A funny foul-mouthed ode to adopting a vegan diet ("The New York Times Book Review"), the latest work from the authors of the bestselling Skinny Bitch series offers no-nonsense weight-loss advice.
If you can't take one more day of self-loathing, you're ready to hear the truth: you cannot keep shovelling the same crap into your mouth every day and expect to lose weight. Not for the faint-hearted, "Skinny Bitch" tells it like it is, delivering the truth about food so that readers can make informed, educated decisions about what they put in their bodies. Much more than just the next fad diet, "Skinny Bitch" outlines a way of life that will help readers make healthy choices.
What makes this diet easy to swallow is the book's tough-love attitude - part best friend counsel, part drill-sergeant abuse and a dash of sailor mouth, wrapped in a pretty chick-lit package. I-Village, Diet and Fitness
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Reviewed by Unknown from Durban, SA on 02 August 2012
Only buy this book if you want to become a vegetarian/vegan and are prepared to be told the truth about how the 'evil' food industry is slowly killing us all.
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Reviewed by Unknown from Johannesburg on 01 November 2010
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I expected a book on the psychology of overcoming bad eating habits, but found a book promoting a vegan lifestyle as the solution to all ills. The language was unnecessarily crass and the recommended products are not locally available.