Presented by Chris Hill
Sugar addiction is a hot topic on everyone's lips, with fears, confusion and arguments sweet and sour about just how bad refined sugar can be for you. Creating cravings and desires, this workshop aims to highlight just how addictive sugar can be and how it can be influencing your food choices, and can even go as far as controlling your life.
If sugar addiction is something that has caught your attention, but you're wanting to find out more, this event promises to help you understand its potentially "devastating effects" a bit better, and assures that by "taking control of your refined sugar intake and in fact, eliminating refined sugar from your diet - will lead to improved health and weight loss."
People that have used my 7-Day Beat Addiction programme to get rid of their addiction to sugar, have lost weight and seen their health improve in unexpected ways.
What to expect?
This workshop provides a full-day seminar in which experts in their field will teach you about sugar, arming you with tips and tactics for how to practice mindful eating once you have kicked your addiction to refined sugar, and ways to move on with a much healthier lifestyle. The workshop will go back to basics, explaining how cravings for refined sugar can affect your relationship to food and make you feel out of control, and will then provide solutions and proven effective ways of escaping sugar as an addiction, such as reprogramming your mindset and the means of finding healthier food alternatives.
Date: 17 September 2017
Workshop Schedule: Starts at 10:00 am
Location: De Vere Grand Connaught Rooms, 61-65 Great Queen, London WC2B 5DA
Investment: £29 - £59
Please note, this event is not organised by The Merit Club
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