Friday giveaway: one place in the I Quit Sugar 8-Week Program!

Posted on July 26th, 2013

It’s a month away. To the day. The first I Quit Sugar 8-Week Program starts August 26, and the team are all madly getting ready to host you all. Seeing as it’s Friday, and I like to give things away on this site on Fridays, I’m thrilled to announce that today I Quit Sugar is giving away

one place in the I Quit Sugar 8-Week Program starting Aug 26, valued at $150!

Image via Favim.com

Image via Favim.com

I’ve shared a sneak peek at the meal plans recently, and given you one of the recipes. But today I’m going to share a little more about how the program works, what you’ll be getting each week, and answering a few of the common questions that crop up. And further on, The Giveaway!

If you’ve been deliberating and you’re keen to just jump in, you can click on the button below.

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Here’s how it works:

You’re considering quitting sugar, but maybe a little nervous to try on your own? Well, the 8-Week Program will help you through, holding your hand every step of the way. Each step is outlined, every meal is laid out for you, with full shopping lists, and substitution suggestions.

And we’ll be quitting as a community, so you’ll have plenty of insta-friends to help you along the way.

Here’s what you’ll receive every week:

  • A dietician-approved eating plan designed for busy people: clever bulk cooking ideas, fun take-to-work/school lunches, recipes that use economical ingredients and are easy to buy.
  • A shopping list that is geared to minimise waste and save you money.
  • A step-by-step outline of what you need to do for the week.
  • Information, tips, products to sample and clever sugar-free fixes to try.
  • Answers to common problems as they arise. You won’t be left alone with your cravings or weird symptoms (and there are a few!).

Other things you’ll have access to along the way:

  • Stacks of gifts, giveaways and samplers.
  • Two live webinars where I will answer your questions and we can share ideas and issues together. A great chance to drill me on your concerns.
  • Forums for sharing questions and suggestions. The I Quit Sugar Team and your fellow Quitters will be on hand to answer any queries you might have – gnarly, silly, mundane or otherwise!
  • 200+ exclusive I Quit Sugar recipes in a nifty repository.

Keen to sign up yourself? Just click on the button below.

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Still got questions? Perhaps they’re covered off here:

1. Can’t I just buy the book?

Well it’s kinda like this. If you’re a lone ranger who’s happy to do everything on your own, then the I Quit Sugar books might be just fine. The books share the science, and some of the tips and suggestions.

The program however, goes far, far deeper. It provides step-by-step weekly instructions, as well as full meal plans (with recipes), shopping lists, food swap charts, support, downloadable fact sheets, webinars, and a “in real time” interactive community where you can share and learn from each other.

Plus, you get us following you each step of the way, motivating and clarifying and refining.

2. Is it Vegan-friendly?

While we advocate eating meat and dairy as an important part of quitting sugar, we respect some of you prefer not to, so most recipes are easily converted to be vegan/vegetarian. We provide resources for the best substitutes.
3. Is it Paleo-friendly?

Sure is. While the program isn’t completely grain-free, it’s certainly very Paleo-inclusive. We do include foods like sweet potato, cheese and nuts, however.

4. What if I have kids?

We’ll be helping you find clever ways to convince the kids to jump on board. For more information, read here.

5. Can I cook for more than one?

The meal plans are designed for one and to be doubled or tripled for couples and families. We cook most meals as servings for two, four or six (to be frozen for later, if you’re doing the program on your own).

6. Will I have to quit fruit?

For six weeks of the program, you will be off fruit. This is so you can break the sugar addiction and recalibrate. Week Seven we introduce it back in. You can read more here.

7. Is this a detox?

There is a detox period and you might feel like crap as your body adjusts to getting energy from different foods. This usually lasts a week or two. For some it can last six weeks. After that, it’s a non-issue. We promise!

If you’re keen to Just Sign Up, you can click on the button below.

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And now to the giveaway!

If you’d like to win a place in the 8-Week Program, you’ll need to do the following:

  • write a comment below telling us why you’re keen to join the 8-Week Program, and what you’re hoping to get out of it.
  • Share your comment on your Facebook page. But make sure you link to the I Quit Sugar Facebook page too, so that we can find your entry and include you in the giveaway.

This giveaway is open to anyone, in any country. The winner will be announced in a blog post on my site next Friday, August 2.

 

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  • Tina

    I’m 29 weeks pregnant, is this program safe to start now?

