In short. Lots. The long version is that I eat a lot more protein compared to the amount of carbs I eat. But I still eat a lot of carbs. My blood sugar usually runs anwhere from 90-135. Before I do a workout that I know is going to be particularly intense, I try to raise it to about 160, because if I don't, I'll have a hypoglycemic episode. My breakfasts usually consist of 3-4 eggs, a bowl of oatmeal, a serving of fruit (usually grapes or kiwi), and if I'm really hungry, some turkey bacon. Halfway between breakfast and lunch (brunch, i suppose) I normally have a chef salad (lettuce, cucumbers, baby spinach, ham, turkey, hardboiled eggs. Lunch is variable normally something with chicken and pasta (most of my workouts, due to my work/sleep schedule are between 2 and 4 in the afternoon). Again dinner is variable, although I like to usually have something with beef. I eat healthy, the problem is finding foods that won't spike my blood sugar, but will also keep it at a safe level throughout an intense workout.