Hi! I'm a Creator.

The "Sugar and Inflammation" free webinar is tomorrow! I'd love to meet you!

publishedabout 1 year ago
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Hi there Reader,

I know for myself, I can be going along, feeling reasonably good, then I "sneak" a little sweet treat here and there.

I can usually tell pretty quickly that my immune system is saying "Hey, what the heck are you doing?".

Sometimes it even happens when I'm not eating sweets, but just stuff from my pantry and fridge.

My eyes start burning, and if I keep up the treats, my knuckles start hurting. If I'm not careful, that "flu" feeling sets in.

And here comes the season of SUGAR (Halloween, Thanksgiving, Christmas, Hanukkah, all the others that include sweets in their celebrations).

Behavioral research shows that we're more likely to stick with a healthy habit when we keep the benefits of it at the forefront of our minds (and consequences of slipping into old patterns too). That's why the more we keep learning about what we can do for good self-care, the better we'll be for it.

Tomorrow, I'm sharing a free webinar for subscribers - you'll need the zoom link to participate, but it's free!

It's all about sugar and in particular, how it affects our immune system and autoimmune symptoms.

I'm really looking forward to sharing with you:

1. The relationship between sugar and inflammation.
2. How to identify what sugars are ok and which are harmful.
3. Where to find the sugar that's hidden in your pantry/fridge.
4. How to read the most current form of nutrition labels.

This is open to anyone, but is especially important for those of us with autoimmune diseases like Sjogren's.

And it's in just over 24 hours from the time I type this! I'm so excited to "meet" everyone who comes to the live event. In fact, I'm even giving away a free enrollment in my "Inflammation-Fighting Foods" workshop that's going live soon. And I'm excited about that one, too :).

To sign up and receive the Zoom link, click the image below!

I really hope you'll join me!


P.S. If you're not part of our "Self-Care for Sjogies" group on Facebook, come on over and join us!