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Thursday, March 27, 2008

'Livin' La Vida Low-Carb Show' Episode 124: Talking A Little 'Reality Fitness' With Nicki Anderson


Nicki Anderson puts some reality back into your fitness routine

In Episode 124 of "The Livin' La Vida Low-Carb Show with Jimmy Moore", I'm pleased to share with you an interview I did with friend and fellow fitness encourager Nicki Anderson from the Napierville, IL-based Reality Fitness. Ever since I first discovered her "Happy Monday" newsletter a little more than two years ago, I have been a BIG FAN of the work Nicki is doing to educate and encourage a healthy lifestyle for the clients at her workout center.

But even more exciting than that is the transformation that is happening to Nicki's philosophy about a healthy diet over the past couple of years that is evident in columns she has written about eating fat here, here, and here. Two prominent low-carb books--Life Without Bread and Good Calories, Bad Calories--along with reading my blog and other online resources has helped transform Nicki's old way of thinking forever.

Click on the "LISTEN NOW" link below or download it to your iPod to hear Episode 124:

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When you've been active in the health industry for as long as Nicki Anderson has, it's difficult not to fall in line with what conventional wisdom has always taught us regarding diet--low-fat, low-calorie, portion control. And yet it is people like her who have chosen to remain open-minded and willing to accept new information based on the science in order to shape and mold what she believes that will kick start the next revolution. Despite the heavy criticism she has received, Nicki remains steadfast in her newfound belief that carbohydrate is at the center of disease and obesity. YEAH!

Hear from old and new low-carb enthusiasts anytime by:

1. Listening at the official web site
2. Calling (818) 688-2763 to listen via Podlinez
3. Subscribing to the RSS feed
4. Going to iTunes--Click here to subscribe!

What do think about someone like Nicki Anderson coming around to the truth about livin' la vida low-carb after years of helping clients with weight loss and exercise? Is this the beginning of a glorious trend that was bound to happen in light of all the overwhelmingly positive data about the healthy low-carb lifestyle? Let's kick it around a bit in the show notes section of Episode 124.

Coming up next week, we have two more exciting interviews to share with you from international author and health activist Phoenix Gilman who wrote a fabulous low-carb fitness book that's in your face entitled Diet Failure...The Naked Truth. You are gonna absolutely ADORE Phoenix and I can't wait to share my interview with her on Monday and Thursday in a special two-part interview.

THANK YOU for listening to "The Livin' La Vida Low-Carb Show with Jimmy Moore."

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4 Comments:

Blogger Rachel said...

Jimmy, this was one of my favorite podcasts. I haven't gone to Nicki's website yet, but I'm going to do that right after I leave this comment! You and Nicki have so much enthusiasm and passion for spreading the good news about low-carb living. I had to laugh when she was talking about the garbage that so many people eat! I'm really thankful for your site and your podcats. Keep up the stellar work!

3/28/2008 1:49 AM  
Blogger Jimmy Moore said...

THANKS Rachel. Nicki is a really neat lady and I'm honored to know her. :)

3/28/2008 9:25 AM  
Blogger Badger's Garden said...

Hi Jimmy, great blog, i was curious to see you using "SPLENDA" in a recipe, there are lots of sweeteners out there such as stevia etc.. surely these are a healtier option..

3/29/2008 6:18 PM  
Blogger Jimmy Moore said...

THANKS Badger's Garden! I don't personally have a problem using Splenda, but I also use other sweeteners including erythritol, stevia, and Xylitol, just to name a few. Anything that can keep me away from sugar is a good alternative. :) THANK YOU for writing!

3/29/2008 9:17 PM  

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