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Dexter Daily: Desmond Harrington Comes Clean About His Weigh Loss

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Miss Perfect herself, Gwyneth Paltrow! Rebecca buys her cookbooks, workout DVDs and basically finds out its all about expensive foods, kale and heavy on Tracy Anderson "abuse. Elizabeth Taylor who in was the world's most beautiful woman. Rebecca tells us she's a big believer in daily "controlled pig-outs" and totally ambivalent about exercise - standing on your toes will work. That I could do if it didn't involve so much peanut butter and bacon!

Rebecca goes on Liz's diet for fifteen days, loses six pounds and finds herself hungrier than ever. We find out Karl Lagerfeld drinks up to 10 diet Cokes a day and still is able to sleep seven hours nightly. Marilyn Monroe loved raw eggs. Cameron Diaz can eat whatever she wants but still wrote "The Body Book.

Then there's Madonna who has been on a very strict macrobiotic diet, basically only sea vegetables forever, and her workout regimen is legendary. Is Madonna's diet hard? We can ALL skip that one! The fun doesn't stop with Madge. Rebecca keeps on her diet-athon making you thrilled you're not the one doing it, but laughing along the way.

Have you tried kale? I have and I don't like it. I don't care if it's IN. I'm not putting it in my mouth - ever again. There are other much more flavorful types of lettuce. That's my one personal comment for this story. Thanks to Netgalley http: My Adventures In Celebrity Dieting will be published January 15th so now is the perfect time to pre-order your copy on-line or from your local bookstore.

Wishing all my wonderful readers a happy and healthy Dec 31, Katherine P rated it it was ok Shelves: I got a good feel for what resource materials she used and what foods she actually ate.

She talked about the attitude each celebrity approached their diets which was kind of fun as well as the costs associated with each diet. The short chapters would make for good reading while traveling or a good pick up book when you just want to read a few pages. This book read like a collection of articles stuck together. To me it almost felt like the book proposal instead of the actual book.

She was giving a quick overview of what she was planning on doing but the actual chapters didn't feel fleshed out. I didn't really connect with Rebecca with her constant dinner parties and worrying about losing friends. This wasn't a bad book but it wasn't a particularly good book either. While the concept is great the execution fell more than a bit flat for me. I don't have a huge list of pros or cons for this one because there wasn't much of either.

It was a quick read but nothing that really grabbed me or will stick with me. If you're looking for a humorous a day in the life of a celebrity type book try Rachel Bertsche's Jennifer, Gwyneth and Me. Mar 14, Katie rated it liked it Shelves: I would give this five stars for writing style, but only three for content. Was it a life changing memoir or reflection on food and dieting throughout time? But it was a witty and quirky fast read that made me giggle.

So, points for that. Points people, not review stars. Chronicling and following ish the diets of 15 ish celebrities couldn't have been easy. Following some of their lifestyle tips at the same time, well that maybe made it easier? Or harder, depending on said tip. I for one, would not want to follow the 2-hrs a day cardio dance routine that Gwyneth follows. Sophia Loren and her pasta, dolly and her cabbage soup, Karl and his Of course, no diet was followed to the letter, but after reading about them, I hope to god the origami person didn't follow them to the letter either.

I like meat, but only meat all day every day? I don't think I need to tell you the concluding thoughts. You've heard it before: Feb 07, Libby rated it did not like it.

To be fair, I should say that at 58, I am probably 45 years too old for this book, written by a year old who incorrectly uses "literally" at least eight times in this slim, slight book. There are also several "awesomes," many exclamation points, and unapologetic worship of Gwyneth Paltrow's nutrition advice and the memoir of Posh Spice. Although the concept is interesting -- how do famous women eat?

May 03, Drea Kreth rated it liked it. While I enjoyed the anecdotes of the celebrity whom's diet she was trying at the time; I had one big problem with this book.

