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Sugar Detox for Beginners

Beat Your Sugar Addiction Once and for All

Sugar is an addictive substance, just like caffeine, nicotine, or alcohol. Eating too much sugar can have serious, long-term consequences for your health and your appearance. The Sugar Detox for Beginners will give you the tools you need to seize control of your sugar intake. A sugar detox diet is the most effective way to remove sugar from your system and break the dangerous cycle of unhealthy sugar cravings. With The Sugar Detox Diet, you will get over 75 delicious sugar detox recipes to help you feel more energetic and clear-headed than ever before.

Sugar Detox for Beginners will help you start an effective sugar detox today, with:

77 delicious and nutritious recipes for an easy sugar detox, including Almond Pancakes, Lemony Hummus, Tuna Salad, and Salmon Teriyaki

A complete 21-day sugar detox plan when you want to gradually remove sugar from your diet

3-day sugar detox plan for when you want to get rid of sugar quickly

The science behind sugar addiction

10 tips to beat sugar cravings

Sugar Detox for Beginners will help you reduce your sugar intake without depriving you of the delicious, feel-good foods that you love.
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    Fadilah Ansarishared an impression2 years ago
    👍Worth reading
    💡Learnt A Lot

    some delicious and easy recipe to follow. I'm going to give this one a try for a month

    Мария Дьяковаshared an impression2 years ago
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    ritahushared an impression3 years ago
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    b6993208071has quoted9 months ago
    There’s no doubt that we’re hooked on the sweet stuff.
    fadllymurhas quoted2 years ago
    Worse, sugar is addictive: The more you consume, the more you’ll crave
    ritahuhas quoted4 years ago
    Hunger and inadequate nutrition are the principal causes of cravings. Keep yourself well nourished, consuming small “mini meals” that contain protein throughout the day.
    A big part of one’s dependence on fast, prepared, or snack foods has to do with the readiness of such foods. Anticipate your need to eat, and cook before you’re hungry. Keep hard-boiled eggs, plain yogurt, celery, bok choi, bell pepper strips, or green apples on hand to combat cravings.
    Remember that the craving will reach a peak and then spiral back down. If you can keep away from sugar for three whole days, you’ll almost certainly find that you crave it less. The longer you keep away from it, the less you’ll find you miss it. You might even kick the craving once and for all!
    If you must eat something sweet, remember that the joy is usually in the first few bites. Taste it, then toss it (or give it away).
    If it helps just to know “it’s there,” store a tempting treat in the freezer. But know yourself. If you’re reasonably sure you won’t be able to resist the temptation, throw it out or give it away—quickly!
    Substitute. Prepare sugar-free versions of old favorites. (See the Desserts chapter for recipes.) Apple pie, for instance, can be prepared

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