Eat, Live, Thrive Diet, A Lifestyle Plan to Rev Up Your Midlife Metabolism

My Review

Here I am again reading another diet book.  I probably have read or opened most every one of them.  This one is finally different.  A book written by two qualified women for midlife women bodies.  Let’s see how this one compares.

I was impressed with the writing style in the book.  In parts it was scientific as it explained metabolism and different foods, but it did it in easy to understand terms.  The concept is timely and needed.  Every woman wants to look and feel better.  I know I do.  The authors are transparent with their own struggles and trials.  They understand what obstacles might pop up and are ready to help readers navigate them.   Once I started reading this informative book, I read it cover to cover.  I was like a sponge wanting to soak up as much information as possible.


This health book has Christian-based concepts and scripture.  It begins with an introduction and is divided into five parts and a total of fifteen chapters. The diet preparation, plan, foods, life changes, and recipes are broken down by sections in paragraphs with sidebars, highlights, charts, and marks. Concluding the book I s a note from the authors, resources, acknowledgments, notes, index, and recipe/ingredient indexes.  It is a well research, well planned, and well organized book.

My favorite thing was the Christian aspect.  It was there to help but was not preachy.  Our mind, body, and soul all need to be healthy to work properly.  The authors address this and acknowledge the importance of changing habits lmentally and emotionally, also.

This book taught me many things.  I found the plan to be similar to a Keto diet I have tried but yet there are differences.  The plan basically emphasises nourishment with “real” food. Processed foods are discouraged. While vegetables can be unlimited, fruits and grains are not. Refined foods are to be avoided and carbohydrates controlled.

As with every plan, there were some things I did not quite think would be for me.  The extras that they use are not things I want to buy.  The plan itself, yes.  That I am trying successfully.

I really liked this book.  It would benefit any woman.  Younger women would learn healthy lifestyle choices early.  Older women could implement this plan and get healthier.  I highly recommend it and give it a 4 out of 5 stars.  An advanced reader copy (ARC) copy was provided by the publisher, but I was under no obligation to write a review.  This is my own opinion.


About the Book


Authors:  Danna Demeter and Robyn Thomson

272 pages, paperback

WaterBrook (March 26, 2019)

From the well-known health and lifestyle coaches of the widely popular website Lean Healthy Ageless (formerly Ageless Woman Living) comes a practical, science-based diet book that unravels the mystery of why women gain weight as they age and includes a sustainable plan to permanently lose the pounds and inches.

Eat, Live, Thrive Diet shows women how they can not only lose excess body fat permanently but also improve their overall health in critical areas such as brain function, resistance to disease, slowing down external aging, and increasing energy. This highly effective eating plan is presented in a compassionate voice by two experienced health coaches who share personal experiences of battling weight and emotional eating issues. Whereas most diets are short-lived or require substantial upkeep to maintain, Eat, Live, Thrive Diet is a viable eating plan that women can adhere to indefinitely. In addition to minimizing sugar intake, the plan emphasizes the importance of short-term intermittent fasting–a simple lifestyle change that makes it easier and more effective for many mature women to reach their health and weight loss goals. The book also highlights health risks and drawbacks of many popular fad diets that can be harmful on a long-term basis.

About the Authors

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