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Slow Carb diet Shopping List

Here’s the simplest, most straightforward slow carb diet shopping list you’ll find. No detailed explanations, just exactly what’s good to buy!

This is a simple list, and is definitely not the limits of the foods you can have. It’s just… Continue reading

Tim Ferriss on Dr Oz – Jumpstart your body (videos)

Tim Ferriss recently appeared on the Dr Oz show - get his latest tips, his updated morning routine, his fix for bad moods, poor sleep, and losing pounds right here, summarized for your convenience, plus links to the videos! Continue reading

The definitive answer on nuts and the slow carb diet

It's a question that gets asked from time to time - if we are avoiding 'white' carbohydrates, and eating protein and some fat.. then why no nuts? Maybe some are ok, and some aren't? If you have been wondering about nuts on the slow carb diet, or if you have been snacking on nuts with your slow carb diet, you probably want to read this - all you need to know about nuts is right here. Continue reading

The Last Mile: First Impressions and Meal Diary

It's been almost two weeks that I've been following the 3 hour meal schedule of the last mile. Eating my way through piles of nuts, endless chicken breasts and too much spinach to count. How's it been so far? What's the progress like? Found out from the midst of this latest experiment I've undertaken. 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

Gaining muscle with Occam's Protocol – calories matter

For anyone who has wanted to have a bit, or a lot more muscle, you'll know that the world is full of promises and photos of guys with abs. The Occam's Protocol workouts are delivering some pretty incredible results, but not what the book predicted. Could it be that I should actually be eating even more than I am?? Continue reading

4 Hour Body Cheat Sheet: Occam’s Protocol Workout Sheet

Hey everyone, as it's time for me to start on the Occam's Protocol workout, I wanted to share with everyone the 'cheat sheet' that I've made up to take to the gym with me. Basically, it's the short-version of the 2 chapters, combined. This Cheat Sheet includes all the general guidelines, eating guidelines and the workouts themselves. Continue reading

5 Simple Tips for Cheat Day

I'm coming into week 4 of slow carb eating, and I have to admit the cheat-day lead-up each week is quite an exciting time for me. Not only for the food, but also because it means the weekend is near, and all those great weekend activities are on their way again, with the welcome rest break from the working week. Of course, packing lots of fun into a weekend can mean that ideas of a successful slow carb cheat day can actually be a bit more difficult to achieve than expected. I really believe in a successful cheat day, to make the rest of the week work it's magic. Read on for these 5 simple tips to make sure you get the most out of your cheat day each week. Continue reading

First week in review

Just one week. What a change a simple 7 days can make.

Hard to believe its a week, as it has zipped by. To say that I’m excited about tomorrow’s ‘crazy food’ day would be an understatement. In fact, it’s likely that I will dream about it tonight.. or not sleep. But more just for the variety, definitely not because I’ve been feeling hungry – that is one great thing I’ll say about this regime – I’m not left hungry often. Today was an exception because I made smaller than usual slow carb meals, and ate quicker than usual, which seems to have an impact. I filled the gap with a stick (yes one) of celery with almond butter. Did the trick perfectly.

It’s been a good week, of course with its ups and downs. Adjusting to the regular eating has actually been more like un-adjusting to random eating. Eating every 4 hours couldn’t be simpler. I love the schedule, it takes a lot of brain work out of it for me. Continue reading

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