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Imagine going an entire year eating only whole foods and no added sugar? Now imagine doing it with two young kids.
Becca Sterritt is doing just that. She’s a mom of a 5 year old and 2 year old and as of November 1st, 2015, her family is undertaking a project to live one year without sugar and processed foods. On her blog, One Year Without, she shares delicious, easy to make recipes and lessons learned along the way.
Going an entire year without eating any processed foods may not resonate with you, and Becca is not going to tell you that you should never eat anything processed, or that all sugar is bad for you. However, she is on the podcast to share a lot of real life tips, tricks and mindset shifts so that you can transition to eating more whole, real foods.
In the interview we talk about:
- Why she decided to take on this project, and why she decided to say good bye to sugar for good
- Some of the unexpected benefits her, and her husband Adam experienced after switching to only whole foods
- How she deals with the ‘real world’ with her five-year-old son
- Simple ways to eat more whole foods in your diet
To help you get started, I also put together a “Choosing Better Quality Foods” Cheat Sheet. Click the blue button below to download!
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