#149 Sugar Addiction: How Real is It? with Michael Collins, founder of SugarAddiction.com and Chairman of the Board of the Food Addiction Institute. Michael has been sugar free for over 30 years and shares his perspectives on sugar addiction as well as drug/alcohol use, for which he is also in recovery for, plus how he raised his children to be sugar free, what we teach our children when we pacify with mood altering rewards, "The Keto Flu", and much more! Visit SugarAddiction.com and take the sugar quiz now! Get the free Kindle version of Michael's book on Amazon now titled The Last Resort Sugar Detox Guide: https://www.amazon.com/Last-Resort-Sugar-Detox-Guide-ebook/dp/B07JNSBVX4/ref=sr_1_2?keywords=michael+collins+book+sugar+addiction&qid=1571711657&sr=8-2.
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