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Queen of Crop: A Year in My Life After Weight Loss Surgery Kindle Edition
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The best part of this warm and charming book is that it shows many of us that life after weight loss surgery can be a fulfilling and enriching grand adventure. After years of being hampered by physical limitations, the joy of regaining the ability to live life fully is one of the best rewards.
I loved all the before and after photos; they show such a progression in the author’s weight loss. That being said, I’m glad Zoe Belle doesn’t feel the need to be the “Queen of Crop” anymore.
Overall, I found a lot of anti-feminism here. A lot of fat shaming. It was almost like a one-time heavy smoker who quits and suddenly becomes completely obnoxious towards others who smoke. I'm sure you can relate.
I think ultimately the author was cheating herself because she didn't really follow the rules and didn't really follow the protein guidelines that any serious VSGer would. I think she sets a very bad example, and I think the daily sweet and wine things are also questionable. She could make healthier choices that would give her better energy.
Also, when Belle's husband was discussed, she always just called him "my husband" and not his name. That was odd. I wish she'd used his name, because then I could think "______ is a real jerk!" Instead of that her husband was a jerk. If he'd have complained to me, I'd have walked out and lost his 151 pounds! Who would want to stay marred to an ass like that? Someone with low self-esteem most likely!