Skinny Chicks Dont Eat Salads Review

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Skinny Chicks Don’t Eat Salads is a diet book by Christine Avanti. Avanti is a certified nutritionist and she swears that her diet will stop your cravings after just 30 days. This is the same claim made by nearly every diet out there, but no one diet is perfect for everyone. The salad reference leads the website visitor to believe they will be eating something other than salads. This the second book of this sort from Avanti. The first was called Skinny Chicks Eat Real Food.

The official website for Christine Avanti is easy to read and navigate. There is information on the author and her books, but only a small amount of information. There are several before and after pictures of Christine, but she wasn’t overweight to begin with.

List of Ingredients


  • Book about losing weight eating real food.

Product Features

Skinny Chicks Don’t Eat Salads is the second book on eating real food to lose weight by Christine Avanti. The personal history of the author tells us a lot about the book and what kind of information will be passed along to the reader. According to the author’s biography, she gained 30 pounds when she lost her grandfather and with those 30 pounds she supposedly lost her modeling career. It wasn’t until a nutritionist told her to eat more real food that she lost the weight so she’s written two books to pass along the nutritionist’s information, with a touch of her own expertise we imagine, to the reader.

We found Skinny Chicks Don’t Eat Salads on The list price is still extremely high despite the fact that it was released in 2009. There are used copies and the book is available on Kindle.

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  • May offer some helpful advice on how to eat right and lose weight.
  • The author is not a fan of fad diets.
  • The price of the book used is affordable.
  • The author used the methods described in the book to lose weight.


  • The new price for a print copy is expensive.
  • There is no information on the diet itself.
  • We found no testimonials associated with the book.


When an author wants to sell a book using personal experience, it is often best to make sure you can reach out to the people who will be looking to purchase your book. The author of Skinny Chicks Don’t Eat Salads gained about 30 pounds and, according to the author, those 30 pounds cost her a career in modeling. Most dieters will not relate to this story. Add that to the utter lack of information on the diet and you have a book dieters should skip.

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