Marlo Drago

This is a Sugar Free Meal Plan. It does not mean eating processed foods that are "zero sugar", it means eating fruits, vegetables, meats and fish that are naturally low in sugar.

Cut Out:
All added sugars included sweeteners, stevia, honey, maple syrup, dried fruits dates, etc

Most grains. Except for occasional whole grain brown rice . gluten free oats and quinoa which have more fibre and protein than most grains. They also have a low glycemic number and are therefore slow releasing carbs,

Add In
Fatty cold water fish for anti-inflammatory omega 3 fatty acids.
Half of your plate should be of vegetables.
Increase chia seeds and flax for fibre.

All fresh fruit can be eaten except for tropical. Banana on occasion. Berries have the lowest sugar and very high antioxidants.

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Nicole Nutrition
Nicole Nutrition
Nicole Di Nardo, Registered Holistic Nutritionist

Diets are out. Lifestyle Changes are IN. The key to seeing significant change in your health is FLAVOUR. Your food has to taste good in order to be a sustainable change. It should also make you feel good. Increase energy, better mood, sleep and of course, weight loss. As a registered holistic nutritionist and chef, this is my passion. To help you reach your personal health goals through education, motivation, and delicious food. I'll show you how to indulge and anticipate every meal while loving the effects it has both mentally and physically.

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