Fed Up? Three Simple Ways to Beat Sugar

If you haven’t yet seen FED UP, I hope you will soon. On this page I want to give you a few simple ways to take immediate action towards a healthier diet for you and your family. (To see my review of FED UP, click here)I quit eating anything containing processed/refined sugar on Leap Day […]

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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’ who have […]

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Movie Review: Fed Up!

Los Angeles – It was a packed theater Saturday night for the opening of Fed Up. Billed as “a movie the food industry doesn’t want you to see”, the film’s Producer/Director, Stephanie Soechtig was in attendance and would be holding a live Q&A after the showing.I grabbed my 3rd row aisle seat and scoped the […]

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Fed Up Movie – and a Simple Tip to Cut Down on Sugar

Fed Up – The Movie – Producer Laurie David and Writer/Director Stephanie Soechtig of the new documentary film Fed Up will be in attendance and doing a live Q&A following the film tomorrow night, May 10th, in Los Angeles.I jumped onto the ‘ol Interweb and picked up a few tickets for this event. The picture at the left is […]

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Which Has More Sugar – PB&J or 4 Twinkies?

I did this segment on San Diego Living recently and have received a few emails from people who saw the spot. They were asking me what kind of numbers I was using to come up with this – they were outraged!While stirring up emotions is the first step to change – it appears my math […]

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How About This for April Fools’ Day?

April is a great month for a challenge for two reasons: it has 30 days, and it starts with a holiday where you’re supposed to do something silly!What if you told yourself that you were going to go 30 Days Sugar Free starting on April 1st?There are people from around the world who have already […]

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Know the Source of Information

Just came across this commercial from the organization that exists solely to make sure that its members sell lots of corn – and that it gets turned into sugar!Their 30-second message is filled with lame sound bytes and I can’t just sit back and let it slide.You can see more support for their position on […]

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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 fructose? What […]

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50-Year Old Colorado Woman – Sugar Free and Alive

We have the most fabulous community of people in 30 Days Sugar Free. Every once in a while I witness a story so game-changing that I have to reach out and ask for an interview.A handful of days before her 100th sugar free birthday, Linda Durland agreed to jump on and talk about her journey.Name: […]

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Everything Has Sugar!

As a coach for 30 Days Sugar Free, I hear one sentence everyday while speaking to people who are considering the challenge.“How could I do that – everything has sugar!”That sentence is music to the ears of food manufacturers around the world that have managed to work the cheap and addictive substance into everything from […]

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