In addition to the immediate fatigue and emotional issues, sugar also causes many long-term health problems. For example, our consumption of high-fructose corn syrup has risen 250 percent in the past 15 years, and our rate of diabetes has increased approximately 45 percent during the same time period.
Food processors add 150 pounds of refined sugar per person, on average, to our diets each year. Yes, this amount is indeed incredibly high. Another 18 per cent of our calories come from refined white flour, which acts a lot like sugar in our bodies.
Therefore, it is not surprising that we have become a nation of sugar addicts. Like many other addictive substances, sugar may leave you feeling a bit better for a few hours, but afterwards it begins to wreaks havoc on your body.
Kick the habit for good with our Breaking a Sugar Addiction program!
However, there are four main types of sugar addicts that are easily identified. The different kinds of sugar addiction have different underlying causes.
And, by treating the underlying causes that are active in your particular type of addiction, you will find that not only do your sugar cravings go away, but you also experience a dramatic increase in your energy level, a normalization of your metabolism, and an overall improvement in your health.
Here are the four key types of sugar addiction:
Type1: A Type 1 addict uses sugar and caffeine to keep himself/herself awake, and tends to be addicted to energy drinks. They are stressed out, often Type A personalities who substitute the quick fix of coffee or sugar to make up for not getting enough sleep or eating a healthy diet.
Type 2: These sugar addicts are suffering from adrenal failure and use sugar to keep them going when they are exhausted or stressed out. These are the hypoglycemics. In these people, their blood sugar drops to a low level and consequently makes them irritable, shaky, and tearful.
Type 3: Type 3 addicts have sugar cravings caused by an overgrowth of yeast. These people spend a lot of time eating and wanting to eat foods with a lot of refined sugar and white flour because it makes them feel better...briefly. They are actually feeding the growth of yeast.
Type 4: These addicts have hormonal imbalances and crave sugar to stave off irritability and depression. This applies to men as well as women, though it is most often characterized by women with PMS, as well as with those who are experiencing peri-menopausal or menopausal problems.
“What you eat has more power over disease and aging then any medicine your doctor can prescribe.” … Unknown
The following video is courtesy of our friends at iHealthTube.com. We know sugar is bad, but just how bad? Jonny Bowden discusses how sugar works on the body and exactly how it leads to heart disease and weight gain and obesity.
iHealthTube.com - Sugar's Connection to Obesity and Heart Disease
Since excess refined sugar in our diets is a major cause of the following ailments, it's not surprising then that the avoidance of sugar provides a number of health benefits in these same areas:
The cost of Breaking a Sugar Addiction is $300.00*. This amount can be paid in four equal installments of $75.00. The first installment is due one week prior to the start of the program. Refer to Step 2: Paying for your Program below for the details.
The program will be administered via regular mail, landline phone calls, e-mail, Skype calls, and/or video chat, as needed. A desktop or laptop computer, a high-speed internet connection, a Skype account, and a webcam would be helpful. This approach is particularly well-suited for those adults who live across Canada.
*The above price in Canadian dollars is in effect as of January 1st, 2023 and is subject to change without prior notification. Handouts are included with the program, and will be sent to you by regular mail, but any supplements and/or equipment are extra. HST is included in the above price.
Signing up and paying for the program is a two-step process as shown below.
Program Registration: If you suspect that you have a sugar addiction, then now is the time to kick the habit. Fill out the form below to register for Breaking a Sugar Addiction. Jim Safianuk will get back to you within two business days.
Jim is a health scientist and an holistic nutritionist who specializes in the design and development of weight loss, disease prevention, and longevity programs for adults between the ages of 25 and 65 plus.
You can pay for your program in 1 of 2 ways...
Either, in one lump sum payment of $300.00 by electronic funds transfer for the total cost of the program, which includes the HST. This amount needs to be received one week prior to the start of the program.
Or, if you prefer, you can pay in four equal installments of $75.00 via electronic funds transfer. In this case, you will be sent a payment schedule in advance so you know when each installment is due.
After Jim contacts you by phone or e-mail and you have agreed on a start date and time, then you need to then you need to pay for your first installment. The first installment is due one week prior to the start of the program. For instance, let's say your communication with Jim was on January 1st, 2023 and you agreed to go ahead with the program. The start date was set for January 15th, 2023. You would need to pay for the first installment by January 8th. In this way, we can be sure that you are fully committed to the program before we get started.
Following along with the above example, the second, third, and fourth installments would then be due on February 8th, March 8th, and April 8th, respectively, or one month apart.
You send the money with Interac e-Transfer in EasyWeb if you are a TD Canada Trust account holder, or by using an equivalent electronic funds transfer system with another participating financial institution in Canada. All you need to do at your end is follow these three steps.
Either, in one lump sum payment of $300.00 by cheque for the total cost of the program, which includes the HST. This amount needs to be received one week prior to the start of the program. Make your cheque payable to Orthocellular Nutrition and Exercise Inc.
Or, if you prefer, you can pay in four equal installments of $75.00 with the first cheque being due one week prior to the start of the program. In this case, you will be sent a payment schedule in advance so you know when each installment is due. Make your cheques payable to Orthocellular Nutrition and Exercise Inc.
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