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Zero Belly Diet (2014) is a weight-loss diet which focuses on how to remove visceral fat from the belly area.

7-day cleanse and lifetime eating guidelines.
Eat mostly plant-based foods during the day (except eggs for breakfast).
Eat vegetables, fruits, lean protein, healthy fats, nuts and seeds, legumes.
Three meals plus smoothie plus optional snack each day; one cheat meal a week.
Avoid gluten, refined grains, dairy, sugar, processed foods.
Below on this page is a description of the food recommendations in the diet. There’s a lot more in the book.

Use this page as a cheat sheet alongside the book. Send this page to friends, family, and anyone else who you
want to understand what you’re eating on this diet.

Get a copy of Zero Belly Diet for details of why belly fat is bad for you, how what you eat affects your genes, a
breakdown of different types of fat, how to measure your ABSI, recipes, and workouts.

The reasoning behind Zero Belly Diet

This book claims that certain foods short-circuit our fat genes, turning off the parts of our DNA that trigger weight
gain and activating our bodies to burn, not store, fat. It says that eating the right diet can essentially take your foot
off the fat-gene accelerator and dramatically reverse weight gain, in the process literally changing your genetic
destiny. It argues that proper digestion quells inflammation, an often-overlooked culprit in weight gain, and that
certain foods (e.g. lactose and gluten) create inflammatory responses in many people. It claims to turn off your fat-
storage genes by focusing on nine power food groups that are linked directly to the emerging science of
nutritional genetics (the study of how nutrients in food influence gene expression).

Zero Belly Diet plan – what to eat and foods to avoid

Portion sizes  |  7-day cleanse  |  Zero Belly Drinks  |  General  |  What to eat  |  Foods to limit  |  Foods to avoid  |
Gluten-free, lactose-free, vegan

Portion sizes

This is taken from “How to Build a Zero Belly Cleanse Dinner” – we assume (although it’s not stated in the book)
that the portion sizes should be the same for the rest of the diet as they are for the cleanse. Other portion sizes
have been extrapolated from the recipes.

Protein
Cooked any way you want, but with only 1 teaspoon of coconut or extra-virgin olive oil
5 ounces poultry – e.g. chicken breast (skinless) or lean ground turkey (at least 93% lean)
5 ounces lean red meat (allowed once or twice a week in this diet) – lean ground beef (at least 90% lean, preferably
grass-fed) or 5 ounces lean steak (sirloin or anything labeled round, preferably grass-fed)
5 ounces fish (preferably wild-caught)
2 eggs plus 1 or 2 egg whites
Fiber
2-3 heaping cups of leafy green vegetables or other non-starchy vegetables
Fruits – portion size not given, but recipes generally show ½ cup fresh fruit (and it looks like you can average
about 2 servings of fruit a day)
Grains – portion size not given, but recipes generally show ½ cup cooked grains
Legumes – portion size not given, but recipes generally show ¼ cup cooked legumes
Note that nuts and seeds are also considered fiber, as well as fat (see “fat” below)
Fat
Only add if no fat exists in the recipe already
¼ avocado
1 tablespoon nuts or seeds
1 tablespoon of your favorite nut butter
Other fats – portion sizes not given, but recipes generally show about 1 teaspoon
Other foods
Starchy vegetables – portion size not given, but recipes generally show ½ cup
Seven-day cleanse (optional)

This can be used to kickstart the diet or after a vacation or other reason you’ve put on some weight
Two Zero Belly drinks as meals (breakfast and lunch), one snack, a Zero Belly cleanse dinner, and no dessert
For each meal, drink, or snack, check that it contains protein, fiber, and healthy fat
Cleanse dinners consist of protein, vegetables, and healthy fats, but no grains or fruits (meal suggestions are in
the book)
No alcohol, no cheat meals
At least 8 glasses of water a day
Teas to speed weight loss – 3-4 cups of tea per day – green tea, oolong tea, mint tea, white tea, red tea / rooibos.
Choose brewed teas over bottled to avoid extra calories and sweeteners
Zero Belly Drinks