In my opinion, trying a diet for days Mostly, she did the diet for 3 days , is not trying a diet. Of course you are not losing any weight, you are not even trying. Quick read though if you need something to read while in a waiting room or on the train to work. Aug 16, Mona Nomura rated it did not like it Shelves: This was Harrington's NY Mag articles printed and bound word for word.

What a waste of paper. Apr 13, Gaby rated it it was amazing. Jun 24, Cindi rated it did not like it. Rebecca is a talented writer with clear prose and a sense of humor, which makes this book all the more disappointing.

I'm all for breezy beach reads, but when discussing eating habits and celebrity diets, the author completely abdicates her responsibilities to vulnerable readers, not to mention her critical thinking abilities. This book could be seriously dangerous for anybody with an eating disorder. It should be marked with a pro-ana trigger warning. Furthermore, she left so much potential on Rebecca is a talented writer with clear prose and a sense of humor, which makes this book all the more disappointing.

Furthermore, she left so much potential on the table, which is just frustrating because the topic is so rich and so zeitgeisty. A cursory summary at the end does precious little.

The book is ostensibly about the author's journey, but the author presents herself as an empty cipher, like a dietetic rice cake. There's no meaningful exploration of her own personal journey with weight or why she'd want to diet. She doesn't even share her body type, so you don't know if she begins the book overweight or is just a skinny girl who feels the need to get skinnier a worthy discussion in itself, which was, of course, ignored. I listened to this book on audio loan from the library, and it went down like a Diet Coke: I seriously want to take the author, shake her by the shoulders and say, "Why are you wasting your privilege, your talent and your platform on such drivel?!?!

Get out there and do some actual good in the world! At least, stop writing in First Person till you grow the courage to be honest with your readers!

That book is still problematic, but at least honestly so. I didn't dislike this book and might have given it 3 stars if the author hadn't gushed so much about Gwyneth Paltrow I am not a fan of GP at all. The lighthearted writing style was cute and matched the concept of the book. However, this felt like a missed opportunity with its celebrity idolatry and the let's give them a break because it's hard to be in the spotlight assertion.

Often these diets are harmful and celebrities are looked to as experts in health and fitness. The author concedes that I didn't dislike this book and might have given it 3 stars if the author hadn't gushed so much about Gwyneth Paltrow I am not a fan of GP at all. The author concedes that many of the recipes were created for the celebrity by a chef but provides no analysis on the importance of working with professionals.

Maybe I would have enjoyed this more if in conclusion the author would have explored why she did not maintain her weight loss from any of the diets, actually assessed her observations about the journey, and worked less to glorify celebrities and their diets.

The final thought was basically a shrug - "I don't know why I didn't keep the weight off" and wanting to be like Gwyneth ew.

In the end, this book would have been more fun as fiction similar to Bridget Jones' Diary. Oct 01, Lauren rated it liked it Shelves: This was surprisingly fun!! I enjoyed the great descriptions of all the funky foods she encountered in her trials. That said, this was only pages and way too brief to be an entire book. Perhaps a blog or article series would have been more appropriate.

Feb 24, Amy rated it really liked it. A light read-funny and interesting. The author attempts many diets, most of older movie stars, and wow, do many of the diets sound terrible! Oct 12, Mary rated it it was amazing. I'm mostly just sad that this wasn't longer. Read by the author. Considering I am always hunting down the perfect diet, this was right up my alley. Jul 08, Mirielle Sanford rated it liked it. Aug 04, Marcee Feddersen rated it liked it. A hilarious look at the eating habits of the skinny and famous--from Gwyneth's goji berry and quail egg concoctions to Jackie Kennedy's baked potato and Beluga caviar regimen--Rebecca Harrington leaves no cabbage soup unstirred in her wickedly funny, wildly absurd quest to diet like the stars.

I loved reading about all of the different celebrities and what they go through to be thin. Some of the chapters were about stars that are long gone, Jackie Kennedy, Sophia Loren, Greta Garbo, but there were a lot of current celebs too. Gwyneth Paltrow, Beyonce, Cameron Diaz. I learned quite a few things I didn't know. Skinny, chic Karl Lagerfield used to be chunky and lost 80 eating quail, along with the fact that he has a cat who has two lady's maids, one for day and one for night.

