Thursday, November 19, 2009

New low-carb book for you to read

I'm pleased to share with you a new book by an experienced veteran of the low-carb nutrition world: Jimmy Moore.

Jimmy has published one book already on low-carb dieting and has now come out with his second book titled, "21 LIFE LESSONS FROM LIVIN' LA VIDA LOW-CARB: How The Healthy Low-Carb Lifestyle Changed Everything I Thought I Knew".

If you're interested in low-carb nutrition or just want to find out what the popularity is all about, I highly recommend you check Jimmy's new book. Or, if you're someone following low-carb, but are thinking you might give it up, first hear what Jimmy has learned in his journey and why he still commits to this lifestyle (and you might too).

Jimmy is truly passionate about low-carb eating as it has made a profound difference in his life. Here is a clip about him from his website:

In January 2004, Jimmy Moore made a decision to get rid of the weight that was literally killing him. At 32 years of age and 410 pounds, the time had come for a radical change of lifestyle. A year later, he had shed 180 pounds, shrunk his waist by 20 inches, and dropped his shirt size from 5XL to XL. After his dramatic weight loss, Jimmy was inundated with requests from friends, neighbors and complete strangers seeking information and help. Jimmy is dedicated to helping as many people as possible find the information they need to make the kind of lifestyle change he has made.

If that's not enough to convince you that Jimmy can truly show you more about low-carb nutrition than ever possible, then I don't know what can. He's truly a gem.

So, what are you waiting for? Check out his book today!


Amazon Runner said...

If I eat grainy carbs other than sparingly, I get bloated, feel hungry all the time and I don't lose weight. My carbs come mostly from veggies and I am losing well, about 140 pounds since March.

I will check out this book! Thank you for posting about it!

Sybil said...

I learned about you and NROL4W from his podcast so for that I am thankful but as far as his 'message'.....I wouldn't waste a penny on his book.

After spending a good year following him and his menu and blog, I can only guess that this book will be a smarmy, sugary, finger pointing diatribe.

There are many better sources to learn about the low carb way of eating than the Jimster.