The book is dived into two parts. The first part states and explains Bethenny rules. They're simple rules, though (as I've recently been learning in the book I'm currently reading) "simple" doesn't really mean the same thing as "easy". The rules include: Your diet is a bank account, so keep it balanced, Cancel your membership to the "Clean Plate Club", You can have it all, just not all at once, Taste everything, eat nothing, Keep it real, and my personal favorite, Check yourself before you wreck yourself (not that this is really an issue for me or anything...). There are ten rules in all, but what it really boils down to is that you need to have self control and a lot of it to be naturally thin
The second portion of the book includes a break down of a typical week on the Naturally Thin program. She shows the reader how to eat basically all types of food without over-doing it. She then gives an exact account of what she's eaten for, I think three or four days?. There are also tons of recipes and cute little tid bits!
My only issue with the book is that I read the whole thing to learn that I can eat foods I like in moderation. Well, I already knew that! I do think its worth it for the recipes. However, I do believe she's writing an actual cookbook that might be more worth the money! I checked Naturally Thin out of the library. I'm glad I didn't buy it.
Now onto another book! "The Book"!
I'm actually still waiting for this one to arrive! When I went into our library's shared system catalogue, all five (yes, its a hot seller! Lol!) copies were either checked out or "On Hold" already! Fret not, I put my hold at the top of the list!
Meanwhile, I'm really enjoying Julie and Julia: This is seriously a good book. The only issue I have is that she hates on the Republicans she works with! I mean, I work with mostly Dems, and I can handle it! Haha! I'm really just kidding around! I cannot wait to see the movie! Click here to view the trailer! Bon Appetit!