These are plant-based smoothies which are designed to be creamy, filling, and packed with protein, fiber, and
healthy fats, without the lactose and saturated fats found in commercial smoothies
Fruit – can be fresh or frozen. If a fruit is at the peak of its season, buy it fresh. If not, stick with frozen. (If you don’t
use frozen fruit, you can add a cube or two of ice to each recipe.)
Milk alternatives / nondairy milk – almond milk (without carrageenan), coconut milk, hazelnut milk, hemp milk, rice
milk, oat milk
Protein – protein powder, nuts/seed butter
Add liquids first, then protein and fruit to your blender. It’s easier on the blender and gets things moving faster.
For a thicker, spoon-able smoothie, use less liquid than listed in the recipe. Add more for a thinner, milk-like
consistency
If you want to take a Zero Belly drink to travel, consider making it the night before and freezing it in a blender
bottle. (Look for one with a metal mixer ball, which helps re-blend the drink when you shake it.)
Recipes are in the book
General – after the cleanse

Meals each day
Three square meals
One Zero Belly drink each day
One additional afternoon or evening snack (if you’re still hungry)
Example schedule if you’re having a lunchtime workout: 7.30am breakfast, 10am Zero Belly Drink, 12pm workout,
1pm lunch, 6.30pm dinner, 7.30pm snack or Zero Belly Drink
Example schedule if you’re having no workout: 7.30am breakfast, 12pm lunch, 3.30pm snack or Zero Belly Drink, 6.30
pm dinner, 7.30pm snack or Zero Belly Drink
Sit down to eat, eat without distractions (e.g. TV), and chew well
Weekly cheat meal
Once a week, have a zero-guilt cheat meal. This can be anything you want, and it can be at any time during the week
Three Zero Belly Questions – for each meal or snack, ask:
Where’s my protein?
Where’s my fiber? (can be from fruit, vegetables, nuts, seeds, legumes, whole grains)
Where’s my healthy fat? (at least one of these: monounsaturated fats, polyunsaturated fats, plant-based saturated
fats, omeg-3 fatty acids)
Prep power foods for zero stress – at the beginning of each week, prep a few ingredients in bulk – frozen bananas
for smoothies, brown rice and quinoa for meals, vinaigrette, lentils if you’re including them in your meal plan
Foods to eat in Zero Belly Diet (after the cleanse)

