Sugar Free February
February 2020

Sophia takes on Sugar Free February

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Sophia Williams

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I'm giving up sugar this February for Cancer Research UK, please support me.

In memory of

My father, Edward Williams. May he continue to sleep in peace.

Hey guys,
Thank you for visiting my fundraiser page. As part of my goal for this year I am committed to controlling my sugar cravings. By doing so, I am implementing a regime of sugar-free foods and cakes, fresh fruits, nuts and seeds in my diet, and stepping away from the more processed sugars in cakes, cookies, condiments, and the big one ICE CREAM (my best friend)!!! I have a HUGE sweet tooth as I love sweets. Case in point as I am looking at this banner my mouth is already watering as I visualize tasting all the foods I have listed. But I am up for the challenge and as it is for a great cause and will lead to a healthier lifestyle benefiting me in the long run. I am motivated to giving up sugar for the month of February.
Having lost my dad when I was 6 years old due to him having cancer. I always wish he had access to the right information back than that we have today. I am doing this for him and the many others we all know who have lost their lives because of the deadly disease. Nonetheless, no matter the amount, every penny makes a huge difference to vital cancer research so please help me conquer my cravings and show your support with a donation to my page.

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