How I Trimmed 30lbs
As you set your New Year's resolution to lose weight, here's a motivating story.
It was my 2011 resolution to drop 30 lbs. Being immersed in my MBA program at SUU for over a year took all my spare time that I would have used for exercise. I was up to 185 and I needed to get down to a healthy and comfortable 155 (160 would even do).
I'm a fan of Tim Ferriss so of course I was planning to read The 4-Hour Body any way. The moment I downloaded the book on my Kindle for iPad app in January of this year, I noticed the Slow Carb Diet and the promise of dropping 20 lbs in 30 days without any exercise. Sounded good to me!
Basically, here's what I did:
This is how it usually looked before adding salsa, I prefer Jack's Salsa or the Kirkland Signature brand.
I'm pretty much an expert on the Slow Carb Diet. If you ever have any questions about it, like Do's and Don't's etc. just ask me and I'd be ha ppy to advise you.
12/31/2011 12:25:24 am
Dude, that's awesome! I think I'll give this a shot! I fluctuate right now between 215 and 220, and would love to get back to 185-190, so this sounds perfect. And I love spinach! Thanks for the tip. BTW, is all the chicken really necessary?
Have fun with it. You'll never have to worry about "what to eat" because it's all about beans, veggies, eggs and chicken everyday. I ate a lot of chicken but it's not necessary. I did eat a lot of bean-bowls though. Read the 4-Hour Body, there's a lot of good insight.
2/5/2012 04:09:57 pm
Paul's diet only works with blood type O and B. If you are a blood type A this is probably not the diet for you. Blood type O's need more meat and protein whereas blood type A's need more grains and vegetables.
12/31/2011 05:19:28 am
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Paul Hill, Ph.D.
I design, plan, and evaluate economic development programs for Utah State University.
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