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Drawing the Line on Calories, Carbs, and Fat


Drawing the Line on Calories, Carbs, and Fat

Connect the dots to a healthier you!

There are many weight-loss apps out there. Maybe you’ve tried them, but still haven’t had success. One possible reason for failing is that you’re letting software do your homework. Using apps sounds like the easy way to go and the pounds will just melt away. If only it were that simple. What you’re missing out on when using apps is the learning process.

When you draw the line on the Daily Connection (the matrix of dots), you actually pick up a pencil and draw the lines between the dots to account for what you’re eating.  With that experience, you’re getting a much better feel for what foods work with your daily allowances for calories, carbs, and fat and what don’t.

Drawing the Line on Calories, Carbs, and Fat - Daily Connection

Example of blank Daily Connection

In addition, with drawing the line, you get a visual idea of what foods are causing you the biggest problems and which ones are helping you achieve your goals. As they say, “a picture is worth a thousand words” as you can see from Joe having had lunch at McDonald’s and chose to order a Big Mac®, medium French fries, and a 16-ounce serving of soda.  Not much left of his day’s nutrient allowances.

Joe's Daily Connection

Joe’s Daily Connection

Drawing the Line on Calories, Carbs, and Fat is especially valuable for people who are trying to lose weight, those who have diabetes and need to count carbs, or those who have heart disease and need to limit their intake of fat.

This connect-the-dots approach is unique, fun, and easy to do. Finally become master of your health, not only with what you eat, but how you live life.

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Praises for Drawing the Line

Great Book – “I’ve always balked at having to keep track of what I eat because of all the writing down of foods and the math of adding and subtracting calories or fat and carb grams. “Drawing the Line” doesn’t require any of that. With a simple line drawn between dots on a page of dots (called the Daily Connection), the task is done. But what’s so great about it is the picture those dots create. When I eat something that’s really high in calories, for example, the line I draw is so long that it takes up a lot of day’s allowance.”   

Debbie G.., Kansas

What a wonderful tool!  “Maybe this really shouldn’t be called a food diary or food tracker. When I first heard those terms, I pictured having to write a lot down and I knew I wouldn’t have time to do that. That’s what’s so great about “Drawing the Line”. All you have to do is draw a line between dots.  What could be easier? What was especially good for me was that tracking exercise is incorporated into the same tracking sheet that I use for tracking food. It motivated me to exercise more since I could see just how many calories I was burning off with exercise.”

Sara B., Arizona

Drawing the Line is What It’s All About  “Drawing the Line on Calories, Carbs, and Fat” made a major difference in my life. I’ve tried losing weight so many times before and was never as successful as I’ve been using this system. With it’s connect-the-dots approach, I’m finally being honest with myself about what I eat because I see the visual effect on the Daily Connection (the tracking sheet) of each food on my daily allowances of calories, carbs, and fat. This is so easy even a child could do it.”

Sidney S., Philadelphia

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