9 preferred foods
Zero Belly Drinks
Eggs
Red fruits
Olive oil and other healthy fats
Beans, rice, oats, and other healthy fiber
Extra plant protein
Leafy greens, green tea, and bright vegetables
Lean meats and fish
Your favorite spices and flavors (ginger, cinnamon, even chocolate)
Vegetables – high-phytonutrient
Leafy greens and brightly colored vegetables – arugula, asparagus, avocado, beets, beet greens, bell peppers
(especially red), carrots, chard, chicory, Chinese cabbage / napa cabbage, chives, collard greens, dandelion
greens, endive, kale, kohlrabi, lettuce, mesclun greens, parsley, peppers of all types, spinach, tomatoes
(especially grape tomatoes), turnip greens, watercress, zucchini
Others – onions, garlic, leeks, scallions, celery, cucumber, fennel, Jerusalem artichokes, mushrooms, peas, sweet
corn, sweet potatoes
Fruits – high-phytonutrient
Red fruits – red apples (especially Pink Lady), blueberries, tart cherries (sour cherries), red grapes, red grapefruit,
nectarines, peaches, plums, raspberries, strawberries, watermelon
Other fruits – e.g. bananas, lemon
Protein
Eggs (organic)
Lean protein
Shellfish – oysters, scallops, shrimp
Poultry – chicken (especially boneless skinless chicken breast), turkey (lean ground turkey 94% lean)
Fish (seawater and freshwater) – anchovies, cod, halibut, herring, mackerel, orange roughy, pike, salmon
(especially wild), sardines, sunfish, trout, tuna, whitefish
Plant-based protein powders, with at least 15g of protein per scoop – e.g. a blend of hemp protein, rice protein,
and pea protein to get a full amino acid profile – Vega One All-in-One Nutritional Shake, Vega Sport Performance
Protein, Sunwarrior Warrior Blend
Fats
Monounsaturated fats – olives and olive oil (preferably extra virgin), nuts (including peanuts) and seeds,
avocados, dark chocolate (at least 72% cacao)
Polyunsaturated fats – oily fish such as tuna, salmon, mackerel, or sardine, flaxseed, sunflower seeds, sesame
seeds, pine nuts
Plant-based saturated fats – coconut, coconut oil (preferably virgin)
Omega-3 fatty acids – wild salmon, tuna, sardines, and other cold-water fish, grass-fed beef, flaxseed, walnuts, chia
seeds
Nut and seed oils – e.g. flaxseed oil, walnut oil
Nuts and seeds
Nuts (raw, unsalted) – almonds, cashews, coconuts, hazelnuts, peanuts, pine nuts, walnuts
Seeds – chia seeds, ground flax seeds (flax meal), pumpkin seeds
Nut butters, seed butters, ingredients should only be the nut or seed plus maybe a little salt – e.g. almond butter
(Justin’s is recommended), peanut butter (Smucker’s Natural is recommended)
Legumes
Lentils – e.g. French green lentils
Beans – e.g. black beans, kidney beans, pinto beans
Chickpeas/garbanzo beans
Hummus (Abraham’s is recommended)
Peanuts, peanut butter
Grains
Barley, brown rice, quinoa, oats (old-fashioned or steel-cut, not instant), rye
Gluten-free buns for hamburgers – Canyon GF Hamburger Buns, Get Happy Campers Wild Buns, Food for Life
Brown Rice English Muffins, Manna Organic Ciao Chia Bread
Herbs and spices
Herbs – e.g. basil, chives, oregano, parsley
Spices – especially yellow, black, and brown spices – bay leaf, black pepper, cayenne pepper, cinnamon, coriander,
cumin, ginger, horseradish, mustard seeds (especially yellow), rosemary, turmeric, thyme
Dark chocolate (70% or higher, Green & Black’s is recommended) is considered a spice on this diet
Condiments and pantry
Raw apple cider vinegar, rice wine vinegar, red wine vinegar, white wine vinegar
Prepared mustard (0g sugar), red curry paste, reduced-sodium soy sauce, sriracha
Artichoke hearts, capers, chipotle peppers, Kalamata olives, solid white albacore tuna (packed in water), sundried
tomatoes, whole peeled unsalted tomatoes
Baking soda, unsweetened cocoa powder, coconut milk (lite is suggested), semisweet chocolate chips
Mirin (sweetened Japanese rice wine), sake
Salsa (Amy’s Organic is recommended)
Gluten-free crackers
Nutrition bars
KIND (all flavors)
LÄRABAR (all flavors)
Raw Revolution Organic Bars (all flavors)
Clif, Kit’s Organic (all flavors)
Beverages
Water – about 8 glasses a day. Drink a glass as soon as you wake up, with every meal, Zero Belly Drink , or snack,
and before you go to bed
Green tea (Bigelow is recommended) – unlimited amounts (with nothing added)
Unsweetened almond milk (without carrageenan), coconut milk, hazelnut milk, hemp milk, rice milk, oat milk
Foods to limit with Zero Belly Diet (after the cleanse)

Protein
Lean beef (preferably grass-fed), lamb – the book says to limit red meats, but doesn’t give suggestions on
acceptable amounts
Vegetables which cause gas
g. broccoli, Brussels sprouts, cabbage, cauliflower – especially if eaten raw
Omega-6 fatty acids
g. cottonseed oil, grapeseed oil, poppyseed oil, safflower oil, sesame oil, soybean oil, sunflower oil, vegetable oil
Mayonnaise
Sunflower seeds
Sweeteners
Brown sugar, honey – these are listed in the “starter kit” of ingredients for the recipes, although sugar is
supposed to be avoided on this diet
Soy, soy milk
Alcohol
One drink per week for the initial 6-week program
Beverages
Coffee – limit to 1 cup per day
Foods to avoid with Zero Belly Diet

