Freedom From Sugar Addiction Workshop
The 7 step system that helped thousands of women become free of sugar addiction and reclaim their health and their lives.
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You are invited to change your relationship with sugar forever, to change your health and to change your life.
I have taught this workshop to thousands of women and I have witnessed how life changing it is. I want these tools to be available and accessible to all women so I am pricing them on a ‘pay what you can’ scale. Please look at the price scale and pay as much as you can. By paying a higher price, you are making it possible for me to offer the lower price to women who are on a low/no income.
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“The Freedom From Sugar Addiction workshop was just right for me. I’d been contemplating looking at my sugar intake, but was reluctant to do anything drastic or complicated where I would fall into bad habits again quickly. This workshop is positive, can-do and focuses on small achievable steps that are easy to incorporate into a busy (and sugar addicted) life. One of the most important things in this process is information, and Rachel provides really clear information to help you understand WHY sugar is so addictive and HOW it influences your body.
Since starting this programme and reducing my sugar intake there are several things I’ve noticed. One, how much sugar is in EVERYTHING. Even stock cubes have added sugar! Two, I’ve noticed how my body reacts after eating things with or without added sugar. Things with refined sugar (e.g. cookies) make me want to eat more immediately, even if I didn’t really like the food in the first place! After eating a snack with natural sugars (e.g. nuts & raisins) I don’t feel an immediate craving for more.
I love how the main focus is on feeling good about yourself and feeling good in your body. That makes it less about cutting out sugar, and more about reducing the craving for it in the first place through a better understanding mentally and making informed choices about food physically.”