Get Victory Over Sugar with “Sweet Victory” Giveaway (NOW CLOSED!) ~ $227 value!

Dairy Free Ice Cream

Sugar-free Caramel Ice Cream (photo by Ricki Heller)

Do you:

  • feel like you just can’t stop eating sugar, no matter how hard you try?
  •  think that if you tried to stop, your food would be–well–blah?
  • find yourself able to wear many hats, but can’t shake the pull that the candy dish has on you?
  • feel depleted and sluggish?
  • feel addicted to your morning muffin and your afternoon cookie?
  • want a great way to get rid of that muffin top on top of your waistband?

Have you tried again and again, without success, to cut sugar from your life?

Are you looking to take one of the most important steps that you can in the road to whole health?

Yes.  Sugar is a big problem for a lot of us.

It was for me and judging from the emails and comments that I receive, it is for a lot of my readers too.

Well–do I have a great giveaway for you!

I mentioned about 1 week ago on my Facebook page that I was thinking about doing a big giveaway for a sugar detox program.

Since the response was so positive, (and since getting off sugar has had such a huge effect on my life) even though I’m feeling a little too overwhelmed, I thought I’d make it a priority to do this and give one of my lucky readers a FREE MEMBERSHIP TO SWEET VICTORY – - SUGAR DETOX ONLINE COURSE!  A $227 VALUE!

What a gift!

I sure wish I had something like this around when I got off the sugar wagon.

Included in the “Sweet Victory Course” Are:

  • 2 hour audio recording with thorough teachings about sugars ~ in general, in your health, and in your kitchen
  • MP3 so that you can listen wherever you’d like (on a run, at the gym, during your commute)
  • handouts with information on how to satisfy your sweet tooth without the sweet and low
  • delicious recipes to help you eliminate the white stuff and bring the right stuff
  • ‘in the kitchen with Andrea’ video to guide you through when and how to use each sweetener
  • charts, graphs and images to help the more visual learners among us (I’m with you!)
  • TWO 1.5 hour teleseminars (March 24 & 31) with instructive teaching about detoxing your body of sugar and cravings once and for all
  • Daily protocol for the sugar cleanse
  • 24/7 online support from Andrea and Ricki throughout the entire program
  • Full & perpetual access to  Replenish PDX Sweet Tooth, Bitter Truth homestudy program ($67 value) so you can return to the resources again and again

Course Value: $227

You’ll Learn:

  • What exactly is glucose?
  • Where is it found and when is it problematic?
  • How does sugar affect our bodies and brains?
  • We’ll look at sugars effects on immunity and cancer; yeast overgrowth like Candida; blood sugar issues like diabetes; hormone regulation and adrenal fatigue; depression, anxiety and sleeplessness, metabolism and more.
  • Which sugars should be avoided and how can you navigate the tricky realm of finding where they may be hiding?
  • Which sweeteners are good to use, when, and why?
  • How do you actually kick the habit?

Wondering What You’ll Eat?

Well, every recipe on my site is something that you could for sure incorporated into the program, but I must say, you will get access to some AMAZING recipes (including the one for the Caramel Ice Cream pictured above) from Ricki Heller, my dear friend who blogs at Diet Dessert N Dogs.  Ricki and I “met” years ago when I was first starting my “walk away from sugar”.  And now it’s been my great pleasure to get to know her better.

Ricki’s recipes are simply genius (and she’s no intellectual slouch either).  Among the culinary offerings that you will get along with this fabulous course are (I’m drooling already):

  • Grab and Go Breakfast Bars
  • Gluten Free Bean Crust Pizza
  • Caramel Ice Cream
  • Coconut Brittle
  • Gluten Free Fudgy Brownies
  • Smoky Almond Gravy

Hungry Yet?

For more details about the program, head over here to Sweet Victory.

AND – Andrea Nakayama of Sweet Victory has kindly offered to give everyone who enters my contest a coupon code for $30 off the enrollment price!

To take advantage of this, you must complete an entry that requires you to leave a comment on my post.  I will email everyone who left a comment on this post with the coupon code for $30 off the Sweet Victory enrollment fee.

Here’s how you can win this super health promoting prize! 

1.  First, make sure that you are subscribed to my email blog feed. This is mandatory for entering!

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GOOD LUCK!


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Good luck!  And Best of Health to all of you on your quest to quit sugar!


