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Staying Power : Maintaining Your Low-Carb Weight Loss for Good
The ultimate 365-day lifestyle plan78% (16)
You've done the diet. Now find out how to maintain your optimal weight and health--for life!
With their 4-million-copy bestseller Protein Power, the Eades were among the first to bring you news of the low-carb revolution. Now, with this groundbreaking new book, they offer you a total step-by-step program for making the new you a lifelong success story.
If you've achieved or nearly achieved your weight-loss and health goals following the Eades' plan or any other low-carb diet plan, Staying Power supplies you with everything you need to take the big leap from low-carb dieting to a satisfying lifestyle. Staying Power arms you with a gold mine of clinically proven tools and strategies, including:
* A transition-to-maintenance program that helps you make the transition from dieting to maintaining--including two weeks of transitional meal plans
* A month's worth of delicious maintenance meal plans
* The 7-Day Low-Carb Boot Camp for when you've slipped or plateaued
* Almost sixty pages of answers to all your low-carb questions
* Indispensable advice on how to stick to your low-carb plan during holidays and special events, at restaurants, and while traveling
* A 365-day fill-in planner, including tips, motivational quotes, and other valuable resources
* Insights, advice, and inspiration from people who've made the transition to a low-carb lifestyle
* And more!
Weight Loss Comparison 2008 (2)
I seem to do these each time around May. This time, however, I found photos from the same time. From left to right: May 22, 2006: Las Vegas. Taken by my friend Ken on a hike we took. I would have been 230 pounds. Around November 2007: Taken by me, I would have just gotten back to Australia and would have been around 185 pounds. I started slacking way off after this because I was working 70 hours or so a week....I stayed at this weight until around March 2008.... May 30, 2008: Right now. Taken by me. I am around 178 pounds (80 kilos). I say around because weight fluctuates. When I wake up, no food, I am less....after meals a bit more. My average is 176-178. Sorry it is blurry...but you get the idea. My back arm is holding my shirt back, otherwise it's baggy. My goal is to get to around 150lbs. (68 kilos) before my birthday in November. I originally thought 175 would be my goal, but I see now that I will not be happy at the weight. Not because of vanity, but because of health. I still have a lot of excess fat and still have far to go to be at the fitness level that feels GOOD to me. I will admit to the vanity as well, I still have issues with how I look due to the excess fat and jiggly bits (like my arms are still very big). But yeah. I am trying to pump myself up to really kick it in to gear for the next 30 days (I have a friends wedding I am in on July 1) and then maintain that level until I reach my goal size and weight. Wish me luck!More stupid weight loss headlines
Every one of these magazines sitting on this shelf by the supermarket checkout line had a big fat headline about weight loss or someone's body. The Life and Style magazine headline is covered up (see next pic) - it says "Sexy Beach Bods" below the pic at the bottom right. I have so many pictures like this it's ridiculous. I'm going to use them in a slideshow when I start doing presentations for my book, Getting a Grip for Good.
Unlike other diet and fitness books that try to apply a one-size-fits-all approach or peddle the latest weight loss secret, 5 Things to Know for Successful and Lasting Weight Loss is not a how-to book that prescribes a specific diet and exercise regimen. Rather, it teaches readers how to apply powerful techniques to achieve successful and lasting weight loss. These 5 Things will help you to:Related topics:
- Change your weight-loss desires into goals
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