Sugar Detox is Very Important for Your Health! Lose 30 lbs With This 7-Day Menu Plan

All of us agree that chocolate, cakes, muffins, and all kinds of sweets are very delicious, so besides the fact that they are unhealthy, we can’t stop eating them. Sugar is very bad for our health, and its consumption may lead to various serious diseases and conditions.

High levels of sugar in our body cause obesity, wrinkles, diabetes, ulcers, arthritis, heart issues, poor vision, gallstones, eczema, premature aging, adrenal fatigue, hypoglycemia, and others. It weakens the immune system, increases serotonin levels, and lowers the level of minerals in the body.

Sugar is highly addictive

It is proved that sugar is addictive, and most probably nearly all of us are in some way addicted to it. It can have the same effect on the brain as some drugs. The kids’ health and wellness expert Alan Greene, M.D., who is also the author of books “Feeding Baby Green” and “Raising Baby Green”, explains that addiction means that the brain chemistry is changed in a way that causes someone to take a substance or repeat an activity over and over again despite their harmful consequences. He also says that there is a lot of evidence that having too much sugar leads to true addiction.

The founder of Healthy Simple Life, Cassie Bjork, R.D., L.D., states that as research has proved, sugar is more addicting than cocaine. It activates the opiate receptors in the brain and directly influences the reward center. This causes the person to act compulsively, even though there are negative consequences, like headaches, weight gain, hormone imbalances, etc.


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So, every time we eat sugar, we strengthen these neuropathways that make the brain more hardwired to crave after sugar. This way it builds up a tolerance just like every drug.

 

7-day detox menu plan

We offer you 7-day sugar detox that will help your body to neutralize the negative consequences of sugar consumption:

 

Day 1

  • Spinach with cheese and eggs for breakfast
  • Almonds as a morning snack
  • Sweet peppers with cheese and green salad for lunch
  • Baked stuffed chicken, spinach, and vegetable salad (tomatoes, cucumbers, and feta cheese) for dinner
  • Low-fat ricotta cheese, ¼ teaspoon of vanilla extract, ¼ cup of part-skim, and vanilla stevia (a couple of drops) as a snack

 

Day 2

  • Frittata and dried tomatoes for breakfast
  • Almonds as a morning snack
  • Chicken, spinach, and pepper peppers for lunch
  • Spinach dip and raw vegetables as an afternoon snack
  • Mushrooms, spinach, turkey lettuce cups, and peppers for dinner
  • Cheese stick as a snack

 

Day 3

  • Protein smoothie with peanut butter as breakfast
  • Three boiled eggs (consume only the whites) as a morning snack
  • Salad for lunch (tomatoes, cucumber, sweet peppers, extra virgin olive oil, and vinegar)
  • Grilled chicken with fresh herbs and light veggies soup for dinner
  • Sugar and dairy-free vanilla chia pudding as a snack

 

Day 4

  • Santa Fe Frittata’s for breakfast
  • Cheese stick as a morning snack
  • Chicken salad (made from grilled chicken) for lunch
  • Sugar-free celery with peanut butter as an afternoon snack
  • Crockpot chicken and zucchini for dinner
  • Half cup of low-fat cottage cheese with cucumber

 

Day 5

  • Santa Fe Frittata’s for breakfast
  • Raw vegetables in a spicy feta dip for a morning snack
  • Soup and green salad for lunch (cucumber, tomatoes, sweet peppers, extra virgin olive oil, and vinegar)
  • Vegetable salad (tomatoes, cucumbers, and feta cheese) for dinner
  • Sugar and dairy-free vanilla chia pudding as a snack

 

Day 6

  • Egg muffin for  breakfast
  • Raw vegetables in a spicy feta dip for a morning snack
  • Cheese breadsticks and Italian green bean salad for lunch
  • Spicy feta dip with raw vegetables as an afternoon snack
  • Chicken drumsticks and zucchini noodles as a snack
  • Three boiled eggs (consume only the whites) for dinner

 

Day 7

  • Eggs, spinach, and mushrooms for breakfast
  • Half cup of cottage cheese for a morning snack
  • Light veggie soup and zucchini noodles for lunch
  • Almonds as an afternoon snack
  • Chicken drumsticks and green bean salad as a snack
  • Sugar and dairy-free vanilla chia pudding for dinner