Lose 30 Lbs with This 7-Day Sugar Detox Menu Plan!

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In recent times, more and more people are aware of the negative consequences sugar has on our health. However, millions of people are still unaware they’re addicted to sugar which can be found in almost all the foods and drinks we consume. Avoiding sugar is already an impossible mission and the substance is slowly, but surely destroying our health.

Excessive sugar consumption can raise your dopamine levels just as much as cocaine, making you feel better when you take it. Long-term sugar consumption can lead to a decrease of dopamine in your blood, resulting in withdrawal symptoms such as anxiety and depression. So, if you can’t resist a chocolate dessert after your meals, you’re officially a sugar addict and in need of help.

Besides being dangerous for our health, sugar has absolutely no nutritional value and can raise the risk of numerous ailments. Sugar can weaken your eyesight, raise the risk of diabetes and arthritis, harm your immune system and make you more prone to infections, raise your serotonin levels, trigger adrenal fatigue, cause ulcers, deplete your mineral levels and make you look older than you really are.

Getting off sugar is just as hard as getting off drugs. Sugar withdrawal causes similar symptoms to drug withdrawal so the process isn’t easy to endure. However, once you get off sugar, you will regain your health and reduce the risk of several life-threatening ailments, so you really should give it a try.

To help you, we’ve put up a simple sugar detox menu that you should eat for a week in order to stop your sugar cravings and get off the addictive substance. Here’s the plan:

Day 1

  • Breakfast – baked eggs with spinach and cheese
  • Snack – tamari almonds
  • Lunch – cheesy sweet peppers with a bowl of green salad
  • Snack – ¼ cup ricotta cheese with ¼ teaspoon vanilla extract and a few drops of vanilla-flavored stevia
  • Dinner – feta, tomato and cucumber salad and a piece of chicken

Day 2

  • Breakfast – frittata with sun-dried tomato and feta cheese
  • Snack – tamari almonds
  • Lunch – chicken meat with spinach and sweet peppers
  • Snack – raw vegetables and boiled spinach
  • Dinner – grilled turkey with lettuce, peppers, sautéed spinach and mushrooms

Day 3

  • Breakfast – peanut butter protein smoothie
  • Snack – 3 boiled eggs
  • Lunch – turkey leftovers from yesterday with tomatoes, lettuce, cucumber and green salad seasoned with sea salt and olive oil
  • Snack – feta cheese frittata
  • Dinner – veggies soup and grilled chicken with herbs

Day 4

  • Breakfast – Santa Fe Frittata
  • Snack – cheese sticks
  • Lunch – cilantro salad and grilled chicken meat
  • Snack – peanut butter and celery stalks
  • Dinner – crock-pot chicken with zucchini cheese bites and bean stew

Day 5

  • Breakfast – Santa Fe Frittata
  • Snack – raw veggies, feta cheese and Mediterranean dip
  • Lunch – a bowl of veggie soup and a salad with lettuce, cucumber, tomatoes and sweet peppers with sea salt and olive oil
  • Snack – green salad with tomatoes, cucumbers and feta cheese
  • Dinner – cheesy bread sticks

Day 6

  • Breakfast – egg muffins (crust-free)
  • Snack – raw vegetables with spicy Mediterranean dip
  • Lunch – cheese bread sticks
  • Snack – same as the morning snack
  • Dinner – zucchini noodles and chicken drumsticks with lemon juice and garlic

Day 7

  • Breakfast – scrambled eggs with spinach and mushrooms
  • Snack – ¼ cup cottage cheese
  • Lunch – zucchini soup
  • Snack – tamari almonds
  • Dinner – chicken drumsticks and green bean salad

Follow the course of the diet for a week to get off sugar and reduce the risk of serious ailments.

Article and image source: http://dailyorganicrecipes.com

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