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The Sugar Story Children’s Book – Teaching Kids About Sugar

The perfect way to start talking to your little loved ones about sugar.


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About The Sugar Story

The Sugar StoryJoin Sugar and his friends, the fruits, and vegetables of every color. We’ll learn that Sugar lives in the fruits and vegetables and tells our bodies that they are good for us, letting us know of all the different superpowers in fruits and vegetables. But what happens when sugar is taken out of the fruits and vegetables? He keeps saying that what we’re eating is good for us, but when it’s not in a fruit or vegetable, it’s just not true anymore.

Let’s not just say that sugar is bad but explain its purpose in nature.

The Sugar Story is written by Emelie Kamp and published by Worth it Living Publishing.

Learn more about The Sugar Story as well as print out games, coloring pages, and recipes at . For more, see Emelie Kamp’s article on how to talk to your kids about sugar.

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Emelie Kamp is an entrepreneur, wellness coach, green living coach, author of The Sugar Story, and health industry consultant - working towards transforming the way we feel and the way we see ourselves. Be encouraged, be empowered, live your purpose.

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Beneath the Layers

Rock Layers

In the beginning of the journey of work clients and I venture on, the surface issues and discussions are initially “just surface.”

In fitness, when there’s a movement a client cannot perform after much practice and polishing, the first thought is that they just can’t do it.  Soon enough, we discover their central nervous system has protected their body from moving in that specific manner, because there is a limiting belief and limiting decision their central nervous system and their unconscious mind have a greed upon. And it has defined itself as “safety.”

When clients want to lose weight, we later on discover the emotional un-resolve rooted in eating patterns inhibiting them from their success of doing so. Sometimes, more often than others, there’s systematic problems inhibiting digestion promoting bloating, infections wreaking havoc, and the list goes on.

Mental blocks become obvious as we begin to peel away the layers. We eventually become acquainted that the behavioral “issues” desired to be changed, are very obvious physical symptoms or manifestations breeding beneath deeper layers.

There’s a lot of “stuff” we stuff. That “stuff” will introduce itself to you and the world around you, eventually. Self preservation can feel “safe” and comfortable. But it is unsustainable. Eventually the totality of us, will beg to be resolved. Lean in listen and learn. Eventually you will heal.

“We will project that which is unconscious in the most obvious of ways in order to become consciously aware which is most unconscious so we can gain the learning necessary to get results.”- Nathan Rossi

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