Cameron Diaz wrote a crazy book that apparently outs her as much more of a hippie than I would have thought. Liz Taylor believed in "controlled pig-out", and once ate a whole pizza and a hot fudge sundae - the author looks forward to following this rule for helping you to stay on the diet wagon. All in all, this was a cute book, and an interesting read. It makes you happy to NOT be a celebrity. Sep 21, Biblio Files takingadayoff rated it really liked it.

For some reason, we all seem to be fascinated by what other people eat. Of course, we're especially interested in what famous people eat, as if maybe by eating as they do, some of their fabulosity will transfer to us. And it's nothing new -- I read in Bill Bryson's book about the year , One Summer, that Charles Lindbergh fans fought over his discarded chicken bones and corn cobs. Rebecca Harrington, a novelist in her twenties, has taken on the task of finding out what the celebri For some reason, we all seem to be fascinated by what other people eat.

Rebecca Harrington, a novelist in her twenties, has taken on the task of finding out what the celebrities of today and yesterday ate, as well as trying out those diets to see if she can become fabulous too, or at least lose a few pounds in the process. In blog-style chunks, we find out about Sophia Loren's tiny pasta portions, William Howard Taft's boiled fish diet, Marilyn Monroe's raw eggs and milk breakfast, and more.

Harrington's enthusiastic and casual style heavy on "bunch of" and "basically" and exclamation points make this a quick and fun adventure. We find that some of the most successful diets, that is the ones that result in the most lost weight, were the ones that were so repulsive that Harrington simply couldn't eat the recommended food.

A memorable example was Elizabeth Taylor's steak slathered with peanut butter. A great addition to the "ridiculous stunts that result in a book" genre. Oct 16, Martha rated it really liked it Shelves: Her attempts are by turns successful, tear-inducing and sometimes downright disgusting, but she writes about them all with a breezy humor that makes you laugh even when you're wrinkling your nose.

Whether you're a lover or a hater of celebrity diets, you'll groan along with Rebecca and laugh out loud at h Funny, witty, and fast-paced, I'll Have What She's Having chronicles the attempts of author Rebecca Harrington to emulate the diets of the stars, from Posh Spice to Beyonce to Elizabeth Taylor. Whether you're a lover or a hater of celebrity diets, you'll groan along with Rebecca and laugh out loud at her observations. Attempting to adhere to a potato-and-caviar dish apparently favored by Jackie Kennedy, she turns on one of Kennedy's alleged favorite songs, "Limehouse Blues", which she describes as sounding like "music that would play if you ever had a seizure in an amusement park".

Testing out recipes from Liz Taylor's diet, she decides that plain veal is "disgusting, a bit like taking a cardboard box that has been left out in the sun, sprinkling it with lemon, and then eating it. I gobbled it down within a day and wanted more.

Maybe a sequel will pop up in the future? Feb 04, Gina rated it liked it Shelves: This book is pretty much what you expect. Though having read Harrington's column on The Cut, reading the book which I borrowed from the library did make me think about the problem of trying to monetize the Internet. There aren't any significant changes from what's already been posted and I'm really confused about why this was sold as a book.

I also wish she had done some of the diets for more than 3 days - the length of time devoted to each diet seemed random and days on a diet doesn't giv This book is pretty much what you expect.

I also wish she had done some of the diets for more than 3 days - the length of time devoted to each diet seemed random and days on a diet doesn't give you any sense of how a celebrity manages to survive on whatever amount of food.

I also would have liked a bit more historical background on the idea of dieting in general; I went to a book launch where the author mentioned that a lot of diets, like the low-carb high-protein one that Atkins so well marketed, have reoccurred in cycles throughout history. The last section of the book mentions the Greeks giving us the concept of dieting but leaves it at that. All the history bits Harrington seems to know would have filled out the book quite nicely and made it more than a collection of The Cut articles.

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