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Skinny Bitch: A No-nonsense, Tough-love Guide for Savvy Girls Who Want to Stop Eating Crap and Start Looking Fabulous! | Paperback

Released on 06 December 2005

Author: Rory Freedman | Format: Paperback

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Not your typical boring diet book, this is a tart-tongued, no-holds-barred wakeup call to all women who want to be thin.

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 Average rating (29 reviews)

 Hold onto your hats!

| | See all katie26's reviews (1)

I was hooked by page 1 and didn't put it down until I finished it. I'd heard so much about it that I had to satisfy my curiosity. Not for the easily offended this book tells you what's what, informing you what is in what food and what it does to you. Scary stuff but a brilliant and informative read. I'll never so much as look at a Mars bar again

 Informative and Informed- an inspired way to health

| | See all sweetpandemonium's reviews (8)

Having been an unhealthy woman for a good few years, I found myself overweight and in bad health. When I brought this book, I couldn't put it down once i started to read it. The book IS a lot to cope with, but the girls make sense. Veganism is a perfectly healthy way to live, and by doing so, I have dropped 4 dress sizes (was 18, now a 10) and feel sooo much better for spring cleaning my diet and way of life. Don't take the sarcastic comments in the book too seriously, and be open minded. If you can do this, then this is the diet/lifestyle book for you.

 Rubbish

| | See all Lastapache's reviews (1)

This is the second book I have read (I'm looking at you Mr. Allen Carr) that is supposed to be about losing weight but are in fact thinly disguised diatribes about how the only way to get thin is to be vegan. Most of the book concentrates on the moral issues of eating meat and dairy. It also gives you suggestions of alternative healthy brands to buy which if you live in America I'm sure would be very informative. If you live in Europe, it is completely useless. If you want the sequel to fast food nation, go ahead and buy this. If you want some new ideas or new motivation to lose some weight, avoid like the plague. I dumped the book two hours after buying it.

 Excellent

| | See all Nik0808's reviews (1)

The book is fantastic it open your eyes to things you eat and drink everyday! It hadnt clicked to me we are the only species who drink another species milk! We are the only adults who drink milk!!! You can take what you want from it but it gives you scientifics facts and opinions. Its a life choice and i feel so much healthier, im losing weight and enjoying lots of fruit veg and healthy meals!!!!!

 Definitely worth reading

| | See all Tishymonster's reviews (2)

As a life long vegetarian, i didnt realise how much junk i have actually been eating and how much the governement/food companies hide from you. For example, i didnt know sugar is not always vegetarian, i didnt know diet coke makes you fatter than fruit juice- I could go on but i wont spoil it! For anyone that cant take the facts, I would suggest you stay home and get fat, for anyone that wants the truth and seriously wants to lose weight- read it and prepare to be shocked.

AuthorRory Freedman & Kim Barnouin
PublisherRunning Press (US)
Year2005
ISBN9780762424931
FormatPaperback - 224 Pages
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