And are you a reader of SUGAR SHOCK! who was then inspired to remove refined sweets from your life?
Did cutting out sugar enable you to boost your energy, release weight, become more cheerful, have better relationships and get other amazing benefits? If your
sugar addiction is a thing of the past — or is under control — we want
to hear from you!
Share your Sugar-Free Success story with me so I
can share it on this Sugar Shock Blog and other places. Please help me
to encourage, educate and inspire other people.
Wondering what a
Sugar-Free Success Story sounds like? Read motivational Kick-Sugar
Success Stories shared previously on the Sugar Shock Blog.
Moore, who I interviewed recently on my Gab
With the Gurus Radio Show
To be featured as a Kick-Sugar Success Story on this Sugar Shock Blog
and on other places, you should have either cut out or heavily cut back
on your sugar and quickie-carb consumption for at least 3 months and
achieved wonderful results. By sharing your story, you agree that I can
publish all or parts of it on my Sugar Shock Blog, any other websites or
in an upcoming book or books. You agree that I can use your name and
photo and that I will edit your story for accuracy and readability. You
agree that you are contributing this piece to help others and that you
are sharing it without compensation. (Sorry!) To tell your sour-to-sweet
story and to be considered for inclusion in this column, just write to me
with answers to the following questions. Please also send photos —
preferably before-and-after photos.
- Your Name (full or first name only), City, State & Country (or
just list state, if you like) & Age (if you choose):
- Your Previous Weight & Height & Your Present Height:
- Favorite Hobbies & Activities Now:
- When did you kick sugar? Have you quit other foods, too? If so,
- What are the biggest BENEFITS you've received from kicking sugar?
- What was your rock-bottom moment before you decided you needed to
change your diet?
- Just how bad were you feeling? What ailments did you have? Please be
- Please describe any pivotal moments. For example, you could share
something that happened in your doctor's office, how you behaved
towards a loved one (like I confessed in Chapter 1 of my book SUGAR
SHOCK!), or what embarrassing event made you decide that it was
high time to tackle your sugar habit, etc.
- What made you finally decide to eliminate sugar and refined carbs to
help with your health issues?
- Describe the day that you finally decided it was time to break
- What were the very first 3 things that you did to prepare yourself
to quit sweets?
- DS (During Your Sugar Days), what did you used to eat?
- Tell us how bad you felt. What was your lowest point? What was it
- What do you think most people don't know about processed carbs that
they need to know?
- How did you first learn about the dangers of sugars and refined
- Did you find a doctor or other health professional (acupuncturist,
nutritionist, etc.), who understood all about how eating sugar triggers
drastic blood sugar swings, etc. Tell us about him or her.
- What were your biggest challenges when kicking sugar and refined
Please help prepare others for any potential pitfalls ahead.
- Do you have any favorite websites, blogs, books, organizations or
support groups that have helped you to lick your habit?
- What are your best 3 tips and tactics to help other people kick
sweets and quickie carbs?
- Please share some final words of wisdom, inspiration, encouragement
motivation to others who are thinking of cutting out sugar and simple
- Add your own question and response, if you like:
Please feel free to share this call for Confessions of Sugar Addicts No
More on your blog or website, in your ezine, on your Facebook page or
via Twitter. Please note that Connie Bennett, author of SUGAR SHOCK!,
and the founder of the Sugar Shock Blog (http://www.SugarShockBlog.com)
is compiling this collection. Please let me know if you've shared this
call to action.
If you are not yet a success story but want to me,
learn how to Break Free of
Your Sugar Addiction in 6 Weeks.