Have you got a sugar addiction.
You've had a bad day and you're glad to see its end.
You've just settled down in front of the television as you reach for that sugary snack to help you relax.
I use to eat a bag full of lollies then feel sick as I ate them so quick and then go and throw them up.
It may seem like a normal scenario, but an addiction to sugar could be in the works.
It may be hard to believe, but you can become addicted to sugar.Signs Of Addiction
It can consume you just the same as a drug addiction or any other form of addiction.
While eating sweets in moderation is acceptable, too many sweets makes for a very sour life.
For me, it went back to my lonely childhood, I had a really sweet tooth, years later I realized I had the sweet tooth because I was trying to sweeten myself so I would be loved - I talk more about this in my book Overcoming Life's Challenges here I share with you how I overcame my sugar addiction
It isn't easy to admit that you are an addict, no matter what your addiction is to.
Think of the results of an addiction that belongs to an addict who never seeks recovery.
There's plenty of damage that can be done.
Choosing to ignore your addiction will only allow it to grow.
Here are some of the ways in which it does its damage:
You've accepted the fact that you have an addiction to sugar, well welcome to the road to recovery!
By committing to these simple steps, you can conquer your addiction.
Sugar is everywhere and in many things, but you can overcome your addiction to it.
When you commit to living a sugar free life you will make a recovery and gain back your health and well being!
Do the one thing you think you cannot do. Fail at it. Try again. Do better the second time. The only people who never tumble are those who never mount the high wire. This is your moment. Own it.