Developing a Holiday Heart has nothing to do with giving and a lot to do with over-receiving. During the Holidays, it’s easy to indulge in sweets, treats, sodas, food, and festive libations (alcohol). According to a study published in the journal of the American Heart Association (AHA), the winter holiday season is considered a risk … Continue reading Holiday Heart
When getting started on a sugar-free diet, one may be tempted by the many alternative sweeteners. Sugar alternatives have ridden a wave of popularity since they were first introduced over 100 years ago. “Where diners once found a sugar bowl, they’re now more likely to find a multicolored collection of single-serving chemicals.” While there are … Continue reading Sugar Alternatives: Take the Path that’s Sweetest
Webster defines freedom as the quality of being free in choice or action; liberation from slavery or from the power of another; as the quality of independence, and being released from something onerous. Words have power. Ponder these words for a moment: heavy, extra-large, cumbersome, hungry. Conversely, consider these words: light, small, agile, satiated. Going … Continue reading Why go Sugar Free?
Whether you’re interested in simple, successful, weight loss secrets or in seeking the sweetest path to health and happiness, you’re in the right place. The Beware of Sugar Association (BOSA) is devoted to the development of information and strategies for good health and longevity. Life is a journey that’s sweetest when shared. Join us here … Continue reading Sugar Freedom
36 Tips for Easy and Sustainable Weight Loss, in any language, says "good health!" The authors have recently translated their so-doable guide to weight loss and sugar freedom from English into Spanish and Traditional Chinese! There are many expensive weight loss programs, dozens of differing philosophies, on how to reach and stay within one's normal Body … Continue reading 36 Tips in English, Spanish, & Chinese!