French Women Don't Get Fat
As an 18-year-old from a small town in eastern France, Mireille Guiliano spent a year as an exchange student in Boston where she discovered American bagels, brownies and chocolate chip cookies and gained 20 pounds. When she returned, her parents were stunned at her weight gain and her father told her she looked like a sack of potatoes. After a few miserable months during which she gains more weight, her mother took her to their family doctor who taught her the secrets of how French women stay slim. It worked and now she remains thin.
Mireille recommends Dr Miracle's plan as the French way in this book. 'French Women Don't Get Fat; became a runaway best seller around the globe in 2005. In less than six months, well over 1 million copies of the book were printed, and sales drove it to the top of the best seller charts in many countries. It has been translated into 28 languages.