April 5

The Low Carb Grocery Coupon Code: $5 off Purchase of $39 or More!

Posted by on April 5, 2014 at 6:30 PM

The Low Carb Grocery Coupon Code: $5 off Purchase of $39 or More!

Cut carbs, costs. Coupon!

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  • Coupon Code: INFU-WAE
  • Discount: $5 off order of $39 or more
  • Expiry: Unknown

I have a weird relationship with low carbs. Let’s start with this – I’m fat. Big fat, fatty. My dad used to be fat too. Then he started eating low carb and lost weight. A lot of weight. And he started doing it like 15 years ago. I wanted to drop some weight too but it’s hard to get a 13 year old to stop eating bread and sugar and potatoes so I got fatter and he didn’t. But I always knew if I wanted to lose weight, I just had to do low carb. So some time around the age of 27 I grew up and started low carb and did really good. I lost like 60 pounds. Then I stopped. Because I’m dumb.

Now I’m back on it and places like The Low Carb Grocery really help the process along. Actually, it doesn’t help me as much as it will normal people. You see, I have no problem with eating the same thing constantly. Bacon and eggs twice a day for six days in a row. Yep, no problem. Nothing but bunless cheese burgers for a week. Sure, bring it on. My dad is the same way. But most people can’t do that. Most people get burnt out on the same food every day fairly quickly. For those people, The Low Carb Grocery is the way to go. Most places don’t have grocery stores specific to low carb diets. They might (MIGHT) have a small low carb section but for the most part you’re stuck with the standard low carb fare. That’s good most of the time for most people but every once in a while you want something different. You want low carb pita pockets or noodles or syrup or whatever else. Unless you live in a big city, this isn’t an option. The Low Carb Grocery has all that stuff. They even have non-food items that help you with a low carb diet such as CBlock, a pill that let’s you eat carbs. Perfect for times that you’ve been invited to someones house for dinner and you don’t want to be “that person” who brings their own diet-specific food to dinner or walks away with a pile of hamburgers and chicken but no buns or macaroni salad at the family BBQ. And don’t even get me started on the disparate treatment of vegetarians and low carbers!

Shipping is based on what you get and where you are. If you’re trying to do a whole grocery here, you’re gonna break the bank but a box of cookies and a bottle of CBlock isn’t gonna be too bad.

Keep on checking back for more The Low Carb Grocery Coupons!

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September 17

Costco Canada: Up To $57 Off Herbal Magic

Posted by on September 17, 2013 at 4:00 PM

Costco Canada: Up To $57 Off Herbal Magic

If you are looking for diet help, look no further than Costco, ironically. You can get a 4-week Herbal Magic weight loss success kit for only $167.99, was $224.99 or the 2-week success kit for only $104.99, was $139.99.

I had a friend who did Herbal Magic and had fantastic results. I am sure there must be good results achieved by many, as there are so many locations still running strong.

To start, this deal gets you an e-ticket, of which you’ll print and take in to any Herbal Magic location. There are over 270 locations. You’ll get coaching, support and a comprehensive system to help you lose the weight. They boast that they are Canada’s largest weight loss company and over 40,000 people a year lose weight using their system.

What’s included:

  • 12 (for the 4-week plan) or 6 (for the 2-week plan) personal one-on-one coaching sessions (includes weigh-ins) with professional health coaches
  • 2 or 4 week menu and meal planning support and guidance using real food from your regular grocery store
  • 2 or 4 week supply of weight management products exclusively designed to assist in weight management
  • 3 (for the 2-week) or 6 (for the 4-week) bottles of WM-4000 Ultra™
  • 1 (for the 2-week) 2 (for the 4-week) bottles of L-Glutabolic™ Forte
  • 1 bottle Formula F/B
  • 1 bottle of Flavo-Magic™ (sodium-free food seasoning)
  • 1 Herbal Magic® cookbook
  • 1 water bottle
  • 1 product container
  • 1 box of Snacker’s Choice sample pack

This deal is only good for those over age 19 and in good health. See all of the restrictions on the deal before you purchase.

(Expiry: 29th September 2013)

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September 1

Paleo Network Freebie: 3 Free Paleo Living eBooks

Posted by on September 1, 2013 at 9:00 PM

Paleo Network Freebie: 3 Free Paleo Living eBooks

**Before starting any diet, consult a doctor. If you’re taking dieting tips from BargainMoose, consult a psychologist. You have something deeper going on.

Remember the last time I spoke about free fitness eBooks, the ones from NerdFitness? Remember how scared I was of Tony Little back then? Well, I’m still scared, so I suggest picking up three more fitness eBooks, this time on paleo living, lest Mr. Little eat your family.

Again, I kid, I joke. Tony Little is awesome, and don’t you forget it!

Here is another free eBook thing like the one I mentioned in the Intro. Basically, the lady who runs this Australian Paleo website wants you to sign up for her newsletter. You can, of course, unsubscribe from her newsletter, but it has some pretty cool stuff in it, so you might as well stay on. Regardless, the eBooks are free and you can keep them even if you never go to the site again. The books are:

  • The Definitive Paleo Food List
  • A Week of Paleo Recipes
  • Paleo Guide to Australia
I’ve read most of the second book and a bit of the first. They are both very informative. I did look at the third one, but since it’s Australia specific it had a lot of info I couldn’t use. I really liked A Week of Paleo Recipes though. It’s a great way to get started if you’re a bit scared about the whole concept.

To sign up and get the books, go to the website and find the “Get Two Free Paleo eBooks!” section on the right hand side. Sometimes you’ll get a pop-up when you first visit telling you about the offer. If you get it, you can sign up there. I know it says two, but you get three. Not sure why. You can also buy some of her other books if you are so inclined.

The website itself has a lot of great info but, for me, it has a bit too much tree-hugging hippy crap. Again, that’s just me. If you want a recipe for homemade men’s deodorant, you can get it on The Paleo Network. The site does have some really good recipes though, so I’ll be going back to get those for sure.

Oh, and if you want the recipe for home made woman’s deodorant, here it is. Check out the original article for recipes for solid deodorant and men’s deodorant. Get our your Witch Hazel, people!

  • 5 teaspoons of distilled witch hazel
  • 5mls (0.17 fluid ounces) of vitamin E oil
  • 10 – 20 drops of geranium essential oil
  • 10 – 20 drops of ylang ylang essential oil
  • 5 drops of clary sage
  • One small spritzer bottle

(Expires: Never)

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