Even more low-carb challenge success


Week 1 groceries

Our new two-week low-carb challenge continues to bring massive success. So far this year 22,000 people have signed up for FREE guidance, meal plans, recipes, shopping lists, troubleshooting tips, etc.

So what could happen if you were to take the challenge? Here’s feedback from this week:


Good morning,

Thank you for making this challenge available. My husband and I used the two weeks to ease into the challenge and by the end were eating LCHF. He lost two pounds and I lost four without trying terribly hard.

It made us aware of how many bad diet choices we have been making. We are going to continue on and see how our health improves over the next few months.

Thanks again!

Quite perfect.

The challenge was great. It reduced my cravings and guess what???? I lost 11.1 pounds. Yes, I am counting the 0.1. Thank you

Loved this and will continue to use it. So easy to follow. Tricky to start with – the brain has been fooled into the fat-is-bad theory for so long.

Thank you

Love it! I never thought a LCHF diet would actually be sustainable. I’m 69, have a BMI of 33, and have lost 6-8 lbs. over a 2-week timeframe. No cravings! I try to stay near the strict low-carb regimen. I don’t keep a record of carbs, but I know it’s low.

The minor side effects described on Diet Doctor have been easily overcome. Slight headaches, some fuzziness, one cramp, slight fatigue… That’s it! I cut my grass on Sunday for the 1st time this year. No fatigue! I’m impressed. I will check my BP today, as I’m mildly hypertensive.


I love the low-carb challenge and have lost close to 6 pounds. I’m never hungry first thing in the morning, so I usually have a “breakfast smoothie” consisting of 1 egg, 1 cup of almond or coconut milk, 1 teaspoon of vanilla, and a few drops of stevia. It’s very satisfying, and will keep hunger away (for me) until lunch time. I would love to see more recipes for low-carb smoothies.

Keep up the good work!


Thank you, I lost 14.7 lbs. I feel great.

I really liked it. My husband and I both did it. I lost 5 pounds and he lost 8 pounds. I liked the guided recipe ideas and guide each day. We’ll keep going. I liked some of the alt. recipes as well. My husband was pessimistic about it at first, but was surprised to find how filling it was. Although we sometimes still have an evening snack (likely more out of habit), it’s not a bag of chips. Instead it’ll be some cottage cheese or yogurt or something.

We plan to continue following along on the website and trying more recipes.
Thank you for the free assistance in changing our eating habits,



Well, I started at 95.7 kg and today 92.2 kg so a loss of 3.5 kg.

I was very strict on only eggs for breakfast tuna and eggs for lunch and protein and small amount of above-ground carbs for dinner, water or lemon juice and water or broth for liquids.

It was a bit of a tough ride, but must admit to feeling cleaner and lighter.

Onwards and upwards from here.


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One comment

  1. Tia
    I don't understand why those who are not following the specific low carb challenge are commenting? Stevia for breakfast at the very beginning?

    Anyhow, our household of 4 is doing the challenge (the 8 year old a lot less strict though, don't want to create an eating disorder by forcing it) he goes to his friend's place and indulges in carbs a couple times a week. Though he did tell his friend's mom that even though he really enjoys the carbs, he's noticed that he is way more satisfied when he eats low carb. Good step forward.
    The rest of us are only on day 4 and feeling a bit of low carb flu but not too bad. We are encouraged. We have done low carb before and have seen a lot of benefit, but with Christmas and then birthdays and then Easter, we all got kind of lax on it and we were beginning to return to the old ways, bringing dried fruit, juice and even sugar back into the house...yikes!
    that's why we are beginning again and quite glad to.

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