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Are you ready to be inspired? Tune in each week to hear real-world stories from successful intermittent fasters, including their best tips to help you find success. Intermittent Fasting Stories is hosted by Gin Stephens, author of Delay, Don't Deny: Living an Intermittent Fasting Lifestyle and Feast Without Fear: Food and the Delay, Don't Deny Lifestyle.
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In this episode of Intermittent Fasting Stories, Gin talks to John McDonnell, who lives in Austin, TX. John is a comedian and actor who is loving the freedom IF brings him.Gin's new book is almost here! Fast. Feast. Repeat. The Comprehensive Guide to Delay, Don't Deny Intermittent Fasting: Available June 16, 2020! Preorder now through your favorite bookstore by following this link: http://www.ginstephens.com/get-the-books.htmlThis episode is sponsored by Grass Roots Farmers' Cooperative: Are you looking for a better way to source your meat? Delicious, nutrient-rich meat from a source you can trust! Go to grassrootscoop.com/IFSTORIES to save $40 plus get free shipping.John grew up as a "very, very skinny little boy" until the age of nine. He remembers sneaking food whenever he could, and over time, he became overweight. In an attempt to help him, his family talked to doctors, and this was when the dieting began. He started calorie counting, tried various diet plans, and was fed diet food. Many years later, John was morbidly obese.He found IF in December of 2019, and started with 20:4. John has lost 45 pounds so far. IF has greatly improved John's mood, and he no longer needs medication for depression. He is also no longer on medication for his autoimmune diseases. The advice John would give to new IFers: Clean fast. Love yourself. Trust the process and enjoy the journey. Love yourself for who you are, where you are, and where you're going to be. IF works for everyone, and it works differently for everyone. Share your intermittent fasting stories with Gin:gin@intermittentfastingstories.comFollow Gin on Twitter@gin_stephensConnect with Gin on Facebook:https://www.facebook.com/Gin-Stephens-370557866639779Read Gin’s book Delay, Don’t DenyListen to Gin on the Intermittent Fasting Stories podcast:Intermittent Fasting Stories on iTunes
In this episode of Intermittent Fasting Stories, Gin talks to Bronwyn Kerr from New Zealand.Gin's new book is almost here! Fast. Feast. Repeat. The Comprehensive Guide to Delay, Don't Deny Intermittent Fasting: Available June 16, 2020! Preorder now through your favorite bookstore by following this link: http://www.ginstephens.com/get-the-books.htmlThis episode is sponsored by Ritual: Ritual's Essentials have the nutrients most of us don't get from food. From D3 to Omega 3, Ritual's Essentials for Women helps fill the gaps in a woman's diet. Visit ritual.com/IFSTORIES and use code IFSTORIES to get 10% off during your first 3 months. Bronwyn makes decorative horse gear. She shares that her mother put her on Weight Watchers when she was 11 years old. She says she had "hunted for the answers to her weight for her entire life." She was bullied at boarding school, and to avoid it, Bronwyn would only eat lunch. She lost weight this way, and didn't realize that she was intermittent fasting at the time. She maintained her weight loss through high school. Once she went to college, Bronwyn would do Weight Watchers every spring to maintain her weight to get into her riding jacket. But then she'd put the weight right back on during the winter. In April of 2019, Bronwyn found IF through a group on Facebook. Her first week of IF she lost and gained the same amount of weight, and decided then that it would not work for her. A month later, she tried IF again. She heard about Delay, Don't Deny and the Intermittent Fasting Podcast through the Facebook group. To date, Bronwyn has lost 26 pounds thanks to IF. The health benefits she has experienced have been mental clarity, improved memory, and she is no longer tired during the day. She also realizes now that she used to eat to fill the emptiness. "Fullness brought comfort," she remarks. Bronwyn has shared IF on her own personal Facebook page, and has given out three copies of Delay, Don't Deny to friends. She estimates that between 30-50 people are now IFing because of her! The advice she'd give new IFers: "It's normal to gain at first. Make sure you clean fast. Take photos and measurements. Knowledge is power. Weight loss is about insulin, not blood sugar."Share your intermittent fasting stories with Gin:gin@intermittentfastingstories.comFollow Gin on Twitter@gin_stephensConnect with Gin on Facebook:https://www.facebook.com/Gin-Stephens-370557866639779Read Gin’s book Delay, Don’t DenyListen to Gin on the Intermittent Fasting Stories podcast:Intermittent Fasting Stories on iTunes   