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  • Katie bo batie

    Hey Sarah,
    It seems like you will make the meal plan available as a separate program, which is great (just what I need). How will you notify those interested in this part only, as opposed to the full 8 week program? Will you be advertising it?
    Cheers

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  • Julia Coleman

    Since the beginning of the year I have cut all processed foods, refined sugars and now only cook in coconut oil eat only organic meats. I have list 12 kgs but can’t shed the last 5kg. My problem is I still have sugar cravings and even though I substitute bad sugars for better sweeteners ( medjool dates, raw honey etc) I still find myself stalking the chocolate aisle at the supermarket :(

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  • Karli

    I am keen to join the 8 Week program as I’m currently on attempt number 2 of quitting sugar and have given into temptation a few too many times… Third time lucky?!

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  • Berni

    I am totally addicted to sugar. Sugar replaced my nicotine addiction when I gave up. I would love to kick this nasty habit. Oh how I love my sugar but am ready to say goodbye. Having the support of your program would help me once and for all.

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  • Julie

    I’d love to Quit sugar -I have Thyroid disease and know in my heart that without sugar laden foods my health would benefit .To have meal plans that support my food choices would be AMAZING -as this is where I get side tracked each time I start “Healthy eating ” each MONDAY :) ……Good luck everyone.

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  • Susie

    I am 47 this year and I’ve been slowly adding some centimetres to my waistline.
    I carry most of my fat on my tummy and that is not something you can hide…. It pulls you down, it gets in the way and it is wobbly!
    I’m about 26kg over weight and I just cannot do this anymore! My knees are complaining, my back jumps out at the first opportunity and I just feel sh!t!
    On the first of July 2013 I joined Virgin Active and I’ve been going every weekday before work to do some form of cardio. I can now tell you, without a lie, that I can do stuff I would’ve laughed at if suggested to me as much as a month ago…..
    Despite this I’ve not lost a gram! Not in body weight nor in body fat % :’(
    I could cry this morning when I did all my measurements as I felt thinner! at least 2kg I said to myself…. wishful thinking! GRRRR!!!!
    So then it can only be food.

    I’ve been following your blog for a while now and everything you say makes sense to me. I just need the structured beginning of the 8 week plan to add to the structured exercising at the gym and I’m sure that my goal of wearing a size 36 dress for my birthday in October can be attained.

    PLEASE may I have the free space on the next program? I’m begging like crazy here, but I need you to believe me that I’m standing on my knees….. :D

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  • Krystal

    You had me at ‘healthy’.

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  • http://www.tunedinmusic.com.au Katie

    I think quitting sugar is the only way I will be able to start again with food and being able to really appreciate flavor. I also want to help my 3 children to understand what eating high amounts of sugar does to your body and how we get used to eating it and become desensitized to it.

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  • Sylv

    After leaving an intolerable marriage three years ago, I have recreated my life through yoga, spirituality, and the joy that comes with these things. A God-send of a therapist and a chiropractor have seen me through, and the very last thing that controls me is SUGAR!
    Please help!

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  • Petra

    Wow so many people entering but I’ll let you know my reasons for winning this.. I’ve just been diagnosed with Graves’ disease and I’m so fuzzy with all the diet advice and natural therapies that I don’t know which way to go. With the specialist appointments, and medications for the graves and the millions of supplements and now massive headaches I’m going in circles. I need direction and someone to hold my hand, and as you’ve been through this and are a wealth of information I’m keen to follow you all the way to feeling better. I’m constantly reading your articles and find them an amazing help. Just lost and need an understanding buddy. Xx

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  • Rose

    I quit sugar when I was diagnosed with thyroid cancer in February this year – a month before my wedding, bummmmmmer!! It’s been a totally unexpected year, challenging in many ways and hugely rewarding – I’ve learnt so much about myself, life and how to live healthy. I figure if the legacy of this cancer is that I live healthy and love life at a deeper level, I have much to be thankful for. So I’m off the sugar (cancer loves it as much as I do), and I don’t miss it until I hit a rocky patch – tests or selling my home (bad timing or what?!), you get the picture – and then I cave in. So I’m really keen to take my commitment and knowledge to the next level, so I can support myself with healthy tasty food and treats, whatever challenges are going on for me.
    One way I’m supporting myself is that Ive had an article commissioned in The Independent, a national newspaper here in the UK. Knowing that I’m going to be sharing my experiences with others helps me be mindful of what I’m eating, what I’m learning and what my goals are. The I Quit Sugar program will provide great material for the article – it’s a double spread so I can really explore the in’s and out’s of my journey with and without sugar.
    And finally, I haven’t been able to work since March, so I don’t have the cash to sign up, even though I’d love to, and I need a sugar-free scholarship to join you on this wonderful sugar-free trip.
    Love from Liverpool, England

