Let It Go

My grandaughter's favorite movie is Frozen. And now you'll have Idina Menzel's voice in your head the rest of the day.

The meal replacement and nutrition company I'm using calls losing weight "releasing pounds."

Counselors almost always counsel on moving forward and not getting stuck in the past.

Stress eating may be the number one reason Americans eat, on average, 1/4 to 1/2 a pound of sugar a day.

This article by Jennifer Regan asks, "Would you eat 22 packets of sugar? Then why do you drink the eqivalent in your can of soda?  Not So Sweet.

Could you let go of added sugar? Think about it. Go back and read the above mentioned article. Also, the Netflix documentary "That Sugar Film" will get you thinking about giving up on sugar.

Here at Grandmas Getting Healthy we're all about taking steps, even if they're baby steps. So pick one thing this week. Let go of soda pop? Let go of chips? Let go of fruit juice? Let go of the doughnut? Step away from the ice cream? Bread? Cookies? Crackers? Salad dressing? 

On your mark, get set ... let it go.

While you're at it, make a decision to let go of a bad habit (ei: stress eating) and some old bitterness or grudges. Your mind, body, and soul will thank you.