‘Have you ever wondered why you feel helpless when it comes to cutting out certain foods? Or why you struggle to stick to a diet or end up eating much more than you’d planned?
As a carbohydrate, i.e. naturally derived from food, sugar helps supply the energy you need for your daily activities. All of your cells use it. But
refined sugar that you ‘add’ to food and drink is highly addictive and in fact a poison to your system. Your body’s only defense is to immediately tackle it with insulin, turn into fat and store it around your body. Meanwhile, your mind develops an addiction to it and ‘dr
ives’ you to consume more.
This information session and beat sugar addiction workshop can be delivered to suit all:
- One-to-one support with people who want to give up sugar
- Two-hour information session – can be delivered at a venue of your choice
- Half-day or full-day workshop – includes all the education needed about added and refined sugar plus my full beat addiction workshop.
What is covered:
- What is addiction?
- Why added/refined sugar highly addictive
- What happens inside your body when you consume sugar
- How this increases your risk of Type 2 Diabetes
- How sugar ‘drives’ appetite and alters your relationship with food
- How sugar ‘hides’ in at least 80% of food
- What about carbohydrates and fruit?
- The ‘sugar’ difference between juicing and smoothie making
I will then run through key aspects of my 7-Day Beat Addiction Programme or the full workshop depending on your choice of session.
- The subconscious mind
- How addiction works in terms of your mind and body
- Understanding the roles of your subconscious mind, your body and your ‘conscious self’
- Making a decision and starting the process of beating any addiction
- Withdrawal, returning to an addicted society and living well without sugar
Attendees will leave the session with enough knowledge to make an informed decision about their food choices and whether or not to choose to drastically reduce or eliminate added / refined sugar from their diets. They will get the answer to why their relationship with food may have broken down and how to recover it.
If you’d like to discuss sugar addiction either for yourself or to book a group session for your organisation – please give me a
call on 07557 026233, complete the contact form or simply email firstname.lastname@example.org
I look forward to hearing from you!