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  • Bridgette

    I have purchased the books

    Q uietly hidden the sugar
    U ncluttered the cupboard
    I solated the enemy
    T old myself it’s time to start

    S ugar I quit! Be gone
    U nsure how, help
    G uidance is needed
    A way with arthritis and psoriasis!
    R eally need to try a new journey. I am allergic to the medication so at dead end.

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  • Maria

    Honestly… I need someone to hold my hand and show me how and what to do to stay on track… Like my kids… I need to be told when it comes to thinking ahead…
    Thanks for caring and sharing…..

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  • http://j.ham@live.com.au Julie Hamilton

    I have had the worst year of my life, firstly I was diagnoised with anxiety and depression in Feb 2013. Put on the wrong meds and have just found a Dr to help me. I had bad sciatica in march/april and after having a CT scan I found out I had kidney cancer. I had a right Nephrectomy on 07/05 2013. I had a 7cm bleed and also got pneumonia, and was in ICU for days due to high blood presssure and poor blood saturation. Blood pressure 260/150… I was lucky not to have a heart attack. I am 51yrs old and trying to reover from my traumatic bad health year. I am sure your program will be just what I need. Please help me. Julie Hamilton

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  • Meredith

    Hi, I’m just keen to try something new for me & my family. We’re pretty healthy and happy really, I’d just love to have more energy from the minute I wake up!

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  • Linda

    It’s time to heal myself. I have begun the amazing process of healing, healing from all the emotions held inside of me that I now know have no control over me as they are just words that hold me in fear. To help with the healing I now need to face the emotional eating aspect of my life that has had a good stronghold over me for many years and to do this I must rid myself of my sugar addiction and start to enjoy the things I so crave like good nutritious meals made with wholesome ingredients and with love and from my heart.
    This is my reason for wanting to do the I quit sugar 8 week program.
    Thank you for listening to me and be blessed xx

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  • Rebecca Dickson

    Sugar has become a weakness! Even when I read your blog about quitting sugar, I am usually face down in nutella or milo I would love to find a healthier alternative for my sweet tooth. Pick me!

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  • Trina

    I have been struggling with an unconfirmed autoimmune disease for the past 5 years. With this I struggle to function daily, getting more and more ill, depressed and addicted to the killer sugar. I need this help!

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  • Kristie

    2 yr Old: mummy I want a choc frog ( for breakfast)
    Me: no you shouldn’t have chocolate for breakfast
    2 yr Old: mummy does it

    Hmmmm…time for a change!

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  • Lex

    Every now and again I wake up in the middle of the night, break out the cadbury dairy milk, dip it in peanut butter then go back to bed with the world’s biggest sense of guilt and disgust!! I even dream about it!!

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  • Mandy

    To win this would be the start of an awesome journey for my family.

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  • Fallon

    I’ve struggled with my weight for years and also have a mild case of pcos and even when I try really hard to loose it I end up putting it back on because of sugar, I just can’t seem to kick the habit. my sister actually got put a completely sugar free diet due to health reasons and she’s quite slender as it is, but watching her going sugarless was something, I couldn’t believe the results weight wise but she was so much better health wise too. It’s really made me think about my life choices and that I need to kick my bad habit and get healthy! I think going sugarless is the way!!!

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  • Nerida

    I have Lupus, fibromyalgia, just had my thyroid removed and now working with cardiologist to see if I have angina. I have been trying for awhile to cut down my intake of daily sugars. I would love to do the 8 week program and hopefully start to see the benefits to my health. Unfortunately due to my health over the last 18 months I haven’t been able to work regularly. I would love to be able to return to normal and enjoy a normal daily routine.

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  • Janine Dalgairns

    I actually gave up sugar a week after Easter this year and feel really proud of myself for sticking with it. Only problem is I am not feeling any of the benefits such as weight loss, increased energy, better sleep etc. I am frustrated and at times want to give up but I am persisting. I have Sarah Wilson and David Gillespie’s books but maybe I need the support of a group. I must be doing something wrong, I just can’t figure out what it is. I am determined to change the life of myself and my family.

