Can you become addicted to sweet foods… and what are the first signs of a sugar addiction? Find out in this short video.
I’m interviewing a real expert on this important topic, Bitten Jonsson, RN. She has decades of experience, first with battling addiction herself, then of treating thousands of people with addictions.
Here’s our members’ feedback on it – as well as more on sugar addiction:
Member feedback on the interview
OMG that’s me! I seriously need help to control that damned red dog. Awaiting the next interview with great anticipation. My blue dog is currently in control but the red dog is yapping away trying to be heard again.
it was like she was telling my story. even though i consider myself LCHF i still struggle with the red dog.
It’s a shame that I can’t share this with non members as it would open a lot of eyes to this issue. Very interesting interview.
This has a wealth of information. A must see for anyone who craves sugar. Although there are several videos on this site I have gleaned from and would recommend, I will be encouraging my friends and family to become members just to see this interview. Thank you for making this available.
I liked the fact that she talked about irritability. Feeling less irritable (and feeling happier instead) is my favourite benefit of following LCHF. I also think that the imagery of “the red dog” will help me resist carb temptations!
Fabulous interview. It describes exactly how I’ve felt all my life. I look forward to seeing Bitten’s next interview. Thank you so much!
Very clear message. Thank you. I cannot wait for the next instalment. I now have the whole family interested in LCHF. Not converted just interested. The idea of food addiction is a game changer for us. We now want to know how to beat this red dog.
This interview was awesome. I have known I was a carb addict for awhile but to have someone so simply and beautiful explain my life’s relationship with food was great. Red dog blue dog is such a fabulous picture of how to combat this addiction. When will the follow up interview be released?
More Coming Up
There’s much more coming up on the subject of sugar addiction. Later this week we’ll publish our second interview with Jonsson, about the tools needed to defeat a sugar addiction.
Many people believe that eating low-carb is enough. But avoiding sugar and all refined carbs is just a necessary first step. It may be enough to defeat common sugar cravings, but a true sugar addiction is much harder to get free from. It usually takes more insights and tools… and that’s what Jonsson will share in the second part of the interview.
And Even More (Maybe)
From the early feedback it seems that this is a subject that many people find deeply interesting. Bitten Jonsson and I are discussing doing a more in-depth and longer video course, possibly several hours total, giving away all her most important insights and practical tools for battling a sugar addiction. There would also be additional reading material available.
The idea would be to make this treasure trove of knowledge – that could easily cost hundreds of dollars or more – freely available for all our members. Thus it would even be possible to watch it for free, with a trial membership.
Would you be interested in us doing a longer video course on sugar addiction? How it works, what to look out for and the best tools for getting free?
It would be a lot of work for me, Bitten Jonsson and our video crew to get it done (taking time from our other priorities). If you think it would be worth it let me know in the comments below.