Why There Isn’t a Drug to Help Us Quit Sugar

Yesterday I got an email from a woman who finished her challenge to quit sugar for 30 days. She told me some of what she experienced and learned about herself during the month. She ended the email with this prophetic sentence: “I’m so happy that there wasn’t a pill or a drug that made this easier. […]

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Why Bother With This Sugar Free Challenge?

After 4 years free of foods that contain added sugar, it’s easy to forget the sugar free challenge beginner’s mind. Between coaching, writing, making TV appearances, being interviewed on podcasts, and being a loving dad, living sugar free is an important part of my life. It’s also a very normal part of my life – meaning […]

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Discrimination by Any Other Name

This is a guest post by 30 Days Sugar Free Alumnus Ann Grogan —— Curvy, sassy Amy Schumer received many admiring comments after she was featured nude in Pirelli tire company’s 2016 Annual Calendar. “I felt I looked more beautiful than I’ve ever looked in my life,” Amy said after the shoot by famous photographer […]

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I Can’t Lose Weight!

Guest post by 30 Days Sugar Free Challenger Annie Keeling “I can’t lose weight,” moaned Miya, a friend of our family, who called me up the other day. She said she’d had it with diets but still wished she could lose weight. Her list of weight loss diet attempts was long: Atkins, Zone, South Beach, raw […]

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The Emotional Side of Sugar Addiction

I just caught this post from a woman on Day 10 of her challenge who is already learning about the emotional connection to her sugar addiction. I’ve seen this awareness from alumni of the challenge – but never on Day 10. And that got me thinking… Are We Missing the White Elephant in the Room When it Comes […]

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The Time and Space to Quit Sugar

I was just looking through our Secret Facebook Group – my favorite place on the internet for tuning in with people who are being real about their life and relationship to sugar. I saw this post: Then something occurred to me – how many different versions of Day 1 have I been lucky enough to […]

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Who Else Wants a Better Second Half of 2015?

Join Us on July 1st for 30 Days Sugar Free

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6 – 8 Cokes a Day to 30+ Days Sugar Free – Alumni Interview

I LOVE meeting the alumni of 30 Days Sugar Free – especially people like Jeannea (“pronounced Gina – thanks, mom!”) who came so far and is playing so big. On the day of this interview she was 39 days into the challenge and she speaks honestly about the transformation, challenges, and results – all with […]

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Alumni Open House – What’s Changed?

The stories of transformation from our panel of alumni were inspirational, tear-jerking, and some even very funny. Please share this with anyone you know who might be ready for a foundational change in their life. Use the LIKE and Share buttons below. I was so touched to hear the profound changes reported by these ‘regular people’ […]

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What’s Your Poison?

(Guest post from 30 Days Sugar Free Alumni Jen Summers – thanks, Jen!) When we talk about being sugar-free… where’s the line? Obviously if you continue to chomp your way through a load of cake – it really isn’t going to work. But when you’ve eliminated the obvious suspects, what about natural sugars? What about […]

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