I have been on a strict diet since I was five because of chronically low blood sugar (hypoglycemia). They had different names for it back then, but basically all I’ve eaten for the last 50 years is high protein, high complex carbs, low simple sugars, and as I’ve got older, low cholesterol, low sodium, and low or no fat foods. And I eat six small meals a day (a meal the equivalent of half a sandwich). It has kept me healthy and my metabolism singing since I was 5, with few adjustments. And as the author says, it’s not hard to do. Just become a label reader. You might be surprised at how many foods that are not sweet actually contain high fructose corn syrup, and sugar. I can think of spaghetti sauce, tomato sauce, and many canned soups. I don’t buy things in cans, though. Much as it makes my budget cringe, I buy fresh fruits and vegetables all year, and make my own sauces. And there is a lovely brown rice pasta available in some health food stores that is much healthier than that white stuff, and you boil it for one minute and then take it off the heat, cover it, and leave it alone for 20, so it has the added benefit of being energy conserving, too!
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