In episode 3, Dana discusses how to eat meat for cheap, rants about obsessing over “good carbs,” answers some listener’s emails and Facebook questions about low-carb bread and more, as well as presenting part one of a two-part interview with Dr. Eric Westman’s protege, Adele Hite. Don’t miss this one, folks!
ALSO, Here’s a bunch of listener feedback from FaceBook on the challenges we face:
Janis Inman Weekends….seems harder to stay with low carb when we are so involved with our family and not at home. When we are at home I can control what I eat…otherwise it’s a guessing game. Guess I need new strategies.
Maryanne Darner Outside activities, like parties. Sometimes there’s no suitable food, sometimes too many off diet treats.
Mary Titus Honestly, I have no problem with low carb at all. Even when it turns into a guessing game, I guess at what I believe is the lowest carb choice. That being said, the longer I am low carbing the less I go out to eat. The less I even want to …go out to eat. Now that I have had a chance to think more on this subject, there is one thing that makes low carbing difficult. It’s choosing what to have out of the plethora of yummy low carb choices.
Christine Unger Nowik Not many problems here, either, save the people who can’t seem to understand that “just one bite” WILL hurt.
Laurie Rosen Staying on track around my carb and sweets loving friends when I ski patrol up north. When I`m home I`m fine. I usually just try to do damage control when I`m up there.
Carolyn Cox Gorman Social situations are the most difficult times to resist carbs with cooking for grandkids coming second. When I was losing was very strict, but on maintence allow myself too much leeway-as a result 10 pounds to lose to get back to maintence weight.