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  • Sal

    With an array of chronic symptoms but no “hard core” diagnosis I have been searching relentlessly for the “right” advice [that I am willing to follow]. This quitting sugar caper is one almighty challenge for we undisciplined, addictive types but to experience vitality I’ve never known it’s a most welcome challenge. Usually I need to experience to believe but in the case of this program I believe I will experience [health, vitality, clarity].

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  • Ash

    I have tried to give up sugar using your book however cannot stick to it! I’m constantly tired even though I sleep 7-8 hours a night. I just want to feel energised and with a little extra help this may be achievable.

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  • Lee

    For so long i have thought it would be so much easier if i was an alcoholic or a drug user. At least they have quit programs to assist them to live addiction free. I felt alone and that this addiction to sugar was the demon that was going to always rule what i put in my mouth. It had total control, i could never be strong enough for any period of abstinence. That was until 2 weeks ago when i purchased sarah’s book. For the first time ever i felt like i was not battling this incidious addiction alone. I would love to win this great opportunity but i feel like i am already a winner because i am quitting sugar and reading all the above stories i know that i am not alone in this battle. I wish everyone good luck with ridding our bodies of this sweet poison.

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  • Elise

    My lifestyle is being let down by nutrition. That includes sugar. It’s like being a junkie (well, what i imagine a junkie to be anyway). One hit and i cannot seem to stop. I definitely try avoidance but sometimes my head says ‘you NEED this’ so I do.

    I’d love to learn how to get unhooked from sugar and learn to get that satisfied feeling with other things in life.

    Very frightened by the mere mention of ‘giving up’ sugar. Not even sure I can do it, but I can certainly try and this would be just the ultimate way to do it!

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    Kylie Reply:

    Elise, this is exactly how I feel. Glad I’m not the only one; it really does feel like what I imagine a smack addict feels like – searching for the next hit. Can we give it up it? Maybe with some help from others who understand? Here’s hoping!

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  • Ellen

    Hi Sarah! I’m a crazy American with an infatuation of eating healthy… Minus the four cookies I have each night with my husband. I’ve read your blog for a while. I even tried quiting sugar on my own- super hard! With the chance to be a part of the 8 week program I hope to eliminate the unhealthy cravings I experience and be an example to those around me.

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  • Jeraldine

    Oh wow! I just bought your book today and can’t put it down. I am a sugar addict! I would love to one day experience the freedom of not having to have something sweet after EVERY meal and for several snacks during the day. Each week starts off good but by the end of the first day I always give in. I would love to quit sugar and think I would really benefit from the support that a group has to offer. I also LOVE the idea of being given menu plans. That is exactly what I need. Thanks for the opportunity.

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  • Miroslava B.

    I’d like to experience live w/o sugar in it – simple like that. I found it quiet hard as sugar always has been a part of my life…since I can remember…

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  • Danielle

    I am a definite addict!!! I need help and would love to win this, please!

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  • Hannah

    Because I just want to nail it.

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  • Michele

    I am getting older and certain foods are starting to muck up my system and now with a young grandson I want to be able to play with him without joint pain as well and I know that it all has to do with sugar and mainly the hidden sugars in my food
    I have all the IQS books and have been researching, so would love to win a place in the 8 week program

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  • Terri wilson

    I look at my mum who has inoperable cancer and watch her pain. This could b me, I know how much sugar feeds cancer – I need to stop – NOW! Time for excuses to end…

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  • Dani

    There are a few reasons I would like to win this giveaway, the biggest being that I absolutely love how I feel going sugar free. I am a university student, and went SF for 8 weeks with your ebook last semester. I wasn’t hungry all the time, and as someone who has struggled with balanced eating my whole life, this alone was incredible. I didn’t constantly feel anxious- I could go hours without obsessing over what my next meal would be. It felt like I was in control, which led me to experiment and really enjoy what I was eating. Naturally life got in the way, but this fall I am truly impassioned to reassert my health as the number one priority. Your giveaway would really help with that.
    Thanks so much!

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  • http://www.bohemianwellness.com Lisa

    I would love to win this! I have been struggling to find ways to help my 9 year old to stop her addiction to sugar. I think that by doing this for myself, I could help to change the course of her sugar addicted life! Especially, because my daughter is a bit over weight for her age, she has a huge complex about it and I would love to see her feel more confident and in control over her food knowledge, and food choices that she make.

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  • Lee

    A fabulous sounding program, as I have a high risk of diabetes having had pregnancy diabetes twice, despite yoga and lots of healthy activity, I still crave sugar when overwhelmed.