 

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  1. For the life of me, I can’t figure out how to use this raffle…..site.

  2. Would love to win because I want to learn more about what sweeteners are best to use (erythritol, stevia, honey, coconut sugar, etc.) in place of sugar.

  3. Stephanie says:

    Try as I might, I just can’t kick the sweet tooth…this would be a Godsend to me (and my family!). Thank you for the opportunity to win!

  4. Wow that would be AWESOME! I am trying to detox from sugar right now. I had to start over today because I ate a piece of my birthday cake last night :( It made me soooo sick. I would love to learn more about this!

  5. Christine says:

    I have tried and tried to give up sugar over the years and failed. Is there hope?

  6. Looks like an exciting prize!! Wow!!

  7. Michele Hood says:

    Sugar is my demon. Need help!

  8. This looks like it would really help me. It describes ME.

  9. Stephanie says:

    Would love to be able to get rid of sugar – for my health!

  10. I’d love to win this prize!! For the past 3 wks I have been trying to cut out all sugar, while I am doing well, I ned help!! I also have Celiac and have cut out most grains. THis is so hard though. I believe my fibromyalgia, depression, adrenal issues would be greatly helped if I was to cut out all sugar. This sounds like just what I need!

  11. I really need to learn what sugers are ok, and what aren’t and cut way down on all of them. Sweet things are an addiction my DH and I share, that I’d love to cut out…or at least down on, but he wouldn’t be very happy with me if I totally tried to cut it out, so learning what I could use to help would be very helpful.

  12. I (and my family) would love to win this class! I have a lot in common with Lori G. I am in dire straits right now because of fibromyalgia and candida issues. I’m planning on doing GAPS this fall (it isn’t practical for me to start any sooner). This would be a *great* way for me to get off of the sugar now to help ease my severe symptoms! Thanks so much for this giveaway chance Adrienne. I really enjoy your blog and this is super exciting!

    • Thanks for your kind words, Kate! I would love for you to check out my adrenal fatigue post as well. I am healing very well on a good diet and with Theresa Vernon’s help. My heart goes out to you. It is horrible. I know. I hope to share more soon. If you need more advice, shoot me an email.

  13. I’m pretty sure I’m addicted to sugar and need to do a sugar fast because the two weeks that I did earlier this year just wasn’t enough.

  14. Suzanne H says:

    I have a lot of sugar cravings and would love to overcome them.

  15. I am excited about this give away!

  16. I am not sure what “counts” as sugar. Does fruit? What is natural sugar? I think the giveaway will teach me this! Yeah!

  17. I am signed up for the newsletter!

  18. yes I am addicted to sugar… quit before, but went back to it :-( The hardest battle of my life by far!!!

  19. I would love to win because I love sugar but hate to eat it!

  20. Marjorie says:

    Would love to win to learn more about sugar alternatives. I have some I use, but wonder truly how healthy some are.

  21. I really need to get off sugar. It’s so addicting! Thanks for the giveaway!

  22. This class would be great! I have high Triglycerides and am really trying to drastically lower my sugar intake. My daughter is lactose and gluten intolerant and is a sugar junkie. I am working on getting her off of sugar – not easy with a teenager!

  23. This is a wonderful giveaway your doing. The reason I entered is because I am learning about how to eat right and am confused with how much I am hearing from media. I am a type 1 diabetic (for 13years) and with medication its controlled but I have been trying to stay away from sugar. The problem is sugar alchohols, fatfree and sugar free- all makes me feel worse! I am trying to take care of my body.

    • What kind of s. alcohols are you using? I’d love for you to stick around my blog and poke around on my Recipes page. I use xylitol, erythritol and stevia mainly and they sit with us all pretty well. The other alcohols are awful. Stay away from the fat free. I don’t think they are very good for you. I’m sure you’ll find things you like!

      • I try to use stevia and I really like it. There are so many brands I am not sure which to use. I use cup by cup in the raw stevia mostly.
        However in juice I buy its made with splenda. Then in a lot of the other things its Sucralose. I am not sure whats in everything but even gum I have found aspartame and in my cough drops. I try and control my weight so I am nervous at times with going full fat but I think I need to transform my mind into believing its better for me.

