Cookbook Preorder Special: Let us put you out of your sweet misery
Written by Margaret Floyd on 10/04/12 pm30 06:57 PM
Sweet Misery. How our sweet tooth is killing us.
This is the title of a blog post I wrote over a year ago on sugar and its negative impacts on our health. Well, here we are a year later, and sugar is as omnipresent as ever.
Have you ever tried to completely eliminate sugar from your diet for a little while? If so, you know that sugar is hiding in just about every type of prepared food out there. Even the “healthy” ones. It is ubiquitous.
In my practice, I work with many clients who are struggling with sugar. Intense sugar cravings, major energy lows, and stubborn weight gain are the top three symptoms I see.
The one sure-fire strategy I’ve seen for dealing with all three of these issues at once is a 14-Day Sugar Control Detox. It’s intense, but it works. We’ve had 100% success rate with clients who’ve followed the protocol to a T.
I have extremely exciting news for you. Just this week, we launched an online version of this 14 Day Sugar Control Detox, complete with instructional videos, meal plans (all based on recipes from The Naked Foods Cookbook), grocery list, and all sorts of other great tools. Now you can guide yourself through this protocol on your own schedule, whenever and wherever you are.
And what’s even more exciting? This online program – which will be on sale starting May 4th for $95 – is available to you for FREE with a preorder of The Naked Foods Cookbook. Yup, you read that correctly. You get lifetime access to this program (and any future updates to it) for FREE with proof of purchase of our upcoming cookbook.
Call us crazy. Call us over-generous. We’re just so excited about both of these new products that we’re rolling them into one offer.
This is a limited time offer and expires at exactly midnight, May 3rd, 2012.
Read all the details, order your copy, and get access to your 14-Day Sugar Control Detox Program right here.
- Sweet Misery: How our sweet tooth is killing us
- Underneath Cravings: What’s your body telling you?
- The Naked Truth: When food is comfort