Call It No ‘S’, No BS, Grandma’s Diet, Or Whatever–It Just Works!

Filed under: Health — @ June 26, 2009


Reinhard Engels says healthy eating can be summed up in 14 words

Whenever most people start thinking about going on a diet, the first thing that comes to mind is how complex and difficult it can all seem. In fact, a good number of people write to me often obsessing over every little minutia of the calories they consume, the fat intake, the carbohydrate consumption, measuring every little thing before it crosses their lips. But what if healthy living could be as simple as a few words that it super simple? Today’s podcast guest set out to do just that with a special dietary plan he came up with.

In Episode 265 of “The Livin’ La Vida Low-Carb Show with Jimmy Moore,” we hear from Reinhard Engels, creator and author of the book The No “S” Diet: The Strikingly Simple Weight-Loss Strategy That Has Dieters Raving–and Dropping Pounds. I first “met” Reinhard when we worked together as contributors in 2006 to Chris Brogan’s now-defunct “Fat Guy Gets Fit” podcast, and then later the also now-defunct “Health Hacks Podcast,” hosted by my current podcast producer, Kevin Kennedy-Spaien. I was always fascinated by how analytical he made things sound with various diet and exercise concepts that seemed a little oddball at face value. But the more you looked at them, the more sense they really made. In addition to The No “S” Diet diet, Reinhard also developed a special exercise routine called “Shovelglove” that attempted to mimic the movements of our early ancestors in the action of chopping or hammering that gave their bodies exercise.

Click here to hear more about Reinhard Engel’s No “S” Diet and fitness plan that fits well within a healthy low-carb lifestyle.

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