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Take a Sugar Break with Scarlett Leung

Sugar has taken over the world. It’s literally been compared to being just as addictive as hard drugs. So how do we combat the impact of sugar yet still feel like we can enjoy it in moderation? That’s where Scarlett comes in. As the Co-founder and CEO of Sugar Break, her team has worked hard to create a lineup of products that help reduce the amount of sugar you absorb, promote stable blood sugar, or curb that sweet craving. I had an amazing chat with Scarlett and she was gracious enough to offer all listeners a discount for trying Sugar Break. Use code TAYLOR15 at checkout and tell us what you think! KEY POINTS
  • The science behind the products
  • The Sugar Break Community
  • Offerings for the future
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I’m Taylor Daniele


My core belief is that you can carve your own path. Unafraid to stand in the gap, I started Healing In Hindsight™ after noticing that there weren’t many millennials of color that I could connect with. Being of black and thai descent, I was diagnosed at 25 with type 2 diabetes. I found the transition into managing my condition difficult. My hope is to have thoughtful conversations about how anyone living with diabetes can thrive by finding a way to manage that fits them.

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