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Reviewed by Renee Guill for Readers' Favorite
Holly McLarthy’s Get Out of My Way and Let Me Eat! is a non-fiction book showing her journey of battling an auto-immune disease caused by her thyroid. She gets personal about her symptoms and how she manages them. Ms. McLarthy goes into great detail of natural ways to manage the symptoms. She talks about how hard it is, and doesn’t sugar coat anything. She lets you know straight up that it’s not a quick fix, but that it’ll take time and patience, and goes into detail about many different ways you can do it naturally. She also suggests you take time to research and test them to decide what works for you.
Get Out of My Way and Let Me Eat! got me so excited, realizing I was not alone. I felt like I found a friend who actually understood what I was going through, and was telling me that I was not crazy. I know how hard it is to get doctors to believe in you, but thanks to Holly McLarthy, I may have found a way to get them to. It was like having my own personal coach, cheering me on. I loved the fact that she didn’t talk about medicines. With all the talk about drug addiction, it’s scary to think about taking any kind of medications these days. I was relieved to find out there are many other options out there. Holly McLarthy was not preachy either; she gave you many different options, and suggested you do the research and test them yourself. That was rather refreshing, since most people think their way is the only way. Thank you, Holly McLarthy, for giving us hope that there is relief down the road.