Do You Crave Sugar? Or a Life that’s Sweeterlicious?

Invitation from Connie. Join the conversation. What does sweeterlicious mean to you?

Woo Hoo!As you may already know, most sugaraholics or carb junkies—the millions battling sugar shock—are leading “lives of quiet desperation” as Henry David Thoreau put it years ago.

As we enter a new year, I invite you to realize: Are you now enduring a life of quiet sugar desperation because of your over-consumption of those culprit carbs?

Are you also leading a life filled with persistent depression and overwhelming anxiety, both of which can be triggered by eating too many sweets and refined carbs?

Thankfully, in 1998, I left behind my sugar-shock gloom by quitting sweets and quickie carbs on doctor’s orders due to my many health woes.

Ever since letting go of sweets 15-plus years ago, it’s been my honor and pleasure to help sugar addicts and carb addicts release their over-attachment to dangerous sweets and such rapidly processed carbohydrates as chips, popcorn, and French fries.

Sure enough, as people have been releasing their sugar or carb addiction, their dreary, dismal, bleak feelings disappear, too. What a treat to witness their remarkable transformation!

For 2014, I invite you to consider turning your back on these dangerous carbs, which mess up your moods, make you fat, and trigger more than 100 diseases or conditions. For help to quit sugar, I invite you to get my book, Beyond Sugar Shock: The 6-Week Plan to Break Free of Your Sugar Addiction & Get Slimmer, Sexier & Sweeter..

So many wonders await you. When you say “No, thank you” to these quickie carbs, you’ll get more sweetness, juiciness, or joy in your life. You’ll start to feel so good that you want to holler, “Woo Hoo!”

In other words, when you say “Yes, please” to real, live, organic foods, you”re paving the way to get a life that’s sweeterlicious.  By that I mean sweeter, delicious, luscious, scrumptious, and sensuous.

Sweeterlicious also conveys fun, love, passion, pleasure, purpose, harmony, laughter, satisfaction, and connection with yourself, other people and your higher power.

Read my article now on Heal Your Life to discover three steps to help you have a life that’s sweeterlicious.

Invitation from Connie. Join the conversation. What does sweeterlicious mean to you?

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