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It’s no secret that sugar is really bad for our health and creates disease within the body.
Even on the low-end of risk, indulging in sweet treats such as cakes or thanks to ‘hidden sugars’ in products like low-fat yogurts, excess sugar consumption can cause weight gain, energy crashes, and even wrinkles.

If you can’t get going in the morning without a sugary coffee, need a treat to boost your energy in the afternoon and have tried and failed to cut down on eating carbs, then you could be a sugar addict.

Here are some reasons why you should  avoid consuming sugar:

  • Higher risk of diabetes
  • Reduced the body’s energy
  • It can result with cancer
  • It can lead to eczema
  • It results with hypoglycemia
  • It can cause ulcers
  • It suppresses the immune system
  • It increases the levels of serotonin
  • It offers a lot of calories and has no nutritional value
  • It reduces the minerals in the body
  • It can cause heart issues
  • It can lead to premature aging
  • It can lead to arthritis
  • It can damage the vision
  • It results with adrenal fatigue
  • It can result with gallstones
  • It is very addictive!

Sugar Detox Menu for 7 Days

DAY 1
Breakfast: Cheesy Spinach Baked Eggs
Mid Morning Snack: Tamari Almonds
Lunch: Low Carb Cheesy Sweet Pepper Poppers, mixed green salad
Afternoon Snack: 3 hard boiled eggs, yolks removed if desired
Dinner: Baked Stuffed Chicken & Spinach, Cucumber Tomato Feta salad
Snack if needed:1/4 cup part skim, low-fat ricotta cheese, 1/4 tsp. vanilla extract, a few drops vanilla stevia
DAY 2
Breakfast: Sun-dried Tomato Feta Frittata
Mid Morning Snack: leftover Tamari almonds
Lunch: Left Over Chicken & Spinach & pepper poppers
Afternoon Snack: Raw Veggies with Spinach Dip
Dinner: Asian Turkey Lettuce Cups (minus honey hoisin sauce), sauteed spinach, mushrooms, peppers
Snack if needed: 1 cheese stick
DAY 3
Breakfast: Peanut Butter Protein Smoothie(without protein powder)
Mid-Morning Snack: 3 hard boiled eggs, yolks removed
Lunch: Leftover Turkey Lettuce Cups, Tossed Mixed Green salad with cucumber, sweet peppers, tomatoes, dressed with extra virgin olive oil & vinegar
Afternoon Snack: leftover feta frittata
Dinner: Grilled Chicken with Fresh Herbs, Light Vegetable Soup (skip carrots)
Snack if needed: Dairy Free Sugar-Free Vanilla Chia Pudding


DAY 4
Breakfast: Sante Fe Frittata’s
Mid-Morning Snack: 1 cheese stick
Lunch: Leftover grilled chicken to make Cilantro Chicken Salad
Afternoon Snack: No sugar added peanut butter or other nut butter on celery
Dinner: Crock Pot Chicken & Bean Stew, Mini Zucchini cheese bites
Snack if needed: 1/2 cup low fat cottage cheese topped with cucumber slices
DAY 5
Breakfast: Left Over Sante Fe Frittata’s
Mid Morning Snack: Spicy Mediterranean Feta Dip with raw veggies
Lunch: leftover Soup, Tossed Mixed Green salad with cucumber, sweet peppers, tomatoes, dressed with extra virgin olive oil & vinegar
Afternoon Snack: cucumber tomato feta salad
Dinner: Low Carb Cheesy Bread Sticks, Italian Green Bean Salad
Snack if needed: Dairy Free Sugar-Free Vanilla Chia Pudding
DAY 6
Breakfast: Single Serve Crustless Egg Muffin
Mid Morning Snack: 1/2 cup cottage cheese or ricotta with 1/4 tsp. vanilla extract, vanilla stevia to taste
Lunch: Leftover Cheesy Bread Sticks & green bean salad
Afternoon Snack: raw veggies with spicy Mediterranean dip
Dinner: Garlic Lemon Chicken Drumsticks, Zucchini Noodles
DAY 7
Breakfast: Scrambled eggs with sauteed spinach & mushrooms and no sugar added salsa
Mid Morning Snack: 1/2 cup cottage cheese
Lunch: Left Over Light Vegetable Soup, zucchini noodles
Afternoon Snack: Tamari Almonds
Dinner: Leftover chicken drumsticks, leftover green bean salad
Snack if needed: Dairy Free Sugar-Free Vanilla Chia Pudding
Do this meal plan for 30 days and you can lose 30 lbs.

Source: http://www.barenaturalhealth.com

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It’s no secret that sugar is really bad for our health and creates disease within the body. Even on the low-end of risk, indulging in sweet treats such as cakes or thanks to ‘hidden sugars’ in products like low-fat yogurts, excess sugar consumption can cause weight gain, energy crashes, and...