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A Review of the Book "How to Eat Like a Hot Chick"

Weekend Reading: How to Eat Like a Hot Chick

There are a lot of diet books out there, but the philosophy and tone of How to Eat Like a Hot Chick ($13.95) will certainly satisfy anyone hungry for some diet direction.


Basically, the premise of this book is that we are all hot chicks, and we just don’t know it. To allow your inner hot chick to go public, you basically need to stop obsessing about food, stop obsessing about your weight, stop the self loathing, and enjoy your life. The authors want you to learn from their mistakes (dump the critical boyfriend) and their good fortunes (finding “butt class” to create a sexy backside). I will warn you there’s a little dose of self help thrown in, but it is seriously tempered with the “F” word. Though a little cursing definitely helps keep the book from sounding too cheesy.

The book contains a lot of sensible advice, like: don’t eat cereal straight out of the box, you don’t need meat and a starch for dinner, and order your favorite alcohol on the rocks to save calories. The concepts are simple, try to make your own food that is tasty, nutritious and not laden with fat, and enjoy it. Enjoying your food is hot, obsessively counting calories and depriving yourself is not.

The book ends with this parting guidance about cleaning out your cupboards, freezer and fridge of all those unhealthy temptations, including Dove bars! Also helpful is the “hot buys” section that helps you figure out how to shop for food like a hot chick.

You can buy it online at Barnes & Noble. Or if you are feeling really "hot" walk down to your local bookstore and flirt with the cute, yet bookish sales clerk with glasses. The book will be available on December 26!

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