What is Sugar Doing to You?
Sugar is a main ingredient in more foods than you might think, and it’s probably making you feel sick! If you’ve been feeling fatigued, bloated, dehydrated, or have been experiencing skin irritations, flare-ups, or breakouts, sugar overload could be to blame!
As a society, it’s clear that we’ve been eating too much sugar, so chances are you are too. The average American eats about 77 grams of sugar per day, yet the maximum recommended intake is just 36 grams for men and 25 grams for women. To give you a bit more perspective, half a can of Cola has 20 grams of sugar in it!
Whether you’re just learning about the harmful effects of excess sugar or you’ve already tried quitting sugar in the past, this challenge group is designed to help you kick the habit to change your life for good!
Over a 14 day period, a small group of participants will be working together to support one another and hold each other accountable so that together we can all feel better, look better and live healthier lives.
Meet Amy Wiggins, The Facilitator of Sugar Detox Challenge
I am extremely motivated to make a positive impact in the world by helping you transform your body, renew your mind and become EMPOWERED! I believe that many moms settle for mediocrity when they deserve greatness! Little changes made to your health daily add up to be huge accomplishments when you continue to be proactive. It is my honor to help you realize your potential so that you can achieve everything you dream and more.
As an active mother of two spunky girls, and sympathetic personal trainer, I understand the daily struggles of motherhood and love to educate on the importance of health in all aspects of life. I challenge you to transform your body, renew your mind and empower your spirit. Don't wait, take charge now!
Your Body Will Thank You!
Cutting sugar from your diet will do your body good, but getting there won’t be easy!
From a young age, we’re taught to associate sweet, sugary foods with celebrations, comfort, and love. Think birthday cakes, holiday cookies, and celebratory ice cream. As we transition into adulthood, those habits come with us, and we turn to them to boost energy, temporarily boost serotonin, and recreate those “sugar highs” that help get us through the day.
Sugar as a substance gives our body an easy energy surge, but it’s temporary and not nutritious, which leaves our body feeling deprived of other nutrient-dense foods that actually keep us fueled for the long run. Once you cut back on the sugar you’ve been consuming and teach it to run on the nutrients that actually feed, heal, and fuel it, your whole life is sure to change.
Take the first step today!
I Can’t Wait to Get Started on Thursday, January 3rd!