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An interesting new take on dieting and eating habits. Indulge in the good things, but keep your hands away when it is meal time. I read this book intrigued by a new concept on how we can change our lifestyles for the better without cutting out all the good stuff.
I think my biggest take away was when she said it sort of repetitively - eat the best of the best. Sometimes I choose cost of quality and maybe even end up choosing more calories and less healthy options because of it. So I would like to spend less money and get less food, but better food. I believe that I can tend to buy too many groceries because I don't have a food plan for the week - with a plan, I could probably end up spending less money and also get the better quality options.
A great read for the female audience who may have already read a book or two on dieting and would like a different take on it all.
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Girly weight loss book, but it's got yummy recipes and is definitely a pro woman, pro induldgent kind of book. Read full review
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The Martini Diet: The Self-indulgent Way to a Thinner, More Fabulous You!
Jennifer Basye Sander
No preview available - 2004