Let me bring you some good-natured mirth and merriment, giggles and guffaws, along with lots of smiles.
Meet Sugar Shock Cartoons, which are designed to lift your spirits, help you see the error of your unhealthy ways and laugh while you get back on track.
Humor is what we all need. Laughter, after all, has been hailed as the best medicine.
For more than a decade, I’ve been concerned by the preponderance of seriousness.
Even while I was healing after my Mom died, I got tired of all the dire warnings about the dangers of sugar and carbage (carb garbage).
Enough already! It’s time to ditch your glum, dour, morose feelings — even those about being hooked on junk foods filled with sugar, carbs, fat and salt.
When you let go of those dangerous processed sugars and carbs and start to eat cleanly, that’s not the time to wallow in melancholy.
Rather, when you eat wholesome, sugar-free, real foods, you’ll have a sweeter, happier and more joyful life.
It’s time to get excited. It’s time to smile, chuckle and laugh.
Which brings me to the point of Sugar Shock Cartoons.
Laughter is the missing ingredient in many diet plans and in many people’s lives, for that matter.
What if you changed your attitude towards unhealthy junk foods, which may tempt you in our convenience-driven, fast-paced world? What if you saw these unwholesome nibbles as colorful, absurd, and inedible? What if you instead became a calm, active, charismatic person, who is dedicated to health and wellness? Which means Sugar Shock won’t be in the picture for your body.
Remember, levity is not only healthy for you, but it performs a valuable role to help you deal with serious subjects such as those I discuss.
Sugar Shock Cartoons are intended to be humorous, if not ludicrous. They’re also designed to be shocking and awe-opening. And they’re intended to be entertaining. But bear in mind that they have a strong element of truth.
So let’s have some fun together taking a whimsical approach.
Join me in seeing the absurdity of your Crazy Cravings™ (as I call them) for junk foods full of sugar, carbs, fat or salt.
Then share these cartoons so your friends, family members, and social media followers can also chuckle, laugh or smile.
Now, many thanks to talented cartoonist Isabella Bannerman.
Why cartoons, you may be wondering?
One day after I’d had enough seriousness, trauma and heartbreak, I’d had enough. So Shock Cartoons were born.
Bear in mind that you can find lots of research about the power of humor and laughter.
- Laughter is therapeutic.
- Getting guffaws going is helpful for your cardiovascular system.
- Cracking up helps to relieve stress.
- Laughter leads to learning .
So join me. Chuckle, crack up or, at least, smile with us at the absurdity of our Sugar Shock World.
Remember, your friends, relatives and co-workers need some humor, too.
Meet the Cartoonist
To create humorous Sugar Shock Cartoons, I’ve teamed up with the talented Isabella Bannerman, who is the Monday artist for
Six Chix , a clever, comic strip internationally syndicated by King Features .
Isabella’s award-winning cartoons and illustrations have appeared in many publications, including The New York Times , Glamour , The Funny Times ,World War 3 Illustrated , and Hudson Mod Magazine. In addition, as an animator, Isabella also has worked on MTV’s “Doug,” “Pee Wee’s Playhouse,” MTV spots, and other television shows and commercials.
Share Sugar Shock Cartoons with your friends, colleagues and loved ones, who can, in turn, share these comics with their millions of cherished favorite peeps from around the world.
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