Quit Sugar Journaling Support Group

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Summary

The negative health effects of sugar consumption are proven. This insidious substance is hidden in many different foods. Keeping a food diary can help.Sugar tastes good, doesn’t it? Especially to those who consume it regularly -- is extremely tempting, and darn right addicting! But there’s nothing sweet about the effects it has on your health. Sugar has been linked to a whole slew of health problems, including obesity, type 2 diabetes, cancer, heart disease, tooth decay, accelerated aging, and more. This is bad news, given that the average person consumes hundreds of extra calories each day from added sugars. It’s true that banishing sugar from your diet means doing without some of your favorite treats, scrutinizing food labels, and cooking more of your own food – but the payoff in improved health and vitality is well worth it. Much like any other bad habit, overcoming a sugar addiction can be hard. That’s where we can help. Over the next 21 days, you will be guided through a self-exploration of expressive writing to overcome your addiction to sugar. We will ask you intriguing questions to help you fully understand ‘why’ you reach for sugary foods, educate you on the biochemical triggers, and also provide tips of how to avoid sugar in the future. At the end of the 21 days, you should be sugar-free and living a much healthier life. Ready to get started?

Introduction

Sugar tastes good, doesn’t it? 

Especially to those who consume it regularly -- is extremely tempting, and darn right addicting! 

But there’s nothing sweet about the effects it has on your health. Sugar has been linked to a whole slew of health problems, including obesity, type 2 diabetes, cancer, heart disease, tooth decay, accelerated aging, and more. This is bad news, given that the average person consumes hundreds of extra calories each day from added sugars.

It’s true that banishing sugar from your diet means doing without some of your favorite treats, scrutinizing food labels, and cooking more of your own food – but the payoff in improved health and vitality is well worth it. Much like any other bad habit, overcoming a sugar addiction can be hard.

That’s where we can help. Over the next 21 days, you will be guided through a self-exploration of expressive writing to overcome your addiction to sugar. We will ask you intriguing questions to help you fully understand ‘why’ you reach for sugary foods, educate you on the biochemical triggers, and also provide tips of how to avoid sugar in the future.

At the end of the 21 days, you should be sugar-free and living a much healthier life.

Ready to get started?