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  • Romana

    Recently I’ve started given up a different temptation each month with my sister…no more soft drinks (don’t drink alcohol) & this months chocolate. Although these have been successful, I still recognise I’m substituting comfort food with sugary treats. I know I’ve had plenty of use from the cook books & can see my next goal being achievable with the program.

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  • Anna K

    My weight has yo-yoed my entire life and I have suffered from various illnesses. I have had enough. While I am mostly healthy, at least try to be, years of dieting and struggling has left my metabolism and it’s time to get healthy and change my life. I have the I Quit Sugar book and I absolutely love it, but i’m doing it alone and need some help and support! This program is exactly what I need to help me get back on track and change my life both physically and emotionally. Please help! I’ll be forever grateful! Anna x

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  • Belinda

    Yes, like the rest I want to kick the sugar habit and have been dabbling the last few weeks but would like to make a real commitment to it. Other than that, it is my birthday and I am turning 40 – and they say life begins at 40, so a fresh healthy start from that day is the best present I could receive.

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  • Karlie

    I want and need the support and guidance to quit sugar! This 8 week program would be perfect for me as a time poor pensioner.

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  • Miriam Honner

    I DID THE IQS PROGRAM PREVIOUSLY. I WAS OK UP UNTIL WEEK 4 THEN IT WAS REALLY TOUGH. I’M MUCH BETTER THAN WHAT I WAS BEFORE THE PROGRAM, I’M FAR MORE AWARE OF THE FOOD I’M EATING BUT I NEED MEAL PLANS AND COMMUNITY TO REALLY BREAK THROUGH IT!!!!!! I’M SO CLOSE SARAH, SOOOOOO CLOSE!!

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  • Amber Fetzer

    I think I echo what many have said on these comments.. I am addicted to sugar and it would be nice to not need it and just to be able to enjoy the occasional treat. I want to make it through most days without sugar and enjoy a few bites of a treat once in a while.

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  • http://keepwarm-daniellabella.blogspot.ca/ Danielle

    A couple of weeks ago I thought I’d go off the sugar, just for the day, to see if I could do it. Then, at work, someone offered me a piece of cake and before I never knew what I was doing, it was in my mouth. I know that this has more power over me than I’d like to admit. I’m afraid to try, afraid to fail. I’m also not particularly well most of the time with a bad belly, foggy brain and exhaustion. So maybe this is the answer? I’d like to try, I like to try with others but returning home after 15 months of overseas travel, a used car, and an old apartment, I have no room for this kind of course financially.
    I’m excited to see how it goes!!

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  • Jacinta

    For years I have been addicted to sugar, I just never realized it. One thing I do know it’s not helped with other bad habits I developed over time. I’m truly ready to say hello to the rest of my life sugar free! Thanks too Sarah, for the fantastic posts and often candid reflections on everyday matters towards a simple life. xoxox

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  • Siobhan

    I need to have this spot as I am a complete and utter sugar junkie! I simply can’t kick the habit cold turkey and need this to kick my motivation into level 11!

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  • kirsty

    Oh how I am loving this journey that the IQS team have inspired me to embark on … it would be such a great help to be a part of the 8 week programme community …I just know I would learn and cherish all that I would learn from such an experience !

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  • Kate

    I suffer from many “intolerences” and have been wanting to try this for a long time. However, I am not sure how many of the recipies I will be able to eat! I can’t afford an expensive outlay for the books if I am not going to be able to use them :(
    This would give me a fantastic “foot in the door” for the programme. Without the risk :)

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  • Shannon

    My auntie has recently been diagnosed with breast cancer, a hereditary disease which claimed the lives of two great-aunts and my mother (when I was 9). I’m currently undergoing genetic testing to see if I have the gene, and also trying to change aspects of my life to reduce my risk – no smoking, limited drinking, not going on the pill… The final piece of the puzzle is quitting sugar. I’ve recently read articles linking sugar consumption to cancer, and after reading ‘I Quit Sugar’ I’ve decided that this is something I need to do to limit my chances of getting this horrible disease.

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  • Elizabeth

    For me it’s a about creating a positive life. And that begins with feeling good about me and getting rid of the gunk weighing me down. I want to be an inspiration for healthy living to those around me and I see the I quit sugar program as being a big part of this : ) xx

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  • Hannah

    I am a stay at home mum to two beautiful boys, two and a half and six months. I love them but by three pm each day I get tired, frustrated, missing my old career as a journalist and reach for sugar to fix the low in my mood. I generally eat healthily, we don’t eat refined sugar, but struggle with sugar in supposed healthy sweetners such as fruit and maple syrup etc. I have your books but always get stuck with fruit.

