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Sugar Free February
February 2019

Emma-Louise takes on Sugar Free February

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Emma-Louise Donald

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I’m going sugar free!!! Aim to raise funds for cancer research and get healthier in the process. Please come and support

Thanks for visiting my fundraising page. Anyone who knows me knows Im addicted to sugar. I cut it from my coffee 2 years ago but the cakes, pancakes and sweet treats are still an issue... big issue!! My sugar addiction is now taking
Toll on my health and needs addressing and with cancer being close to my heart with my mum being a survivor and narrowly avoiding it myself 10 years ago thanks to the wonderful gyny team at Derby, Ive made the decision that I’m ditching the sweet stuff and giving up sugar from now to the end of February, hopefully beyond to raise money for Cancer Research UK and helping to beat cancer sooner. Another of my reasons is to be a good role model to my kids too, I always thought I could eat sugary rubbish and be fine and I need to teach my girls that sugar isn't good for you as I'm now paying the price and lead by example. Im planning on doing updates on how im getting on, the highs and lows, with everything in between. So I ask please help me conquer my cravings by sponsoring me and making a difference. Even the smallest amount makes a big difference. I thank you all in advance xxx

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