Your go-to source of nutrition advice and information
You make choices everyday: when and what you eat, what time you go to sleep and wake up, how many teas or coffees you have, which of the miriad of information that hit you you believe and retain, or ignore and forget. You do so mostly by force of habit: your autopilot.
When was the last time you stopped and observed your habits to consider what impact they are having on your health and wellbeing?
If you did, would you know what information you can trust to improve?
Nutrition and lifestyle information out there can be confusing and even contrasting. This is often because news and advice oversimplify the complex interaction that food and lifestyle choices have on our body and mind. In this oversimplification process, important pieces of the puzzle get lost and the information gets diluted to the point of being only partially true.
At The Sugar Clinic, we consider the full picture before answering a nutrition and lifestyle question, at the cost of starting most answers with "It depends...". We provide accurate, scientific information whenever possible, whilst being aware that nutrition and lifestyle factors paint pictures in shades of grey, rather than black-and-white.
Do we recommend quitting sugar? Well... it depends!
First of all, 'quitting sugar' can mean one and a thousand things, but that's a topic for another time.
What you need to know is that we never follow a one-size-fits-all approach, and sugar is no exception. We are all about rebalancing blood sugar levels and educating about what sugar does to the body and mind, so you can make your own informed choice.
Discover what sugar-smart means for you and learn which foods to choose and which to avoid. Stop counting your calories, and make every calorie count. Small, simple changes in your food choices can improve your energy levels and mental clarity, positively affecting your habits, lifestyle and stress levels!
Find out more and contact us today to start your sugar-smart journey.
"The doctor of the future will no longer treat the human frame with drugs, but rather will cure and prevent disease with nutrition."
- Thomas Edison