In this episode of Intermittent Fasting Stories, Gin talks to Betsy Butler from Effingham, IL.Fast. Feast. Repeat. The Comprehensive Guide to Delay, Don't Deny Intermittent Fasting: Available June 16, 2020! Preorder now through your favorite bookstore by following this link: http://www.ginstephens.com/get-the-books.html This episode is sponsored by Grass Roots Farmers' Cooperative: Are you looking for a better way to source your meat? Delicious, nutrient-rich meat from a source you can trust! Go to grassrootscoop.com/IFSTORIES to save $40 plus get free shipping. Betsy is a hairdresser who owns her own beauty salon. She was overweight from childhood, beginning around first and second grade. By the time she was 23 years-old, she was at her highest weight of 290 pounds. At that point, terrified of getting to 300 pounds, Betsy tried every diet under the sun, and she admits that "it consumed every minute of my life." She became food obsessed, tracking and counting macros and calories all day long. She managed to lose 100 pounds, but felt miserable. Then once she relaxed with her workouts, she gained back 50 pounds.At the end of 2018, Betsy came across a Facebook post of someone who shared Before & After pictures with Intermittent Fasting. She found The Obesity Code, and tried low carb. She also listened to Intermittent Fasting Stories and learned of the incredible success people had with IF. Betsy began IF in January of 2019, and found that shorter windows worked best for her, as they created more structure with her eating. She has lost around 130 pounds from her highest weight, and feels so much better. The health benefits Betsy has experienced are numerous. She has fewer aches and pains. She has not experienced any carpal tunnel or plantar fasciitis flare-ups. The major inflammation she had before IF is now gone!The advice Betsy would give new IFers: "Practice" fasting. It is practice, not perfection. Fast clean. Be patient, and give yourself time. Everyday is a new day. Once you get used to it, fasting is easy.  Share your intermittent fasting stories with Gin:gin@intermittentfastingstories.comFollow Gin on Twitter@gin_stephensConnect with Gin on Facebook:https://www.facebook.com/Gin-Stephens-370557866639779Read Gin’s book Delay, Don’t DenyListen to Gin on the Intermittent Fasting Stories podcast:Intermittent Fasting Stories on iTunes   
In this episode of Intermittent Fasting Stories, Gin talks to Emiko from Shoreline, WA.This episode is supported by Dry Farm Wines: Gin has finally solved her wine dilemma by switching to Dry Farm Wines for good! If you are looking for organic/biodynamic wines that are lab tested to ensure they are sugar free, lower in sulfites, and contain lower alcohol, go to dryfarmwines.com/ifstories to start your own subscription to Dry Farm Wines, and get an extra bottle for just one penny in your first shipment!Emiko is a stay-at-home mom of two kids. In early 2017, Emiko learned about IF from a friend on Facebook who posted the book Delay, Don't Deny. Emiko looked into IF and the IF groups, but because of the clean fast expectation, didn't begin IF at that time. She was doing strict Keto at the time, and cream in coffee was acceptable within the Keto community.With Keto, she got down to 130lbs, and was happy with this weight! But then after 'relaxing' with carbs, she regained some of what she had lost. In the Summer of 2018, Emiko was re-introduced to IF by two friends. In July of 2018, she began to fast clean, continuing with low carb. But this time, Emiko was ready to give up the cream in her coffee!Emiko has lost around 20 pounds since beginning IF and built lean muscle by working out. She loves the way her workouts make her feel, and does it for both the physical and emotional benefits. She no longer has guilt and shame about food. Emiko feels that IF was a "catalyst into a pathway of true self-care." She realized that before IF, she valued an excess of food and "stuff" in her life. Now, she focuses on balancing choices with her time, money and food.The advice Emiko would give to new IFers: Value each meal. Dismiss the idea of 'bad' foods. Food is not good or bad. Food is not clean or dirty. Nothing about IF should feel like a punishment. Recognize your body's signals. Find a place in a community. Throw away the idea of a goal weight. Look at it as goal health...your goal life! Your body is a temple, not an idol.Share your intermittent fasting stories with Gin:gin@intermittentfastingstories.comFollow Gin on Twitter@gin_stephensConnect with Gin on Facebook:https://www.facebook.com/Gin-Stephens-370557866639779Read Gin’s book Delay, Don’t DenyListen to Gin on the Intermittent Fasting Stories podcast:Intermittent Fasting Stories on iTunes
Episode 88: Marie Todd

