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21 Hot & Hip New Low-Carb YouTube Video Bloggers

Posted Aug 24 2008 5:52pm


YouTube is being taken over by enthusiastic low-carbers--NIIIIIICCE!!!



When I first started blogging about the healthy low-carb lifestyle back in 2005, there weren't very many "low-carb" blogs out there at the time. But today, you'd have to be blind to miss any of the literally HUNDREDS of new ones that have popped up in just the past couple of years. Check 'em all out at my low-carb links blog .



Well, a similar trend is beginning to happen over at YouTube. My wife Christine and I started making videos in August 2007 after getting a new computer with a video camera on it and thus was born our show "Livin' La Vida Low-Carb On YouTube." We've LOVED doing these videos over the past seven months, but it was kinda lonely out there sharing about low-carb living as the seemingly lone voice. In fact, that's why we decided to start this series to begin with--there was an obvious void in quality, positive content about the healthy low-carb lifestyle.



NOT ANYMORE!!!



Less than a year later, there are some absolutely incredible low-carb YouTube video bloggers out there providing their own take on this journey I call livin' la vida low-carb. Here are 21 of the very best and brightest low-carb YouTubers out there making a real impact today:



1. BOWULF



You can't mention low-carb YouTube videos and neglect to talk about Kent Altena (aka bowulf). He's the granddaddy of all the low-carb YouTubers because he was out there way back in 2006 sharing his How To Do Atkins videos that I thought were fabulous. Unfortunately, we got spoiled by all of the quality videos Kent was producing and he slacked off on them a bit last year. But in early 2008, Kent started back again and you can see his enthusiasm and passion for educating people about the Atkins diet is as strong as it ever has been. THANK YOU Kent for inspiring me and tens of thousands of others at YouTube with your phenomenal videos!



2. HEALTH DOC



Dr. David Hite is the Health Doc and he presents information about the importance of the glycemic index as it relates to diabetes care. He recorded this brief video segment on low-carb diets and communicates in an engaging manner about health and wellness.



3. THE SPIKY HAIRED GIRL



You have GOT to meet Cameo. She's the very cute and ever-so-quirky "Spiky Haired Girl" and is a voracious researcher about health and nutrition. Cameo TOTALLY gets it and now she's making YouTube videos about the low-carb lifestyle. WOO HOO! Her quick-witted sense of humor alone makes these videos worth watching, but the knowledge she provides on low-carb living (check out her latest one on coconut oil is more than worth the price of admission (which is FREE, by the way!). Although she's just getting started, I'm sure the "Spiky Haired Girl" will be around for quite a long time. Welcome to the fray, Cameo!



4. DR. JOSEPH MERCOLA



If you've been around the diet and health community for even a short time, then you have undoubtedly come across the work of a man named Dr. Joseph Mercola . The man is practically a living legend among health advocates because he shares solid, scientifically-proven research in a way that just makes good sense. And, lo and behold, he's even got his own YouTube series, too! Check out this recent video where he "Exposes The Cholesterol Myth." This is CAN'T MISS information that your body will appreciate you for!



5. LOW CARB SHOW



Last year I introduced you to a brand new low-carb podcaster named Marc Sage who is now the only other active low-carb podcast on iTunes along with "The Livin' La Vida Low-Carb Show with Jimmy Moore." He has recently started adding videos to YouTube as well focusing on diet and low-carb. They are basically segments he has seen on television in the news that he is uploading so that the good news about livin' la vida low-carb can be spread. Great to have you contributing Marc!



6. INSIDER EXCLUSIVE



What does a legal-based television show have to do with low-carb? Since they recently featured a segment on the Kimkins diet scam with attorney John Tiedt , I couldn't pass up the opportunity to share this with you. It's an amazing dissection of the ongoing Kimkins controversy and how an obese housewife from Corona, California named Heidi Diaz has gotten away with bilking millions of dollars out of unsuspecting dieters. It's quite a fascinating video to watch if you haven't seen it already!



7. MUSCLE HACK



Another popular low-carb blogger who is trying his hand at YouTube videos now is Irishman Mark McManus from the "Muscle Hack" blog . He's already shared about some creative low-carb substitutions as well as a very simple high-protein drink for your bodybuilding workouts . I LOVE this guy because he's living proof that you don't need to "carb up" to get ripped! I want abs like Mark! :)



8. TRENT H. BAKER



Trent Baker shared this low-glycemic strawberry whip recipe that I thought was too delicious to overlook. ;)



9. NEWBIRTH35



One of the first low-carb bloggers I found when I began blogging was Victoria from what was known as the "Stumbling to Bethlehem" blog back then. Newbirth35, the username for Victoria, now makes YouTube videos sharing her thoughts and opinions about low-carb, including this one questioning whether Dreamfields pasta is really low-carb or not . Never afraid to share what she REALLY thinks, you'll enjoy Victoria's no-sugar-coat style!



