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Quit Sugar Summit 7-12 Sept 2021

Discussion in 'Diabetes News' started by MrsA2, Aug 25, 2021.

  1. MrsA2

    MrsA2 Type 2 · Well-Known Member

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    https://go.quitsugarsummit.com/the_quit_sugar_summit_registration_thanks

    I attended (virtually) several of the sessions at last year's Quit Suagr Summit and found it informative and motivating.
    it's free if you can watch on the day (within 24 hours) . You only have to pay if you want recording to watch at leisure.
    It is American and so are most of the presenters, but still worth dipping in and out of.
    Robert Lustig headlining this year.
     
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    MrsA2 Type 2 · Well-Known Member

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    Sorry I got the dates wrong, and this online summit started today.
    Majoring on quitting sugar for weightloss, there's still lots of good stuff relevant to us diabetics.
    The theme this year is how to encourage children into a sugar free, or reduced sugar life style.
    9 sessions a day to choose from, all free if watched within 24 hours.

    Today I enjoyed Judy Cho who found her own way to resolving her own poor mental heath through nutrition and who is now helping others including getting her mother diabetes into remission.
     
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