Processed foods
Saturated fat
Sugar
Refined grains
Wheat
Dairy
All types of dairy / milk products
Yogurt, even though it contains probiotics – this is often high in added sugars. If you do choose to eat yogurt, look
for ‘live active cultures’ on the label
Red meat – there’s conflicting advice in the book; it looks like red meat is allowed on occasion
Canned foods, with BPA lining (BPA-free is okay)
Fruit juice – eat whole fruit instead
Foods that may give you gas
Sorbitol – sugar alcohol found in gum
Soy protein – found in nutrition bars and other foods
Carrageenan – found in some brands of almond milk
Fructose – found in naturally high amounts in dried fruit
Salty foods, such as canned soup
Vegetables low in phytonutrients
White root vegetables – e.g. parsnips, potatoes, turnips
What to do if you want gluten-free, dairy-free, or vegan

Adapt Zero Belly to fit your needs – there aren’t any guidelines in the book but it says you should easily be able to
adapt the diet

Health benefits claimed in Zero Belly Diet

The diet in this book claims to reduce the risks for: Alzheimer’s, anxiety, arthritis, autoimmune diseases, Barrett’s
esophagus, bloating, cancer, dementia, depression, diabetes, gas, GERD/gastroesophageal reflux disease, heart
disease, high blood sugar, inflammation, liver disease, low sex drive, memory loss, overweight/obesity, psoriasis,
stroke, visceral fat

As always, this is not intended to be a replacement for professional medical diagnosis or treatment for a medical
condition. Consult your doctor before starting a new diet. This page describes what the authors of the diet
recommend – Chewfo is describing the diet only, not endorsing it.

Get a copy of Zero Belly Diet for details of why belly fat is bad for you, how what you eat affects your genes, a
breakdown of different types of fat, how to measure your ABSI, recipes, and workouts. The book’s website is http:
//www.zerobelly.com/. It’s on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/zerobellydietplan, and on Twitter at https:
//twitter.com/ZeroBellyDiet.

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AnnaSophia Robb (born December 8, 1993) is an American actress and model. She has starred in films such as
Because of Winn-Dixie, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, Bridge to Terabithia, Race to Witch Mountain, Soul
Surfer, and The Way Way Back. She also played the lead role of Carrie Bradshaw on The CW's series The Carrie
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Some inspirational lyrics...


Ana's Song - Silverchair

Please die Ana
For as long as you're here we're not
You make the sound of laughter
and sharpened nails seem softer
And I need you now somehow
And I need you now somehow

Open fire on the needs designed
On my knees for you
Open fire on my knees desires
What I need from you

Imagine pageant
In my head the flesh seems thicker
Sandpaper tears corrode the film

And I need you now somehow
And I need you now somehow

Open fire on the needs designed
On my knees for you
Open fire on my knees desires
What I need from you

And you're my obsession
I love you to the bones
And Ana wrecks your life
Like an Anorexia life

Open fire on the needs designed
On my knees for you
Open fire on my knees desires
What I need from you
Open fire on the needs designed
Open fire on my knees desires
On my knees for you

Paper Bag - Fiona Apple
I was staring at the sky, just looking for a star
To pray on, or wish on, or something like that
I was having a sweet fix of a daydream of a boy
Whose reality I knew, was a hopeless to be had
But then the dove of hope began its downward slope
And I believed for a moment that my chances
Were approaching to be grabbed
But as it came down near, so did a weary tear
I thought it was a bird, but it was just a paper bag

Hunger hurts, and I want him so bad, oh it kills
'Cause I know I'm a mess he don't wanna clean up
I got to fold 'cause these hands are too shaky to hold
Hunger hurts, but starving works, when it costs too much to love

And I went crazy again today, looking for a strand to climb
Looking for a little hope
Baby said he couldn't stay, wouldn't put his lips to mine,
And a fail to kiss is a fail to cope
I said, 'Honey, I don't feel so good, don't feel justified
Come on put a little love here in my void,' he said
'It's all in your head,' and I said, 'So's everything'
But he didn't get it I thought he was a man
But he was just a little boy

