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Sexy Women Eat: Secrets to Eating What You Want and Still Looking Fabulous Paperback – December 28, 2010
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“Divya Gugnani is a girl who knows what she wants, and what she likes, especially when it comes to food. Sexy Women Eat is filled with advice, humor, and stories that all of us food lovers can identify with.” (Katie Lee, author of The Comfort Table)
“The perfect book for fashionistas who need guidance on how to be slim and feel fabulous.” (Alexandra Wilkis Wilson, founder of Gilt Groupe)
“Divya Gugnani is an energetic, charismatic woman with the brains to match. Sexy Women Eat is a great book full of unconventional tricks that help those of us with busy lifestyles look and feel our best.” (Marcus Samuelsson, author of The New American Table)
“As a fashion designer who caters to women who regularly dine out at sumptuous restaurants and attend cocktail parties where temptation abounds, I believe Divya’s no-nonsense guide to staying healthy and trim is the perfect manual.” (Jay Godfrey, fashion designer)
“Divya Gugnani may well be hiding in your pantry, so attuned is she to the realities of exercise and busy lifestyles. Sexy Women Eat is a great read, full of her experiences along the way to a healthy lifestyle which can benefit any busy person.” (Alex McCord, star of the Real Housewives of New York)
“Clever, funny and most of all helpful. Strategy is stronger than willpower and Divya shares some of her most creative strategies to weight loss...and laughing your way to thin.” (Dr. Stephen Gullo)
“Kudos to Divya for showing us how to have our cake and eat it to, while doing it outside of the box.” (Carla Hall, Top Chef finalist)
From the Back Cover
You don't have to be French to not get fat, and you sure don't have to be a bitch to be skinny . . .
Screw diets, forget about fasting, and start putting your monthly gym dues toward next month's dinner party. Just eat! Entrepreneur and fashionista Divya Gugnani is living proof that you can work fourteen-hour days, stay fit, and satisfy your everyday food cravings. In Sexy Women Eat, Divya shows you how to make small changes in your daily routine that add up to big savings on the scale and higher energy levels to help power you through your busy life. Divya dispels dieting myths, gives you the 411 on energy bars, green tea, and protein shakes, and offers unconventional tips that only the busiest women will understand (yes, you can actually break a sweat at the office without anyone noticing!). Sexy Women Eat will empower you to stop the yo-yo dieting and start eating well, because sexy women always have an appetite for life.
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Top Customer Reviews
Food is truly a passion for Divya, who used to work in a corporate job that she was not passionate about. As a corporate woman, she thought the answer to being thin was to spend time in a gym and deny herself her favorite foods. Gyms and diet are not the only way to become thin!
I know this, because I lost 100 pounds without dieting or joining a gym. As a former fat girl, I endorse Divya's solutions. Food is to be enjoyed in all its glory, so be selective about which morsels you enjoy. Divya takes it to an unusual extreme in that she prefers not to drink any calories, not even in coffee or tea. It might be hard to trust a woman who loathes coffee, but she redeems herself with her obvious love for chocolate.
As for exercise, Divya suggests ways to move more throughout the day. I personally have lost weight using this principle. It's not about time spent in the gym, it's about being more active.
The only puzzling part of this book is when Divya shares creative ways to get stains out of your clothes. This might be an invaluable tool for foodies, but does not apply to the majority of readers. Nevertheless, she brought up ideas that might be helpful.
This book offers a philosophy for how to enjoy life. Divya tells her personal stories throughout the book with an upbeat and conversational tone. Even if you can't relate to her stories, you can certainly relate to her humor.
I recommend this book as an entertaining read for sexy women who are tired of being told to hate food and spend more time in the gym.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Great tips, helpful ideas and fun to read. Interesting recipes that I can't wait to try and I hate to cook.Published 2 months ago by Judie Jensen Hatton
The author of this book couldn't stop reminding me how intelligent and sexy and wonderful she was although I appreciate someone with self-confidence, enough is enough. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Janet Haskins
I did like this book but I was expecting more of a healthy eating book. This book contained more life stories and experiences. I still enjoyed reading it very much though!Published on January 6, 2013 by Dana
I, too, am surprised that this book has received such good reviews. I started it last night.. and finished it (cover to cover) last night. Read morePublished on December 1, 2011 by E. E. Mickelson
Recently, I picked up a copy of Sexy Women Eat by Divya Gugnani and was completely shocked. There are actually smart, successful women out there who not only ACTUALLY eat when they... Read morePublished on February 21, 2011 by Alexa
I love anything health/wellness/food related and so I love diving into books under these subjects in hopes of learning something new. I didn't find that with Sexy Woman Eat. Read morePublished on February 7, 2011 by M. Sepulveda
I figured Skinny Bitch when I bought it, but Sexy Women Eat has way more fun and tips to offer. The book was a 2 night read and definetly a worthwhile. Read morePublished on January 18, 2011 by Anita