In this Oct. 11, 2012 photo, "Hungry Girl" Lisa Lillien poses in her office in the Woodland Hills area of Los Angeles. She never set out to become a controverisal food maven, telling people how to eat their cake and keep their weight down too. Lillien was just another LA "Hungry Girl," a 30-something woman who would diet off that extra 20 pounds and then put the weight back on. That was until the former studio publicist started coming up with low-cal recipes for some of those favored foods and emailing them around to friends. Ten years later, Lillien sits atop a Hungry Girl empire. ( AP Photo/Nick Ut)
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