Share Your Stop Sugar Shock Success Story

Happy people Have
you lost weight or overcome another health problem by
completely kicking or cutting back on sugar, refined carbs and other
high-glycemic foods?

Kicking those "culprit carbs" (what I call them) is one of the most effective ways to
lose weight and overcome a variety of health challenges, as
thousands of people — whom I call "Sugar Kickers" — have been telling
me for years.

If you're a Kick-Sugar Success Story — whether you lost weight, got more energy, improved your moods or got your diabetes under control — I want to tell your tale here! By sharing your story, you'll be able to inspire, motivate, and encourage others.

Wondering what I mean? Read some motivational Kick-Sugar Success Stories we've told so far:

Want to tell your story? Contact me now.

Not a success story yet? No problem!

If you haven't yet kicked sugar or refined carbs, don't fret. I know
that many of you won't want to deal with your quickie-carb habit until
you learn "What's in it for me?"

To learn about the amazing benefits of stomping out your sugar habit
for good, I've interviewed 12 "Sugar Kickers," who told their
exciting stories in free teleseminars I conducted. Listen now to their stories here. (There is no cost.)

In addition, you can hear my tale as well as that of Roberta
Ruggiero, who was my Kick-Sugar Guardian Angel back in 1998.

Get inspired now! Listen for free to our kick-sugar success stories.

Remember: I want to hear from you! Do you have a Kick-Sugar Success
Story to share? Just send a comment to this blog, and I get back to you
shortly.

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Connie Bennett is the bestselling author of Sugar Shock (Berkley Books) and Beyond Sugar Shock (Hay House), one or both of which have been praised by Dr. Mehmet Oz, Dr. Christiane Northrup, Dr. Daniel Amen, Dr. Mark Hyman and many others. Connie is now completing her next book, Crush Your Cravings On the Go™ and the companion Crush Your Cravings System, both of which will help people easily, quickly let their cravings go. Her interest in the subject was triggered in late 2012, when she walloped by Crazy Carb Cravings after helplessly standing by her abusive, dying mother .

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One thought on “Share Your Stop Sugar Shock Success Story

  1. On October 25, 2008, I stopped eating flour and sugar. I realized that I was addicted to flour and sugar and both were ruining my life. I’d been a binge eater and addicted to sugar my entire life. Since then, I’ve lost 30 pounds and seldom go a day without someone complimenting me or asking how I did it. (I’m 6’ tall and weigh 169 lbs. I’m in the best shape I’ve ever been in.)
    With God’s help, I’ll never eat flour or sugar again. (One day at a time). I believe that 75% of Americans are addicted to flour and sugar. The weight epidemic and obesity epidemic are the results of a society hooked on these two drugs. For many, possibly most, moderation is not the answer. I repeat, MODERATION IN MOST CASES IS NOT THE ANSWER. You wouldn’t tell an alcoholic to “just have a few” or a smoker to “just smoke one a day” would you? But, there are countless weight programs that tout moderation as a solution. It’s too late for moderation. Our country is hooked.
    It’s no accident that obesity has tripled in the last thirty years. This is the exact period when agriculture, specifically flour, corn, and wheat production, in America has flourished the most. The increase in production of flour and sugar has gone hand in hand with the weight epidemic and obesity. I am suggesting that we call sugar and flour what they really are: addictive drugs.
    I hope that in your position, you might consider joining me in my fight against flour and sugar. If you’ve ever been to a CEA meeting (Compulsive Eater’s Anonymous), you’ll see that flour and sugar are recognized as addictive evils. Members of CEA are never allowed to eat flour or sugar again. I’ve been to such meetings. I’ve been abstinent for 16 months now. (Thank God!)
    Join me in my fight against flour and sugar and thank you so much for your fight against obesity! Join me in the fight against food addiction! I’d like to at least suggest to people that they may be addicted to flour and sugar let them make up their own minds. We need to get the word out. Think about it: Parents may be unknowingly addicting their own children and setting them up for a life of obesity. I hope to one day see an obese person on the TV show Intervention. Let’s intervene now!
    Sincerely,
    Jeff Brown
    Long Beach, CA