The #1 fear most people have when it comes to sugar addiction is not being able to quit eating sugar. More accurately, they fear how terrible they’ll feel when they stop eating it — and fear that will drive them back where they started.
The good news is it doesn’t have to be that way.
It took me quite a long time to get to where I am today with my sugar addiction — off sugar and with no cravings. But let’s be fair — I had no one back then to give me specific instructions or helpful coaching.
Instead, I was reading articles in science journals that sounded something like this: “Radio assays were performed on rat brain….”
Yes, the information was that exciting — and that remote from my personal struggles with sugar. For me, quitting sugar was about putting bits and pieces together and turning them into a formula to follow.
Now that sugar is recognized as addictive — and sugar addiction is recognized as problematic and widespread — books and guidelines on quitting are everywhere. I’ve written both.
So how long DOES quitting sugar take?
Getting rid of cravings for good will take a while, but quitting takes much less time. The answer is less than a week — if you do it right.
I’d love to help you do it right. Please visit www.FoodAddictionSolutions.com/Coaching and request your free Last Resort Nutrition® Cravings-Crusher Consult. Find out how great you can feel and how much energy you can have when you’re off sugar and free of cravings!
Contact her at firstname.lastname@example.org
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