The 10-Day Sugar Detox Diet (To Reset Your Body and Brain)

We often hear about the effects of sugar in our body and we
know how important it is to minimize or totally remove any
sugar intake. Obesity, heart disease and diabetes are just some
of the most known diseases that can be acquired when sugar
consumption is not limited. There are diets that require sugar
detox in order to maintain a healthy body, but many still fail
in the path of sugar detox and often spiral out of control.

For some people, addiction to sugar may come as a joke. But it
happens to many people without even knowing it. Some do not
even realize that their daily diet is formed by sugar
addiction, gathering a number of foods that produce more
sugar
Because of the failure, there are some who have successfully
removed sugar from their diet and living a better lifestyle.
These people have provided several guidelines are created in
order to help others in their path to sugar detox. Here are a
few of the guidelines we have gathered in order for you to
jumpstart your own path to sugar detox.

Know Your Reason for Detoxing
Knowing why you need to detox is the first step and perhaps the
most crucial part of detoxing from sugar. There are three
simple quizzes that a person can take in order to determine
whether you need or want to detox from sugar. The first quiz is
the diabetes quiz. It determines whether a person has diabetes
and what type.

The second quiz is food addiction quiz, which determines how
bad you crave for food especially foods with sugar and flour.
The third quiz is the FLC or Toxicity Quiz. This determines
whether you experience the symptoms of FLC Syndrome. Some of
the symptoms of FLC Syndrome are muscle pain, irritable bowel,
gas, bloating and reflux.

Stop Eating Any Forms of Sugar
This is what others say as being a cold turkey. Once you
determine that you need to stop having sugar, start having
removing any forms of sugar in your foods. Look out for the
ingredients of the food you cook or buy and stick to whole and
natural foods. You might find yourself tempted but face it with
white knuckles.

What Drinks do You Usually Drink
If you say water, coconut water and everything else is natural
and green veggies juices, then that is fine. Stop any soda,
coffee, tea sports drinks and sweetened drinks. Any drinks,
even the sugar-free or diet drinks, will not be exempted from
detoxing from sugar. Even if you get whole foods, drinking
sugar-filled drinks will only defeat the purpose.

Know the Right Carbs
Carbs can be the best way of removing sugar from your system.
Carbs don’t and won’t make you fat as long as you choose the
carbs you eat. And by carbs we mean the carbs from non-starchy
vegetables and also the starchy ones. You won’t even mind
skipping beans and grains when you fill your tummy with the
right carbs. Sugar is a source of energy but it is not the only
source of energy that you can have.

Healthy Fat Intake
Believe it or not, fats can easily replace the sugar. Just like
choosing your carbs, you simply need to dig in to the best fats
in the process of completely removing sugar from your diet. Fat
can balance the blood sugar level and can fuel your cells and
the rest of your body.

Release Stress
Stress can easily make your body produce hormones that will
make you crave for sweets. If you feel stressed, find some
foods that are sugar-free and can stop the craving. You may
also find de-stressing activities in order to remove stress
from your system.

Get Enough Sleep
Sleep deprivation can cause your body to crave for sugar. You
will also feel less energetic with less sleep and your body
will resort to foods with sugar that is easy to absorb. The
drive to get sugar in your body to replace the energy you will
need for the day will be harder. Always put sleep on your
schedule, with at least eight hours of sleep daily.

Get More Protein
Another source of energy is protein. Put heavy protein in your
breakfast and you’ll surely have the right energy throughout
the day. Grass-fed meat, whole farm eggs and free-roaming
chicken can actually provide enough protein and help you fill
your energy level.

Sugar detox is not so hard, especially if you are sincere with
your goal. Once you step into sugar detoxing, continue it with
unwavering will. Remember that you are doing this for a
healthier, longer life.

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