Sugar Addiction Management – Jody Dotson Health/Wellness Coach Program Launched

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Jodi Dotson announces her updated health management coaching for those suffering from a sugar addiction. The nutrition coach inspires people towards their wellness journey.

With her new classes, more people can recover from their sugar addiction. Many individuals do not realize that one of the main causes of their lethargy and weight gain is their dependence on artificial sugars.

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The coaching program teaches students how to properly identify unhealthy sugars and remove it from their diets. According to Dotson, the typical American consumes roughly three pounds of sugar each week. That translates to roughly 152 pounds of sugar each year.

Experts agree that added sugars negatively affect health and contribute to weight issues and other conditions such as hypertension and diabetes. In fact, the American Heart Association (AHA) has recommended cutting back to a maximum of nine teaspoons of sugar for men and six teaspoons of sugar for women and children over two each day.

Dotson is a registered health coach in the state and helps people return to a healthier lifestyle through practical and realistic diets. Instead of short-term success, Dotson explains that her coaching plans focus on the long-term. Still, she encourages her clients to record small milestones in their health journey to keep them motivated.

One of the more insidious contributors to poor health is sugar addiction, says Dotson. The health coach explains that most people remain unaware of how much sugar they are consuming each day.

She updated her health management coaching to highlight daily habits that contribute to sugar dependence. One such habit is eating out regularly. People can control how much sugar they take when they make their food from scratch.

Another habit that may be contributing to sugar addiction is emotional eating. The health coach discusses the connection between sugary foods and the release of endorphins. She says that emotional eaters are at the highest risk of developing a sugar dependence.

Dotson updated her coaching programs to help more people live happier, healthier lives. She stresses that eating nutritious meals can be delicious and guides students towards a sugar-limited diet.

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