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Jasmine Bee

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Very inspiring

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Reviewed: 19-08-16

I'm terrible st writing reviews, but I found this audiobook so good. I listened to it on holiday and I'm sure I dropped some weight just by knowing that starving or restricting what I eat plays a huge role in my weight. There's a bit in the book about an experiment on some army men, this was so profound for me I listened to the section over and over. I haven't started the steps yet but just having listened to the book I'm feeling more positive about my recovery. Thanks to Rich and Ali Kerr.

So much digestible information

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Reviewed: 01-06-16

This has been one of the best books I've ever read! (Or listened to) Top 5 at least. I'm so so impressed by this young scientist and her enthusiasm about the gut. There is so much information and put in such ways that anyone can understand. I only found the bookmark option halfway through and I've bookmarked so many sections do I can go back and re-read/Listen. I think I might even have to buy a hard copy for my shelf too. I will definitely be dipping into this book again and again. There have been so many interesting facts that I've had to text all my friends about, for example '1g of faeces contains more bacteria than there are humans on earth'! There are loads if these sorts of gems dotted throughout the book. I'm not even at the end yet and thought I have to write a review... So I'll get back to it now.

So good

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Reviewed: 22-05-16

This was a really good read (listen) I loved that the author himself was narrating as you can tell he's so passionate about it. He's got a lively clear voice too. It's gives you a lot of info about alcohol and society which is something I've been quite switched on to recently and have been observing how entrenched it is as acceptable and how people who don't drink are the odd ones out, this is ridiculous and here he gives you other options and by the end of the book I'm like yeh!! He's so right! When j read it I was already 50 days uni alcohol free so I'm doing ok, but was good to get a little boost for wanting to continue. Also that this a personal journey For each person. I downloaded the audio on Saturday night and I'd finished it by Sunday lunch time. I was transfixed. Thanks!

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