Hunger hurts, and I want him so bad, oh it kills
'Cause I know I'm a mess he don't wanna clean up
I got to fold 'cause these hands are too shaky to hold
Hunger hurts, but starving works, when it costs too much to love
Hunger hurts, and I want him so bad, oh it kills
'Cause I know I'm a mess he don't wanna clean up
I got to fold 'cause these hands are too shaky to hold
Hunger hurts, but starving works, when it costs too much to love

She's Falling Apart - Lisa Loeb

They pull up their chairs to the table
She stares at the food on her plate
At the toast and the butter
Her father, her mother, she pushes away

And they rise in the morning
And they sleep in the dark
And even though nobody's looking
She's falling apart

She gets home from school too early
And closes the door to her room
There's nothing inside her
She's weak and she's tired of feeling like this

And they rise in the morning
And they sleep in the dark
And even though nobody's looking
She's falling apart

They call her for dinner, she makes up a reason
She looks at her arms and she rolls down her sleeves
And her mother is starting to see through her lies
And last night her father had tears in his eyes

And they rise in the morning
And they sleep in the dark
And even though nobody's looking
She's falling apart

And we rise in the morning
And we sleep in the dark
And even though nobody's looking
She's falling apart

    
Messiah - Anorexia Nervosa

Time of puberty
Age of quandary
Sorrow and worries

Disagreement
Predicament
I enigmatize

Weakness overcomes my body, my brain's so empty
I lose my appetite, day in day out
My body's deeply marked, I'm undernourished

Mental changes, my mind is splitting
Inferiority complexes, time to confess
Pride and power, is giving me the hunger
Depression and apathy, is changing my spirit

Time to go hungry
It gives me great joy
Pleasure and satisfaction

To fight against
My hunger pangs
Gives me pride

Feeling of sheer terror
To see me in the mirror
I could be so fat

Every pound I lose
Helps me on the course
To my sheer perfection

I don't realize how bad my body's feeling
My eyes see only my perfect slim body
But really I'm a half-starved skeleton

Lucy at the Gym - Jill Sobule

Lucy at the gym
She's there every time I go,
and I don't go that often, so she must live at the gym
I stare at her ribs they show through the spandex
Her little legs are working, she's going somewhere
She's climbing up the stairs
And when she reaches the top her dreams will be there

Lucy at the gym
Lucy on the scale for the third time
Thru thick and thin, Lucy's at the gym
She's staring at the clock and like the 2nd hand she never stops
She's Lucy at the gym

When she takes a shower, after all the hours
Does she have a place to go
Is there someone waiting
Or is Lucy all alone

I'm at the gym and Lucy's not there
It's got me kinda worried so I imagine the worst
She's made it up to heaven
And when she met her maker, he said "come right in"
"I'll show you around the gym"
"Everyone's beautiful and thin"
"And here there's no sin, and your life can begin
Lucy at the gym"

Big Isn't Beautiful - King Andora

I want your heart-shaped lips, lips,
Cooler hula hips,
I want to feel my bones on your
bones, yeah,
I wear my heartache at my sleeve,
I love myself too much to see,
It haunts my dreams,
It haunts my every dream,

Every boy wants a body to die for and,
Every girl who's thin is his rival,
I wish I had a body to die for,
Skinny is sexy,
Big isn't beautiful....
I'm gonna shed me some skin,
Get me real, real slim,
I want to feel my bones on your
bones, baby,
I am a teenage drama queen,
I throw my guts up for self-esteem,
It haunts my dreams,
It haunts my every dream,

Every boy wants a body to die for,
And every girl who's thin is his rival,
I wish I had a body to die for,
Skinny is sexy,
Big isn't beautiful,

Ohh, ohh, ohh,

Every boy wants a body to die for and,
Every girl who's thin is his rival,
I wish I had a a body to die for,
Skinny is sexy,
Sweet anorexia,
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ANA MIA BOOKS:

Second Star to The Right, by Deborah Hautzig

This is one of my favorites, particularly because I can relate to some aspects of the main character, Leslie. She comes from a good home and has stable and loving
parents. Yet she still has problems with herself. I'm the same way. I recommend this book, it's a quick read and very good. Here's some passages I enjoyed most...

