It’s A Bird, It’s A Plane–No, It’s ‘Dietgirl’ Shauna Reid!

Filed under: Publications — @ March 12, 2009


Popular weight loss blogger Shauna Reid is the amazing Dietgirl!

All of us who have been on a journey to lose a significant amount of weight have a story to share because this kind of significant life event isn’t always a quick and easy narrative. Ask anybody who has lost over 100 pounds–losing the weight was the relatively easy part, it’s what happened prior to and after that attempting to keep the weight off for good where the reality of life can kick you in the tail. It’s this kind of amazing adventure that today’s podcast interview guest detailed in her new book.

In Episode 235 of “The Livin’ La Vida Low-Carb Show with Jimmy Moore,” it’s a privilege to have with us straight from Scotland by way of Australia one of the most famous weight loss bloggers in the world Shauna Reid from the “Dietgirl” blog. She recently released a book about her experience losing half of her body weight called The Amazing Adventures Of Dietgirl. Starting out at 351 pounds in her early 20s, Shauna went through an incredible path to shed the pounds while going through some stressful times. If you wanna be encouraged in your weight loss, then go check out Shauna’s stunning before and after photos. WOW, what a difference! Hear her talk about what it was like blogging every moment of this extraordinary feat in her life. Although she’s not a low-carber, I think Shauna has some invaluable insights on life that you’ll love and appreciate.

There are FOUR ways you can listen to Episode 235:

1. Listen and comment about the show at iTunes:

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3. Download the MP3 file of Episode 235 [34:39m]:

4. Calling (818) 688-2763 to listen via Podlinez

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What did you think about what Shauna “Dietgirl” Reid had to say about weight loss and blogging? Talk about it in the show notes section of Episode 235. Get a copy of Shauna’s new book The Amazing Adventures Of Dietgirl (FREE sneak peek of the first chapter) and by all means bookmark her “Dietgirl” blog to visit it often. Special THANKS to Shauna Reid for sharing her story with me and my listeners in today’s podcast.

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The interviews just keep rolling in and next week will feature two guests with virtually diametrically opposite dietary philosophies. On Monday, I welcome for the first time on my podcast show Dr. Jeff Volek, a noted low-carb researcher from the University of Connecticut and co-author of the famed TNT Diet from Men’s Health magazine. We discussed a wide range of topics related to low-carb living. Then on Thursday, I’ll bring you Dr. Michael Ozner who wrote a book called The Great American Heart Hoax: Lifesaving Advice Your Doctor Should Tell You About Heart Disease Prevention (But Probably Never Will). I really had high hopes about this interview when I heard about Dr. Ozner’s book. But unlike Dr. Volek, he is dedicated to promoting a high-carb, Mediterranean-styled diet that runs counter to what many low-carbers would say is healthy. Listen in to hear what he has to say about heart health and why low-carb is probably not the best way to improve it (we’ll see about that!). That’s what is on tap next week on “The Livin’ La Vida Low-Carb Show with Jimmy Moore.”

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