25 Sugar-Free Foods That Will Make You Drool

When was the last time you ate something that didn’t have added sugar? From obvious suspects like cloying cappuccinos to concealed culprits like salad dressings, sugar is in everything. Sugar addiction has corrupted our taste buds. We have forgotten how to appreciate the nuanced bitterness of black coffee, the addictive tartness of fresh raspberries, the satisfying […]

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10 Reasons Why You Should Quit Sugar

Like a smooth-talking con artist, added sugar provides you with fleeting moments of happiness and plagues you with enduring feelings of regret. A popular source of comfort and a staple of every celebration, this diabolically sweet ingredient is responsible for unwarranted physical, emotional and financial pains. At least 29 million Americans have diabetes, with the […]

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Sugar Free Diet: The Ultimate Guide to Cutting Added Sugars

The health industry has a new enemy: sugar. The American Heart Association recommends no more than 6 teaspoons of sugar a day for women, and 9 teaspoons of day for men. But the average American consumes at least three times more sugar on a daily basis. From sugary sodas and rich desserts to the supposedly […]

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How to Quit Sugar Without Hating Your Life

One can of Coke contains 39 grams of sugar. The American Heart Association (AHA) recommends 36 grams of sugar for men and 24 grams of sugar for women per day. Just one can puts you above that daily recommendation, which is also endorsed by the World Health Organization. In the last three decades, sugar consumption […]

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Spring Into The Best Health of Your Life

I took a walk in the mountains today. It dawned on me, while navigating a squirrelly little section of the trail, that Spring is the best time give yourself a completely new opportunity around health. Register right here and use the Promo Code: SPRING2017 for a 25% discount on the lifetime membership for 30 Days […]

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What are You Ready to Complete?

I did a half back flip on a trampoline the day after Christmas. For those of you who are congratulating me, let me be more clear. My son assured me that he could spot me while I attempted my first ever back flip, and I believed him. 60 pounds lighter than me. 5 inches shorter than […]

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Two Simple Tips for Optimum Winter & Spring Health

It’s cold and wet in most of the northern hemisphere. For a lot of people, sadly, that brings the added unpleasantness of a cold or flu. Today I want to quickly share two practices that will keep you healthy while those around us sniff, cough, and wheeze the days away. In fact, at the risk […]

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Juggling BBQ Tools Saves Me Time

[If you’re a vegetarian, this post isn’t for you. I’ll do something special for you next week!] There is a delicate balance we must reconcile if we are going to eat healthy, keep our jobs, spend time with our friends/family, and not go broke. I recently discovered ButcherBox and have fallen in love with it. […]

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On Thanksgiving – Take Responsibility for Everything

Of course this is in addition to being grateful – certainly not a substitute! The idea is, while you’re away from work, enjoying some down time, taking inventory on all that you are grateful for in your life, take a few moments  and see what you are willing to take responsibility for, too. It’s a […]

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Type 2 Diabetes – a Disease of Choice?

Today I interviewed Beatrice Hair about the relationship between sugar and Type 2 Diabetes. Beatrice is an author, speaker, and health coach with degrees in education, health and sports science, and curriculum creation. That’s a lot of words to say that she is smart and knows her stuff around Type 2 Diabetes and turning it […]

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