Sugar Free February
February 2019

Julie Francis takes on Sugar Free February

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Cancer research is close to my heart.Enhancements in diagnosing and treatment of cancer may improve a person's prognosis

Thanks for visiting my fundraising page!
This february help me say "NO" to added sugars.
Before anything else, natural sugars exist in our daily food. The AHA suggests that a woman can take a maximum of 25g (100calories)of sugar in a day to keep a healthy lifestyle; to put in perspective this is about 3 granny smith apples. I am limiting my sugar intake to a maximum of 12g/day from natural sources,mostly from vegetables.
Added sugars are in the following foods and the ones I should be avoiding:
Fruit juices,fizzy drinks, yogurts,breakfast cereals, candies,sweets,baked goods,coffeeshop coffees, preserved fruits,alcoholic beverages...the list is long but you guys know what I mean.
I hope you can help me raise money for Cancer research. Just ONE POUND goes a long way.
(Donors will be sent my sugar intake breakdown at the end of the month using a sugar counter app)
Much thanks!

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