Season 1

Episode 142: Beth Wray

In this episode of Intermittent Fasting Stories, Gin talks to Beth Wray of Sammamish, WA.

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Beth is a moderator in the Delay, Don’t Deny Facebook group, and is currently attending school to become a health coach.

Beth struggled with her weight after having her now-grown children. She yo-yo dieted for many years, counting calories, trying various diets, and maintaining a vigorous exercise routine. She would lose weight easily, but could never maintain the loss.

By July of 2019, Beth was about to give up. Discouraged, she heard about intermittent fasting from a friend. At first, Beth thought it sounded crazy, but she decided to give it a shot. She eased her way into IF, and never had a set window. Varying her fasts has made IF feel like a flexible lifestyle. Beth has lost 35 pounds, and easily maintains within a comfortable weight range.  Her relationship with food has completely changed. She no longer obsessed with food, and it no longer controls her.

Beth’s advice for new IFers: “While you want to be consistent overall, it’s okay to switch things up. You don’t have to have the same schedule every day, because this is a lifestyle.”

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