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2015 was a rough year for us. We moved several times and we still have one more to go. Despite the roller coaster ride, there are always lessons to be learned. Here are ten that I hope you find useful in your sugar-free journey.
The temptation happens when the stars align and you find yourself in a situation where you can let loose. What will you eat? Where will you get it? Is it already available? Will you have to go to the store to get it? Will you feel guilty later?
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.
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.
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…
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.
Thank you to Valerie Hurst from KATU for coming by sugar-free headquarters to talk with me about Stop Being Sweet!
It can be difficult to abstain from sugar but it does get easier with practice. Here are five things people will say to you at some point or another…
The information in this video will totally creep you out. That is, if you’re still eating the foods featured in this video.
This infographic is based on the book “Why We Get Fat” by Gary Taubes.
There’s not a chef crafting the processed foods we’re being sold. There’s a scientist—well many scientists…
Advertising perpetuates and manipulates public opinion. In this case Crest takes a self serving stance by putting kids in charge.
A recent research project by faculty and students at Connecticut College has suggested that Oreo cookies are as addictive as cocaine.
A woman in Fargo, ND plans on handing out letters that basically say, “You’re too heavy,” to certain children on Halloween.
Apparently McDonalds and Burger King are in a heated competition to embed positive feelings in children, thus turning them into life-long customers.
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