-Prepare for withdrawals. Sugar is addictive, and just like an addict breaking their habit, you may experience withdrawals when you cut it from your diet. Symptoms include headaches, weakness and irritability. This will usually pass within 3 days.
Flip to the ingredients label of the product you’re going to purchase. Note: We aren’t looking at the calories, fat, protein, etc. We want to know what’s inside the product . Once you’ve located the ingredients, read through everything listed carefully. If it ends in ‘-ose’ (fructose, glucose, sucralose) it’s likely sugar. Screenshot the above image to use a reference.
For Breakfast: Whole30 Potato Crust Quiche is great. You can use any veggies. You can also make overnight oats. Swap the chocolate chips in this recipe with fruit.
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Change your mindset. This isn’t about restricting yourself from eating sugar.. it’s just you simply making a choice NOT to eat it. When you’re saying ‘I can’t eat this’ or ‘I’m not allowed to enjoy xyz’ you’re setting up for failure. Instead, think of all the things you CAN have. One- staying hydrated in general is just great for your body. It’s no secret that you feel better and look better when you’re hydrated.. from your skin, to your organs, to your digestion… water improves everything! Two- drinking water can also help you to feel fuller. I’m definitely not saying you should be skipping meals and drinking water instead. However, if you find yourself wanting something sweet mid-afternoon or after dinner, try having an 8 oz glass of water. You’re likely not hungry, and it’s just your brain expecting something sweet!