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So, you’re considering reclaiming your health and quitting added sugar – there are a few things you should know before you take the plunge. From the effects the change will have on your mind to the challenges involved, here’s you look into the sugar-free life. 

Australian mum Danielle Gallan joined the IQS 8-Week Program to combat her chronic pain and kick her sugar habit to the curb after dealing with growing concerns around insulin resistance and her long-standing PCOS condition.

It was after a visiting her GP and undertaking tests for the MTHFR gene that Aussie mum and nutritionist Mary-Anne Bennett started to ask questions around her family’s history of chronic disease. She set out on a journey to find some answers – here’s what her genetic testing experience revealed.

Ever wondered exactly what those tiny white crystals are doing to your brain? From cognitive degeneration to depression, we unpack the alarming effects too much added sugar can have.

We often hear about the importance of mindful eating as an antidote to overeating, emotional eating and distracted eating – but how does it actually work? We’ll be diving into a few simple ways you can engage in this practise known to boost mental and physical health. 

You might have heard celebrity powerhouse Selena Gomez is taking a sabbatical from social media apps for her mental health – but what can a move like this actually do for your brain? That’s what we’re here to dig up. 

Are you tired of feeling sluggish and foggy every day? Do you find yourself reaching for the chocolate after a long, stressful day? If so, you might find your mood and emotional regulation both could benefit from adopting a JERF (just eat real food) lifestyle.

Quitting sugar can be more than a little intimidating, but if you're reading this, then you've probably already taken the first step – making a decision to quit. What comes next is facing the onslaught of withdrawal symptoms – but if you’re armed and ready, you’ll glide through this stage. Here are our top tips to make it happen.

We’ve unpacked the first two pillars of the Wim Hof Method – breathing and cold therapy – and now it’s time to unmask the final, but equally important, pillar of commitment. We’ll be diving into what it entails and how you can try it.

You won’t just notice a difference on the scales when you quit added sugars – you’ll notice a whole-body change, inside and out. Here are 3 benefits you might not expect to come along with your quitting sugar journey. 

We might feel the most comfortable living in climate of around 22 degrees, but Wim Hof practitioners believe snapping out of that comfort zone in cooler depths may be the key to improved immunity, digestion and mental health. So, how does cold exposure therapy work? Let’s find out.

Defined by calming breathing methods, cold exposure and conquering one’s bodily limits, the Wim Hof method is a practise that is growing in popularity – from celebrities to therapists, masses of people are flocking to reap the benefits. Here’s why.

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