Crush Emotional Eating – Free Emotional Eating Survival Guide

Crush Emotional Eating – Free Emotional Eating Survival Guide

Sugar and Emotional Eating

Hi everyone, it’s Carly Cummings, ED of the 505 Project and, former sugar addict and always… your fellow life-long student in health and wellness.

As many of you have heard, since having my second child in April, I have lost 45 pounds by doing just one thing: cutting sugar. I am right now discovering what my true body looks like and feels like without sugar.

Sugar consumption is now attributed to 75% of our health care costs (think diabetes, heart disease, fatty liver, inflammation, and dementia) and is in 74% of all our packaged foods.

Over the last 6 months, my life has been transformed with the revelation that most of my health problems and my family’s health history problems can be attributed to sugar consumption. So I pledged to myself and to my family that I would live a low-sugar lifestyle, BUT the holidays are upon us.

What do we do? Sugar is engrained in our traditions and emotions associated with this time of the year. I am of the mind set that sugar should be treated like alcohol. Used with great respect, in small amounts and on special occasions. This is easy to say, but what do we do when we are stressed and just want a cookie, or bored/lonely and craving chocolate, or even enjoying a family tradition that includes baking?

Well, after the holidays, we will all start the Stop Our Sugar 10 Day Sugar Detox, but you can start breaking the bonds of emotional eating right now with this free gift I am giving you all today.

When you sign-up for the StopOurSugar newsletter today you will recieve a free EMOTIONAL EATING SURVIVAL GUIDE. These are four of the most powerful tools available for helping you to win against emotional eating.

Sign-up here for the newsletter to get your free gift for crushing emotional eating and use it through the holiday season to keep your sugar habit moderate and in check until we all start fresh together in January.

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