By: Dave Smith

By: Dave Smith

Overcoming sugar addiction could mean the difference between finally being able to lose weight, eating a health diet, feeling full of natural energy or…

Continuing to struggle with perpetual weight-gain, yo-yo dieting, daily energy crashes, and the frustration that comes with a dependence on eating sweet foods.

So, if you’ve been trapped by the powerful sugar cravings for many months or even years, the following 7 scientifically proven steps are going to restore your health and revitalize your body.

It's Time to Overcome Your Addiction to Sugar

Most people are well aware that consuming a lot of sugar isn’t exactly healthy, but many people may not understand just how dangerous sugar can be. Over and over again, research shows that sugar is directly linked to obesity [1], cardiovascular disease [2], and many other health issues [3] that none of us want to deal with.

Since you’re here looking for an action plan to break your sugar addiction, I’m sure you already know that eating sugar is pretty bad for you. Maybe you’ve even read some of the research that I’ll cite in this article.

However, people who talk to me about their sugar addiction often know that sugar is bad. Just like you, they understand that sugar can be deadly, but something is preventing them from breaking their own addiction:

  • They don’t realize how much sugar they actually consume
  • They don’t believe that their sugar consumption is tied to an addiction
  • They’ve tried to quit eating sugar but found it too hard

Overcoming sugar addiction could mean the difference between finally being able to lose weight, eating a health diet, feeling full of natural energy or…

Continuing to struggle with perpetual weight-gain, yo-yo dieting, daily energy crashes, and the frustration that comes with a dependence on eating sweet foods.

So, if you’ve been trapped by the powerful sugar cravings for many months or even years, the following 7 scientifically proven steps are going to restore your health and revitalize your body.

It's Time to Overcome Your Addiction to Sugar

Most people are well aware that consuming a lot of sugar isn’t exactly healthy, but many people may not understand just how dangerous sugar can be. Over and over again, research shows that sugar is directly linked to obesity [1], cardiovascular disease [2], and many other health issues [3] that none of us want to deal with.

Since you’re here looking for an action plan to break your sugar addiction, I’m sure you already know that eating sugar is pretty bad for you. Maybe you’ve even read some of the research that I’ll cite in this article.

However, people who talk to me about their sugar addiction often know that sugar is bad. Just like you, they understand that sugar can be deadly, but something is preventing them from breaking their own addiction:

  • They don’t realize how much sugar they actually consume
  • They don’t believe that their sugar consumption is tied to an addiction
  • They’ve tried to quit eating sugar but found it too hard

Why Sugar Addiction is So Strong

Some people point out that sugar is natural, and therefore can’t be that bad. And while that statement might be true for some foods, like fruit, where the sugar is naturally-occurring and comes along with many helpful vitamins and nutrients, most of the sugar we consume is highly-refined and is LOADED into pretty much every processed and pre-packaged food you’ll find in the grocery store.

The fact is there is no dietary requirement for sugar. You need to eat protein. You need to eat carbohydrates. You need to eat fat. You do NOT need to eat any sugar at all.

Our food supply is broken and there is far too much sugar hidden in most of the foods we eat every day. This excess sugar consumption is directly or indirectly to be blamed for our obesity epidemic, developmental issues in children [4], and even many psychological and behavioural issues [5], many of which we tend to treat with prescription drugs!

Even scarier is the dependence sugar quickly creates for even more sugar! You will not become obese overnight, or develop heart disease, or lose bone density, but sugar addiction will produce these sorts of harmful effects little by little. One cookie here, one sweetened drink there…

Before you know it, sugar addiction has taken hold and those sweet cravings are present in your life every single day.

If you’re here and are looking for a process to help you break your sugar addiction, chances are you’re already too familiar with the sugar craving cycle that looks like this:

Does any of this look familiar to you?

This represents what you see and feel on the outside, but it’s caused by events that are occurring inside your body.

When you eat sugar, especially the refined variety or even some refined grains and other processed foods that your body quickly converts into sugar, your body goes through a process like this:

Yikes!

One look at that cycle and it’s no wonder sugar addiction is so real, so powerful, and has gripped the lives of many people so tightly!

Even worse...

