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Thursday, January 10, 2008

'Livin' La Vida Low-Carb Show' Episode 102: Never Let Your Low-Carb Guard Down

Regardless of where you are in your low-carb journey, I think you'll agree with me that one of the keys to your success is by remaining alert and focused on your diet and health. Letting your low-carb guard down is when you become susceptible to the dreaded weight creep and all the guilty feelings that come along with that and the weight loss game roars on. UGH!

In Episode 102 of "The Livin' La Vida Low-Carb Show with Jimmy Moore", we take a look at this important issue for people who get in a rut on their low-carb lifestyle. When your weight goes up, there isn't always an obvious cause. But sometimes there is because we have fooled ourselves into believing we've been doing everything right (the reality is likely just the opposite). Keep things real and never lose the proper perspective.

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One of the primary reasons why a "diet" fails people is they forget all the lessons they learned during their weight loss phase. It's funny how we get amnesia about what we need to do once we enter the weight maintenance phase? But allowing your weight to keep going up and up after weight loss is no laughing matter. Getting back on track when you "slip up" is the sign of someone who is committed to this journey for life.

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We've got a contest for you in today's podcast that will give you a chance to win THREE FREE BARS of my new raspberry, dark chocolate "Livin' La Vida Low-Carb Bar" (now available at CarbSmart, Netrition, and Amazon) Listen to Episode 102 and leave your comments at the podcast web site for your chance to win. THANK YOU for listening and making "The Livin' La Vida Low-Carb Show with Jimmy Moore" start the new year off with a bang!

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4 Comments:

Blogger Bob (The Traveller) said...

Wow... I really envy you guys. Lots of low-carb goody products out there. Here where I am, such things are a bit out of reach. I really have to take control of things - from the choice of ingredients to the method of cooking - to achieve body fat control and health. I practiced controlled indulgence, allowing myself regular chocolate bars, sodas etc., on strategic days and time due to the lack of more healthful varieties. But what saddens me most is, when people see your results, they always want what you have without appreciating the process you went through. They ask for 'your secret' and when you tell them, they look at you like you are kidding them. The fact is, you do need to forgo your unhealthy habits and diet. There is no secret. Just a willingness to do what it takes.

1/10/2008 11:15 AM  
Blogger The Bunnell Farm said...

Well spoken! -- Never let your guard down and keep your chin up and the rewards will follow and everything will stabalise. We can then use all those wasted energies that we use fighting our diet, for other things in our lives besides 24/7 non-stop dieting.

1/10/2008 12:04 PM  
Blogger Tree said...

"One of the primary reasons why a "diet" fails people is they forget all the lessons they learned during their weight loss phase. It's funny how we get amnesia about what we need to do once we enter the weight maintenance phase? But allowing your weight to keep going up and up after weight loss is no laughing matter. Getting back on track when you "slip up" is the sign of someone who is committed to this journey for life."

This was very helpful to me... you will never know how much strength I have gained from reading what you've written. Congratulations on the newspaper articles. You are such an inspiration. Every time I feel like I can't do this, I read your blog. God bless you for doing what you do!

1/18/2008 10:09 AM  
Blogger Jimmy Moore said...

Tree, you are VERY welcome and I encourage you to stay in the game...ALWAYS! Yes, it is hard and I understand that. But it's not impossible and you are well on your way. KEEP AT IT!!! :D

1/18/2008 10:14 AM  

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