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Everyone’s new years resolution should be to cut out sugar completely. It’s really that important.


We all know that sugar is bad, but many of us are in the dark about the actual effects it has on the body.

Sugar, especially fructose is toxic. Consuming too much fructose will

  • Make you fat.
  • Age your cells faster.
  • Slow down your brain.
  • Can lead to leptin resistance. Leptin is the hormone that tells you when you’re full.
  • Can be as toxic to the liver as alcohol.

If you haven’t watched Sugar: The Bitter Truth by UCSF Professor Dr. Robert Lustig, please find the time to watch it this week. It just might be the most important video on health out there. 4 million views can’t be wrong.

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DID YOU KNOW: If you start eating only healthy foods, you will begin to crave only healthy foods. Fast food cravings will become a distant memory.

Sasha Pivovarova003

Over the past year I’ve been suggesting new ways to eat to my friends. What I’ve come to learn is that quite a few people do not have the willingness to change even though they know that they must. Old habits die hard. The most common resistance is the belief that choosing to consistently eat healthier is a tradeoff to taste, and a sacrifice of comfort food.

The first objection is completely false. Eating right SHOULD always taste good. I don’t believe in “diets” where people switch from eating like crap and then detoxing like crazy to somehow make up for poor eating habits. This does not bring balance to the body nor does it reinforce a healthy, loving relationship with food or with yourself.

I believe in making eating a pleasurable experience, but also to make food serve in bringing you back to your optimal state of being. Food heals the body, not working out. No matter how many crunches you do, it won’t heal your liver or your digestive system. Eating the right foods will heal the inside, which automatically will express itself more beautifully on the outside. Working out is like icing on the cake, but remember, it’s not the cake.  Read the rest of this entry »

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