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Quitting Sugar - Can it change your life?

  Broadcast in Weight Loss

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If you have ever attempted to quit eating sugar, you will know that it's no easy feat. Why? Because sugar can be found in  practically everything today, from ketchup to bread to spices and the list goes on. Really, in order to avoid sugar you have to be an expert at reading labels and identifying all of the names that products use to disguise sugar. High Fructose Corn Syrup (HFCS) is a big culprit as are the artificial sweeteners like Aspartame and even sugar alcohols like malitol and sorbitol, all of which can wreak havoc on your body if you are trying to eliminate sugar due to health issues. If the label has any words ending in "ose" then know that it has some form of sugar. So in a world where sugar appears in all things, how does one quit eating this substance that is so addicting?!

Enter my next guest Samantha Sutherland, who recently wrote an article, Why Quitting Sugar Changed My Life. When I read it, I knew I had to have her on the show to explain her story further for all of us who have tried quitting sugar and have not had much success just because it's so difficult. You will discover that Samantha considered herself a yo-yo dieter who could not get food off of her mind, can anyone relate? Of course, we all can if we have struggled to get to our ideal body weight.

After many attempts at quitting sugar, Samantha was finally able to do it and the result was FREEDOM. Freedom in a way she never experienced before. Tune in to the show and learn about this freedom that Samantha has discovered and see what you can learn about how to quit sugar once and for all. Join us as we go international as Samantha is from Australia.

Visit the main website at: http://www.letstalkhealthradio.com/2013/03/quitting-sugar-can-it-change-your-life/

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Quitting Sugar
Yo-yo dieting
Health and Wellness
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