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The Insulin Resistance Diet Plan & Cookbook: Lose Weight, Manage PCOS, and Prevent Prediabetes

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Nutritionist Tara Spencer knows firsthand the struggle of coping with insulin resistance and PCOS. Now she combines her experience and expertise to help you overcome the physical and emotional effects of your condition with a holistic 4-week meal plan and cookbook. Millions of people are diagnosed with insulin resistance—yet too often feel alone. If you’re looking for a Nutritionist Tara Spencer knows firsthand the struggle of coping with insulin resistance and PCOS. Now she combines her experience and expertise to help you overcome the physical and emotional effects of your condition with a holistic 4-week meal plan and cookbook. Millions of people are diagnosed with insulin resistance—yet too often feel alone. If you’re looking for a natural approach, Tara’s practical insulin resistance diet and meal plan and compassionate, up-to-date advice will guide you toward reversing your insulin resistance—naturally. Lose weight, take control of your PCOS, rebuild your confidence, and embrace a healthier way of living, with: 100 easy-to-prepare recipes using clean, wholesome ingredients A sensible and affordable 4-week meal plan Self-compassion techniques for coping with stress Bodyweight exercises to boost your metabolism With The Insulin Resistance Diet Plan & Cookbook, you’ll take the first crucial step in reclaiming your health for the rest of your life.


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Nutritionist Tara Spencer knows firsthand the struggle of coping with insulin resistance and PCOS. Now she combines her experience and expertise to help you overcome the physical and emotional effects of your condition with a holistic 4-week meal plan and cookbook. Millions of people are diagnosed with insulin resistance—yet too often feel alone. If you’re looking for a Nutritionist Tara Spencer knows firsthand the struggle of coping with insulin resistance and PCOS. Now she combines her experience and expertise to help you overcome the physical and emotional effects of your condition with a holistic 4-week meal plan and cookbook. Millions of people are diagnosed with insulin resistance—yet too often feel alone. If you’re looking for a natural approach, Tara’s practical insulin resistance diet and meal plan and compassionate, up-to-date advice will guide you toward reversing your insulin resistance—naturally. Lose weight, take control of your PCOS, rebuild your confidence, and embrace a healthier way of living, with: 100 easy-to-prepare recipes using clean, wholesome ingredients A sensible and affordable 4-week meal plan Self-compassion techniques for coping with stress Bodyweight exercises to boost your metabolism With The Insulin Resistance Diet Plan & Cookbook, you’ll take the first crucial step in reclaiming your health for the rest of your life.

30 review for The Insulin Resistance Diet Plan & Cookbook: Lose Weight, Manage PCOS, and Prevent Prediabetes

  1. 5 out of 5

    Michelle

    This book has been so unbelievably helpful. All the women in my family have serious PCOS and insulin resistance. It's been so frustrating because as much as we've learned about it, we feel like we've only skimmed the surface and haven't found solutions besides birth control and metformin (sp?). Add that to all the conflicting information on why people get fat and stay fat (it's sugar and chemicals #dassit) and often I'm driven to giving up and just drinking soda because I thought juice was bette This book has been so unbelievably helpful. All the women in my family have serious PCOS and insulin resistance. It's been so frustrating because as much as we've learned about it, we feel like we've only skimmed the surface and haven't found solutions besides birth control and metformin (sp?). Add that to all the conflicting information on why people get fat and stay fat (it's sugar and chemicals #dassit) and often I'm driven to giving up and just drinking soda because I thought juice was better, but it's "not" so screw it! This book explains WHY and HOW different things impact your body. It made me feel enabled to make informed choices and less guilty about "unhealthy" things because it felt less like failing and more like learning. As far as the recipes go, I really like all the ones I've tried so far. I'm am a big seasoning person, and these recipes are actually tasty. I don't miss the dairy or wheat flour. The only flour substitute I'm struggling with is the almond flour because it's extremely mealy. If I could offer any criticism, it would be that many of the recipes lean on almond flour, clearly the authors have a preference. I am highly skeptical of diet industry and anything that tells people (especially women) that their lifestyle. I did not enact the 4 week meal plan. Rather, I've been slowly adjusting myself and my sugar usage. Some of these recipes, especially the breakfast recipes, are extremely low calorie. Some of my larger babes literally need more calories than our thinner counterparts, so if they leave you super hungry have a second serving or tack on something else, like a piece of fruit or some meat, eggs, anything. It takes time to transition to a lower calorie, lower sugar, lower salt, lower gluten diet. If you read the info at the beginning and take your time adding these meals/use them to inspire your cooking, you will feel a difference.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Val

    Solid information I have some indicators of insulin resistance, though I haven't been diagnosed, and had diabetes while I was pregnant. I purchased this book for inspiration in avoiding type 2 diabetes, which I'm apparently predisposed to. The book was affordable, accurate (as far as I can tell) and the recipes look yummy. The best part is the four week menu complete with shopping lists. Can't wait to try the oatmeal pancakes! Solid information I have some indicators of insulin resistance, though I haven't been diagnosed, and had diabetes while I was pregnant. I purchased this book for inspiration in avoiding type 2 diabetes, which I'm apparently predisposed to. The book was affordable, accurate (as far as I can tell) and the recipes look yummy. The best part is the four week menu complete with shopping lists. Can't wait to try the oatmeal pancakes!

