I have been counseling women to lay off the sugar for about twenty years now, and I am struck by how many women still struggle with feeling addicted to sugar (or alcohol.) The truth is many women — and men too — use food as a substitute for filling hunger in other parts of their lives. When it comes to sugar, it’s usually about sweetness that is lacking in your life. In this video, I tell you how you can experience the sweetness in life — without deprivation.
by Christiane Northrup, M.D.
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