Episode 88: Marie Todd

2020-05-1956:08

In this episode of Intermittent Fasting Stories, Gin talks to Marie Todd from Birmingham, AL.This episode is sponsored by Phylabiotics: Phyla is an acne care line that uses the power of probiotics to recalibrate your skin's microbiome, thus giving you healthier and clearer skin. Learn more about Phyla by visiting phylabiotics.com/IFStories. You'll get $15 off an order of $50 or more with the promo code IFSTORIES.This episode is also sponsored by Feals: Feals premium CBD oil works naturally to help you feel better with no high, hangover, or addiction. CBD has been shown to reduce anxiety, pain, and sleeplessness, among other things. Go to feals.com/IFStories and you'll get 50% off your first order with free shipping. Marie is a Digital Banking Process Manager and a Moderator for the Delay, Don't Deny Facebook groups.Marie has a long journey of dieting, beginning at age twelve. One of her cousins said to her that she should go on a diet to "keep from getting fat like her mom." This single comment changed Marie's life...she began to restrict food and calories, and four years later found herself almost obese. Dieting destroyed her.At the end of 2017, Marie's daughter-in-law shared Delay, Don't Deny, with her, and Marie instantly connected with Gin's story. At the beginning of 2018, Marie began IF with a 20:4 approach. She decided that she would never restrict anything in order to heal her relationship with food. Her mind needed to be healed, even before the weight loss. She has lost 42 pounds very slowly, but Marie is completely at peace with this! She said from the beginning that her body would do what it needed to do, and she will never define herself by a specific size. For the first time in her life, Marie is enjoying her life and has peace with food.She has some incredible NSVs (non-scale victories) because of the power of IF: her skin tags are gone, she no longer takes meds for allergies, GERD is better, and she no longer has recurring fever blisters. She used to have Plantar Fasciitis, but has not experienced another occurrence!The advice that Marie would give to new IFers: Breathe. Embrace that IF is a lifestyle. Own your own journey. Define what success means to YOU.Marie will never go on another diet, and she knows that her body will find a healthy weight. Her mind and emotions have healed. She truly has peace of mind, and will IF for the rest of her life.Share your intermittent fasting stories with Gin:gin@intermittentfastingstories.comFollow Gin on Twitter@gin_stephensConnect with Gin on Facebook:https://www.facebook.com/Gin-Stephens-370557866639779Read Gin’s book Delay, Don’t DenyListen to Gin on the Intermittent Fasting Stories podcast:Intermittent Fasting Stories on iTunes
Episode 87: Catherine

