My Sugar Story: Beating Inflammation by Moderating Sugar

Moderate sugar and rheumatoid arthritis and inflammation

Two amazing things are happening to me as I committed myself once again to moderating sugar on January 1st. 

  1. Joint pain from Rheumatoid Arthritis is nearly gone. Since the age of 15, I have fought moments (sometimes weeks) of knee pain, hip pain, etc.  Pain that really affected my life. That inflammation and joint pain are no longer a recurring issue.  I can't even begin to explain to you how monumental this is. 
  2. I haven't had time since the new year to make it to the gym as often as I would want (not pleased by this). I used to work out 5 days a week and then reward myself with Swedish Fish after a workout. Now, working out 1-2 days a week and living more sugar aware, my body looks completely different (better) than it did when I was working out 5 days a week.  Time saver!

For me, these are huge "gains"! Yes, I am a recovering Sugar Addict. But now, sugar doesn't even taste that good to me. Talk about a gain!

So, if you are pondering if our courses are right for you, let me encourage you: You can do this! Our approach is gentle and actionable.  What do YOU have to gain? 

Would you like to talk about joint pain or any fears you have in making a gentle change to be more moderate sugar? Contact us anytime! We're here to support you!

We would be honored if you shared this with someone you know that is looking for gains like these.  

My best to you, 
Steph
Course Co-Creator and Recovering Sugar Addict
 

Treat yourself!

An exhausted client craved a sit in the sauna after a 90 hr work week (she's quite the rockstar - saved her department from a massive computer meltdown) but felt guilty about going to the gym without working out first.  

Girl, treat.yo. self! (continue reading below)

This is classic diet mentality - that you have to earn the right to eat by saving up your calories, by being "good" based on what you eat or by exercising.  

You don't have to earn the right to eat, be satisfied and take pleasure in food (or in anything else in life).  It's human.  Treat. yo. self.

And while you're at it, treat yourself to one of our courses, a refreshing take on eating and your relationship with food.