36 min

102. "Now I'm a diet free diva!": Tracy Life After Sugar

    • Nutrition

Tracy was my guest on Episode 10, and we check back in with her in this episode to see how she's doing.

Tracy says that she feels that she's grown in the last year since she left sugar behind. She feels like she's no longer enslaved. She's gained the self-confidence that she was lacking for a really long time because she was so ashamed of her secret war with sugar.

In this episode, Tracy talks about how she learned to trust herself. She talks about her definition of sugar (and of addiction), her justification of "healthy" baked goods and treats and her need for them, and her imperfections.
During COVID, her binge eating returned. And it scared her.
As a personal trainer and a fit pro, she had been so busy for so long, that she didn't have time to stop. But during the pandemic, she was forced to stop.
And think.

So Tracy took the time to do some inner work, with the help of a health coach, and she invested in herself and her well-being. She did the work to get to the root of her sugar addiction and her "diet brain". Listen to Tracy's inspiring journey in this catch-up episode.

Get Tracy's book "Diet Free Diva" here.

Get lots of valuable resources about sugar from Netta here:
Download your free simple guide to getting more energy here.To get rid of cravings, download your 5 tips here.Also check out the Life After Sugar Facebook page, and subscribe to my Instagram account and to the Life After Sugar YouTube channel.To be part of our lovely encouraging group and get support and accountability to let go of sugar, join us in the the After Sugar Club today!And for more personalized guidance and step by step mentoring from me, Netta, the 12-week "hands on" experience in the  Life After Sugar Program might be a good fit for you. Check out how to get to a place of true freedom from sugar in the program here.To rate and review this podcast:
scroll down in your podcast player on your phone and click on the stars. To leave a review, scroll down a little more and click on "Write a Review". Once you’ve finished, select “Send” or “Save” in the top-right corner. If you’ve never left a podcast review before, enter a nickname. Your nickname will be displayed on your review. After selecting a nickname, tap OK. Your review may not be immediately visible, but it should be posted soon.
Thank you! - Netta

Disclaimer: Information provided by Life After Sugar is not designed to and does not provide medical advice, professional diagnosis, opinion, treatment or services to you or to any other individual. This is general information for educational purposes only. The information provided is not a substitute for medical or professional care. Life After Sugar is not liable or responsible for any advice, information, services or product you obtain through Life After Sugar. You should always seek the advice of your physician or mental health professional before taking any action in response to any information on the Life After Sugar website or programs. Any action on your part in response to the information provided in the Life After Sugar website or programs is at your own risk.

Tracy was my guest on Episode 10, and we check back in with her in this episode to see how she's doing.

Tracy says that she feels that she's grown in the last year since she left sugar behind. She feels like she's no longer enslaved. She's gained the self-confidence that she was lacking for a really long time because she was so ashamed of her secret war with sugar.

In this episode, Tracy talks about how she learned to trust herself. She talks about her definition of sugar (and of addiction), her justification of "healthy" baked goods and treats and her need for them, and her imperfections.
During COVID, her binge eating returned. And it scared her.
As a personal trainer and a fit pro, she had been so busy for so long, that she didn't have time to stop. But during the pandemic, she was forced to stop.
And think.

So Tracy took the time to do some inner work, with the help of a health coach, and she invested in herself and her well-being. She did the work to get to the root of her sugar addiction and her "diet brain". Listen to Tracy's inspiring journey in this catch-up episode.

Get Tracy's book "Diet Free Diva" here.

Get lots of valuable resources about sugar from Netta here:
Download your free simple guide to getting more energy here.To get rid of cravings, download your 5 tips here.Also check out the Life After Sugar Facebook page, and subscribe to my Instagram account and to the Life After Sugar YouTube channel.To be part of our lovely encouraging group and get support and accountability to let go of sugar, join us in the the After Sugar Club today!And for more personalized guidance and step by step mentoring from me, Netta, the 12-week "hands on" experience in the  Life After Sugar Program might be a good fit for you. Check out how to get to a place of true freedom from sugar in the program here.To rate and review this podcast:
scroll down in your podcast player on your phone and click on the stars. To leave a review, scroll down a little more and click on "Write a Review". Once you’ve finished, select “Send” or “Save” in the top-right corner. If you’ve never left a podcast review before, enter a nickname. Your nickname will be displayed on your review. After selecting a nickname, tap OK. Your review may not be immediately visible, but it should be posted soon.
Thank you! - Netta

Disclaimer: Information provided by Life After Sugar is not designed to and does not provide medical advice, professional diagnosis, opinion, treatment or services to you or to any other individual. This is general information for educational purposes only. The information provided is not a substitute for medical or professional care. Life After Sugar is not liable or responsible for any advice, information, services or product you obtain through Life After Sugar. You should always seek the advice of your physician or mental health professional before taking any action in response to any information on the Life After Sugar website or programs. Any action on your part in response to the information provided in the Life After Sugar website or programs is at your own risk.

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