Dig Up Your Sugar Truth so You Can Break Free -- A Cravings-Crushing Monday Feature
People often ask me, “Connie, what’s the very first thing I should do help me kick my sugar habit for good?”
This has been one of the Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) I’ve been receiving for the past 18 years, ever since I reluctantly quit sweets and processed carbs on doctor’s orders. (For those of you want some help with the math, that was in 1998.)
So let me speed up your kick-sugar process.
The first things to do to Crush Your Cravings and quit processed sweets and carbs is to Dig Up Your Sugar Truth.
This is a conclusion I’ve reached after coaching and guiding thousands of sugar addicts, who long to ditch destructive dessert patterns, conquer carb fantasies and break free.
FYI, I use the word “sugar” to apply to agave, honey, barley malt or any processed carb.
Admittedly, it may be a little challenging or even embarrassing or downright disgusting to think about your Sugar Truth, but soon you’ll find it enlightening and eye-opening. It also will kick your butt!
Indeed, it’s so important and helpful for you to find out why you want that donut or Danish now.
A Cravings-Crushing Monday Feature: My First Interview in Years for the Free Yourself From Dieting... Losing Weight from the Inside Out Summit
This week, for Cravings-Crushing Monday, I’m going to share one ridiculously easy way to get a handle on your popcorn bingeing. However, this week, instead of writing about the tool, I’m urging you to listen to my first interview in about three years so you can discover how to take control of your popcorn intake while in the movie theater or when you’re on the run.
A Cravings-Crushing Mondays™ Feature: Get the Shocking Sugar Truth!
You’re probably overdosing on some 60 to 90 teaspoons of Sneaky Hidden Sugars™—as I call them—at least 22 times a day.
Indeed, you may be dipping in and out of Sugar Shock for much of your day, and you may be unknowingly sabotaging your weight-loss efforts every single timeyou eat foods from cans, jars or packages. How can you be eating that much sugar?
Guest Post from Nutrition Myth Buster Jonny Bowden: Get The Truth About Fat Loss This Week
Today, it’s s my pleasure to present a guest blog post from my friend and colleague Jonny Bowden, aka “The Nutrition Myth Buster.” An internationally recognized board-certified nutritionist (with a PhD in holistic nutrition), Jonny has written 15 books, including the controversial The Great Cholesterol Myth. He has spoken at conferences around the world, appeared on “The Dr. Oz, Show,” “The Doctors” and every major television network, and has written or contributed to articles in over 200 print and online publications, from The New York Times to The National Enquirer. This week, Jonny is presenting his exciting Truth About Fat Loss Summit, which features 30-plus experts in from today, April 25, through May 2, 2016. Now, here’s Jonny’s fascinating blog post. (Please note that Jonny’s post replaces the regular Cravings-Crushing Mondays feature.)
One of the biggest myths about weight loss is that “it’s all about calories”.
Every one of us has been indoctrinated with the idea that we get fat because we eat too many calories.
“Calories in, calories out” has been the mantra of the diet establishment for the past 40 years.
Just think about the number of times you’ve heard this refrain:
“If you eat more calories than you burn”, (experts have told us,, “you will gain weight. But if you burn more calories than you eat, you will lose weight”.
Except for one thing. It’s not true.
Well, let me amend that slightly. It’s MOSTLY not true.
Calories do count—but when it comes to gaining and losing body fat, they are very far from the complete story.
One of the many truths that emerged from the thirty plus hours of in-depth interviews with the world’s greatest experts in my upcoming Truth About Fat Loss Summit was this:
A calorie is NOT just a calorie. And all calories are very far from being created equally.