How to Eat Like a Hot Chick: Eat What You Love, Love How You Feel

How to Eat Like a Hot Chick: Eat What You Love, Love How You Feel

Jodi Lipper Cerina Vincent / Jan 17, 2020

How to Eat Like a Hot Chick Eat What You Love Love How You Feel Chocolate cake for breakfast and a pound of spinach for dinner Looking and feeling your best has never been so easy so guiltless or so much fun Let s be honest ladies are you tired of hearing about

  • Title: How to Eat Like a Hot Chick: Eat What You Love, Love How You Feel
  • Author: Jodi Lipper Cerina Vincent
  • ISBN: 9780061560866
  • Page: 249
  • Format: Paperback
  • Chocolate cake for breakfast and a pound of spinach for dinner Looking and feeling your best has never been so easy, so guiltless or so much fun Let s be honest, ladies, are you tired of hearing about the eating habits of airbrushed celebrities Do you want to feel sexy as you slide into your favorite jeans, but you re too confused by the complicated diet plans out there Chocolate cake for breakfast and a pound of spinach for dinner Looking and feeling your best has never been so easy, so guiltless or so much fun Let s be honest, ladies, are you tired of hearing about the eating habits of airbrushed celebrities Do you want to feel sexy as you slide into your favorite jeans, but you re too confused by the complicated diet plans out there Well, here is the antidote to all of that nonsense With saucy wit and goodwill to spare, Lipper and Vincent reveal their tricks for how you can overcome any food obstacle, from which cocktails will keep you light on your feet past midnight to how you can stay on track when you re down in the dumps or if you just got dumped They ll teach you how to eat the foods you love with confidence, make smarter choices, and wake up your inner Hot Chick once and for all.It s time to end the vicious dieting cycle with this straightforward and hilarious guide to enjoying your food, embracing your body and celebrating yourself like only a true Hot Chick can.

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    About "Jodi Lipper Cerina Vincent"

      • Jodi Lipper Cerina Vincent

        Jodi Lipper is an internationally recognized author and lifestyle expert who has been featured on the Tyra Banks Show, Extra Good Morning America Now and in regular appearances on NBC s Today Show Her popular line of uplifting girlfriend to girlfriend self help books have been translated into four languages, are sold in over half a dozen countries and have been covered in Time Magazine, Seventeen Magazine, Cosmopolitan Magazine, Essence, OK Magazine, USA Weekend, Star Magazine, Women s Health, In Touch Weekly, the New York Post, the New York Daily News and many others Jodi has also written for the Huffington Post, Maxim Magazine, Complete Woman Magazine and numerous other publications, but Jodi isn t just a writer She spent years editing in house at Atria Books a division of Simon Schuster , where she worked with 1 New York Times bestselling authors Dan Brown, Vince Flynn, Jodi Picoult and Brad Thor This experience at one of the world s largest and most successful publishing companies combined with the time Jodi spent at a boutique literary agency in New York City have given her unique insight into the entire publishing industry Prior to her work in publishing, Jodi spent four years at Hallmark Hall of Fame Productions where she oversaw the development and adaptations of a dozen books for CBS Television including John Grisham s A Painted House, Anne Tyler s Back When We Were Grownups and Pat Conroy s The Water is Wide Jodi graduated with honors from Barnard College of Columbia University where she studied writing with authors such as Thomas Beller, Frank Brady, Mary Gordon and many others She currently lives in Manhattan.


    482 Comments

    1. Guys? I mean, ahem, ladies? 90% of the "offensive crap" written in this book was a JOKE. All that's meant to be taken literally are a few novel ideas:1) Being on a perpetual diet indicates that you're somehow punishing yourself and that you are not entitled to the same foods everyone else is. So screw the diet and just adjust some of your daily habits in order to feel healthier, happier, and yeah, HOTTER.2) Everybody goes to the zoo sometime - everybody's had at least one time when they get so s [...]


    2. I found that once I accepted the very American, in-your-face style of this book, it was actually good.'Get your pretty little butt down to the gym,' 'use your pretty little head' etc. were phrases which initially grated, but which, in the context of the book, began to sound like a really enthusiastic, very good-hearted girlfriend pep-talk. So what if sometimes the delivery feels slightly patronising or slightly sit-com? At times, it is laugh-out-loud hilarious and I often found myself nodding in [...]


