Remembering Kevin Moore

3 New LLVLC Projects To Help You With Your Low-Carb Lifestyle

I’m finally starting to settle back in to being in the United States again after a wonderful whirlwind adventure in eastern Australia for three weeks during the month of November. It was a magical experience where we worked hard, played hard and made everlasting memories with an amazing group of enthusiastic low-carb and Paleo peeps who are making a real difference in their corner of the world. I’ll be sharing a podcast highlighting the best moments of the “Low Carb Down Under” (LCDU) Tour and all that happened along the various stops in a special edition of “The Livin’ La Vida Low-Carb Show” podcast in Episode 634 on Wednesday, December 12, 2012. DON’T MISS IT!

As I’m preparing for the new year, there are a couple of new LLVLC projects I wanted you to know about that can help you with your low-carb lifestyle. New people are being introduced to the powerful message of livin’ la vida low-carb each and every day and I’m attempting to help these people learn more about what healthy low-carb living is really all about. Making key resources available to help make that happen is something I’m very interested in doing. Here are two ways I’m currently doing to go about bringing that about:


It’s one thing to read a book about low-carb and I highly encourage you to do that. But sometimes people have difficulty interpreting what they read on the pages of a book into what that should look like on their plate. That’s why I’ve created the “Livin’ Low Carb Meal Plan” set to release to the public on Monday, December 17, 2012. You’ll get meal plans, shopping lists, recipes and so much more to help you stay on the straight and narrow on your low-carb diet. Many people get into a rut with their low-carb meals, so I hope you take advantage of this new service designed to help you keep this from happening. SIGN UP NOW by providing your e-mail address and we’ll give you full details when the web site is launched soon.


Are you an iPhone user? Do wish there was an iPhone app that would integrate the “Livin’ La Vida Low-Carb” blog, podcasts and forum all in one place? Then I encourage you to download the all-new LLVLC iPhone App. For just 99 cents, you’ll be able to get all the latest blog posts, all three of my podcasts allowing you to listen to the shows through the app, engaging with my forum, connecting with me through Facebook, Twitter and Google+, buy the e-book version of my 21 Life Lesson From Livin’ La Vida Low-Carb and so much more. It’s a convenient app that gives you all my stuff in one place right there on your iPhone. DOWNLOAD NOW and stay connected with anything and everything related to LLVLC!


If you haven’t gotten on the Low Carbing Among Friends series of low-carb recipe books yet, then there’s no better time than the present to check ’em out! LCAF Volume 1 released in 2011, but I was privileged to participate in the sophomore edition in this series that released this year called Low Carbing Among Friends Volume 2 where I had the privilege of writing a chapter sharing where we’ve been, where we are and where we’re going with the low-carb message providing the names of the some of the key figures who have helped progress this way of eating along over the past 150+ years. With nearly 400 gluten-free, low-carb recipes, it’s a fabulous resource for your low-carb kitchen. The next book in the series is set to release in January 2013 and you can PRE-ORDER HERE for healthy low-carb recipes galore. ENJOY!

That’s not everything I have up my sleeve in the coming year. 2013 is shaping up to be a banner year for me and my work as I embark on writing my first book for Victory Belt about how to read cholesterol test results (set to release in Fall 2013), an e-book resource to help others embark on their own nutritional ketosis journey, providing recipes for Low Carbing Among Friends Volume 4, attending and participating in Ben Greenfield’s Become Superhuman event in Spokane, Washington, PaleoFX in Austin, Texas, The Low-Carb Cruise leaving out of Galveston, Texas and the Ancestral Health Symposium in Atlanta, Georgia, and another possible speaking tour in South Africa that is currently in the works. After I’m finished writing my cholesterol test book this summer, I’d love to travel around the United States and Canada doing various speaking gigs. Exciting times are here are I’m happy to have you come along for the ride. Hop on board because we’re gonna take the low-carb message to new heights in the years to come.

  • gretchenb

    One thing I find sad is that so many recipes, etc., on LC sites feature sweets. Yes, we all occasionally want sweets and bread. But the secret to long-term success isn’t learning to make LC whoopie pies. It’s learning that vegetables with butter taste really, really good, and if you’re full from a meal of meat and veggies, you won’t have the same craving for sweets.

    The cover of LC Among Friends has three sweets and two other foods. Vol 1 had only one nonsweet.

    Welcome home! Any good kangaroo recipes?

    • LLVLCBlog

      Gretchen, I hear ya. I suppose I get it that transitioning to low-carb those recipes can help make it easier. But most people aren’t long-timers like us who just cook and eat real foods. Kangaroo with lots of butter sounds good to me. 🙂

      • gretchenb

        I agree that newbies need the sweet recipes more, and when you’ve been eating this way for 16 years, as I have, you don’t buy a lot of recipe books. So I guess it does make some sense to feature the desserts.
        Is kangaroo fatty or lean?

        • LLVLCBlog

          It’s VERY lean. I had a small portion.

  • LLVLCBlog

    Ketones make you superman! 😀 Let me know how your NK goes. My next update coming soon.

    • Jimmy, I am a true believer in that – or superwoman in my case! I’ve been defending you on Free the Animal’s blog. I get really bent out of shape when people criticize those of us who are having phenomenal success with nutritional ketosis, claiming it’s all about calorie restriction. Live in my body for one, and then tell me it isn’t about insulin-resistance, carb-intolerance and the “magic” of ketone burning.

      • LLVLCBlog

        Peggy, you keep doing what’s right for you.

  • Sandra

    Jimmy ,is the low carb meal plan book just regular LC or is it the NK meal plans.I am stalled on Induction and started NK,bt has a hard time finding some good recipes.

    • LLVLCBlog

      I’m working on NK resources. But this meal plan is for low-carb and not specifically NK. Although many of the recipes can be adapted to NK easily.

  • Andy Barge

    I wonder if the Blood Ketone Monitor they would send out to the Maldives?

    • LLVLCBlog

      I don’t know. You can try to have it shipped there.

  • Karen

    Oooh! Started NK today with a blood ketone level of 0.1. Couldn’t resist testing again this evening- 0.6! I’m on my way…

    • LLVLCBlog

      Keep it up Karen!