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BREAKING THE SUGAR HABIT – Workshop 21 April

BREAKING THE SUGAR HABIT

… and feel amazing

Food and health are intertwined and the importance of diet in influencing chronic health conditions cannot be underestimated. We are what we eat – or more accurately, what we absorb – and we today face an increasing number of challenges to eat well. There are many things in the diet that sabotage our good efforts and one of the most pervading of these is sugar, as it can be so hard to avoid.

This workshop is designed to give you the information you need to make better choices about sugar. It is for anyone who wants to learn more and understand why sugar is often the culprit behind many health conditions and symptoms. We will discuss nutritional strategies for controlling sugar intake with food tips and recipes to support you in your quest for quitting or reducing sugar.

You will learn:

  • How sugar works in the body
  • How it affects our health and moods
  • How to spot hidden sugars in our food
  • The pros and cons of ‘healthy’ sugar alternatives
  • Why we pile on dangerous abdominal fat when we eat too much sugar

You will leave with practical tips and strategies to stop food cravings, break your sugar habit and ultimately feel amazing.

This workshop is for you if:

  • You suffer with low energy, mood swings or hormonal problems
  • You’ve tried to cut sugar in the past and have experienced withdrawal symptoms
  • You struggle to lose weight
  • You need to manage your blood sugars more effectively
  • You just want to know how to achieve better nutrition for you and your loved ones

What’s Included:

*Welcome refreshments        *Healthy nibbles       *Recipes       *Goodie bag

£10 voucher redeemable against a 1 to 1 consultation with Wendy

BOOKING ESSENTIAL – to book or for more information contact Wendy:

Email:   wtemplesmith@aol.com

Tel: 07941 361125

TIMES & PRICES

Saturday 21 April
10am - 1pm

£49 Early Bird (before 12 April)
£59 after 12 April

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