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You Keep Asking, “What Do You Eat?” — My Food Diary for You

Whenever I give a talk or take on a new client, inevitably the same questions pop up over and over again.

People want to know: "Connie, what can I eat?" or "What do you eat?"

In fact, one reviewer even took me to task for not including meal plans and recipes in my first book SUGAR SHOCK!

(FYI, meal plans were originally in my book, but my editor took out the meal plans, because adding them made the book way too long. But, rest assured, meal plans and recipes will be included in my next book, The White-Out Diet.)

Anyhow, to answer this Frequently Asked Question from you health seekers out there, I'm going to share with you for a while exactly what foods and drinks go into my mouth.

My goal here is to help you lose weight, get more energy, become more focused, feel better and learn that going sugar-free is fun, exciting and even tasty.

I'm still trying to figure out how to post my food diaries. I don't want to clutter this blog with lots of entries. Right now, I'm thinking of writing one post per week with the entire week's foods in that one post. What do you think?

Stay tuned. I'll begin this soon.

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One thought on “You Keep Asking, “What Do You Eat?” — My Food Diary for You

  1. Dear Connie
    I am a healthy, fit, slim 42 year old woman with severe reactive hypoglycemia. My condition is so severe that the doctors at the hospital have taken me off ALL carbohydrates including vegetables and fruits. My doctor at the hospital has told me that she has started seeing other women like me come in with the same condition. They have checked our hormone levels and all is good. The only thing they are seeing is a defect in the insulin although it is being produced normally. My diet now consists of only protein and fats. It is severely debilitating me and affecting my life. What hope is there if healthy, fit people who do not eat unhealthy carbs and have a good, spiritual lifestyle are stuck with this condition. Any suggestions would be most welcomed.

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