Live in the Northeast? Wanna learn how not to get duped by those often misleading food labels? And have some fun laughing at Connie, the "Ex-Sugar Shrew"-turned-"Sugar Sleuth"?
Watch me on the "Your Morning" show on CN8, The Comcast Network, when anchor and managing editor Connie Colla interviews me out of Philadelphia at 7:30 a.m. tomorrow (Tues., Feb. 6) about foods with hidden sugars. (Cool, I get to chat with another Connie!)
Tune in to get helpful, juicy pointers so you can choose foods that don’t contain all those unnecessary sweeteners.
Don’t fret if you don’t live in Philly. As the CN8 website explains, this network has a tremendous reach.
In fact, more than 9 million Comcast cable homes in 12 states and 20 TV markets from Maine to Virginia to Washington, D.C., will be able to to catch my interview tomorrow.
CN8, as its website explains, offers "a unique brand of live, interactive television delivered over its own fiber-optic network."
To clarify, you’ll be able to watch me on CN8 Tuesday morning in any of the following areas:
- Hartford-New Haven
- New York
- Washington, D.C.
- Wilkes Barre-Scranton
We’re sure to have an eye-opening segment…
But I’ll give you a little hint now though…. Why avoid all these hidden sugars? Well, all those sweeteners can really add up when you’re unknowingly consuming them all day long, all week long, and all month long.
Indeed, excess sugars you’re unwittingly taking into your wonderful body can lead to a whole host of problems. (I reveal the shocking scooop about sugar in my new book SUGAR SHOCK! from Berkley Books.)
You’ll see me talk about buying:
- Marinara sauce
- Salad dressings
- Peanut Butter
- Energy or snack bars
- And a surprise or two
After my TV appearance on CN8, I invite you to join in the discussion here. And, if you’d like some shopping help, you’ll be able to get my Sugar-Free Shopper’s Guide, too.
Bear in mind that we only have a few minutes for my interview, but you can get all kinds of helpful info on deciphering those food labels and in dispelling food-label misconceptions in my new book SUGAR SHOCK!, which is available at bookstores and online retailers nationwide.