Is Sugar Really A Big Deal?

I suppose one could doubt sugar’s role in the many health problems that plague the American population (and anywhere else our Western way of eating is exported). Tooth decay, acne, obesity, high blood pressure, dementia, type 2 diabetes, cirrhosis of the liver, and, of course, cardiovascular disease. It’s also understandable if you doubt the public health advice we get given how questionable the integrity of some studies is and the ever-changing advice we receive as the scientific community learns more all the time.

Here’s the thing though – for WOBO (worn-out, burnt-out) women who run themselves ragged, can’t find the time to do basic self-care (e.g., eat well, exercise regularly, get enough sleep, drink water) and fuel their frenetic life by consuming a shit-ton of sugar – a sugar addiction is a big deal.

Regardless of what the studies show or what our dietary guidelines say, you know your sugar addiction is wrecking havoc on your body and life. It’s a problem when the biggest food group in your daily diet is sugar. It’s a problem when you don’t eat real food all day then binge on sugary crap.

You don’t know what sugar overconsumption does to your body and mind until you go without it. If you take a week to eat well and remove added sugars from your diet, you’ll know a whole lot about what is true for you. Plus, you’ll experience what it feels like to feel great for the first time in a long while.

Join me for REFUEL: A 7-Day Sugar Detox and experience more energy, mental clarity, and sweet freedom! Click here to learn more.


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