Feast Without Fear: Food and the Delay, Don't Deny Lifestyle

Feast Without Fear: Food and the Delay, Don't Deny Lifestyle

In Delay, Don't Deny, Gin Stephens taught people around the world how to live an intermittent fasting lifestyle. Still, many wonder what foods they should be eating for best results. Is there one best diet that works for every one of us? The surprising answer to that question is an emphatic NO! In Feast Without Fear, the follow up to Delay, Don't Deny, you will learn what makes each of us unique, and why there is not a one-size-fits-all approach, no matter what all of the diet books promise you. From your genetic differences to your individual gut microbiome, there are personal factors that affect how your body responds to the foods you eat. In addition, you will examine several well-researched dietary approaches that are linked to vibrant health and longevity. You will discover how to craft an individual eating style that makes you feel your very best, while still eating the foods you love. Get ready to Feast Without Fear!

Title:Feast Without Fear: Food and the Delay, Don't Deny Lifestyle
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  • Renee Maxwell

    Good info, but nothing newI was hoping for some food, recipes or menu ideas. Maybe the title should be - What I did to lose weight and not -feast without fear. I like Gins podcast and agree with her n...

  • Toma

    A wealth of knowledge!I finished this book in less than 24 hours. After reading Gin's first book, I eagerly awaited the second and purchased it within minutes of it being available. At 44 I can finall...

  • Leanne

    I like Gin Stephens's writing style, her honesty, and her research. This book is a good resource for understanding the whys behind healthy eating with multiple links for more dense research. Gin stead...

  • Maryellen Honkomp

    This book is an easy read. The author goes into detail explaining why each person is different and what foods work for one will not work for another. Since starting this way of eating I lost 20 pounds...

  • Anita Gavin

    Encouraging!It makes sense and gives me hope. I liked the scienc-y parts too! I've been trying IF, and now realize I need to tighten up my window....

  • Christy Lindsay

    I appreciated all the research cited and the food freedom Gin encourages in this book. The references to the "Blue Zones" was helpful in realizing that those longest living, healthiest people groups d...

  • Linda

    This was worth my timeI have lost 30 pounds so far this year with keto and IF (intermittent fasting) but have been stalled recently. I thought I might want to shake things up a bit to break the stall ...

  • Daniel

    I loved her first book, Delay, Don’t Deny a lot and am currently practicing the lifestyle that she shared in that book.However, unfortunately, this book didn’t meet my expectations. It is definite...

  • Sarah Ryburn

    Gin Stephens’s books are accessible reading—quick easy reads that sound a clarion call to anyone who longs for a simpler and healthier relationship with food and their own body. She provides ample...

  • Rachel

    “We can take a lesson from the longest living people in the world. We can eat foods that taste good. We can learn to listen to our bodies and feed ourselves a wide variety of nutritious foods. We ca...