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Day 7: Laziness Leads to Failure

June 14, 2012


Day seven was a complete failure. Sure, it had some bright spots but overall – it’s time to pull the plug on it. Too much sugar. Not enough vegetables. Not enough real food. This is my food journey. Rinse and repeat. It started with a visit with a friend. She is a cook and had […]

Day 6: More of the Same Laziness

June 13, 2012


Lady Sisyphus embarks on a 30-day journey to no added sugar. Day six was okay. It wasn’t stellar but it wasn’t a total loss. I started off with a great five mile run/walk in the morning. I ran (almost literally) into a posse of older women on bikes. Always inspiring. Foodwise, it was more of […]

Day 1: I Can Do Anything! I Can’t Do Anything!

June 7, 2012


Isn’t that the way it always is? You start something new and the first day is full of promise and excitement. So it goes with Lady Sisyphus as I embark on a 30-day sugar-free journey. Today should be easy. 6:30 am – I had cereal for breakfast. I need to put more thought into this […]

No Sugar Coating Here…

February 2, 2012


UCSF researchers are boldly going where they will surely be skewered. In this article by Juliana Bunim, UCSF researchers stress that we – as a society – need to eliminate sugar from our diets. The science is clear: sugar is addictive, toxic and responsible for a global health crisis. Bunim writes, At the levels consumed by […]