Being vegetarian for nineteen years and working out intensely four to five days per week was supposed to yield results. However, the "bagel" of fat that Dean Dwyer clutched with both hands told a very different tale.
At the ripe old age of 45, unemployed and facing a very uncertain future, Dwyer found himself at a rather disturbing crossroads, asking a rather counterintuitive question:
"What if eating healthy is making me fat?"
And with that one simple question, a paradigm shift like no other was unleashed. Suddenly, nothing was sacred ground. Everything was open for debate.
Is cardio important? Hell, is it even necessary?
Is diet and exercise secondary to the battle with our personal demons?
Is it possible that most of us are over-CARB-onating ourselves with the crappy food we eat?
Would we be healthier with NO grains in our diet whatsoever?
Could we lose fat by eating more fat?
In an honest and at times humorous portrayal of his own personal journey, Dwyer takes us on a coming-of-age tale about weight loss and it's intersection with truth. What he discovers leads to an evolution of 12 EPIC shifts that resulted in an incredible body, mind, and soul transformation.