"Things don't just happen the way they do in movies, with clear-cut reasons. If my parents had deserted me or beaten me up of if I'd been deprived in some visible
way, I could say 'See? This is why.' Even if it weren't the whole truth, it would look and sound legitimate. But I can't say any of those things."

"You can learn to love anything, I think, if you need to badly enough. I trained myself to enjoy feeling hungry. If my stomach contracts, or I wake up feeling nauseated,
or I'm light-headed, or I have a hunger headache, or better yet, all of the above, it means I'm getting thinner. So it feels good. I feel strong, on top of myself. In control.
Thanks to the dictator [...] It was as though this person, this dictator, had taken up residence inside me to keep me in line. It wasn't simply that I chose not to eat. I
was forbidden to. Even thinking about eating forbidden foods brought punishment. It's so hard to explain. It was like an iron wall would drop, barring me from even
looking and smashing me for trying. 'How dare you,' this voice inside me would say, 'You greedy pig!' And I was grateful to have someone looking out for me-- a kind
of savior keeping me from being weak, and fat, keeping me from hurting. Making me respect myself. Hunger, I thought, is a minuscule price to pay. To be thin no
price is too high. The sky's the limit."

*more to come from this book . . .

The Hanged Man, by Francesca Lia Block

This book is really not about anorexia in the same way the other books I have on this page are. The main character makes references to suffering from anorexia, but
the book itself isn't about her struggle with it. It's kind of a weird story that's more reminiscent of a film you'd see on the Independent Film Channel or something.
Nonetheless, I recommend giving it a try because it is a very interesting style of writing and one of my favorite books. And there are, of course, some really good
quotes...

"I feel like Hansel and Gretel. Didn't the witch stuff them in the oven? But I won't eat all that candy Hansel and Gretel ate. I will be thin and pure like a glass cup.
Empty. Pure as light. Music. I move my hands over my body- my shoulders, collar bone, my rib cage, my hip bones like part of an animal skull, my small thighs. In
the mirror my face is pale and my eyes look bruised. My hair is pale and thin and the light comes through. I could be a lot younger than seventeen, I could be a child
still, untouched." (14)

"Claudia buys a piece of pizza. The rich smell of scalding cheese. 'You should eat,' she says. But I don't take a bite." (18)

"'You've just got to cool out. And eat. Look how skinny you are. They say when your body's under stress, your period's the first thing to go. We should get out of here.
Go to Italy or something. The sexiest men in the world. Gods, I'm serious. And they've got that art. Boticelli and everything. We'd fatten you up on loads of pasta and
wine. What are you afraid of anyway?' I think of women with fat clotted at their bellies, thighs, buttocks. Hemorrhaging blood. But I won't tell Claudia. I think of fairies
without breasts and they're floating.." (53)

"Have you ever had the sensation of losing flesh? You begin to feel the bones of your skeleton under your flesh. Bones of the shoulders. Bones of the rib cage.
Bones of the hips. It is like finding a new being, one free of desire, free of time, almost." (95)

"I hear horror stories about girls who don't eat- how their hair turns white and their gums bleed. But I feel beautiful, perfect. I am all pale bone, and bone-pale flesh
and pale hair and I am light. I am like some fairy thing. I dream about fairies dancing around the house with their rib cages showing like baskets under their flesh. I
could drift up and away from here. I am so light. Bound by nothing. Not even time. And I am pure now." (96)

Wasted, by Marya Hornbacher

This book is really well written. The author is the main character and the story is essentially an autobiography. She gives a lot of insight into what it's like to be truly
anorexic..


