Friday, June 20, 2008

'Livin' La Vida Low-Carb Show' Episode 151: Week Of Weight Loss Wisdom--Charlie Hills

IT guy Charlie Hills has had a lifetime of weight loss wisdom

It's FRIDAY and my special "Week Of Weight Loss Wisdom" has sadly come to an end. But what a week-long event this has been and I appreciate all the positive feedback you have given to me about it. I'm always happy to share success stories with you because it might be exactly what you need to be encouraged, educated and inspired to lose weight and get healthy for yourself. In this final interview of the week, we hear from a man who knows a thing or two about the struggles of dieting.

In Episode 151 of "The Livin' La Vida Low-Carb Show with Jimmy Moore," we get to hear from author and humorist Charlie Hills who penned the most unusual diet book you've ever read entitled Why Your Last Diet Failed You and How This Book Won't Help You on Your Next One. This everyday guy personifies perfectly the typical person who goes on a diet, gets excited for a while, and then loses interest until the next wake-up call happens. It's a ruthless cycle that Charlie has been through and I'm sure anyone who has ever struggled with their weight will relate to.

Click on the "LISTEN NOW" link below or download it to your iPod to hear Episode 151:

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Charlie Hills has hit on something that so many people overlook when they begin a diet and weight loss plan like low-carb. They start it with every intention of losing the weight forever, but somewhere along the way they lose their enthusiasm, get their focus off eating healthy, and basically give in to the desires of their heart (or stomach, in this case!)--and GIVING UP ON THEIR WEIGHT LOSS ATTEMPT FOR GOOD! Can anyone relate? Sure you can because we've all been through this rollercoaster ride.

So what can you do to beat this ruthless and seemingly inevitable scenario from happening to you? Charlie discusses in my interview with him about how you will still go through challenges here and there, but you can overcome the weight and health issues that come your way. I greatly admire that Charlie never gave up. Whenever something didn't work for him, he tried something else and something else until he settled in on eating a low-glycemic diet (basically livin' la vida low-carb!) that works best for him. His tenacity in getting there is an example we can all learn from.

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The fifth and final podcast interview in this special "Week Of Weight Loss Wisdom" with Charlie Hills today is done and in the can. What's your impression of his very familiar journey to weight loss success? Did you see some of yourself in what Charlie had to say? Tell us your thoughts about it in the show notes section of Episode 151. And be sure to pick up a copy of Why Your Last Diet Failed You and How This Book Won't Help You on Your Next One to learn even more from all that Charlie has gone through to get where he is today. Check out his two VERY funny blogs that are spoofs of some famous movies: Back To The Fridge and Lord Of The Onion Rings.

Share your feedback about "The Livin' La Vida Low-Carb Show with Jimmy Moore" on our podcast hotline at (206) 202-6516 or e-mail me questions and comments anytime at Come back next week as we get back on our regular Monday/Thursday schedule again with an excellent two-part interview with arguably the most knowledgeable Atkins diet expert in the entire world named Jacqueline Eberstein, R.N. She worked directly with the late great Dr. Robert C. Atkins for three decades and is well-versed in why this way of eating is so incredibly healthy for anyone who is dealing with obesity, diabetes, or virtually any health ailment. YOU WON'T WANT TO MISS THIS INTERVIEW!!!

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Blogger quotidianlight said...

Thank you for this Jimmy. I've been doing a lot of internal work. I honestly think without it we are doomed to fail. I'm going to start putting my process on my blog though cause after listening to him I realized it's a side not often shown. I often feel like I am going blind without a lot of resources or modeling but it really comes down to fully knowing yourself and changing your thought processes so you can make that "click" if the "click" doesn't find you.

6/20/2008 9:20 PM  

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