Am I addicted to sugar?

Do you know that sugar is HIGHLY addictive? How high? Well in one study involving rats, it was shown to be more addictive than cocaine! Most people don't realize how much sugar they're consuming on a daily basis or that they could potentially be addicted to it.

Take the following quiz to learn whether you should be concerned about your sugar consumption.
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How often do you eat sweets such as cookies, cake, pie, ice cream, donuts, candy, etc.?
How often do you drink soda, sports drinks, fruit juice and/or alcohol?
If you stop eating sugar for a day, do you experience: irritability, headaches, tiredness or flu-like symptoms?
Do you regularly crave sugary sweets?
Can you stop after eating one bite of food containing sugar?
Can you have foods or beverages containing sugar in your home and NOT eat or drink them?
Do you continue eating sugar even though you're aware it's not healthy?
Can you go for more than 3 hours without eating and NOT become tired, angry, anxious, depressed, shaky or sweaty?
Which best represents your typical breakfast? (Click on all that apply.)
How often do you reward yourself with sweet treats?
Have you ever tried to give up sugar and NOT been able to do so?
Does the idea of living without sugar cause you to be uneasy, anxious or sad?
Hooray! You're probably NOT addicted to sugar!
However, it's important to remember that sugar is HIGHLY addictive and is added to most processed foods. Make sure you always read food labels and minimize the amount of sugar you're consuming. Follow me (www.connect4hope.com) for more tips on avoiding sugar and living a healthy lifestyle.
You MAY be addicted to sugar.
The good news is there are ways to address your sugar addiction and get on the path to a healthier diet and lifestyle. The best way to do this is to begin eliminating processed foods from your diet. To learn more about how I can help you kick your sugar cravings to the curb, sign up for a free health consultation with me (www.connect4hope.com/contact).