‘Livin’ La Vida Low-Carb Show’ Episode 285: Learn More About The 3rd Annual Low-Carb Cruise To The Bahamas
Posted Sep 03 2009 2:38pm
Debbie Hubbs and Ailsa Washington tell more about the 2010 low-carb cruise
Have you always dreamed about going on a luxurious cruise, but didn’t think you could fit it your budget? Well, I’ve got some good news for you: you CAN enjoy all the pampering that a cruise has to offer you and NOT bust your budget in the process. And check this out — how about joining over 100 of your fellow low-carbers, including some of the biggest names in the low-carb community on that same cruise? Sound good? Well that’s exactly what we have planned for March 2010 on The 3rd Annual Low-Carb Cruise to the Bahamas! Two of the committee members who have been with us on the past two cruises and are helping organize the 2010 low-carb cruise are joining us as special guests on today’s podcast.
In Episode 285 of “The Livin’ La Vida Low-Carb Show with Jimmy Moore,”
we hear from Debbie Hubbs and Ailsa Washington as they talk about The 3rd Annual Low-Carb Cruise to the Bahamas leaving out of Jacksonville, Florida on the Carnival Fascination on March 6-11, 2010. Debbie hails from the state of Arizona and offers up some great personal experiences and tips about making the most of your cruise experience. She brags about how the guest speakers intermingled with the group and offered up such great advice and information that they even influenced people like her husband Don who has lost 50 pounds on low-carb since coming back from the 2009 cruise. Ailsa comes all the way across the pond in the UK on the low-carb cruises and talks about the international flair she and her significant other Chris have brought to this event. She discusses her favorite parts of cruising, the excursions you can enjoy, the allure of bringing your kids on this cruise, and the tremendous benefits of going on a cruise. If you’ve been thinking about joining us on The 3rd Annual Low-Carb Cruise to the Bahamas, then you owe it to yourself to listen to this podcast.
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Coming up next week, I have a very special treat in store for you! On Monday, we’ll hear from Drs. Mike and Mary Dan Eades in their very first interview about their highly-anticipated new book releasing on September 8, 2009 entitled The 6-Week Cure For The Middle-Aged Middle. After the first couple of low-carb shot a pilot episode of their Low-Carb Cookworx a couple of years ago, the producer told them flat-out that they were too fat to be on a television show about health. This shocking reality led Drs. Mike and Mary Dan to go back to the basics of what they have learned over the years to devise a proven six-week strategy for getting rid of that dangerous visceral fat in their midsection. They are just as candid and entertaining as ever! Then on Thursday, I have the privilege of sharing my interview with the new celebrity spokeswoman for Atkins Nutritionals, Courtney Thorne-Smith. You may know her from her leading roles in hit FOX-TV television shows like Melrose Place and Ally McBeal as well as her current ABC-TV sitcom According to Jim. A huge fan of livin’ la vida low-carb, she shares some very revealing inside information about the popularity of carbohydrate-restriction in Hollywood that will raise some eyebrows. You DON’T want to miss these two fabulous interviews next week!