    3. I read this book in an afternoon, it's really short but full of good advice. The cover image of a pinup girl made me toss it into my pile at Borders, and I'm so glad I did. It was all about embracing how hot you are and living life accordingly, which means only eating things that make you feel hot, like fresh fruits and veggies and not disgusting things like fast food. It's very realistic, taking into account that hot chicks go out and party, like to eat comfort foods from time to time and that [...]


    4. These women occasionally stumble upon something smart but otherwise just overuse the word "hot" and try to insert some new phrase or another into pop culture but sadly fail. After reading only half this book, I felt like my IQ had dropped several points from the sheer stupidity these two had put into print.


    5. Actually a decent diet book for twentysomethings that have never had to diet. This is humorously written in a real way (lots of four letter words) which sounds like advice your really hot (in a Paris HIlton way) best friend would tell you how to get hot as well.


    6. Cute book, pretty much as realistic as you can get about eating and living in balance between vanity, pleasure, and health. Plus, they offer some useful recipes and tips.


    7. Cute quick read. Lots of fun and fluffy. Good information but nothing I didn't already know yet presented in a fun style.


    8. Let's be honest, I don't think anyone is expecting prize-winning literature from this book. It was an amusing, light read, so long as you didn't read too much into a lot of what it was saying. I do feel that at least a little bit of research might have been nice (I would be intrigued to see what a medical professional thought of their diet suggestions), but I'm super sure it's not hot to frown at the details — I should just eat some more spinach and remember to drink more water.Cute if you're [...]


    9. For a book that's almost a decade old, it still had some relevant information. Take some of it on the chin (I Can't Believe It's Not Butter, really?) but appreciate the occasional on-point details hidden in there


    10. This book certainly gave me food for thought whilst I've never dieted (that is, i've never tried tbh Its always been a one day thing, and as soon as I lapse I'm done with it) it had some good tips for good foods to eat and replace the crap with; wholesome good foods; even if there were obvious, they were put forward in a different way, such as porridge with nuts or yoghurt, its definitely made me tempted to try it again in winter. Also, different ways to cook eggs useful for a novice cook like m [...]


    11. This is a shining example of self publishing being picked up by a publishing house and becoming a success. Lipper and Vincent have pitched the tone just right - the balance of seriousness versus lightheartedness is spot on, and the advice is all common sense.To be honest, most of the information will already be well known to established "dieters", but this is presented not as a diet, but as a way of life that can be maintained with minimal effort. It does have some jargony phrases, one or two of [...]


    12. Pure rubbish. Though this kept me laughing mostly to keep from crying. These girls tell us at the beginning that they are not nutritionists and it only proves that anyone can write any genre of book regardless of talent or factual information. For anyone looking for healthy eating tips PLEASE do not read this. Try "You on a Diet" by Dr. Oz. Mehmet. At least he explains why your body needs certain nutrients to function and what sources they can be derived from.If your wanting a quick, fun book (I [...]


    13. This book has some good advice in it and is written in a “girlfriends” tone, supposedly to encourage women to embrace their inner “hot chicks” and to live life large, while taking care of themselves. A great premise, but the tone became annoying about a third of the way through it, as the authors start to sound like Valley girls, ten years after their teens have ended. There were cracks in the “we’re all hot, so let’s live like it, regardless of what the world thinks” philosophy [...]


    14. it is hard to review a book i would not normally read impartially, but what it promises i believe it delivers well. even though with my diet i am thankfully well beyond the need for this book's advise, i appreciated its easy conversational style, including profanities and references to sex. reading it made me feel like talking to the girly girl type girlfriends that i never had so it was entertaining in that regard. i did pick up a few tit bits of wisdom for myself and feel better equipped to ma [...]


    15. i picked this up just because it had a sweet vargas girl on the cover and i wanted to avoid filling out job applications while at the public library. i spent about 15 minutes on this insulting misogynistic crap before hating harper colins publishers and the authors for writing such trash. the worst line in the whole book? in the "snacking" section, while discussing night eating after providing approved night snacks, they posture: "Or you could just unbutton your man's pants and occupy your mouth [...]


