Help for low-carb dieters

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from The Blog of Michael R. Eades, M.D..

It’s that time of year again. The start of the new year. The time many people either commit or recommit to their weight loss and health improvement vows. To help, I went through all my almost nine years’ worth of posts and handpicked those I figured would be most valuable.

Here they are with brief introductions. And all in one place.

Some of the most accessed posts I’ve ever written were the two posts on all the tips and tricks I know for starting or restarting a low-carb diet. Following these will get most people through any difficulty they may encounter.

Tips and tricks for starting (or restarting) a low-carb diet. Part 1

Tips and tricks or starting (or restarting) a low-carb diet. Part 2

One of the post I go back to myself when I need inspiration is the following one. It’s about an amazing woman whose success led me to use a different strategy to generate my own internal motivation.

Meditating in the garden of self loathing

Many people have terrific success with low-carb dieting. Then slowly end up drifting back into their old way of eating and, ultimately, their old weight. They then decide to recommit and low-carb again. Then find it doesn’t work as well the next time around. These next few posts tell you why and how you can overcome the problem. (It started out to be two posts, but many comments encouraged me to add another short post in between parts 1 and 2.) I’ve found the books mentioned in the Part 2 post to be helpful in many areas of life besides diet.

Why is low carb harder the second time around?

More thoughts on why low carb is harder the second time around

Why is low carb harder the second time around? Part 2

The debate continues to rage over whether it is the restriction of carbohydrates or the reduction of calories …read more

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