Detoxing Your Body of Sugar

Diabetic patients are constantly tracking their sugar level and they have to keep themselves away from any ill-effects of too much of it.

Anyway, if you think you have taken a lot of sugar and want to get rid of it from your body, can you believe that there is a way to detox your body off sugar?

Every diet plan or anything that you plan need a solid decision backed by a strong will power. You need the same thing for this detox.

How to detox your body off sugar?

After you make a stern decision to get rid of sugar from your body, stop consuming all forms of sugar, flour products, and artificial sweeteners, which cause increased cravings and slow metabolism, and lead to fat storage. Also get rid of anything with trans- or hydrogenated fats and MSG. Ideally, for 10 days you avoid any foods that come in a box, package, or a can, or that have a label. Stick to real, whole, fresh food.

Don’t drink calories

Any form of liquid sugar calories is worse than solid food with sugar or flour. It turns off a fat storage machine in your liver, leading to dreaded belly fat. You don’t feel full, so you eat more all day and you crave more sugar and carbs. It’s also the single biggest source of sugar calories in our diet. These drinks include sodas, juices other than green vegetable juice, sports drinks, and sweetened teas or coffees.

Beef up your protein intake

Eat protein-rich breakfast and other meals of the day. It is the key to balance your blood sugar and insulin and cutting sugar cravings. Start the day with whole farm eggs or a protein shake. You may eat nuts, seeds, eggs, fish, chicken or grass-fed meat for protein at every meal. A serving size is 4 to 6 ounces or the size of your palm.

Eat unlimited carbs  

Non-starchy veggies such as greens, anything in the broccoli family (cauliflower, kale, collards), asparagus, green beans, mushrooms, onions, zucchini, tomatoes, fennel, eggplant, artichokes, and peppers, to name a few are carb-rich and can be consumed more. However, avoid potatoes, sweet potatoes, winter squash and beets, grains and beans until 10 days.

Replace sugar with fat 

Consuming fat doesn’t make you fat, but consuming sugar does. Fat makes you full, balances your blood sugar, and is necessary for fueling your cells.

Edited By: Vivek Chhetri, MindBodyGreen.com

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