Would it be difficult for you to eliminate sugar from your diet?
Are you ready to take on the No Sugar Challenge?
Join the Challenge!
Sugar is a drug. A delicious one, but a drug all the same. We get hooked as children and we stay true to the substance. The only difference as we grow older is that we sometimes add caffeine, booze and other addictive things to the mix. Getting off processed or even natural sweeteners is one sweet challenge.
The average person consumes roughly 130 pounds of sugar per year.
DO YOU KNOW WHERE SUGAR HIDES?
The No Sugar Challenge will open your eyes to the many places sugar is hiding in your diet that you may not be aware of. It falls under many different names and the damage adds up.
Unexpected sources of sugar include:
- Breakfast cereal
- Granola bars
- Condiments (salad dressing, pickles, dips/spreads, etc.)
- Tomato sauce
- Dairy products
- Sports drinks and energy drinks
- Processed meats
Sugar has many names including:
- High-fructose corn syrup
- Cane sugar
- Brown sugar
- Corn syrup
- Fruit juice concentrate
- Corn sweetener
Many believe that because a sweetener like honey or maple syrup is less processed, then it’s okay. Our goal is to be consuming less sugar overall.
No matter the source, sugar is sugar.
Today is the day to give this a try!
The No Sugar Challenge is a one-week self-directed challenge that will help you kick that sugar habit and includes:
- Beautifully designed downloadable 58-page program guide
- List of sugars to be avoided
- Explanation of impact of sugar in the body
- How to manage cravings
- Complete 7-day vegan meal plan
- Complete 7-day paleo (grain-free) meal plan
- 30 recipes
- List of snack ideas
- Shopping list & prep schedule
- Full list of references
Meghan Telpner is a two-time bestselling, and award-winning author. She is also the founder and director of the Academy of Culinary Nutrition offering an online certification program in Culinary Nutrition. Meghan was named one of 2016’s top female Canadian entrepreneurs and was profiled in Forbes for cultivating a global wellness community.