  3. 4 out of 5

    Andrea Christensen

    Loads of great info in here I would've given this book five stars except for two things. One, the 28 day eating plan is sparse. The author writes that we need to eat enough calories to lose weight, but the plan doesn't include even half the daily recommendation. You have to fill in your own side dishes and snacks. For people who don't read the first few chapters carefully, they're going to starve. Second, she clearly states that her recipes take only 15 minutes to prepare. I got excited until I r Loads of great info in here I would've given this book five stars except for two things. One, the 28 day eating plan is sparse. The author writes that we need to eat enough calories to lose weight, but the plan doesn't include even half the daily recommendation. You have to fill in your own side dishes and snacks. For people who don't read the first few chapters carefully, they're going to starve. Second, she clearly states that her recipes take only 15 minutes to prepare. I got excited until I read through the recipes. One has a 10 ingredient meatball and 12 ingredient sauce. There's just no way. The rest of the book is excellent though. She presents evidence for her statements and the eating plan is well balanced. I'm motivated to begin after reading it.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Kim Hill Markland

    This book was helpful to me in my quest to learn more about how to control my blood sugar issues. I was recently diagnosed as pre-diabetic and need to tweek my diet. I may be able to incorporate some of the recipes into my diet, but I doubt that I will follow the meal plans. They seem time consuming and some of the ingredient would be hard for me to find. All in all I am happy I read this book, but it will probably not be my go-to reference.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Heather Johnson

    I'm on a diet that's not Keyo and not low-glycemic... But is higher protein, lower sugar and cut out the "junk". The recipes in this cookbook are tasty! And they are typically easy (bonus for me as I'm not a natural cook.) I'm on a diet that's not Keyo and not low-glycemic... But is higher protein, lower sugar and cut out the "junk". The recipes in this cookbook are tasty! And they are typically easy (bonus for me as I'm not a natural cook.)

  6. 4 out of 5

    Monica Ward

    Healthy but really good food I tried a recipe from each category and enjoyed them all. The cookbook is very well written. Easy to make the recipes

  7. 5 out of 5

    Linda

    Fun recipes, just check against the shopping list, some ingredients required do not show on the grocery list for the week.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Stephanie Cyr

    I was not expecting to like this book so much. I have made notes on a number of recipes to try.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Ximena

    Recipr book This book has good recipes, but overall is not an insuline resistance plan. If you want a recipe book it’s ok

  10. 4 out of 5

    Kandy Kappler

    Interesting read Good information on insulin resistance. Recipes are interesting and actually have leftovers for other meals which are not usually included in other meal plans.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Maddie

    A wide variety of recipes that fit this bill. Nice to have around if this is a diet you’re interested in

  12. 4 out of 5

    Megan

    Really nice, informative book that was totally non-judgy and easy to read. I feel better about my situation now and I feel like I can make improvements. It IS possible!

  13. 4 out of 5

    Beth Barnes

    It wasn't for me. It wasn't for me.

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    Judy Crudele

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  16. 5 out of 5

    carol callahan

  17. 4 out of 5

    V-Ronnica

  18. 4 out of 5

    Jennifer

  19. 5 out of 5

    Connie Caraway

  20. 4 out of 5

    Asheda Mckoy

  21. 5 out of 5

    Rebecca

  22. 4 out of 5

    Mary kay mcpherson

  23. 4 out of 5

    Isabelle

  24. 5 out of 5

    Mallerie

  25. 4 out of 5

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  26. 5 out of 5

    Kewpie

  27. 4 out of 5

    Joan

  28. 4 out of 5

    Marilee

    Decent cookbook. I prefer Tara Spencer's book "PCOS Diet for the Newly Diagnosed" for the information, and it also has more common recipes with easily attainable ingredients than this one. However, I bookmarked many recipes in this book and look forward to trying them! Decent cookbook. I prefer Tara Spencer's book "PCOS Diet for the Newly Diagnosed" for the information, and it also has more common recipes with easily attainable ingredients than this one. However, I bookmarked many recipes in this book and look forward to trying them!

  29. 4 out of 5

    Shannon

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    Hannah

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