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Do you love chocolate? I mean, do you really love chocolate?
If you said yes, then try this challenge.
Obviously an ad for food or drinks will try to make you feel hungry or thirsty, but there’s always more to it than that.
Procrastination isn’t always a bad thing. It can even be fun! How much fun you have with this challenge it totally up to you.
You probably don’t even have to attempt this challenge in order to see why the food and beverage industry makes so much money off of us.
You’re probably familiar with sugar or High Fructose Corn Syrup, but there are a ton of other sweeteners out there. Which one are you consuming?
This is a simple challenge. There are no caveats. Be a healthy-eating powerhouse of willpower and can do attitude!
This week’s challenge is so daring you probably won’t attempt it.
One week without sweets = the start of something beautiful. Join us.
This challenge is for anyone who eats out on a regular basis and especially for people who eat out for business or during work hours.
For one whole week, read the label on everything you eat.
For one whole Monday through Friday business week, avoid eating a processed, sweet breakfast.
From today until Sunday, January 20, 2013, avoid all sweets.
Last year’s Holiday Sugar Challenge was difficult. This year we’re doing things differently. We’re doing Healthy Holidays!
This week’s challenge is an easy one that has two parts.
This challenge can be very, very difficult.
Try this simple sugar-free challenge.
Does advertising effect freedom of choice?
You can do this. Join us!
Are you sure you can handle this?
This week’s focus is on one day of solidarity. Can you last one day without sugar? You won’t be alone. Join us and Stop Being Sweet!
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