Dwelling On Diet Failures Takes Away From Weight Loss Success

Filed under: Publications — @ June 11, 2007

As you know, I don’t hold back sharing my opinions when people start making excuses about why they CAN’T lose weight. In Episode 59 of “The Livin’ La Vida Low-Carb Show with Jimmy Moore,” I share a tough love message to everyone who whines and complains that low-carb living is just too hard. If that’s you or if you need a motivational boost, then listen in to today’s podcast:

icon for podpress  ”The Livin’ La Vida Low-Carb Show with Jimmy Moore” Episode 59 [9:21m]: Play in Popup | Download

People spend so much time dwelling on why they think they will fail in their weight loss efforts that they forget to even consider the possibility they CAN succeed. If all that energy can be expended on being so negative about improving your weight and healthy, then surely the same amount of effort can be put into implementing a proven nutritional strategy to bring down the pounds.

“The Livin’ La Vida Low-Carb Show” is available now by:

1. Listening at the official web site
2. Going to iTunes
3. Calling (818) 688-2763 to listen via Podlinez
4. Subscribing to the RSS feed

Are people so weary from all the diet messages they hear that they just give up altogether? Is there any excuse that’s good enough for NOT doing something about your obesity if you are carrying around a few extra pounds? Comment now on this topic and tell me about what made you finally decide to start livin’ la vida low-carb.

Coming up on Thursday, I will have another interview with a bariatric physician from last month’s American Society of Bariatric Physicians obesity conference in Nashville, Tennessee. We will hear from former ASBP President Dr. Larry Richardson from the Doctor’s Weight Control Center in Spring, Texas. If you’ve liked my previous interviews, then you’ll enjoy this one, too!


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