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3/8/12 4:00 P

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I have read a lot of books, I am studing Nutrition, and had started an internship prior to my car accident 8 months ago. So I am no doctor this is just Food for Thought. I would need to understand more on how U eat before I can understand how to help guide you.

Remembering that even though protein primarily stimulates glucagon, it also has an effect on insulin. Eating to much protein at a meal will increase insulin levels, When U eat U need to remember to balance your Carbohydrate's, Protein's, and Fat's so they burn fat not store it.

There is a science to eating and if U eat equal amounts thoughout your days... that Hypo glycaemia will stabilize. I shake if I am not aware of my hunger pains and when life gets busy we for get to eat sometimes. I try and eat every 2-3 hours Key rules... Eat like a King in the morning, a queen at lunch and a popper at dinner... If your hungry when u go to bed eat a yogert. if U don't like yogurt eat 6-7 almonds and 1 dried apricot, don't make snaking before bed a habit...

I find I sleep better and While I was passing thanks Giving, Christmas, New Years last year I lost 5 pounds and Yes I did this when I needed to. Trading a bad food for a good food works to. I love ice cream... I have frozen yogurt know. best of luck Kimberly

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3/8/12 2:47 P

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Well here I am, Day 4 and I am feeling great. The exercising and calorie counting are really working for me. Now all I need to do is find a way to cut out sugar all together. Any suggestions? I get the shakes when I don't have any sugar. Do you think maybe I may have Hypo glycemia or something? I'm open to any suggestions or theories.

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