Mindfully Managing Diabetes Interview on the Sugar Free Blog

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Changing habits are hardest in the beginning. Motivation may be high, but the absence of familiarity can be difficult. This is especially reflected in kicking sugar, a substance to which we easily develop both physical and emotional addictions (along with salt and fat – our brains just love those tastes).
 
Barry Friedman, of 30 Days Sugar Free, does not have diabetes, didn’t have to stop eating carbohydrates, but chose to do so initially for the challenge. He then continued because he felt so much better mentally and physically without sugar being a part of his diet. Barry interviewed me recently about the difficulties involved in avoiding sugar, and one of the mindfulness practices I use to help coaching clients.
 
You can listen to the interview here.

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  1. Vicki Kron says:

    Hi Josie,
    I just listened to your interview on the 30 Days Sugar Free site. Mindful eating is one of the tools that I use to help control my diabetes.

    i appreciate all the tips that you shared in the interview.

    Thanks so much.

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