Early registration for The Get Off Your Sugar Summit

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In the last 100 years, sugar consumption has skyrocketed. More addictive than cocaine, sugar alters brain chemistry and hijacks your health — causing craving and withdrawal symptoms, binging and weight gain.

Today, the average American consumes at least a half-pound of sugar per day (that’s 130 pounds every year!) — directly contributing to the development of type 2 diabetes, heart disease, non-alcoholic fatty liver disease, cancer and other health problems.

—>>Leave sugar behind when you attend this free, online event!

WHY ATTEND?
Your host, Dr. Daryl Gioffre, has personally struggled with and healed from sugar addiction and pre-diabetes. He became a health advocate after witnessing his father struggle with sugar addiction and cancer.

He vowed to do everything in his power to prevent people from suffering the way that his father did. He created The Get Off Your Sugar Summit to illuminate sugar’s insidious effects and share how to kick the sugar habit.

Dr. Gioffre is here to help you understand and combat the symptoms of sugar addiction.

The Get Off Your Sugar Summit could help you with:
+ Overcoming grain and sugar addiction
+ Dietary shifts to mitigate sugar’s effects
+ Tips and techniques for making healthier decisions
+ Finding hidden sugars in everyday foods
+ Getting your kids off sugar
+ Transitioning from sugar burning to fat burning
+ Creating gut health
+ And more!

—>>I’ll see you online at The Get Off Your Sugar Summit when you register today!

P.S. When you register for The Get Off Your Sugar Summit, you’ll also unlock early access interviews, free guides and helpful eBooks about living your most resilient life!

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