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28 New Paleo, Low-Carb & Health Blogs For December 2013

It’s travel time for me and Christine again and we’ll be headed to my high school hometown of Bolivar, Tennessee to see my dad and family there at Christmas for the first time in about 6 years. We have family that lives in three different directions, so there’s no going “on the way” to any of them in Florida, Virginia and Tennessee. I went to high school in Bolivar and lived there in the late 1980′s. It’s a typical Southern small town with all the charm that comes with that (although the downside is the closest Starbucks is like 45 miles away!). We’re excited about seeing our nieces and nephews, aunts and uncles, cousins, my brother and sister-in-law, mom and stepdad, and other blasts from the past. And since we’ll be staying at my dad’s house, I’ll have pretty limited access to the Internet since he’s not connected (I know, it’s hard to believe there are people who don’t have online access, but he’s one of them–ironic considering what his son does for a living, eh?). By the way, that image to the left is courtesy of one of my blog readers who created a fabulous Zazzle store called KetoLaughs.com if you’re interested in getting apparel and knick-knacks showing your love for low-carb, high-fat, ketogenic living!

While I’m away over the Christmas holiday, I’ve got 28 new Paleo, low-carb and health blogs for you to open and enjoy. It’s always a blast to give some exposure to those new and interesting bloggers I think you will want to check out. If you like what you see at any of these blogs, then don’t hesitate to leave them a comment on their blog. Write an e-mail to the blog author and bookmark their blog to visit again soon. In case you missed any of my previous blog listings, I’ve got them all listed for you here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here and here.

Here are 28 new Paleo, low-carb and health blogs for December 2013:

1. GARDEN GIRL
2. WHOLE STORY NUTRITION
3. THE PALEO NURSE
4. JEN’S KETO EATS
5. EAT DRINK PALEO
6. REAL FOOD KETO DIET
7. THE INFORMED EATER
8. ALL UP ANJA
9. MR. HEISENBUG
10. LIVING PRIMAL…
11. FOOD I MAKE MY SOLDIER
13. MELVFITNESS
14. SALIXISME PALEO LIVING
15. UNDER THE PRIMAL INFLUENCE
16. THE FOOD LIFE
17. FROM THIS DAY FORWARD HEALTH COACHING
18. REAL FOOD WHOLE HEALTH
19. PEACE THYME
20. THE ANXIOUS CAVEMAN
21. THE BETTER BEING
22. BREAKTHROUGH HEALTH COACHING
23. DIABETIC DHARMA
24. THERESA HIGH FAT/LOW CARB
25. THECAVE101
26. BALANCING BITES
27. KINESIS KONNECTION
28. EMAGRECER A COMER (Spanish)

If you or someone you know has a low-carb, Paleo or health blog or web site that you’d like to see featured in a future blog post here at “Livin’ La Vida Low-Carb,” then I’d love to know about it. E-mail me the name of the blog and the URL to livinlowcarbman@charter.net so I can add it to my next big blog update. If you’ve been successful in your weight and health goals by eating a healthy Paleo or low-carb diet, then you should DEFINITELY consider blogging–the more voices we have out there talking about this stuff, the better! Have a fantastic Christmas holiday season and enjoy some time with friends and family. THANK YOU so much for your continued support of the work I’m doing here and I’m very grateful to all of you for being there. I love hearing from YOU with stories like this one that keep me motivated to continue on with the work of “Livin’ La Vida Low-Carb” for many more years to come:

Hey Jimmy,

I just wanted you to know how much your podcast and the resources on your blog have changed my life. I am a competitive marathoner and for the past year I have had severe issues…my performance had absolutely plummeted. After switching over to a ketogenic diet, I have more energy than I know what to do with. Plus, it takes no time to recover from my long runs. I rarely feel hungry, and am experiencing mental clarity and a peculiar sense of well-being that I have never experienced before. I am happy and full of life now whereas before I felt over-trained and miserable. What you are doing really does have an effect. Thank you my friend.

Thank YOU for the kind, encouraging words and kudos on your success. Have something to share? Send it on.

  • Anxious Caveman

    Thank you very much for including my blog in your list of 28 new paleo, low-carb and health blogs for December 2013. A nice early Christmas present. Have a Merry Christmas and a happy new year.
    Cheers
    The Anxious Caveman

  • Tim Litzinger

    Dwight D. Eisenhower
    34th President (1953-1961)
    172 pounds, BMI 25.3

    General Ike didn’t have a weight problem, but he did struggle with high cholesterol—his levels reached an all-time high of 259 mg/dL on his last day in office—and heart disease. He had his first heart attack in 1955, at the age of 64, and his cardiologist advised him against seeking a second term as president. Instead, he focused on lowering his risk factors with an aggressive, low-fat, low-cholesterol diet.

    He stopped eating anything with butter, margarine, cream, or lard. “He has eaten only one egg in the last four weeks; only one piece of cheese,” his personal physician, Dr. Howard Snyder, wrote. “For breakfast he has skim milk, fruit and Sanka. Lunch is practically without cholesterol, unless it would be a piece of cold meat occasionally.” None of it worked— Eisenhower’s cholesterol and weight were only rising—so he tried even more food deprivation. He stopped eating breakfast altogether, and then cut lunch as well. As Dr. Snyder noted, his lack of any nutrition made him “irritable during the noon hour.”

    Eisenhower’s empty stomach didn’t affect his sense of humor. In 1960, after hearing that presidential nominee John F. Kennedy had claimed that 17 million people in the U.S. go to bed hungry every night, Eisenhower quipped “Well, I go to bed hungry every night, too, but it’s only because my doctor has me on a diet.”

    Jimmy, I bet you’ll find the information above shocking. Ike went low fat, low cholesterol and it didn’t work!

    http://www.menshealth.com/best-life/fattest-presidents

    • LLVLCBlog

      The pieces of the puzzle are slowly coming together.

  • http://www.primalinfluence.com/ Aimee

    Thanks for listing our blog ‘Under the Primal Influence’ Jimmy, we’re very grateful for the shout-out and big fans of you and what you do!

    Clint & Aimee

    • LLVLCBlog

      Awesome Aimee!