Eat for Energy the Glycemic Index Way: Boost Energy Levels Without the Insulin Spikes (Paperback)
Are you tired of feeling tired? If you find it hard to concentrate and focus, or you are feeling lifeless and worn out, there is a solution. In my book we explore how to boost and sustain energy levels from meal to meal by choosing foods using the Glycemic Index scale. Also, you'll... -Learn About the Link Between the Amount of Carbs You Eat and How Much Energy You Have During the Day -Find Out Why Complex Carbs Are Better for Long-Term Energy -Discover the Disastrous Effect of Sugar on Your Energy -Determine the Best Types of Breakfasts for Staying Energized All Day Long -Uncover Foods That Rob You of Your Energy -Realize How Foods That Are Easier to Digest Give You More Energy -Hear How Stimulants Such as Coffee Don't Really Energize You -Reveal The Best Type of Carbs to Eat as a Pre-Workout Snack -See Why Filling Up on Fiber Can Be a Great Way to Get More Energy -Master Feeling Full Without Over Eating -Become an Expert in Maintaining Good Energy Throughout the Day by Focusing on Your Diet This book makes it really simple to adjust your diet- no fuss, no complicated ingredients, no unattainable goals. Everyone can use the information from this book and apply it to their own, individual routine and still achieve amazing results.
I grew up in Central Minnesota, where my parents owned and operated a fishing resort. Once out of high school I tried a couple of semesters of college, only to quit halfway through the Spring term; I decided at that time that college wasn't for me. Then I decided to follow my father's previous occupation as an auto mechanic. I graduated from a two-year of vocational training course and worked as a mechanic for five years. While in vocational training, I decided to join the National Guard where I eventually ended up working full-time for 32 years. So how does all of this relate to writing? In one of my leadership schools, the instructor, who was an English teacher at a juvenile detention center, presented writing to me in a whole new way - a way that started to develop my interest in working with words. I eventually went back to college on the GI Bill while I was working and earned my Bachelor's degree in Business Administration. Taking a class or two per semester at night and on weekends took me seven years to complete my degree. Fast forward about 40 years and I now have published over 75 books on Amazon for Kindle, CreateSpace and other publishing platforms. Besides my own writing, I also ghostwrite ebooks, reports, articles, blogs and do Kindle conversions for clients on a variety of topics. Today my wife and I are retired from our careers and live in Gold Canyon, AZ. I now write as a retirement business where you'll find me happily sitting in my office typing away on my laptop as I work on my next book or ghostwriting project . . . that is if we are not traveling on a cruise ship - our new-found mode of travel.