At long last, Vinnie and Anna discuss NSNG 101 (No Sugar No Grains for anyone not in the know). Enjoy and share with your friends!
Vanessa Rainey Sellers
Dec 2, 2013 - Reply
Wow great podcast. I learned so much today. Thank you
Dec 4, 2013 - Reply
I think you did pretty good covering all the bases for a newcomer's FAQ podcast.
Thank you for the podcast! It cleared up some misconceptions.
Dec 8, 2013 - Reply
ohhhhhh. I'm just a fat F that can't lose weight. sigh. I have been NSNG since 12.26.2012. I have lost 11 pounds in that time. I just finished listening to NSNG 101. Can you tell me why no stevia? I keep trying to adjust for my own body but F I get discouraged sometimes, but I don't fall off the wagon. I've listened to all the podcasts from episode 8 on. I have noticed improvements but not really weight loss. I make Ana look like its easy. I'm over 50 and don't even eat over 3 oz of protein at a time. I think I am going to have to resign myself to being fat.
Feb 13, 2014 - Reply
you need to do more like this or another book !!
Mar 15, 2014 - Reply
Excellent. Simply Excellent. No BS. Just the truth about how your body metabolizes sugar. THANK YOU. I cannot wait to start a NSNG lifestyle.
Annie Bryant Geiger
May 17, 2014 - Reply
I don't understand staying away from skim milk. I've always done non-fat because I can't have whole. They don't add any sugars to the milk. I don't see the harm. Please explain the problem with non fat milk products please.
May 14, 2015 - Reply
"A new study published online March 18, 2013 in the Archives of Disease in Childhood, a sister publication of the British Medical Journal, reports that lowfat milk is associated with higher weight in preschoolers."
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