Sexy Women Eat: How to Love Food and Look Fabulous

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Harper Collins, Dec 28, 2010 - Health & Fitness - 208 pages
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“For all the ladies who hate the gym but still need to fit into that mini dress, this book is for you.”
—Christian Siriano

 

Are you a victim of the latest fad diet? Tired of counting calories? Don't have time to make it to the gym? Forget about fasting, and start indulging. In Sexy Women Eat, Divya Gugnani—fashionista, entrepreneur, and founder of Behind the Burner—offers an unconventional guide to staying slim for women who live to eat. Readers of Skinny Bitch and Hungry Girl will devour Divya’s surprising tips and tricks; the book is chock-full of advice on everything from protein shakes and super foods to jumping jacks at the office and how to survive the holidays. With Sexy Women Eat you’ll never go hungry again.

 

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Contents

Chapter
3
Chapter
11
Chapter 4
25
THINGS YOUR DOCTOR WONT TELL
28
Eating Muffins Gives
37
Supersize
49
Chapter 7
63
Chapter 8
71
Chapter 13
97
Chapter 14
105
Chapter 15
113
Chapter 17
133
Chapter 18
143
Chapter 19
149
Office Space
155
Chapter 22
165

Chapter 9
77
Serving Size Sexy
83
Ethnic Eats
91
Chapter 23
171
Chapter 24
177
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About the author (2010)

Divya Gugnani was putting in ninety-hour weeks at Goldman Sachs when she realized her true calling was food. After attending the French Culinary Institute and earning an MBA from Harvard Business School, she started the culinary media brand Behind the Burner in 2008, which features tips and techniques for food, wine, mixology, and nutrition. In 2010 she launched Send the Trend, an online fashion accessories retailer.

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