Sugar Addiction: Find the Humor in Your Habit, Thanks to NewsTarget.com

I’m a big fan of relying on your sense of humor to get a proper perspective on your sugar habit.

In fact, I heartily encourage my private clients and members of my Break Free With Connie programs to laugh at their sugar addiction, which could pave the way to type 2 diabetes and hypoglycemia.

Chuckling and chortling about your unhealthy attachment to sweets and culprit carbs is a valuable part of the process of letting go.

My creative colleague Mike Adams of NewsTarget.com has a similar mindset about the importance of humor. Check out the clever cartoon about sugar addiction that he conceived, and which artist Dan Berger drew.

In case you’re in the dark, this cartoon is a funny take on some research, which reveals that rats, when given the option of drinking sugar water, went completely overboard in their attraction to the sweet substance. (We humans are very much like these sugar-crazed rodents.)

You can learn about this research in my book SUGAR SHOCK! in a chapter entitled, "Proof Pours In: New Studies Show That You Can Become Dependent on Sweets."

Many thanks to NewsTarget.com, which also features many other humorous cartoons.

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I'm a former sugar-addicted journalist, who reluctantly quit sugar on doctor's orders in 1998. When all 44 of my crippling ailments vanished, I was so thrilled that I began interviewing hundreds of experts worldwide so I could give you the sour scoop about sweets. Fast forward 17 years, and I'm now author of Sugar Shock (Berkley Books, 2006) and Beyond Sugar Shock (Hay House, 2012). The latter gives you a simple, proven plan to easily, effortlessly squash your sugar habit. I'm also a motivational speaker, a certified life coach, a certified health coach, frequent media guest, and Gab with the Gurus host. I'm now planning the first first Sugar World Summit and I'm finishing writing my next book, Crush Your Crazy Carb Cravings™, which will help you easily escape your must-have-junk-food moments.

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