The multibillion dollar food industry has a compelling reason to want our sugar addictions to remain strong – their sales depend on it. That’s why they sneak sugar into our foods, labelling those foods as “low fat” or “free from artificial flavours.” Those statements may be true, but they are simply masking sugar-laden products with a false claim of somehow being healthy.

For example, many yogurts (often marketed as a healthy snack) contain up to 30 grams of sugar per serving. That’s right, the yogurt you’re eating, and feeding to your family, may contain more sugar than a chocolate bar!

The same can be said for breakfast cereals, granola bars, fruit juices, and many other relatively “healthy” foods that we eat regularly.

Are You Really Eating That Much Sugar?

Do you try to eat a pretty healthy diet? Do you watch your calorie intake? Do you eat some fresh fruits and veggies most days?

That’s fantastic – you’re doing some good for your body! But, despite our best efforts, most people are still eating WAY too much sugar. In fact, the average adult eats about 152 pounds of sugar every single year [6].

And guess what?

The situation isn’t getting any better…

American sugar intake – courtesy of Business Insider.

Even if you’re not reaching for ice cream, cookies, and baked desserts every day, you’re still likely eating a lot of sugar simply because it’s so hard to avoid these days. Plus, as I mentioned earlier, many other refined grains and processed foods act just like sugar once you eat them – they spike your blood sugar and the nasty sugar craving cycle begins.

So just how much sugar is hiding in your food?

Think about this: A food label can claim that it’s “low in sugar” if it contains less than 5 grams per 100 grams of that food [7]. A sugar cube, like those you might put if your coffee, contain 4 grams of sugar. Now, with those reference points, take a look at these examples:

Why Sugar Addiction is So Strong

Some people point out that sugar is natural, and therefore can’t be that bad. And while that statement might be true for some foods, like fruit, where the sugar is naturally-occurring and comes along with many helpful vitamins and nutrients, most of the sugar we consume is highly-refined and is LOADED into pretty much every processed and pre-packaged food you’ll find in the grocery store.

The fact is there is no dietary requirement for sugar. You need to eat protein. You need to eat carbohydrates. You need to eat fat. You do NOT need to eat any sugar at all.

Our food supply is broken and there is far too much sugar hidden in most of the foods we eat every day. This excess sugar consumption is directly or indirectly to be blamed for our obesity epidemic, developmental issues in children [4], and even many psychological and behavioural issues [5], many of which we tend to treat with prescription drugs!

Even scarier is the dependence sugar quickly creates for even more sugar! You will not become obese overnight, or develop heart disease, or lose bone density, but sugar addiction will produce these sorts of harmful effects little by little. One cookie here, one sweetened drink there…

Before you know it, sugar addiction has taken hold and those sweet cravings are present in your life every single day.

If you’re here and are looking for a process to help you break your sugar addiction, chances are you’re already too familiar with the sugar craving cycle that looks like this:

Does any of this look familiar to you?

This represents what you see and feel on the outside, but it’s caused by events that are occurring inside your body.

When you eat sugar, especially the refined variety or even some refined grains and other processed foods that your body quickly converts into sugar, your body goes through a process like this:

Yikes!

One look at that cycle and it’s no wonder sugar addiction is so real, so powerful, and has gripped the lives of many people so tightly!

Even worse...

The multibillion dollar food industry has a compelling reason to want our sugar addictions to remain strong – their sales depend on it. That’s why they sneak sugar into our foods, labelling those foods as “low fat” or “free from artificial flavours.” Those statements may be true, but they are simply masking sugar-laden products with a false claim of somehow being healthy.

For example, many yogurts (often marketed as a healthy snack) contain up to 30 grams of sugar per serving. That’s right, the yogurt you’re eating, and feeding to your family, may contain more sugar than a chocolate bar!

The same can be said for breakfast cereals, granola bars, fruit juices, and many other relatively “healthy” foods that we eat regularly.

Are You Really Eating That Much Sugar?

Do you try to eat a pretty healthy diet? Do you watch your calorie intake? Do you eat some fresh fruits and veggies most days?

That’s fantastic – you’re doing some good for your body! But, despite our best efforts, most people are still eating WAY too much sugar. In fact, the average adult eats about 152 pounds of sugar every single year [6].