        • Hi Ashley. Take a look at my post on Bean Fudge. It’s great and there’s a link to the stevia brand I use now. KAL is pretty good too. I hope to try Wisdom Naturals soon. I wouldn’t eat Splenda. Its fillers are sugars. Sucralose is a better option and the one I’m linking to for you is straight sucralose. I’d stay away from Aspartame too. Here’s a link to a great cough drop w/ a healthier sweetener. I’d be happy to answer other sweetener questions for you in a post if you email me at wholenewmom at gmail dot com. Good questions!

  24. I need some new recipes to help my sweet tooth!

  25. This is one area I feel really undereducated in, so I don’t do much about my sugar intake. I’d love to learn how to make cakes etc without it!

    • This sounds great for you. Have you checked out my recipes page – it’s all sugar free! I will be continuing to post more ideas as well. Next – SF jello!

  26. I would love to win this prize!! Wow.. I have been trying to get off of sugar for years.. this sounds like the extra support that I need. Thank you for this opportunity to win :)

  27. Bc I want to know how to make that ice cream!! ;)

  28. I have been working towards a sugar-free diet but feel overwhelmed by all the ‘natural’ sugar replacers like stevia and xylitol and would love to find out more on how to use them, when, or if at all, etc. This sounds like a great educational tool!

    • I’ll be sharing more about the sweeteners too – so if you don’t win you can just stick around here….or send me an email :-). Glad to be of help!

  29. michelle in colorado says:

    I try and try and just can not kick the feeling of need for sugar.

  30. I’d love to win this one!

  31. Would love to win this! My entire family needs help with sugar and carb addiction.

  32. I would love to win because I know getting rid of sugar would help me in my fibro pain battle but it is so darn hard some times!! Thank you for a great giveaway!

  33. Wouldn’t let me post a comment with my entry :(. Hope I didn’t lose out. I really need “Sweet Victory”!

  34. I really need this!

  35. This would be great for our entire family. We’ve made a lot of progress in other areas of our diet, but still consume way more sugar than is good for us. Thanks for the giveaway!

  36. I would LOVE to win this. I am currently on a ton of antibiotics for a serious illness, which makes me prone to Candida. Unfortunately, I have a REALLy hard time quitting sugar! Maybe this would be the thing that got me over the hump

  37. I’m so tired of feeling tired and have so much to learn about what sugar is doing to my body.

  38. I would love to win this. My DH and i have been working towards a sugar-free lifestyle for 3 months now. This would be very helpful!

  39. Kimberly Louis-Jean says:

    Would love to win this to help defeat once and for all my random sugar cravings. I don’t use sugar often, but I occasionally get a hankering for a dark chocolate bar and holidays are usually a mess.

  40. Beckie Sommerville says:

    This giveaway would change my life! I have been doing my best to get off of sugar but I still am fighting cravings and often succumb. I would love for me and my family to get off the white stuff and never go back.

  41. Mitzi Cline says:

    I would just like to feel better and more intentional.

  42. Teresa S says:

    I love sugar, which is why this would be good for me! Thanks for the giveaway!

  43. Kimberly says:

    I’d love to finally be rid of my sugar addiction!

  44. we eat way to much sugar, so this would be a lifesaver for me & my kids!

  45. I desperately need this. I am completely addicted to sugar and it’s actually quite depressing. :-(

  46. I have had a love/hate relationship with sugar for many years, being a victim of the very popular low fat craze of the 80′s. So long as it didn’t have fat, I felt I could eat as much as I wanted. Thus, the introduction of too much sugar in my diet. I now have tons of food sensitivities and gut issues, for which I’m sure sugar plays a part. I look foward to being free of it for good!

  47. I am not a sugar eater… but I would like this prize to encourage my daughters in good health!

  48. I have the “I can’t eat just one” problem. I’ve struggled so long. I’d love to combat it once and for all. (And maybe my acne would clear up too!)

    • I think the “can’t eat just one” is hard for a lot of us. Acne probably has other roots as well, is my guess. But it sure can’t hurt!

  49. I have been sick on and off since last summer. I believe I can get better through a healthy diet but have such an addiction to sugar. I have a condition called PCOS which makes it very difficult to get my sugar under control. I currently take medication for this but would love to stop and feel I can do this with my sugar under control.

  50. Susan Smith says:

    I want to improve my and my family’s health.

  51. I have been struggling with this also. Now that I have hit 50 it is even more important for me to get off thhis roller coaster. Thanks for the opportunity.

