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Is it too late to lose fat for summer?

Health is great all year round. Feeling fit feels good whether its raining, snowing or sunny. But let's face it: a lot of us look at the summer months as a milestone, or marker in the future, and use it as a springboard for motivation, for a reason to get started and stick at a program, with a view to those golden months in the middle of the year, when we'll be outside, enjoying the weather, catching up with friends and maybe even showing a little more skin than we might in the dark depths of January. So if it's the middle of July, is it too late to lose weight for this summer? I say no, and if you disagree, I'm going to change your mind. Continue reading

Declaring Independence from Fat

Have you built an image of yourself, as you currently are (or perhaps recently were) - a person struggling with their weight, or 'trying' to lose fat without much success? Chances are that your weight is deeply linked to how you see yourself, and who you believe you are. There's a very good reason to change this idea, and it doesn't have to be hard to do so. Today, I'm on a crusade to help you declare independence from your fat. Continue reading

Relax and lose fat on slow carb?

Have you been feeling a little on edge lately? Perhaps just a little overwhelmed? Or maybe there's a couple of things in your otherwise great world that are eating away at you, that you find yourself worrying about regularly. If any of this sounds familiar to you, then you should continue reading to learn how you might be losing fat more slowly than you could be. Continue reading

Slow carb on vacation

How do you take a vacation, when you're following a protocol like the slow carb diet? Is it possible to still enjoy some time away but maintain a healthy routine? Check out the 'best version' strategy that will give you both. Continue reading

The new Slow Carb rules – what to do – not what to avoid

Are you spending all day thinking about the carbs that you won't eat? Or perhaps thinking about not drinking milk or soda? Here's a healthy new way to make things easier. Continue reading

What is your measure?

There's two things that have been rolling around my brain as I've begun thinking about being on the Slow Carb Diet again; in what way do I look at myself? - and what is my measure of success? These are those questions that seem super easy to answer, but then they're not... So, what is your measure? Continue reading

Spring has sprung, and so has my need for a healthier body!

Its been a long spring, but finally the buds are out and the air smells so wonderful, here in BC. Not only has the air got sweeter, but life is too. Continue reading

New Slow Carb Recipe: White Bean Fish Cakes

Hello all! I thought you might be as excited as me to hear of a new recipe for the Slow Carbers out there! I've put together Slow Carb - White Bean Fish Cakes, and they taste AWESOME. Continue reading

10 Occam’s Workouts done – Occam’s Protocol Results

If you're wondering whether the Occam's Protocol workouts can really get results, and if it's worth trying them, consider this: my punchcard cost less than $100, and my total gym time so far has been 5 hours - and I dawdle and chat in the weight room - you could probably, literally, get that down to 4 hours. My meals are simple.. and my results are great. Read on to find our more details, and what 'The Demon' is! Continue reading

LOMAD – Occam’s Protocol – does it work?

I wrote recently about things seeming to stop moving upwards, for a week or so, and so I set out to tackle this problem with a few solutions. The most obvious change was adding milk to my protein shakes, and adding an extra protein shake per day, for a total of 2-3 drinks on non-workout days, and 3 on workout days. This worked out to a total of around 1 liter of milk per day, or LOMAD. So, how are my results, after a little over a week of this strategy? Continue reading
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