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Feast Without Fear: Food and the Delay, Don't Deny Lifestyle Paperback – September 30, 2017
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About the Author
Gin Stephens lives in Augusta, Georgia, where she has been following an intermittent fasting lifestyle since 2014. Gin manages two intermittent fasting Facebook groups, with a growing intermittent fasting community from around the world. Visit www.ginstephens.com to read her blog posts and see some inspiring intermittent fasting success stories. Gin is co-host of The Intermittent Fasting Podcast with fellow author and intermittent faster, Melanie Avalon. Visit www.ifpodcast.com to learn more about the podcast, subscribe to updates, and submit questions. Gin earned a Doctor of Education degree in Gifted and Talented Education in 2009, a Master's degree in Natural Sciences in 1997, and a Bachelor's degree in Elementary Education in 1990. She has been teaching elementary school for 27 years, and has worked with adult learners in a number of settings over the years.
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Enter, Gin Stephens. Although, the author reiterates throughout her books and podcasts, “I am not a medical doctor,” allow me to quote her very impressive credentials : "Gin earned a Doctor of Education degree in Gifted and Talented Education in 2009, a Master's degree in Natural Sciences in 1997, and a Bachelor's degree in Elementary Education in 1990. She has been teaching elementary school for 27 years, and has worked with adult learners in a number of settings over the years." Thusly, Gin is able to take the scientific research and her own life experiences with IF and distill them down to a understandable learning experience for the masses. It is my opinion that this ability to do so will be the impetus, the prime mover, in steering this country, once and for all, in a direction that promotes healthy permanent weight loss, and emphasizes not only, the end of dieting, but solid nutrition, reduction of disease and long, healthy lives. It has to be done. The American health care system is rapidly moving to a paradigm of “prevention” instead of “treatment” and physicians that accept health insurance, especially Medicare, are being held accountable; reimbursements will soon be tied to sustained patient health. Treating disease is expensive! The most significant way to reduce health care expenses is to get healthy; learn how to reach an appropriate BMI with IF, and as Gin emphasizes, eat right according to your own individual genetic requirements, while keeping abreast of the new research on gut microbiome and how it affects your own individual physiology. This book, in conjunction with Gin’s primer Delay, Don’t Deny will be leaders in educating people around the world to finally get a grip on understanding how to get healthy, not only for us, but the upcoming generations. We must set an example for our families and communities and thanks to Gin Stephens we will understand how.