The 2015 Low-Carb Cruise – Brief Video Report

What’s it like to spend a week in the Caribbean with 200 other low-carb enthusiasts?

The 2015 low-carb cruise is over. I and ten other participants from Team Diet Doctor (as earlier reported) were on the ship, and believe me we’ve kept busy. My own tan is barely noticeable after this week – some would say nonexistent – there was so much else great to do.

We’ve done video interviews with 11 people (real experts as well as people with astounding success stories). We’ve recorded all 17 lectures. We’ve done some great work on our company’s culture and strategy and have gotten to know a lot of fantastic people.

All the videos will be online as soon as they are edited.

I’ve not even had time to do a single blog post on the cruise – apologies – but there will be several reports coming up. To start with you can check out this brief video report (above) that Simon Victor has done.

9 comments

  1. Monika
    Independence of the Seas is a beautiful ship! On all my Royal Caribbean Cruises within the last three years (all in all 6 of them) I enjoyed very good low carb food! I just had to fight a bit for enough fat :-). Could only find those awful non-fat-yoghurts, but kept collecting little butter portions to use for everything except to put on bread during the day.
  2. Charles Grashow
    Dr Eenfeldt,

    What is your opinion of Jimmy Moore's latest blood work?

    http://livinlavidalowcarb.com/blog/potpourri-of-health-tests-on-jimmy...

    Reply: #3
  3. Charles,
    About two million tests there – and when you take two million tests there'll always be a number of them outside of the reference range. Looking briefly at everything I see nothing totally out of the ordinary. Anything specific you are interested in?
    Replies: #5, #6
  4. Sue Wolver
    Are the dates for the next cruise set yet? Ready to book!
  5. Charles Grashow
    BUN/Creatinine Ratio, Fasting Glucose, Anion gap, MCV, MCH to start
  6. charles grashow
    "Looking briefly at everything I see nothing totally out of the ordinary." Have you had your eyes checked recently??
    Reply: #8
  7. Yawn
    Thought this site was supposed to be informative and tell us things we needed to learn?

    See I was wrong you are telling us nothing!

    2015 Low Carb Cruise? Well what about it???? Loads of words, nothing said!

    Whoever tried to write it must be a Politician? SO BORING!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  8. BUN/Creatinine Ratio, Fasting Glucose, Anion gap, MCV, MCH to start

    "Looking briefly at everything I see nothing totally out of the ordinary." Have you had your eyes checked recently??

    These are either within the standard range or right outside of it. Around 5% of tests are outside of the standard range if you test a healthy individual. That is normal.

    Have you tested 100 different things on yourself recently? If so you'd statistically get on average 5 tests outside of the standard range.

  9. charles grashow
    "Around 5% of tests are outside of the standard range if you test a healthy individual. That is normal."

    It's NOT normal to get several borderline or outside of range tests ALL pointing in same direction. You call yourself a DOCTOR!?

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