I want to tell the world about your blog so we can spread the word together about the health benefits and Sweetness of Being Sugar-Free.
If you have a sugar-free blog, just share your URL here and provide a one-or-two-sentence description of your sugar-free and/or weight loss journey and goal for your blog.
If your blog is listed below, please give some information, too.
If you haven't created a Sugar-Free Blog yet, I invite you to start one to publicly chronicle your sugar-shunning journey. Blogging can help you stay on the healthy path and create a life you love. Plus, you can help yourself and others at the same time.
So join the growing community of Sugar-Free Bloggers.
Here are a few Sugar-Free Bloggers I've found so far.
- Dana Kennedy: A Year Without Candy - www.yearwithoutcandy.com - Read my previous post about Dana's exciting blog.
- David Vanadia: www.vanadia.com/stopbeingsweet
- Amy F.: http://myyearwithout.blogspot.com
- Maureen Flores: My Sugar Free Sweet Life - www.maureenflores.com
- Angie: http://gluten-dairy-sugarfree.com
- Amy Green: http://www.simplysugarandglutenfree.com
- Alex: http://spoonfulofsugarfree.com/about/
If you're a blogger, who writes about being being sugar-free from time to time, you're invited to join us, too. Here are some bloggers like this:
- Australian media personality and journalist Sarah Wilson: http://www.sarahwilson.com.au/category/i-quit-sugar/
- Susan Mernit: http://www.susanmernit.com/blog/2008/07/why-i-quit-sugar-and-how-this.html
- Amy Beth O’Brien: http://www.amybethobrien.com/home/i-quit-sugar/
- Haydi: http://moonsharm.blogspot.com/2010/09/new-diet-out-with-that-sugar.html
If I've forgotten your blog, don't fret. Just post a comment, I'll add it to this master list.
I look forward to joining together to spread the word about the joy of sugar-free living.
By the way, have you seen the amazing story from Gary Taubes, Is Sugar Toxic?
Guidelines to be Included: Please note that blogs to be listed here advocate using healthy products only. We will not feature blogs that promote the use of artificial sweeteners, agave, honey, sugar or high fructose corn syrup.
Sugar-Free Bloggers, hope to hear from you soon!