Have you decided to cut carbs? Here are four things you’ll lose. Two of them, you’ll be happy to kiss goodbye. One you’ll need to replenish, and one you’ll miss, but get back soon. I explain in this post.Read More “4 Things You Lose When You Cut Carbs”
Most of us have experienced the addictive pull of sugary snacks and desserts. But is it the sugar or the sweetness that is addictive? In this post, I share how sweet foods alter your tastebuds, brain, and body. Understanding this connection can help you experience less diet anxiety and get better weight loss results.Read More “Are You Addicted to Sugar or Sweetness? Common Trap for Low-Carb & Keto Dieters”
When you remove sugar from your diet, you stabilize your blood sugar and insulin levels, helping your body burn fat and putting you in control of hunger and cravings. But, sugar is addictive, so how do you stop eating it? It’s doable. In this post, I share five steps you can take today to get sugar out of your life.Read More “How to Stop Eating Sugar [5 Simple Steps to Get Control]”
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Are sugar cravings causing you to break your diet? In this post, I explain how your brain is responsible for sugar cravings, and why most of us fail to break free because we have our strategy backward. The good news is that there’s an easy fix that you can start using today to get control of your cravings.
Eating sugar and weight loss don’t mix. However, sugar is a drug, and when you stop using it, your body goes through withdrawal. So, what is the best way to break free from sugar? Should you go cold turkey and quit all at once, or should you ease yourself off it by reducing the amount that you eat. In this post, we look at each of these options to help you decide your best path to a sugar-free life.Read More “Quitting Sugar: Cold Turkey vs. Cutting Back”
No food is worse for your waistline than sugar. When you eat or drink it, it puts your body in a hormonal state that favors fat storage. But giving up sugar comes at a price.
Like other addictive substances, when you stop taking in sugar, your body goes through withdrawal. So, your reward for stopping sugar is a few days of irritability, headaches, and fatigue. In this post, I’ll share five things that I’ve found helpful when coaching people to a sugar-free lifestyle.Read More “Giving Up Sugar is Hard. Here are 5 Things That Help”