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What did you eat last week? How much sugar do you consume? How many glasses of water do you drink a day? How much did you spend?
This week's challenge will allow you to look at the foods you eat and the feelings you have to see if there is any correlation between the two.
Things are good. I am in my 10th year of sugar abstinence—ten whole years of avoiding sugar all but for four days out of every year. Not too shabby. I’m experimenting and that’s okay.
This week, your sugar-free challenge is to choose one snack that will be your “go to” snack whenever you crave sweets. You’ll eat meals as you normally do except that you’ll have just one choice when it comes to satisfying your sweet tooth. Doing this will reveal secrets…
How do you know if you’re truly addicted to sugar? You cut it out for a period of time and see if your mind, body and soul crave it in ways that make you nuts…
Going sugar-free is counter culture. It’s against the grain. Companies don’t make money off you not eating their industrial food products. But it’s your friend’s birthday and his grandmother made her famous Amazing Grandma Cake and it might be the last time you ever get to eat it.
When you stop being sweet, it’s hard to not want to shout it out to the world. Make a shift that changes the world a little bit for the better and you’ll want others to understand and join you.
This challenge will help you to see if the places you frequent offer you good (real) food or if they are selling you a bunch of junk on a regular basis.
Here’s a story about how to keep yourself on the sugar-free wagon when you accidentally (or not so accidentally) fall off and find yourself knee-deep in junk food wrappers.
For me, the show Mad Men was a window into an era that I barely got to witness. It helped me make sense of the past and transported me back to a time when I stood on a chair to use a rotary dial telephone.
I was happy. And then right in the middle of my positive emotional state they played an entire commercial.
Legislators keep trying to put labels on excessively sugary food items and food companies keep stopping them. Why don't food companies want warning labels?
If you’re going sugar-free and you have what you call a “cheat day” then you are setting yourself up for failure. Here’s why…
If you live with your family and they all love sweets, these 8 steps will help you get off sugar for good. You family has a huge influence on how you live your life but ultimately it’s up to you to choose what is right for you.
You cut out sweets and thought you had everything worked out until you read the labels! Here are five foods that will get you every time.
Do you love chocolate? I mean, do you really love chocolate?
If you said yes, then try this challenge.
Your subconscious mind remembers positive associations with sugary junk food even when you’ve forgotten. Can you think of any subliminal sweet suggestions that were part of your childhood? Here’s one of mine…
Every year, I abstain from sweets all but from Halloween ‘til November 3rd. This is my personal sustainable sugar abstinence plan and it (mostly) works for me. Here is my summary for 2014.
This year I took a break from blogging that lasted way longer than expected but Stop Being Sweet is still alive! Things are just a little slow for a bit…
This weekend I will be talking about how to Stop Being Sweet at a unique conference. Spark Weekend is designed to measurably improve your health, productivity, and relationships in the shortest period of time possible.
Gwenn and I got married! Though we had a simple civil ceremony, the past few months had us preoccupied with planning our wedding. Knowing that we’d be out of town to celebrate, I chose to indulge.
Thank you to Valerie Hurst from KATU for coming by sugar-free headquarters to talk with me about Stop Being Sweet!
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