7-Day Sugar Detox Menu Plan and Lose 30 lbs

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Some nutrition experts and news reports claim that the sugar is even worse than saturated or trans-fat or sodium.

Sugar is definitely a major concern, primarily because the people are consuming so much more of it than was consumed before. In the past, the excess of sugar was linked to the risk of diabetes and obesity, but now research has also linked it to heart disease, strokes, hypertension, gout, fatty liver disease, periodontal disease, and a host of other health problems.

Here is a list of the major reasons why you should avoid sugar from your diet, at all costs:

–           Increases the risk for diabetes

–           Provides ’empty calories’ with no nutritional value whatsoever

–           Depletes you of energy

–           Depletes your body of minerals

–           May cause cancer

–           Contributes to heart problems

–           Contributes to eczema

–           May cause premature aging

–           Causes hypoglycemia

–           May cause arthritis

–           Contributes to ulcers

–           Weakens the eyesight

–           Suppresses the immune system

–           May cause gallstones

–           Contributes to adrenal fatigue

–           It is highly addictive!

–           Raises serotonin levels

Sugar Detox Menu for 7 Days:

–           1st DAY

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Breakfast: Baked eggs with cheesy and spinach

Morning snack: Tamari almonds

Lunch: Low-carb cheesy sweet pepper with green salad

Dinner: Tomato – Cucumber – feta salad with baked stuffed chicken and spinach

Snack: Low-fat ricotta cheese, a few drops vanilla stevia, ¼ cup part skim, and ¼ teaspoon vanilla extract

–           2nd DAY

Breakfast: Sun-dried tomato feta frittata

Morning snack: Tamari almonds

Lunch: Spinach with Chicken and pepper peppers

Afternoon snack: raw veggies with spinach dip

Dinner: Turkey lettuce cups, peppers, mushrooms, and sautéed spinach

Snack: A cheese stick

–           3rd DAY

Breakfast: Protein Smoothie with Peanut Butter

Morning Snack: Three hard boiled eggs (without yolks)

Lunch: Leftover Turkey Lettuce Cups along with a mixed green salad with sweet peppers, cucumber, tomatoes, dressed with vinegar and extra virgin olive oil.

Afternoon Snack: Feta frittata

Dinner: Grilled chicken with light vegetable soup and fresh herbs

Snack: Dairy free vanilla and free sugar- chia pudding

–           4th DAY 

Breakfast: Sante Fe Frittata’s

Morning Snack: A cheese stick

Lunch: Grilled chicken into cilantro chicken salad

Afternoon Snack: Sugar-free peanut butter on celery

Dinner: Bean Stew and Crock Pot Chicken, along with Mini Zucchini cheese bites

Snack: low fat cottage cheese (1/2 cup) topped with cucumber slices

–           5th DAY

Breakfast: Sante Fe Frittata’s

Morning Snack: raw veggies with spicy Mediterranean feta dip

Lunch: Soup, Green salad with cucumber, sweet peppers, tomatoes, dressed with vinegar and extra virgin olive oil

Afternoon Snack: tomato – cucumber feta salad

Dinner: low carb cheesy bread Sticks with Italian green bean salad

Snack: Dairy free vanilla – free sugar chia pudding

–           6th DAY

Breakfast: Crustless Egg Muffin

Morning Snack: cottage cheese (1/2 cup) or ricotta with ¼ teaspoon vanilla extract, vanilla stevia

Lunch: green bean salad and cheesy bread sticks

Afternoon Snack: spicy Mediterranean dip with raw veggies and

Dinner: garlic lemon chicken drumsticks and zucchini noodles

Snack: Three hard boiled eggs (without yolks)

–           7th DAY

Breakfast: sauteed spinach and mushrooms with scrambled eggs

Morning Snack: Half a cup cottage cheese

Lunch: Light vegetable soup and zucchini noodles

Afternoon Snack: Tamari Almonds

Dinner: leftover green bean salad and chicken drumsticks

Snack: Dairy free vanilla – free sugar chia pudding

Source: besthealthyguide.com

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