One day, my colleague and I were discussing eating healthy and losing weight when she said “I’m reading this book called Skinny Bitch”—hold up—Skinny what? Skinny Bitch she repeats, I was immediately intrigued. I soon discovered between the pages of this “real talk” guide this no ordinary weight-loss book. Unlike the boo woo gurus featured on Dr. Phil and Oprah, who uses kind words to help you lose weight, authors Rory Freedman and Kim Barnouin get straight to-the-point. They incorporate verbiage like: “Stop being a moron and start getting skinny” or “You cannot keep shoveling the same crap into your mouth every day and expect to lose weight.” OMG!
These two women also connect food to one’s mood and offers harsh insight into the products you consume. So ladies, this book is not for the faint of heart but if you want to learn what’s behind some of your favorite foods, which fruits have too much sugar or how to choose your veggies and meats—then Skinny Bitch will teach you the facts and myths about the food industry.
This New York Times best-seller is the first in a series of five tough-love manuals for savvy ladies who want to stop eating poorly, enjoy good food and start looking fantastic! The myth behind the Skinny Bitch guide is deprivation but in fact it’s about a lifestyle change. Freedman and Barnouin, describe a skinny bitch as someone who loves food, eats healthy and respect their body in the process.
Check out some of their other books: Skinny Bitch: Bun in the Oven; Skinny Bitch: In the Kitch; Skinny Bitchin’ and most-recent Skinny Bastard. After reading this book, you’ll learn to have your cake and eat it too—as long as it’s healthy cake!
Dr. Friedman Interviews Kim Barnouin, co-author of “Skinny Bitch”