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You Can Succeed in 2007: Kick or Cut Back on Sugar and Boost Your Energy, Banish "Brain Fog," Toss Out Your Temper Tan

Posted Dec 18 2008 8:11pm

This is a follow-up to my most recent post, in which I encouraged you to read Sara McDonald's insightful article about the role of blogs in dieting endeavor.

As you get ready for the new year, I invite you: Keep regularly visiting and writing to my SUGAR SHOCK! Blog for encouragement, inspiration, information, tips and a whole lot more.

I'm here to help you, and I just know that you can succeed next year (in 2007), beginning at 12:00 a.m. tomorrow.

Yes, Virginia, Jennifer, John, and Stephanie (or whatever your name is), you can kick (or cut back on sugar) and marvel as the benefits pile up. I daresay that you'll experience all, if not some of these benefits -- plus a lot more! You'll:

  • Boost your energy.
  • Get along better with loved ones and not-so-loved ones.
  • Banish your "brain fog."
  • Toss out your temper tantrums.
  • Focus better.
  • Watch the pounds peel off easily.
  • Look and feel better.
  • And maybe even revv up your sex life.

Yes, indeed, shunning sugar can do all of this -- or even more.

As the new year fast approaches and you get in that resolution-making frame of mine, I invite you:

  • Keep visiting here, on my SUGAR SHOCK! Blog.
  • Post comments here regularly.

Then, go ahead and:

  • Join my free, online KickSugar group, too, where you can get even more virtual support, too.

My goal is simple: I want to help you succeed in 2007.

As you look for more information, support, encouragement, and tips to succeed, I also invite you to buy my book SUGAR SHOCK! now.

Make sure to check out Part 6 -- the self-help section entitled, "Pull the Plug on SUGAR SHOCK! For A Happier, Healthier Life," which begins on page 275. "

Sugar Shock!: How Sweets and Simple Carbs Can Derail Your Life-- and How YouCan Get Back on Track
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