Are you frustrated with the way you feel? Having mood swings, low energy, lack of sleep, on one too many medications, etc. can be a sign that you are sugar toxic.
Yes, sugar toxicity is real. We were never designed to cram untold amounts of sugar into our system. When a body is on sugar overload, it gets real ugly. Type two diabetes, some cancers, dementia, weight gain and more, can all be attributed to or exacerbated by . . . . you guessed it . . . sugar!
Sugar is toxic, make no mistake about it.
Are you ready to crush your cravings and be your body's best friend? I have a step-by-step process that will lead you out of your cravings and into a new body full of zest and without starvation. I don't believe in diets, never will. This is a journey of enlightenment and group support.
Join us every Sunday night, in our Be The Well Community Facebook Group. If you can't make it, sessions will be recorded. Together we are stronger!
There was a time in my life when I could eat whatever I wanted, so I thought. My first job was at Burger King and at breaks I would munch away on my choice of burgers, fries, soft drinks, shakes and ice-burgers (frozen sugary ice things). My next job was at Marie Callender's and as a waitress, I could take home all sorts of leftover pie slices after my shift was over. Bonus for me, I could have a snack at midnight and then have pie for breakfast! All through my life, I have had sugary treats and processed foods at my fingertips, without any thought to how it was affecting my body. Food was my comfort and my joy.
Through education and support, I've changed my ways. But why, might you ask, does it matter whether you indulge in sweets? Sugar hides in all sorts of foods, and it has the propensity to...
We all know that candy bars, donuts, and cakes are loaded with sugar. Sometimes we dig deep with resolve to say, "No thank you, I'm cutting back." While it's admirable that you are making an attempt to kick sugar out of your life, you may be eating more sugar than you think. Sugar is highly addictive and is added to what you eat by food moguls, not only to make things taste better, but to hook you into shoveling more into your mouth.
Knowledge is the key to empowerment and change. Let's do a reality check and find out the surprising places sugar hides on your pantry shelf.
Use this formula for finding how much sugar is in a food item: 4 grams of sugar is equal to 1 teaspoon. Ideally, the American Heart Association recommends a daily intake of 6 teaspoons of sugar for women and children and 9 teaspoons for men. Measuring and tracking sugars does not work for everyone. What works well for most is to raise your awareness to a conscious level, so...
Your full 7-day plan includes tips, menus, shopping list, and more. Helping you to move from junk food to yum food!