Episode 87: Catherine

2020-05-1452:301

In this episode of Intermittent Fasting Stories, Gin talks to Catherine from Houston, TX.This episode is supported by Dry Farm Wines: Gin has finally solved her wine dilemma by switching to Dry Farm Wines for good! If you are looking for organic/biodynamic wines that are lab tested to ensure they are sugar free, lower in sulfites, and contain lower alcohol, go to dryfarmwines.com/ifstories to start your own subscription to Dry Farm Wines, and get an extra bottle for just one penny in your first shipment!Catherine is a stay-at-home-mom, and has an in-home bakery business. She heard about IF from her best friend long before she began fasting herself. Catherine told herself at that time that "IF was not for her," and she could "never go that long without eating." The turning point in her life was in January of 2019 when she saw a picture of herself that she did not recognize. She immediately ordered Delay, Don't Deny and began IF that month. She started at 18:6, and has not gone a day without fasting since! Catherine has lost around 60 pounds and is focusing on feeling great instead of a pants size. She and her best friend started an IF support group of their friends in Texas, and it has been a wonderful way to cheer one another on! The health benefits she has experienced happened quickly: her eczema cleared up, along with her skin smoothing out. She looks ten years younger! Within six months of IF, she was off of her anti-anxiety meds. Catherine's husband also joined her in IF, and found that it helped with his ADHD. The advice Catherine would give to new IFers: "Find what works for you, which can change. Don't overthink IF, because it then becomes a "diet". Focus on your health, not just a pants size or scale weight." Catherine has a better relationship with food. And after countless years of avoiding mirrors, she confidently sees a new and healthy woman looking back at her!Share your intermittent fasting stories with Gin:gin@intermittentfastingstories.comFollow Gin on Twitter@gin_stephensConnect with Gin on Facebook:https://www.facebook.com/Gin-Stephens-370557866639779Read Gin’s book Delay, Don’t DenyListen to Gin on the Intermittent Fasting Stories podcast:Intermittent Fasting Stories on iTunes   
In this episode of Intermittent Fasting Stories, Gin talks to Paul Brodie. Paul is a best selling author and a publisher who runs Brodie Consulting. He helps people share their stories with the world, and in this episode, he shares how intermittent fasting has changed his life and improved his health.At Paul's highest weight of 340 pounds, his doctor told with him that he was prediabetic, had high blood pressure, high blood sugar, thyroid issues, and "would be dead in five years" if he did not lose weight. Paul focused on counting calories, and that worked for awhile. He lost 60 pounds and kept it off. But then he plateaued, and could not lose any more weight.In July of 2019, another doctor suggested IF, and he started right away. Paul keeps a daily 17:7 routine, and has lost 20 pounds. He shared IF on his personal Facebook page, and someone commented about Gin's book, Delay, Don't Deny and her DDD Facebook group. Paul's goal is to eventually get off his thyroid meds, as he loves the way IF heals the body!The advice he'd give to people who'd like to write their IF story: "Just get started. Think of 10 different talking points to cover in your book. Try to find a way to record yourself, and start talking. Consider 10 minutes of audio for each chapter. That will be the foundation of your book."The advice he'd give to new IFers: "Trust the process. You have to get used to water and black coffee. IF takes time!"Paul feels like a completely different person, and is totally committed to IF for the rest of his life. Share your intermittent fasting stories with Gin:gin@intermittentfastingstories.com Connect with Paul Brodie: https://www.brodieedu.com Follow Gin on Twitter@gin_stephensConnect with Gin on Facebook:https://www.facebook.com/Gin-Stephens-370557866639779Read Gin’s book Delay, Don’t DenyListen to Gin on the Intermittent Fasting Stories podcast:Intermittent Fasting Stories on iTunes   
In this episode of Intermittent Fasting Stories, Gin talks to Sara Walton Steele, who lives in South Padre Island, TX. Sara and her husband are both in their sixties, and live an intermittent fasting lifestyle together.This episode is supported by Dry Farm Wines: Gin has finally solved her wine dilemma by switching to Dry Farm Wines for good! If you are looking for organic/biodynamic wines that are lab tested to ensure they are sugar free, lower in sulfites, and contain lower alcohol, go to dryfarmwines.com/ifstories to start your own subscription to Dry Farm Wines, and get an extra bottle for just one penny in your first shipment!Sara is a retired school principal's secretary. She also homeschool's her granddaughter. Prior to IF, Sara tried countless diets over the years.In Summer of 2018, she tried a "juice fast", drinking only juice for breakfast and lunch, and then skipping dinner. Sara managed to 10 pounds by doing this. And then, in October of 2018, she happened to see a segment on Dr. Oz about OMAD, (one meal a day). She decided this was something she could do, and posted on Facebook that was going to give OMAD a try. In December of 2018, a friend shared Delay, Don't Deny with her, and Sara joined the DDD Facebook group. In December of 2018, she officially began IF.A year later, she has lost around 55 pounds, going from a size 3X pants to a size medium. She has also noticed a great deal of body recomposition. Instead of a goal weight, she has a goal size of 8, sharing that eventually she will put the scale away. Sara followed the LIFE app for a long time, tracking her fasts, but found she no longer needs the it. Instead, she simply listens to her body.Sara's husband joined her in IF about a year after she did. Sam had Type 2 Diabetes and some heart issues. Sara presented IF to his doctor...his doctor was open to IF. Sam has lost 60 pounds, and is off insulin, as his A1C has gone from 8 to 6 in only 3 months! His Type 2 Diabetes is being healed with IF.Sara's advice she'd give to new IFers: "Take before and after pictures and inches. Take a picture of your face, which can be the biggest change! Share without fear. Follow the Facebook groups, and follow Gin."Share your intermittent fasting stories with Gin:gin@intermittentfastingstories.comFollow Gin on Twitter@gin_stephensConnect with Gin on Facebook:https://www.facebook.com/Gin-Stephens-370557866639779Read Gin’s book Delay, Don’t DenyListen to Gin on the Intermittent Fasting Stories podcast:Intermittent Fasting Stories on iTunes    
Episode 84: Natalie