  52. This looks interesting. I just popped on the site to see how to make foaming hand soap and saw the giveaway. Hope I win!

  53. I love educating people about natural health and the more info I have the better. This course sounds wonderful!

  54. Susie Daggett says:

    I am addicted to sugar!

  55. Thank you for the opportunity to learn more about keeping sugar out of our lives.

  56. Would love to win this giveaway to learn more about getting off refined sugar – we have greatly reduced refined sugar use in our house over the past year, and am learning more, but would love a helpful course to help us fully get over the hump :)

  57. I would love to win this. I have slowly become addicted to sugar and have tried several times to get off sugar with no success. I always seem to cave and give into my sweet tooth.

  58. I’m trying to eat less sugar! I don’t like feeling addicted to anything.

  59. I would love to win because I have been trying to get my husband and I off sugar for awhile, but its hard because we are so used to eating it and he is picky about different tastes.

  60. We are currently eliminating processed sugar from our diets. It is tough, especially when we share a household with my parents who are not at all interested in healthier eating. This would be great to give us the gumption to stick with it.

  61. Martha T says:

    Sugar is a hard one to give up, but I know I need to do it. Help would be great!

  62. Sugar junkie here needs to win this!

  63. Julee A. says:

    Many, many reasons to get off sugar! 1)Migraines in abundance lately. 2)My son is getting married in June and I need to drop many pounds 3) I just feel better when I am off the sugar roller coaster.

    • Great reasons! Watch those headaches. Regardless if you win or not, work at the sugar and refined stuff. I would think that should help. Nutritional Balancing (see my adrenal fatigue post) would be a good think to look into as well. My friend’s son’s migraines are a TON better after doing this protocol.

  64. I’m currently watching Hungry For Change and now I KNOW I need to stop the sugar ASAP. I’m sure this giveaway would be such a huge help.

  65. I have recently started a more real foods-based diet with my family. While I have never thought I had a HUGE sweet tooth, I’ve found out that one exists, indeed. However, nothing compares to my husband’s sweet tooth. He is getting better, but is not completely cured. However, he is interested in learning what food does to his body, and knowledge is power. I believe that if he understood the full extent of the damage that he is causing himself when he eats junk, he would drop it in a hot minute! And some practical how-to’s never hurt!

  66. Michelle says:

    I am just starting to learn about the whole foods lifestyle, and I think this course would be a great place to get started.

  67. My wife and I just went through eliminating grains and dairy from our diet and reducing sugar, but we have yet to get rid of it altogether–maybe this is what we were waiting for! :D

  68. I’ve been going through alot of stuff with different health things recently that we are still trying to diagnose. Apparently 4 years with a child with a severe medical condition and another that doesn’t sleep and screams has taken it’s toll on my body. I am slowly researching my way towards healthy.

  69. I am in the process of cutting sugars and would love to know more!

    jenetta

  70. I really need this … I changed my diet to whole foods 1.5 years ago – in the first 8 months, I lost 60-70 pounds, but since have continued to sabotage myself (especially night eating). This would be a good kick in the pants that I need to get myself back on track so that I can have a healthy body (still need to lose 70 pounds). Thanks for offering this!

  71. I’ve tried to quit a handful of times but make a mistake then go all the way. I need this so badly.

  72. My husband and I have been working incredibly hard to get off of Pepsi. We have been successful for 2 weeks but are drinking a couple of glasses of Coke and or Sweet Iced Tea each day. We are trying to get our whole family off of sugar and caffeine! We have 4 kids so all of the help we can get would be awesome! Thanks for putting this together!

  73. susan plocher says:

    As someone who has suffered with sugar addiction for years getting off the sugar craze would be such a huge blessing for me.

  74. There is nothing better than ice cream, pralines, sugar….yum. I have a 3 year old and I’m trying to monitor his sugar so when he gets older he won’t have the problems I have. My triglycerides are high…..i probably have metabolic syndrome and yeast issues.

    I’d love to have this.

  75. this is a great giveaway! my family has just started getting rid of the sugar – this would be sooo helpful! glad i found your site:)

  76. I need to gain control over sugar so I’ll be around long enough to raise my children!

  77. Socorro Rivas says:

    I’d like to win because I need help with my sweet tooth. I constantly crave something sweet, especially after meals. I’d also like to learn how to use different types of sweeteners. I currently have a pound of xylitol I don’t know how to use.