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  1. I am a sugar addict. FIGHTING it hard but i have no will power. Even though i am already fighting auto immune disease
    My family lives being me sweet stuff even when i say no thank you. Why don’t people realise that this is an addiction just like alcohol or drugs?

    1. Thanks for stopping by! I agree. It is crazy hard! Stick with the series – I’d love to show you how it’s not all about willpower:-) I’m planning a post about sugar causing inflammation and the link with autoimmune diseases. I hear ya! It’s so tough with family bringing you sweet things.

  2. Such a really smart way of thinking about sugar! I am very analytical so thinking of it as nothing more than periodic elements might actually help me not love it so much!

  3. Happily, I have never had an obsession with sugar but my hubby has. I have been sharing this series with him and trying to help him replace excessive sugary sweets with healthier alternatives. Thanks for sharing your healthy and valuable 31 Days to Annihilate Sugar series with us on the Healthy Happy Green and Natural Party Blog Hop. I’m pinning and sharing.

  4. I happened upon your post after being diagnosed with prediabetes. I’m thin and active, so this came as a shock. Now I’m on a quest to learn about sugar.
    The pictures make me think of celebration and beauty.

    1. I’m sorry to hear this. I’m not a medical doctor, but at one point I, too, was diagnosed with prediabetes. Learning all I could about sugar and carbohydrates and figuring out how they impacted me – uniquely – was a great blessing. I agree – the pictures do look happy and celebratory. That association, for me, was one of the biggest things that I had to figure out and work on. Best wishes.

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