Sugar Addiction Awareness Time: The Day Before Halloween

Halloween Vampire_and_Zombie_Trick_Or_Treating_Royalty_Free_Clipart_Picture_081017-130779-321009Tomorrow, millions of Americans will celebrate Halloween, which has become a National Sugar Overload Day.

This means that teens and tots all across America will gorge on candies galore.

So today, I invite you to boost your sugar consciousness. 

Join us today for the first ever Sugar Addiction Awareness Day, thanks to organizer Jill Escher.

Granted, all across America tomorrow, people will hand out candies galore, forking over about $2.3 billion this year.

Let's face it, it's Halloween dilemma time, as the Los Angeles Times so aptly points out.

Join us for the first ever Sugar Addiction Awareness Day Gab with the Gurus Radio Show.

In this show, Sugar Addiction Awareness Day founder Jill Escher joins me. Listen now to find out how to:

  • Help your kids avoid going into huge sugar shock.
  • Talk to your kids before they go trick or treating on Halloween.
  • Deal with your kids if they come back home hyped up on sugar.
  • Get involved with Sugar Addiction Awareness Day.
  • Begin to break free of your own sugar addiction. (You'll get some easy steps. In addition, you can learn about my Sugar Freedom Now Course here.

Gotta dash. It's time for one of my big treats of the day — a fun class at Equinox, my gym.