Slow-Carb Diet Tips: Make Shopping Easier

Photo of The Home Market from 1947I’ve had a lot of questions from folks just starting out on the slow-carb diet as it’s found in Tim Ferriss’ The 4 Hour Body. Even though there are only 5 “rules”, it doesn’t seem enough to get someone ready to start.

I get it; I like to have a full plan too. So over the next few weeks I’m going to put together a series of posts that are designed to get you going immediately on your slow-carb diet.

In this first post, I want to share with you how to shop for groceries more efficiently and less temptationally.
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5 Ways To Overcome Your Fear Of Running

Hitting the pavement for a jog

There are those that fear running in that first big race or marathon. Others fear unfamiliar distances and terrain. Some may even feel self conscious as they run, concerned with how others are viewing them. Then there are those that doubt their abilities and whether or not they’ll be able to finish what they’ve started. Just how can you overcome your fear of running?

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The Truth About 30g Protein Within 30 Minutes Of Waking

5 ways to get 30 grams of protein

One of the main supplemental rules that Tim Ferriss included in The 4 Hour Body was to get 30 grams of protein within 30 minutes of waking. How well are you able to do that? Find out if it’s necessary and see some ways to get it done if that’s what you want.

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Use This Lentil Recipe To Last You All Week #4hb #slowcarb


One of the staples of a slow-carb diet is a healthy portion of legumes, and lentils seem to be the ones that most folks handle best. When I’m at the top of my game, I make a bunch of lentils and eat them all week. I decided to do that this week and show you how I usually do it.

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The Cold Shower Technique Has Nothing On This


This is a guest post from Dan Millington. He’s been taking cold showers to the next level. Any of you bold enough to try? My friend and I both swam in an outdoor pool throughout the summer. Mainly because there were less people, the pool was 50m long and as such better for open water [...]

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