Wine for breakfast (lunch and dinner)? With eggs and not much else? It’s easy to see from today’s vantage point that this is crazy-town. So is the rest of the publication for that matter. But keep in mind, many of us had our formative years filled with these messages about the feminine form.

The inside flap of the cover is grotesquely blunt: “All women have bones, flesh, fat, skin, and hair—all these present problems in varying degrees. What they are and how to overcome them are the subject of this book.”

I doubt that today’s diets will stand up much better to judgment in the future. Think back for a minute on the diets that were the rage a few years back that no one is talking about now. followed Vogue’s ‘Wine and Eggs’ diet so no other woman has to | City Pages