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I'm Still Hungry

3.08 of 5 stars 3.08  ·  rating details  ·  77 ratings  ·  9 reviews
As the daughter of Beach Boys legend Brian Wilson, Carnie Wilson grew up in the fast lane and has had a lifelong struggle with obesity. Here, she picks up on her previous title "Gut Feelings", showing the progression of weight loss through a personal diary and detailing how she got her head in the right place as she lost more than 150 pounds. Carnie goes on to discuss how ...more
Paperback, 200 pages
Published May 1st 2004 by Hay House (first published 2003)
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Kim
I picked this up on a whim in the biography section at the library. I've never been a big Wilson Phillips fan or anything--I just liked the title and figured what the hell--this will be a good thing to read on the stairstepper. It wasn't great literature, of course, but it held my interest. My main reaction is man I'm glad I'm not obese enough to need gastric bypass surgery. Anyone who thinks that's an easy way out to losing weight is crazy. She had to have the surgery just to be able to get to ...more
Ivy Courtney
An interesting read at times but a lot of times I found her to be annoying with some of her sugguestions. I realize that weight loss is a very complex situation and varies between people but there were times that it felt like she was just perching what everyone should do.

I think it was good that she inculded some tips and mentions her diet and how she survives on it although I must admit it is not something I would ever personally follow.
Christy
Joking or not, I don't like that Carnie gave a suggestion to chew and spit food, to preserve the taste without the calories. Although I think it was just a sarcastic little comment, meant to be witty, I don't think it's funny to make suggestions that end up being diagnostic criteria for disordered eating. I thought Carnie tried too hard to be witty, and sometimes it just came off wrong. Also, she was entirely too wrapped up in the whole "I'm hot because I did Playboy" aspect. Despite all of this ...more
Beauty Transforming
Sep 07, 2007 Beauty Transforming rated it 1 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: no one
As with her first book, I was disappointed. There is little quality in this book when it comes to GBP. While there is information in there about some struggles and what it was like for her, the "meat" of the book was about her posing in playboy (which is wow for someone having been MO and “unacceptable” by society for so long), and being in love. The crude language remained, although it was not as bad as her first book, "Gut Feelings." Okay read if you REALLY like Carnie, and just want a “story” ...more
Cristina
I had just had gastric bypass surgery and this book helped me during those first weeks where the only thing I did was sleep and puke! I would recommend it to anyone who is considering this surgery. The author is authentic and genuine and you can feel her candor throughout the book. If you have struggled with weight issues, this book is for you.
Kisha
I browsed it for 2 days and returned it to the library. I dismiss any author that suggests disordered eating behaviors like chewing and spitting food out as a means to controlling weight and eating behaviors.
Janeene
I thought it was ok - but didn't really get much from the book. At times her sarcastic humor was good for me - other times it just didn't click.
Carmen
Apr 28, 2015 Carmen rated it 2 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: Dieters
The sequel to Gut Feelings. This book is about her life after gastric bypass surgery. Again, she is bubbly and sweet.
Jen Steffens
Great sequel to "gut feelings" :) Loved this book and I would so recommend it!!!! :)
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