Episode 84: Natalie

2020-05-0554:141

In this episode of Intermittent Fasting Stories, Gin talks to Natalie, a young mother who lives in Germany with her husband.This episode is brought to you by Organifi: visit organifi.com/ifstories for 15% off any product. Gin's favorite? Organifi Gold! Natalie shares that she was always overweight, and always the "bigger girl." In high school, she started her first diet by counting calories and working out. She also took diet pills and detoxes, and nothing really worked...yet she continued to look for something to help her lose weight.In 2014, she became a Health & Wellness Coach. She thought this would keep her motivated, but instead, it became emotionally and physically draining. In 2015, she and her husband tried to start a family, and after a year, they saw a fertility doctor. She experienced deep depression as a result of this, and ate out of emotion. Finally in September, 2016, she got pregnant. Breastfeeding actually made her gain weight, which brought back depression. In 2018, she had a miscarriage, and this brought back her depression yet again. Once Natalie hit her highest weight of 195 lbs, she decided to get serious about her health.In June 2018, Natalie came upon Delay, Don't Deny on Facebook from a comment someone had posted, recommending that others read the book. After quickly reading it, Natalie began IF on June 28th. She has done 18-20 hour fasts ever since. Weight "fell off". She has worked hard on changing her diet mindset, as IF has helped her to "heal mentally and emotionally."The health benefits that Natalie has experienced have been incredible energy (she no longer needs an afternoon nap) and she has barely even had a cold since beginning IF!The advice she'd give new IFers: "Research IF so that you know why you do what you do. Understand the science behind it. Listen to Podcasts for support and encouragement."Share your intermittent fasting stories with Gin:gin@intermittentfastingstories.comFollow Gin on Twitter@gin_stephensConnect with Gin on Facebook:https://www.facebook.com/Gin-Stephens-370557866639779Read Gin’s book Delay, Don’t DenyListen to Gin on the Intermittent Fasting Stories podcast:Intermittent Fasting Stories on iTunes 
Episode 83: McKenna

Episode 83: McKenna

2020-04-3056:49

In this episode of Intermittent Fasting Stories, Gin talks to McKenna, who is a college student at Kennesaw State University. McKenna explains how intermittent fasting has helped her find freedom from dieting and food restrictions.This episode is sponsored by Grass Roots Farmers' Cooperative:  Are you looking for the highest quality meat? Look no further than Grass Roots Farmers’ Cooperative!  Healthy animals raised outdoors with sunlight, fresh air, and clean grass. No hormones, antibiotics, or GMOs needed. Go to grassrootscoop.com/IFSTORIES  to get $40 off your first order and free shipping with code IFStories!McKenna grew up dancing competitively. In her freshman year of high school, she begged her mom to try her first diet. Looking back, McKenna really didn't need to lose weight, but with being a dancer, she was very body conscious. She didn't lose much weight.In order to prepare for her audition to the dance program, she did a strict 'eat-every-two-hours' diet, getting to her lowest weight. But during a trip to Mexico for Spring Break 2017, McKenna broke her foot. This took her out of dance altogether until the end of the year. She got a full-time job, which had her sitting all day long, and gained around 50-60 lbs. She tried Keto, low carb, etc., but nothing worked to lose weight. Then, in October of 2018, her mom sent her a YouTube video about IF. She also discovered this podcast. They both started 16:8, and haven't looked back! So far, McKenna has lost 33 lbs, and she feels so very free.Some of the health benefits she's experienced: her skin has smoothed out, her acne is better, she no longer needs her glasses, her foot has stopped hurting, and some of her scars are gone! She also enjoys "brain clarity" and "mental focus."The advice McKenna would give to new IFers: "Be patient, your body is going to get to where you're most happy. Clean fast, take it day by day. Some days are hard, so remind yourself why you're doing this, and how good you feel. You'll be thankful for why you stuck with it!"Share your intermittent fasting stories with Gin:gin@intermittentfastingstories.comFollow Gin on Twitter@gin_stephensConnect with Gin on Facebook:https://www.facebook.com/Gin-Stephens-370557866639779Read Gin’s book Delay, Don’t Deny
In this episode of Intermittent Fasting Stories, Gin talks to Paige Davidson from Lexington, KY. Paige explains how intermittent fasting has helped her lose the "diet brain" that plagued her for her whole life.
Episode 81: John Brown