And guess what?

The situation isn’t getting any better…

American sugar intake – courtesy of Business Insider.

Even if you’re not reaching for ice cream, cookies, and baked desserts every day, you’re still likely eating a lot of sugar simply because it’s so hard to avoid these days. Plus, as I mentioned earlier, many other refined grains and processed foods act just like sugar once you eat them – they spike your blood sugar and the nasty sugar craving cycle begins.

So just how much sugar is hiding in your food?

Think about this: A food label can claim that it’s “low in sugar” if it contains less than 5 grams per 100 grams of that food [7]. A sugar cube, like those you might put if your coffee, contain 4 grams of sugar. Now, with those reference points, take a look at these examples:

Is a Sugar Addiction as Powerful as Cocaine Addiction?

I think we’d all agree that cocaine is a very addictive substance. How does sugar compare?

Consuming sugar sparks your nucleus accumbens [8], the area of the brain often referred to as the “reward centre.” When your nucleus accumbens is stimulated, it releases dopamine, and you begin to feel very good very quickly.

The more sugar your food contains, the more dopamine is released, and the bigger “high” you experience. But...

Just like cocaine and other addictive drugs, over time your brain requires more sugar in order to generate the same high. Your dopamine receptors become less sensitive to the presence of sugar, and your addiction to sugar grows stronger.

Is a Sugar Addiction as Powerful as Cocaine Addiction?

I think we’d all agree that cocaine is a very addictive substance. How does sugar compare?

Consuming sugar sparks your nucleus accumbens [8], the area of the brain often referred to as the “reward centre.” When your nucleus accumbens is stimulated, it releases dopamine, and you begin to feel very good very quickly.

The more sugar your food contains, the more dopamine is released, and the bigger “high” you experience. But...

Just like cocaine and other addictive drugs, over time your brain requires more sugar in order to generate the same high. Your dopamine receptors become less sensitive to the presence of sugar, and your addiction to sugar grows stronger.

Dave has been a personal trainer since 2001 and was chosen as Canada's Top Fitness Professional in 2013 for his dedication to his clients' success.

Dave has been a personal trainer since 2001 and was chosen as Canada's Top Fitness Professional in 2013 for his dedication to his clients' success.

Sugar Is Killing Millions Of People Each And Every Year!

The fact is sugar is poison and there is no biological reason to consume sugar. The body does not require sugar to function. Dave Smith's article 7 Scientifically Proven Steps to overcome sugar addiction is thoroughly researched and well written. 

Overcoming Sugar Addiction Was Extremely Difficult. In fact 90% can't do it. Even using the tips below.

Thank God, There's an Easier Way. Dr. Ahrens a two time nominee for the Nobel Prize invented an all Natural supplement that tackles sugar addiction, carbohydrate addiction head on. 

Now overcoming the harmful affects of excess sugar and carbohydrates is as simple as taking two, easy to swallow capsules a day. It's also safe for everyone and all ages. It's so safe that a nursing Mother or pregnant person can take it. The product is called Emulin.

Watch Dr. Ahrens explain the challenge and the solution Emulin. 

Sugar Is Killing Millions Of People Each And Every Year!

The fact is sugar is poison and there is no biological reason to consume sugar. The body does not require sugar to function. Dave Smith's article 7 Scientifically Proven Steps to overcome sugar addiction is thoroughly researched and well written. 

Overcoming Sugar Addiction Was Extremely Difficult. In fact 90% can't do it. Even using the tips below.

Thank God, There's an Easier Way. Dr. Ahrens a two time nominee for the Nobel Prize invented an all Natural supplement that tackles sugar addiction, carbohydrate addiction head on. 

Now overcoming the harmful affects of excess sugar and carbohydrates is as simple as taking two, easy to swallow capsules a day. It's also safe for everyone and all ages. It's so safe that a nursing Mother or pregnant person can take it. The product is called Emulin.

Watch Dr. Ahrens explain the challenge and the solution Emulin. 

Continue to read Dave Smith's 7 Scientifically Proven Steps to Overcome Sugar addiction. 

Continue to read Dave Smith's 7 Scientifically Proven Steps to Overcome Sugar addiction. 

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*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. 

This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.