Are you ready to give up sugar, stop the cravings and lose the weight?
If you've tried to give up sugary snacks and foods, I don't have to tell you how difficult it can be. Maybe you've had withdrawal symptoms, like headaches, and felt tired all day. But, there is some good news: When you give it up once and for all, you'll wonder why you didn't do it sooner.
When you eliminate the sugar,
Your blood sugar stabilizes so your cravings for sweets disappear. You're now in complete control of what you eat, and don't have to rely on willpower.
You lose weight, and the fat around your belly, which is the most dangerous to your health.
You have sustainable energy throughout the day. No more spikes of energy followed by fatigue and cravings for your next sugar fix. Your energy will last throughout the day so you'll get more done and can really enjoy the little leisure time that you have.
Your appetite decreases. You eat less, and you're not obsessed with food. No more snacking, crunching and munching all day.
You eliminate fuzzy thinking. When you eliminate sugar and regulate your blood sugar, it helps optimize brain functions, like your memory.
Helps balance your hormones. The fat around your tummy (visceral fat) that's caused by eating excess sugar generates more estrogen in men and testosterone in women. This is why men grow breasts and women dark facial hair.
You help protect your health from serious illnesses.
Just take a look at some of the proven, scientific facts about the connection between sugar and illness:
Cancerous tumors feed off of sugar.
Cancers are so sensitive to sugar that cutting its supply suppresses the cancer, and
Overconsumption of sugar leads to diabetes and other serious illnesses that are related to it, like obesity and heart disease.
The bottom line is, sugar is one of the most dangerous substances in our diet. It makes us fat, unhealthy and run down. Haven't you had enough?
As I said, giving it up is not always easy, and it's not your fault. For example, how do you avoid sugar when it's in 80 percent of the 600,000 food items sold in America.
What's more, sugar is just as addictive as heroin, opium and morphine. Brain imaging proves that both sugar and these drugs stimulate the same pleasure centers in your brain. That's why when you eat just a small amount you crave even more.
And, it makes you feel great. Sugar triggers the brain to release serotonin, an antidepressant, and endorphins, which are powerful painkillers.
If you're ready to,
Eliminate your cravings for sweets
Lose weight, and belly fat
Gain sustainable energy throughout the day
Decrease your appetite, and
Protect your health
Sign up now to start your free, "7 Day Sugar Cleanse". Each day you'll get an email with tips and recommendations to help you kick the sugar habit.
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