You constantly craving sugar.
For motivation, you reward yourself with something sweet.
You binge on sugar when you’re alone and/or you have a secret stash of sugar.
You eat sugary foods past the point you intended.
Your taste buds are dulled to sweet foods.
You make special trips to the store to satisfy your sugar cravings.
You have tried to stop eating sugar, and you can’t.
Kick Sugar in 30 will help you understand how sugar is affecting your overall health in body and mind. This 30-day program will guide you in eliminating sugar from your diet so that you can bust your sugar cravings, take control of your health, increase your energy, and appreciate the sweetness of an apple.
In this program, you’ll learn how sugar is really affecting your health! Because the effect that sugar, has on your body goes far beyond your waistline. It affects your sleep, your focus, your mental clarity, and elicits those irrational mid-afternoon extreme sugar cravings. If you find yourself not even being able to make it through the day without wanting or needing more sugar or a hit of caffeine, it's time to break the cycle and Kick Sugar in 30!
Incredibly informative and very motivating. I am going to kick my sugar habit starting now! I’m feeling optimistic at this moment and will utilize the resources provided. Excited to see how far I can go, as my chronic addiction to sugar has likely...Read More
Incredibly informative and very motivating. I am going to kick my sugar habit starting now! I’m feeling optimistic at this moment and will utilize the resources provided. Excited to see how far I can go, as my chronic addiction to sugar has likely been contributing to multiple issues (low energy, inflammation, anxiety, stress, etc). Thank you so much and will keep you updated!Read Less
- Welcome to Kick Sugar in 30!
- Group Support
- The Beginning
- The Sugar List
- Sugar Habits
- The Sugar Detox Recipes
- Your Body on Sugar
- Your Brain on Sugar
Hi! I’m Jenna. A born-and-raised farm girl with nothing more than a passion and a dream to help others find freedom from food, as an Emotional Eating Coach. Using food as comfort has been my fallback my entire life and I have struggled with obesity because of an unhealthy relationship with food. When I graduated university with a Bachelor of Science in Agriculture in 2010, my weight had climbed to 295 pounds. The day I stepped on the scale and saw that number staring back at me was a turning point in my life. I developed the tools to help me get out of my vicious cycle and finally gain my health back. I no longer turned to food for comfort and found other healthy modalities that helped me deal with my severe depression. Through my formal education and experience, I believe nutrient-dense foods are the key to optimal health. Nurturing the body starts with whole food. But I also believe it’s not about the food. How we view food and our relationships towards food is the bigger issue. The harder issue, the issue that people shy away. Keeping the weight off for 5 years isn’t because nutrition became my passion, but because I learned to have a healthy relationship with food.
This course was created for you if you feel obsessed with sugar.
The effects of having a sweet tooth are more vast than just cavities. And there has been a steady increase in sugar consumption since then. Refined sugars are found in a wide variety of processed foods, including salad dressings, baked goods, frozen dinners, bacon, canned goods, cereals, soda, juice, jams, candy, etc.
Excess sugar is linked to obesity and various health issues. Sugar is nutrient void and the more you consume, the more you have to eat to get your minimum nutrient requirements. Sugar is rapidly absorbed into your bloodstream. Therefore, consuming foods that are high in sugar, spikes your blood sugar which creates a demand for insulin followed up a blood sugar crash. This blood sugar roller coaster leaves you feeling tired, shaky, irritable or weak. This high demand for insulin and low blood sugar is stressful on the body.
The habitual consumption of sugar-sweetened beverages has been associated with the occurrence of type 2 diabetes, independent of obesity. Sugar is readily absorbed into the bloodstream, therefore consuming excess sugar results in a spike in blood glucose levels. This creates a strain on your pancreas to produce more insulin to combat the high levels of blood sugar.
Not only does sugar consumption affect your waistline but it has negative effects on your heart. Saturated fat has gotten a bad rap for heart disease when in fact sugar is a more likely culprit. A 2014 study demonstrated the correlation between increased sugar consumption and an increased risk of cardiovascular disease (CVD).
Knowing all that, are you ready to Kick Sugar for good?