Great book, filled with tons of information.
I owe some of my success to O'Connell's book, but realize that I still have a way to go, and like many other "conditions" can really never go back.
My daughter exercises everyday, is thin and eats what she thought was healthy, but has blood sugars like a Type 2 diabetic we discovered!
Material is good, but wanders around like he is trying to fill up a time slot on a radio station.Published 1 month ago by Dwain
What I like is how it describes tells us about how the pharmaceutical companies and the FDA "cooperate" to keep us clueless. Read morePublished 1 month ago by MICHELLE R ROTHWELL
While this book was informative, I thought the book was more about sugar.this book is truly great for someone that is diabetic or preventing it. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Dr. Elizabeth Kapadia
A g ood book that is full of great information. Get inspired to take care of yourself!Published 2 months ago by Joelle Y Murphy
Probably the best and most readable book I've read on this subject. O'Connell takes the reader through the ill-effects of sugar by walking you through his own troubles with sugar... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Dustin Loeffler
this book is a must read for anyone concerned about sugar in our diets or diagnosed with diabetes, it tells a lot of information and has helped me a lot to understand how to keep... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Diane M. Porter
Jeff O'Connell takes you on his personal journey from being diagnosed as so-called "pre-diabetic" and immediately placed on 'blood sugar lowering meds'. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Ellen F Bunch
One size does NOT fit all and at no point does the author attempt to sell anyone on a "one size" diet. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Jeanmarie L Bostley
The scourge of America. When will people learn that JUNK FOOD is the take-away message for cutting carb intake. Do you realize all the vegs. you eat is mostly carb? That's right. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Rayca