Cook Yourself Thin.
The former being a complete denial of foods that taste so good and yet are bad for us, but in a way that reminded you of having a face-off with a corporal; the latter being more relaxed, urging us girls not to punish ourselves and saying that we could indulge ourselves occasionally.
My advice when reading it, if you're getting to the stage of giving your wall a nasty surprise, would be to not take the book in its entirety too seriously; just be sensible and take note of the parts that make most sense to you and use it. Cos to be fair, a lot of the tips in there are easier to apply to your daily routine than you think.
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