Episode 81: John Brown

2020-04-2253:32

In this episode of Intermittent Fasting Stories, Gin talks to John Brown, a high school teacher from Columbus, OH.
In this episode of Intermittent Fasting Stories, Gin talks to Jennifer Banek. Jennifer is a certified registered nurse anesthetist who is also a member of the Army Reserves.
Episode 79: Star McEuen

Episode 79: Star McEuen

2020-04-1501:01:40

In this episode of Intermittent Fasting Stories, Gin talks to Star McEuen. Star is from Pima, AZ, and she has lost 63 pounds in just over 5 months of living an intermittent fasting lifestyle.
In this episode of Intermittent Fasting Stories, Gin talks to Gabrielle Bryan from Bethlehem, PA. Gabrielle is a retired Army clinician.
In this episode of Intermittent Fasting Stories, Gin talks to Tiffany Henschel. Tiffany is a high school English teacher from Dallas, TX.
Episode 76: Amy

Episode 76: Amy

2020-04-0601:00:12

In this episode of Intermittent Fasting Stories, Gin talks to Amy from Tampa, Florida. Amy is a reading specialist who has been living an intermittent fasting lifestyle for about 2 years.
In this episode of Intermittent Fasting Stories, Gin talks to Michele Singletary. Michele is a nurse who lives in Evans, GA.
In this episode of Intermittent Fasting Stories, Gin talks to Carrie Graves. Carrie is a Nurse Practitioner from Franklin, IN.
Episode 73: Joan Bish

Episode 73: Joan Bish

2020-03-1857:58

In this episode of Intermittent Fasting Stories, Gin talks to Joan Bish of Phoenix Arizona. Joan has Ehlers-Danlos syndrome, and explains how this has affected her life since childhood.
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Wendy

Beautiful podcast

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Michelle Holcomb

loving this podcast!

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P.J. Watkins

great episode

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Eileen Check

I just listened to this episode and I want to thank Gin and Dana, as a 50ish, menopausal woman in recovery I found this very helpful! Off to Kindle to look for Dana's books. 🙂

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Amy Mabe

totally loved this!! the hour flew by.

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Carrie Rose

I really loved this episode! Thank you for sharing your unique perspective, Rachel!

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Dara Waldron

Such an inspirational story.

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Maria Goette

❤️I love everything about this podcast

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Elaine Jacobson

Eddie was a great guest. I loved his common sense wisdom and related to so much he shared. I I definitely agree about the paradigm shift.

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Marilyn

No-nonsense podcast. I will listen to this again and again. Both ladies shows you both are intellectual, genuine, kind, humble person thru the conversation. Thank you for sharing your experiences in intermittent fasting. Very inspiring.

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Jenifer Harding

I love you ladies so much! I've read all the books, including Kim's & am obsessed with this lifestyle. THANK YOU!

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Becky McCutcheon

Love this podcast! Great support and motivation! Gin keeping it real and I love it!

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Carol Vonrekowski

loving this new channel so much! in down 45 pounds in two and a half months! IF has definitely changed my life forever!!

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Patricia Lauzon

Love this podcast!

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April Crowder

where is Episode 2?

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Rosanna Bules

Can't wait for episode 1 on Thursday 11/1!

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