I have been eating Whoo!Fulls for about a year. I can honestly say that I don’t know what I would do without them. They have changed my life. I was in a terrible downward spiral. I was eating Greek yogurt for every meal of the day. My doctor even threatened to put a feeding tube in because I was losing too much weight. I truly thought I understood what my body needed for fuel. We live in a culture that is obsessed with constantly counting calories or carbs that we forget that our bodies need much more than what is currently commercially available. I was constantly locked in a struggle between eating something healthy and not loaded down with sugar. Unlike most breakfast foods the Whoo!Fulls have a lot of protein and they don’t give you that “sugar high” then the inevitable “sugar crash”. I noticed the difference the very first day. I love these Whoo!Fulls so much that when I competed in the Spartan Race I packed up my Whoo!Fulls and carried them all the way down to Georgia so that the next morning I could have them as my pre-race breakfast. They provided me with the right amount of protein and carbs that I so desperately needed before the race. If you had asked me 3 years ago if I would have ever even tried to compete in a race let alone a Spartan Race I would have told you no way. Most people use the term “ I can’t live without” but don’t really mean it. When I say I can’t imagine my life without Stoopid Good Food I am serious. Every morning I wake up I start my day with a Whoo!Fulls with some cashew butter and a banana. Recently I have been checking my blood sugar when I wake up in the morning and then again 2 hours after I eat my breakfast. The results were unbelievable 2 hours after eating my results were consistently much lower. One day I decided to do a “test run”. I ate a serving of a gluten free commercially available breakfast cereal with a cup of unsweetened almond milk. I could not believe the results. My fasting blood sugar was 98 and 2 hours after eating my blood sugar was 146! That is amazing not only did my blood sugar spike extremely high I fell asleep right after eating and felt terrible nearly all day long. I had no idea what I was doing to my body all those years eating cereal and yogurt. I swear by Stoopid Good Whoo!Fulls and I know for sure that I eat the best food around.