Connie Bennett is an experienced journalist; author of the engaging, engrossing book, SUGAR SHOCK! (Berkley Books, Jan. 2007); and a former dedicated “sugar addict,” who reluctantly quit sugar and refined carbohydrates on doctor’s orders in 1998, which made all 44 of her perplexing symptoms vanish. Connie is a sought-after “Savvy Sugar Sleuth,” who playfully but seriously spreads the sour scoop about sweets and other “culprit carbs,” which could send you into SUGAR SHOCK! You can visit her at her website.
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