Cannot correct this book. Start all over with a different mindset.
I cannot believe audible books have this book on their list of choice.
And she is only 14. I myself got so very sad and had to skip over the gorey details of the slaughter houses. But this book is inspirational and entertaining. I wish there wasn't SO much cussing but I guess that's part of the personality. Its cleaned up my family's eating habits and we all lost14 14 weight just by reading it and its has stayed off.
This is a well written, very informative book. And I very much appreciate the fact that the authors suggest specific brands that they think taste great.
However (and I can’t believe I’m saying this), I am turned-off by the unending profanity and coarse language. I’m not typically offended by foul language, I’m not opposed to dropping the F-Bomb when appropriate.
But while listening to this book I felt like the authors either need a thesaurus or they had been hanging with frat boys who are majoring in creative swearing or they spend a LOT of time at the gym with body builders who swear and insult each other to motivate!
The publisher reviews call the style blunt, smart mouthed, tart, and laugh out loud. But hearing that something tastes so good my pubes will fall out or nothing is better than taking a big steaming sh** or you’re an effing idiot if you believe whatever, was way over done and took away some of the credibility and listening enjoyment.
Who wrote this publishing summary? When I bought this book I was expecting to get some fun listening material that would encourage me while dieting. Instead what I got was a very irritating sing-songish narrator talking very explicitly about the horrors of the meat industry for at least 2 out of the 4 hours while bizarrely interjecting foul language.
The authors have obviously traded belief in one type of over-zealous marketing for another. Rather than being a true diet book, this is a vegan daitribe based on scare-tactics and misinformation teased from dubious sources. What a waste of money and time that was.
I feel like I need to defend myself before even starting this review because this book put me in such a hostile frame of mind. I got this book because I thought it would be a humorous "girlfriend"-type guide to eating healthy. I am a health-minded individual - I've read Dr. Weil and other health experts, work out regularly, and try to eat healthy in spite of an addiction to diet soda. But like everyone else, I need a little motivation every once in a while, and figured this quick little guide would do just the trick. WRONG. To begin with, although I'm no prude by any stretch of the imagination, the language in this book, far from being "sassy and tart-tongued" is profane and offensive. If I want someone to call me nasty names, there are plenty of places that I can go rather than a supposed self help book that I actually PAID for. This book is obviously created to advocate veganism. I believe in the importance of a plant-based diet, and when I do eat fish or chicken, I'm careful to make sure it is free-range, but this book was basically a combination of every PETA brochure that you've ever read. Graphic details of slaughterhouse practices and interviews with factory farm workers comprise the bulk of this book. It basically restates everything that you've ever read in Fast Food Nation, The Jungle, or Vegetarian Times Guide to Vegetarianism, with less intelligence and more profanity. And at least with those other books, you know what you are getting. Despite it's cute-sy title and cover graphics, it is NOT in any way, shape, or form a friendly, uplifting, female friendly guide filled with diet tips, exercise recommendations, and practical advice. It is an ugly, gorey, graphic, nagging, harsh, low-brow venue for the authors to try to bully you into their lifestyle choice.
I read this book years ago and it changed my life. I listen to it now when I need to be reminded not to eat garbage., etc. I liked how they used facts and humour to get their point across. Would recommend to potential skinny bitches everywhere.
I like to read VERY much .. I'm obsessed with reading I don't have time to actually read a book so I've been a listener for three years now
Maybe I would because it has a very convincing argument about veganism
Talking about the cruelty bestowed upon animals I dont thinkbI can digest their meat again
it is only one character which are the authors
Use your own head and never trust anyone with your body .. its your life go live it
This book is for people who want the hard core truth .. you should have a sense of humor and an open mind for it
I like the fact that they tell it to you like it is - including some coarse language- sometimes, there are no other words you can use! It's not for everyone, but I think the bad reviewers should have gotten a little clue from the title...
I haven't read anything like this before
she did a great job at representing the authors.
no - I like my books broken up into small segments so I can think about what I just heard.
I have no plans on becoming a vegan just yet, but I am leaning towards vegetarianism - I think everyone should listen to this information so they understand exactly what they are eating.