10. DR. JONNY BOWDEN



What more could I possibly say about Dr. Jonny Bowden than I already have? This man is a walking encyclopedia of diet and health knowledge and a living example of what taking care of your body can do for you. He's such a dynamic speaker whose voice draws you in and you become mesmerized by the words he speaks both because he's entertaining to listen to and his comments are well-thought out based on the research. But there's no question this man holds true to his principles that a low-carb diet can improve health for many people. In fact, here he is talking about "the perfect diet." You gotta love that Jonny Bowden!



11. AWAIS M.



Here's a guy just starting out on low-carb--let's encourage him so he can succeed!



12. SPARKY'S GIRL



I've previously blogged about these videos from Sparky's Girl and she's still going strong. Fellow low-carb blogger and bestest bud Amy Dungan "The Healthy Low-Carb Living" blog is cranking out the YouTube videos every chance she can and has been doing some really good low-carb product reviews lately that I'm sure you'll enjoy. Keep up the awesome work you are doing, Amy! :P



13. EATING LOW WITH AMY



Speaking of Amy, there's another one I want to introduce you to if you don't already know about her. She's Amy Von from "Eating Low" and her regular low-carb YouTube video series is a big hit with people who love to try new recipes. If that's you, then Amy's your gal! With over 50 episodes in her "Eating Low with Amy" series, you'll have enough recipes to last you for the next year. ENJOY!



14. MONKABOO PROJECT



Follow the progress of Monyka whose nickname is "Monkaboo" as she follows the Atkins low-carb diet. She's already been on it for 12 weeks since January 2008 and is doing absolutely FANTASTIC!!! These are the kind of videos that make low-carb living compelling because it's real people applying the principles that make low-carb work with amazing results. KEEP IT UP, Monyka!



15. CC1 SILLY GOOSE



"Low-Carb And Losing It" blogger Cecilia (aka cc1sillygoose) is making YouTube videos now, so follow her adventures in low-carbland to see how she's doing. YOU CAN DO IT, Cecilia!!!



16. FAT GRRL THIN



Dananananananananananananananana...FAT GRRLLLLLLLLL! That's how these ever-so-funny videos begin with the adventures of a fat girl making herself thin. Personality is certainly not lacking in this YouTube video blogger and I can't help but think she's gonna be a GREAT success by the time all is said and done. Wish her well in this journey to better health!



17. ALEX REIF



Speaking of strange people on YouTube, check out Alex Reif talking about being on a low-carb diet . I don't know if I wanna give him a high-five or slap him upside the head. YOU decide!



18. LOW-CARB COOKING WITH OH2BFIT



If you like the low-carb recipes, then you're gonna LOVE Niki (aka Oh2BFit) and her daughter Serena as the share some tasty ones that will keep you on the straight and narrow in your low-carb lifestyle. There are many precious moments between mom and daughter that are captured for all the world to see and hear on these videos. Keep pumping them out, Niki! Your 100+ pound weight loss is so incredibly inspiring, too! WAY TO GO!!!



19. ROCK THE SHADE



Another YouTube weight loss journey...who's well on her way to beating her obesity!



20. HALLMARK FITNESS



Diet and fitness advice that you can take or leave-- here's an example .



21. HOOTY HA HA



Finally, no joke, we have a YouTube blogger named Hooty Ha Ha. Yep, that's what he calls himself and he thinks he's pretty hilarious. Just take a look at this YouTube video about the Atkins diet and seafood . Ummmmm, okay. And your point is?



If you or someone you know decides to start video blogging about livin' la vida low-carb on YouTube, then let me know about it. I'd love to check 'em out and give a quick shout out to them here at my blog. E-mail me their YouTube URL to livinlowcarbman@charter.net . Making YouTube videos is very easy nowadays with inexpensive and easy-to-use video cameras like the FLIP as well as the built-in cameras on most computers. Go ahead, give it a try! We NEED more voices sharing about low-carb in an encouraging and uplifting way to continue impacting our culture for the good.



Special THANKS to all the courageous low-carb video bloggers doing their part. I appreciate you more than I could ever express and I'm proud to be a part of the growing community there on YouTube.

Labels: bowulf , diet , health , Jimmy Moore , Jonny Bowden , Joseph Mercola , low-carb , video , videos , weight loss , YouTube

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