Invitation to the "Crush Your Sugar Cravings" Summit

Published: July 1, 2020
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Crush Your Sugar Cravings Summit

I'd like to introduce you one of my colleagues, Michelle Jolly. Michelle is a health coach dedicated to helping women live their lives to the fullest potential.

Like too many Americans, Michelle grew up battling sugar addiction, relying only on will power to keep her sugar cravings in check. The struggle was made even tougher by all the treats that were always kept around the house. Her parents had busy lives and loved sweets, so they couldn't resist fast-prep meals like donuts for breakfast, Hamburger Helper, and McDonald's Happy Meals. Sweets were also rewards during family celebrations. If you were good you were rewarded with a treat. Birthdays and other special occasions brought out cakes, pies and cookies. And Grandma always had a container of her homemade chocolate chip cookies and fudge ready for family visits.

As Michelle got older and went off to college, her sweet tooth came with her. She always had dessert with dinner at the cafeteria, and the pasta meals (along with the sugary pasta sauces) reminded her of home.  Her "Freshman 15" weight gain started showing up even as she tried to work in the healthy green drinks, salads and vitamins that her dad introduced her to. But what she didn't realize at the time was that will power alone wasn't going to be enough to reduce her sugar cravings and keep her healthy. 

Eventually she decided to research what the experts had to say about controlling sugar cravings, and she learned a lot.  She's turned that information into a series of interviews she's conducted with over 20 health and wellness experts — each of whom have confronted and beaten their own sugar addiction, and have seen life changing results. 

Michelle calls her online interview series the "Crush Your Sugar Cravings" summit, and she invites you to join in. The event is free and you'll be able to watch one interview a day, including mine, online. Michelle has helped hundreds of clients using what you'll learn in these interviews, most reporting better sleep, sharper focus, more energy, less anger issues, better digestion and more.

If you want to rid yourself of constantly craving and depending on sugar drinks and sweets to keep you energized, and instead learn how to create healthy energy, then this summit is for you.

Here is what you'll learn from watching the Crush Your Sugar Cravings interviews:

  • Why do we crave sugar anyway?
  • How does sugar effect our blood sugar levels and contribute to diabetes?
  • What are the first steps to take to reduce sugar?
  • How do we eat healthy when family or friends aren't ready to make these changes?
  • What are some healthy snacks you can have ready to prevent a food emergency?
  • Is sugar and carb loading helpful for athletes since they can burn it off easily?
  • How do I know if I'm addicted to sugar?
  • What are strategies to make a healthy life easy?
  • How should we handle "emotional eating"?

And there will be lots of FREE GIFTS from the experts!

This is a great opportunity to discover how to reduce, or even eliminate, sugar from your diet while maintaining healthy energy.  I hope to pick up new tips myself from the other experts, which is why I'll not only be a speaker, but I'll be watching the other interviews right along with you.

Register Today »

Love & Blessings,

Dr. T

Jacob Teitelbaum, MD

is one of the world's leading integrative medical authorities on fibromyalgia and chronic fatigue. He is the lead author of four research studies on their treatments, and has published numerous health & wellness books, including the bestseller on fibromyalgia and chronic fatigue syndrome From Fatigued to Fantastic! and his newer The Fatigue and Fibromyalgia Solution.  Dr. Teitelbaum is one of the most frequently quoted fibromyalgia experts in the world and appears often as a guest on news and talk shows nationwide including Good Morning America, The Dr. Oz Show, Oprah & Friends, CNN, and Fox News Health. 

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