Personal Experience

Losing Inches But Not Weight Is Still Fat Loss

Losing Inches

Losing Inches But Not Weight Is Still Fat Loss. How the hell does your body hold onto weight and still manage to get smaller while you are on your chosen low-carb plan?!? Losing inches but not weight? You know the scenario: You are on Induction for two weeks, and you haven't cheated even once. You notice that your clothes fit better, that you are stepping a little livelier, and as far as you're concerned, all's right with the world.

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Know Your Roll

If you are like me, you have been overweight for longer than you can remember. Personally, I have never been anywhere near skinny. Rumor has it I was born weighing 47 pounds, and my mother washed down several bottles of painkillers with two bottles of tequila when she went into labor due to the intense pain.

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A Day In The Life Of A Teenage Low Carber

In a cloud of utter boredom, I drag my feet to the school cafeteria. It's chaos, as usual. I blink in a slow, salamander-like motion and head toward my table, resigned. All around me are the wonderful smells of empty carbohydrates: soup, garlic bread, macaroni, French fries.... The list goes on, but it doesn't really matter, because I can't eat any of it. I'm a low carber.

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Cinshad’s Low Carb Success Story

Low-Carb Diet Success Stories

Cinshad, from Michigan, is 39, has been married for 21 years. She is the mother of four children. Cinshad has been low carbing for a year, and recently reached her goal weight of 145. In fact she has dipped below her goal weight and now weighs 138!! That is 35% of me gone through low carbing!" she declares proudly.

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If My Mother Had Only Known About Low Carbing She’d Still Be Alive Today!

If my mother and grandmother only knew

If I wrote a book on the details of the diet I grew up with, this would have to be the title. I marvel that I have even lived long enough to embrace the low carb way of life. My results are a testament to the fact that low carbing is not "A" way of eating. It is "THE" way of eating if you're interested in living long and being healthy.

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