    16. This was such a fun, fast read!!!! Nothing groundbreaking in terms of what to eat and what not to eat, but these ladies flat-out state that they're not nutritionists or health experts in any way. Loved the writing style!!!! This book made me feel like I was getting healthy eating advice from Carrie, Miranda, Charlotte, and Samantha. I was laughing the whole time! It's not just a book about eating healthy, but having fun and loving yourself and being fabulous. Every chick should read this! :-)


    17. This book isn't really earth shattering, it's all things that we already know, but it does make you think! There are some great points made and I have used many of the tips. What I couldn't get over was that it sounded like it was written by two ditzy bimbos with one brain. Why was everything we and us? "Chicken makes us itchy." "We love peanut butter" etc. Can they not think for themselves? Do they have to consult each other before they decide what to think and then do they have to think the sa [...]


    18. Josh and I are reading this together on our commute to and from work. Even though it is written for women (hence the hot chick part) it has a lot of good info about different foods. I like the attitude the authors have toward food - its not about starving yourself. If you are craving something, then eat it, just have a little bit and eat healthy the rest of the day. Simple as that. Helps keep us motivated about a healthier lifestyle. Plus, the two authors are hilarious.


    19. I'm not intot the self help thing, and when you read the books they dont feel like a self help thing it's funny and you can really relate to everything in them. The glossary section cracks me up, and the whole spinach thing is hilarious go eat a pound of spinach LOL In the end of our everyasy lives, and everyday issues, we are all Hot Chicks! no matter our size, our color . its a must read, again and again!


    20. It's a fun, quick, silly read, but a lot of the tips in terms of diet are actually terrible advice. The writers are not nutritionists by any means (nor do they claim to be), so don't look to this book for solid health guidance. It's kind of like reading a discussion of diet tips over (lots of) martinis with your girlfriends. Although, I think my girlfriends give better advice than this, but whateves.


    21. Hey Ladiesis is the perfect diet book. It offers you everyday tips for eating healthy and staying satisfied. It is also SUPER funny!!! This book not only helpd with eating but it's a major self-esteem booster and we ALL need that from time to time. This is a very quick and fun read. Definitley check it out!!


    22. A random commentary on simple eating rules. It was written very much in the 'chick-lit' category - and provides amusing commentary about when it is and isn't ok to eat greasy spoon food from a diner and how to counter act that with your every day eating habits, i.e. greasy hung-over breakfast? then eat a pound of spinach for dinner. Funny Book.


    23. i can't say i read this book completely; i skimmed through it, reading what i found pertinent to me. some of the tips were kind of obvious but there were other ones that were basic that i didn't even think about. i don't know if i'll ever completely "eat like a hot chick" but i'll keep some of the authors' tips and ideas in mind.


    24. I thought this was an extremely funny, tongue & cheek read. Those who picked it up thinking it was going to be solid advice on weight loss should have realized by the end of the glossary at the beginning that this book is more or less meant to be a girlfriends guide to simple ideas on how to sneak in healthy habits where you can. Nothing more.


    25. This book was great and I laughed my ass off reading it. The book includes quite a few really good tips for more healthier and enjoyable eating. I loved the girlfriend attitude of the book and I thought it was very positive and motivating in an in-your-face type way. Thumbs up to Lipper and Vincent.


    26. This book is not technically a diet book but it is a great read with NORMAL tips that don't make you sad that you actually eat. Although the symbols and catch phrases are a TAD obnoxious, some things are just hilarious. This book made me: eat more spinach, buy flax seed, take fish oil pills and love the fact that I love brunch.


    27. Just wasn't impressed. I understand what they were trying to do, but come on. There are only so many times you can drop the f-bomb. And that's coming from someone who's favorite word is the f-bomb. I only gave it 3 stars because I did appreciate some of their ideas and theories.


    28. Cute book! It was written to be humorous but at the same time gives you common sense advice. It was a quick read and very witty. Next time I indulge myself in a slice of chocolate cakeI will be sure to do as the book suggests and eat a pound of spinach for my next meal.


    29. Okay, yeah, I'm kind of embarrassed to admit that I checked this book out of the library. The "diet" tips were ridiculously horrible with next to zero sound advice, but the writing was kind of funny. And it only took like an hour to read. And yeah, I'm trying to justify now why I read it.


    30. This is a must read for every woman! This book gives good advice on good food to eat and when to eat it. It also gives some recipes along the way. This is probably a good book to keep on your permanent bookshelf.


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