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'A personal, fun and positive book encouraging dietary diversity and NOT calorie counting' Professor Tim Spector, author of The Diet Myth and Spoon-Fed
'Empowering' Hello! magazine
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'If I could give you one bit of advice right now, it would be to take all the energy you're putting into fad diets and put it into becoming the most genuinely healthy version of you. If you've got a plan, you're already halfway there. And now you've got this book, you've got one.'
Davinia Taylor was overweight, depressed and unmotivated. She couldn't walk around the block, let alone go for a run or do an exercise class, and she struggled to keep up with her four young sons. In desperation she turned to biohacking to sort her head out - the unexpected bonus was that she lost nearly three stone and has kept it off for years through a series of health tricks from cold showers, to MCT oil, to ancestral eating.
She spent tens of thousands of pounds on specialists and Harley Street doctors, trying the most cutting-edge therapies available, only to discover that the true secrets of feeling amazing are very easy and affordable. Start with eating for your mental health, and weight loss is an effortless side effect.
Divided into four sections: Mood, Food, Movement and Rest, the book takes a holistic approach to weight loss, reminding you that true health is not just about what you eat. It's Not a Diet concludes with a two-week reset programme to put Davinia's advice into action easily and achievably.
Actress, fitness fanatic and health biohacker extraordinaire, Davinia's career started on C4's hit Soap Hollyoaks playing party girl Jude Cunningham. This led to film and television roles, as well as television presenting.
Davinia's heavily documented party lifestyle led to a dependency on alcohol, post-natal depression and a struggle to regain her pre-baby body after four children. But, after genetic testing, Davinia biohacked her way to optimum health, losing nearly three stone in six months, and keeping it off. She is currently studying to become a Personal Trainer and shares her story through public events and on her rapidly-growing Instagram (@daviniataylor).