You know it's not good for you.
You've tried to give it up 100 times.
And yet the cravings kick in everyday, or almost everyday, around the same time.
The chocolate in your desk at work.
The cookies in the break room.
Your kids' treats stashed up high so they can't reach... only you can.
You indulge, telling yourself this will be the last time.
Tomorrow you will do better.
But then it comes again.
That relentless sugar craving.
The truth is that sugar is addictive.
It can be the hardest food habit to break.
But the other truth is, it can be broken.
Many people, when they hear that sugar is addictive, think "Oh well, fuck it. I'm addicted, there's nothing I can do about it."
Addiction can be disrupted-- just ask anyone in recovery.
It might be hard, but you can do hard things.
AND, most of us are not true sugar addicts.
We just don't know how to feel our feelings-- the feelings of discomfort when our brain craves a dopamine hit and sugar is the easiest, fastest, cheapest route to get there and yet we choose not to eat it.
If you are ready to stop making excuses and get serious about breaking your sugar habit, download the cheatsheet below and get started today.
Breaking your sugar habit is totally possible. I did it, my clients have done it, and you can do it too.
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Lia Pinelli is a weight loss coach and educator who helps women put an end to emotional overeating and lose weight, permanently.