"That night, while my father is cooking dinner, I lean against his knees and announce, I'm not hungry. I'm on a diet. My father laughs. Feet dangling from my chair at
the table, I stare at the food, push it around, glance surreptitiously at my mother's plate, her nervous little bites. The way she leans back in her chair, setting down
her fork to gesture rapidly with her hands as she speaks. My father, bent over his plate, eating in huge bites. My mother shoves her dinner away, precisely half
eaten. My father tells her she wastes food, that he hates the way she always wastes food. My mother snaps back defensively, I'm full, dear. Glares. I push my plate
away, say loudly, I'm full. And all eyes turn on me. Come on, Piglet, says my mother. A few more bites. Two more, she says. Three, says my father. They glare at each
other. I eat a pea." (11-12)

"I did not like to be touched, but it was a strange dislike. I did not like to be touched because I craved it too much. I wanted to be held very tight so I would not break.
Even now, when people lean down to touch me, or hug me, or put a hand on my shoulder, I hold my breath. I turn my face. I want to cry." (pg. 14)

"The shrinks scrawl these words on their notepads: Magical thinking. Their books call it "a disposition to regard the metaphoric as the concrete" and "to attribute
primitive magical powers" to objects. One might, for example, attribute magical powers to food. For example, if I am three years old and standing on a chair making
myself an apple sandwich, and if I eat this apple in precisely twenty bites, no more no less, then I will be happy. If I eat it in more than twenty bites, I will be sad. If I
am nineteen years old, sixty pounds, and eating a carton of yogurt a day, and it takes me precisely two hours to eat this carton of yogurt, and I smoke a cigarette
every fifteen minutes to prove that I can stop eating, then I will be safe, retaining my dictorial grip on my body, my life, my world." (20)

"I got new school clothes. I did not wear slim-sized jeans, I wore "regulars," and my cousin, whom I trotted after like a puppy and whom I aspired to emulate in all
ways, wore "slims," a fact that was, as I recall, discussed at length between my mother and aunt. I developed a deep, abiding fear of jeans, which I still have. I hold
my breath and shut my eyes when I pull on a pair in the dressing room, afraid they will now, as then, get stuck at my hips, and there I will stand, absurd, staring at
the excess of hips that should, if I were a good person, be "slim." Slim is such a strange, grinning sort of word, sliding out of the mouth, ending in the labial hum of
"immm." It's the sound of the girl in the 1980s Chic jeans commercials, slipping snakelike into her slim chic jeans. Slimmmmmm." (38)

"Into the shower, out of the shower, climb up on the toilet with a hand mirror: look, peer, examine, critique. Frontal view first. Legs too short, too round, thighs touch.
Seventeen magazine advises that thighs should not touch. Mine touch. I suck. It's all over. How can I hide it? How can I stand so I'm not swaybacked? How can I
curve myself inward, as if preparing to implode? Left side: butt too round, juts out, major gross, ohmigod, the butt, the horrible butt, the butt that is so undeniably a
butt. Rear view: hips curve out from the waist. Are those saddlebags already? Butt, the butt! Two hand spans wide. Oh, f*ck it all! Right side: the f*cking butt! Who
said I wanted a butt? Why can't I have a flat butt, the kind that seems to sink right into the pocket of Guess jeans when the leg goes back? I don't want his thing, this
round, imperious, proud little butt." (45)

"Sitting in detention one day after school, I was reading and eating a bag of chips. The teacher didn't know it was the first thing I'd eaten all day, and would also be
the last. She didn't know I was bulimic. She was a nice person who encouraged my writing, often calling me into her classroom to say, in a very concerned voice,
that I wasn't living up to my Potential. There was nothing wrong with her, so I don't blame her for this. She said, wagging her finger at me as I munched away on my
bag of chips, 'A moment on the lips, forever on the hips.' I stopped midchew. On my way out the door, I dropped my bag of chips in the garbage can, headed straight
for the bathroom, threw up in the stall farthest from the door."(62)

"And the sharp hiss of one voice that started out softly, as though below layers of moss, or flesh, and gradually became so loud it drowned out everything else:
Thinner, it said. You've got to get thinner." (69)

