TAG: Sugar Addiction

66 Days of No Flour and Sugar: Now What?

Hey, it’s Alex here from Team Molly, bringing you this week’s Sunday blog post! If you’ve read Breaking Up with Sugar, you know Molly talks a lot about keeping sugar and flour out of your diet for 66 days, the average amount of time it takes for us to form a new habit. With that, you […]

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What’s The Deal With Vices?

Maybe you’ve heard before, “Nothing wrong with having a vice” or “Everyone has as vice!” Some people go as far as arguing vices that having at least one vice is healthy, as it gives us that “reward” or satisfaction that might be hard to achieve otherwise.  But what do people really mean by vice? A […]

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The Opposite of Addiction is Connection

My BFF-who-doesn’t-know-it-yet, Brene Brown defines connection as, “the energy that exists between people when they feel seen, heard, and valued; when they can give or receive without judgment.” This connection is so important because it lifts the shame and feelings of “otherness” we feel when we are in isolation. And you’re certainly not alone if […]

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Meal Regulation: “When” Is As Important As “What”

So you want to stop yo-yo dieting, binging, or overeating? Science says one of the biggest key factors in achieving this is something called “meal regulation,” eating at predetermined, regular times throughout the day. The reason eating at scheduled times is so helpful is because most people fall into 1 of 2 traps: Either they […]

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