    I need the support of like-minded people. I want to quit sugar to even out my moods to enjoy my boys and to be a better mum to them.

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  • josie

    It’s my birthday second of august.ill be 42….it feels older than it needs to. My darling dad is giving me ur book for my birthday…step one.would be blimmen excited and lucky to win this prize…that would be a huge step two.

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  • josie

    Unfortunately I can’t bloody work out how to do the rest of the entry…the sharing and so forth.ho hum

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  • http://www.whatalicedid.com Alice shaw

    I need to quit sugar as I think it could be the cause of my eczema.

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  • http://www.lieslg.com lieslg

    The sound of a sigh MUST preface my comment of……

    “Because I’ve been attempting the iquitsugar lifestyle for the better part of 2 years, aaaaand let’s just say that if it were to resemble a jumper I’d been knitting, it would be…either a hodge-podge-horrible sight or more optimistically………awesomely avant-garde!

    If anything, I guess I COULD give myself 10 out of 10 for ‘attempting’ (?)…..on-repeat!!
    (I might just indulge in that sigh again……;)

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  • Katie

    Type 1 Diabetic, Thyroid issues and a loooooove of sweet things. It just keeps dragging me back in….aaaaahhhhhh!

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  • Ivy

    I would like to try cutting out on sugar for health reasons. My mom’s side has history of diabetics and my dad’s has heart problem histories. So basically, two combined…. I’m typically doomed when I turn 40-50 or even 30s . I’m basically living and trying to live healthily for the past few months now especially now since my dad needed to undergo dialysis cos of poor diet knowledge/ lack of exercise/etc. I would like to improve and take control of my health as early as now to prevent these diseases from happening to me. I’m a Filipino and I work in Singapore and it’s hard to take control of your health- nutrition wise, if you really don’t know how your body works. Hopefully, with the nutritional diet recommendations of the I quit sugar, I could learn and hopefully maintain a healthy life. I would really appreciate it if I Ms. Wilson will chose me to receive such an amazing gift. Thanks! more power!

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  • Lance

    I’m fat. I’d like to be “not fat”. I’ve tried lots of stuff, the only success so far has been going cold turkey with alcohol. It resulted in 25kg loss. I need to loose another 25kg. I hope sugar is the key. I don’t think I eat much sugar because I’m not a sweet tooth but I’m sure it’s hiding. I just realised my usual (and I thought healthy) muesli has 28/100g sugar in it. I’ve read your books and I’m like to be more informed. I’m prepared to commit to this experiment.

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  • Tamara

    So keen to join the challenge and be supported to get this body rocking!

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  • Jen MacCulloch

    Hi there. :)

    I’m so fed up with feeling unwell and looking at my ever-growing unresolved file at the doctor’s office. I suspect there are some autoimmune things going on but I just can’t get any answers and I’m so sick of feeling sick and sorry for myself. :(

    I want to be the best example for my young kids and I don’t want them to see mum always tired and feeling sore and sorry for herself. I don’t want to burnout after the smallest exertion.

    I really think that the ‘I Quit Sugar’ could really help me – I’m ready and willing to try anything!

    Thanks Sarah and team.

    Jen :)

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  • Shan

    I think that my children asking for sugar sandwiches is a big hint that we need help to quit sugar. The 8 week program will help us as a family to make better choices and understand the importance of what we eat effects us inside and out. I suffer from IBS and have been on a lowFODMAP diet, but I still have a sweet tooth. I don’t wont my children to have digestive problems like I have.

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  • Anabel

    I’m a 16 year old girl, and I’ve just been diagnosed Hashimotos disease (I was recently diagnosed with an underactive thryoid in the past year, which has considerably affected my weight)…I’m overweight and addicted to sugar. I have incredible self-confidence issues, and have isolated myself because of my weight.
    My mum was at the gym today and a lady approached her, telling me I should check you out and buy your books! (Which I intend on doing!) I do eat healthily but I am addicted to sugar. I really do need some help. Diabetes runs in my family and I am at risk of contracting it to. I would love to win the “I quit sugar 8 week program”; this is what I need to change and improve my life.

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  • Kirsten W

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  • Tim

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