"I spent my nights up late: towel pressed against the crack below the door to block the thin knife of light, one light on the bedside table. I lay on my side on the green
carpet of my bedroom floor, in front of the mirror, watching my legs move up and down, and up and down, in endless calisthenics, a precise number of each. Even if
the muscles, weakened, began to tremble, I kept lifting, thinking lazy bitch. Left side first, then right side, then standing, then on my back, then on my belly. I watched
each inch of my flesh as it flexed and relaxed, got lost in the repetition, got off on the image, pictured myself smaller, and smaller, and smaller, until I was no more
than a slip of a thing. I pulled my thighs apart to see how they'd look when I got skinny, pinched hard at the excess, tried to smother the wellspring of terror that rose
in my chest when I thought: I'm fat. If the terror would not go down, I'd promise myself: no food tomorrow. None. That let me breathe a little easier. The punishment
seemed just, seemed as if it might make things better, more organized, the calming twist of hunger in the chest might remind me that things were all right." (73-74)

"This is one of the terribly banal truths of eating disorders: when a woman is thin in this culture, she proves her worth, in a way that no great accomplishment, no
stellar career, nothing at all can match. We believe she has done what centuries of collective unconscious insist that no woman can do; control herself. A woman
who can control herself is almost as good as a man. A thin woman can Have It All." (81-82)

"When the tour was over, I flew to Seattle to meet my mother. We were visiting my alcoholic grandfather and his alcoholic, anorexic wife. I hadn't seen either of them
since I was ten years old. In the meantime, I had, of course, gotten older, and lost my darling-girl factor. I was now considered a threat by my stepgrandmother. She'd
bought me an outfit suitable for a ten-year-old that was too tight and made me look like a sausage. I cried and said I was fat, alone in the guest room with my mother.
My mother sniffed and told me to stop it. I saved the outfit. I wore it almost every day in the hospital a few years later when I was seventeen, and it hung from the
bones of my shoulders and hips, bagging at the ankles and ass." (97-98)

"When you coast without eating for a significant amount of time, and you are still alive, you begin to scoff at those fools who believe they must eat to live. It seems
blatantly obvious to you that this is not true. You get up in the morning, you do your work, you run, you do not eat, you live." (110-111)

"A lady will eat like a bird. A lady will look like a bird, fragile boned and powerful when in flight, lifting weightless into the air." (118)

"This pleases you, just as the small knives of pain please you when you run, the stabbing pain of each step, just as the worried, muted words of friends please you,
just as your own voice pleases you when you say to them, I just can't stop. You've made a decision: You will not stop. The pain is necessary, especially the pain of
hunger. It reassures you that you are strong, you can withstand anything, that you are not a slave to your body, you don't have to give in to its whining."

"A window by the toilet, a fan, a heater, the whir and tick of which are just enough to cover the noise. A shower. A scale. The scale is two pounds off. When you
arrive, you weigh 102. You watch the needle falter toward that number, then fall back, as if in time elapse, fall back, back, when you step into the scale each day, ten
times a day. Give or take a few. When you wake up, when you get home from school, after you binge, after you purge, when you eat dinner, after you throw up dinner,
before you pee, after you pee, before you gulp handfuls of laxatives, after they take their hideous affect." (162)

*more to come from this book . . .

Stick Figure, by Lori Gottlieb

This book was more shocking to me only because it was from the viewpoint of an 11 year old. It is the year long diary of the author's bout with anorexia at the age of
11. It was most interesting to me I think, though, because of the social commentary it offered on the society's image of women on the whole. Being anorexic can
result from so many things in one's life and can be a very individual illness, but the push of society for women to achieve the thin ideal only proves to exacerbate
the problem and anyone who argues otherwise is either blind or stupid. We've all fallen prey to it, I of all people would never argue otherwise. I mean, just take a
look at all the thinspiration pages I've got here on the site..

*quotes to come . . .

The Best Little Girl in the World, by Steven Levenkron

A good read. It is often acclaimed as one of the greatest novels regarding anorexia. In my opinion it was a little too textbook and slightly pretentious. While it
doesn’t read like a textbook, the story is essentially the textbook case in terms of causes of anorexia. Some of the explanations for the main character's
illness were a little too behind the times for my taste. But there were still some very inspirational passages nonetheless..