Hello, I’m Maya Taylor. Thank you stop reading this post in the blog. Today I’m a review is “The 21 Day Sugar Detox“.
The 21 Day Sugar Detox by Diane Sanfilippo which assist you kick your sugar habits and metabolism and reset your palate in just 21 days by avoiding sugar and eating whole foods in all its forms.
Product Name : The 21 Day Sugar Detox
Author Name : Diane Sanfilippo
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Product Rating : 4.15 out of 5
What Is “The 21 Day Sugar Detox”?
When I received “The 21 Day Sugar Detox” in the email. This ebook from Diane Sanfilippo promises to assist you kick your sugar habits and metabolism and reset your palate in just 21 days by avoiding sugar and eating whole foods in all its forms.
The noble, great part of my soul was excited to try this new plan, but my appetitive side was looking for excuses to get out of it. I quickly found the fructose demon on my shoulder rattling off the reasons I shouldn’t review this book. “You just had a baby! You’re nursing! And besides, you don’t really need to do this. You don’t eat a lot of sugar, anyway,” she said slyly.
The author had already thought of all my excuses. I quickly found that the nursing was no excuse, as her book outlined modifications for people with higher carbohydrate needs, including nursing and pregnant women and athletes who participate in high-intensity workout on a regular basis.
As for not needing a system like this, that proposition was also mistaken for me, and I suspect it may be for other people out there.
On the list of “No” diets for my own level, I found several diets that I ate regularly at the time, including all dried and fresh fruits (except for grapefruit, green-tipped bananas, and apples), quinoa, cashew butter, white rice and lentils.
And of course, the lovely jars of raw honey and pure maple syrup in our pantry would have to wait for later, even though they are “natural” sweeteners. As it turned out, there were a lot of diets I could do without.
My point is, pretty much anyone can advantage from giving Diane’s system a shot. Whether you still eat Twinkies on a daily basis or opt for raw coconut sugar or honey, The 21 Day Sugar Detox will assist you put sugar in its proper place and overcome cravings.
As Diane notes in the beginning of the ebook, the system isn’t about avoiding a drinking juice or specific toxin all day. It’s a all program that focuses on achieving a healthy balance of carbs, fat, and protein.
It’s also not to be confused with a low-carb system, and although you won’t be lacking in carbs, you will be ditching the sugar, which makes it a good fit for beginners.
Here’s a brief overview of what you’ll find in this book:
All about what sugar is and why we crave sugar.
What to Expect day-by-day tips.
Guide to food labels, replacing foods, fats and dining out.
Quiz to determine which level you need and information for each plan.
Menus for each level.
Resources for further reading.
As the author noted in the ebook, “To detox from sugar means not only to rid your body of cravings for it, but also to rid your daily life of the structure built around being a slave to when you eat sugar, how much you eat, and the form in which you eat it.” To that end, the book offers more than meal plans and templates.
In the beginning of the book, you will find a helpful, thorough informational chapter about why you should follow the program in the first place, and the end of the book is full of resources where you can learn more.
Diane also recognizes that when it comes to success with a program like this, preparation is key. The preparation checklist helped me get ready for the detox and have a handy list of the foods I needed to avoid.
The “Roadmap to Your Detox” is a short guide to how you might feel on each day of the detox. And how to avoid slipping up or get back on track when you do give in to temptation.
And then there are the recipes and meal plans. Following the meal plans is optional, and although I didn’t follow them strictly, I did find they were extremely helpful. You’ll also find over ninety recipes that are appropriate for all levels. With tips and modifications included when applicable.
Recipes I tried included:
- Bacon and Root Veggie Hash.
- Broccoli and Herb Egg Muffins.
- Tomato-basil Quiche with Bacon and Spinach.
- Mustard-Glazed Chicken Thighs.
- Italian-style Stuffed Bell Peppers.
- Balsamic-Braised Beef.
- Tuna Salad Wraps.
- Smoky Chicken Tortilla-less Soup.
- Savory Herb Drop Biscuits.
- Spicy Thai Nut Mix.
- Granny Smith Apple Crumble.
Even though I already finished the system, I still use this ebook frequently for recipes, particularly for treats and desserts. The recipes are quite easy and simple to make, and I’m sure that was author’s point. It’s hard enough to go 21 days without sugar, and the meals are low-maintenance but delicious to help you on your journey.
If you complete the system, you will find that your taste for sugar is affected. I felt like I needed to pour about half a cup of maple syrup on top to make it truly qualify as a dessert. Now I find it to be the perfect end to a meal.
In fact, ironically, I feel that after completing this system I have a deeper appreciation for sugar in its more subtle forms. I can have a small piece of dark chocolate when I get a sugar craving and I am satisfied.
If you would also like to overcome cravings and restore your relationship with sugar that make you “hangry“. I highly recommend this The 21 Day Sugar Detox.
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