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Sugar Addiction is Death in a Bowl

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Sugar is dangerous to all our Health!

Irrespective of what you have been led to believe by the government or food industries safe daily intake recommendations. Sugar is absolutely dangerous to your long term health!

Learn how to remove toxic sugar from your diet safely!
Sugar is more addictive than you think!

Is there such a thing as a secret to dieting, does such a secret exist?
The answer is yes there is a secret to dieting and it is right in front of us, and that is removal of sugar cane from the bloodstream.

It is very difficult to do, but if you can do it, dieting becomes easy, as you will have less or no cravings for the foods you love. Your cravings are driven by excessive and unnatural hunger triggers which you wouldn’t have if you weren’t addicted to sugar.

If you eat sugar and processed foods with high amounts of sugar in them then you are unknowingly addicted to sugar and it is the body’s demand of more sugar that you are chasing after when you get hungry.

What you see as a normal hunger is not a normal hunger but it is a sugar driven hunger, a hunger that has been triggered off by a sugar crash or a drop in blood sugar levels much more than you would have if you didn’t eat sugar in the first place.

Diets don’t work for most people in the LONG RUN otherwise people would not be overweight. Of course there are those who can successfully diet but for the majority of people who are overweight, dieting is very difficult and leads to failure. But why does this keep happening?

For those who get it right, the success is usually short lived and they will often give up on the diet and start eating all the bad foods again which leads to further yo-yo dieting.
For most people who undertake diets this is exactly what happens, therefore diets don’t work in the long run.

When an overweight person embarks on a diet there are usually a few things in place including the short or long term mental goals, a visual image of how one wants to see oneself in the coming months, motivation and a determination to be slimmer and the drive to see it through and this can often include a gym membership and the purchasing of a large supply of health foods and supplements and so on.
There may be many reasons why the diet comes to an end and that weight gets put back on.

Why?

In most cases this is the result of a feeling of deprivation of desired calories, tastes and flavors, the denial or giving up of one’s favourite foods, a feeling of deprivation and craving and desire for the sensory experience, stimulation and pleasure of that missing food. There is also the internal visual imagery of the delicious food and both these feelings of hunger and visual imagery are often intrusive and will persist till the right amount of calories and sugars are ingested to replenish that lost sense of comfort or satisfaction that you denied yourself.

This moment is the moment when the diet fails, this is the failure moment and most fitness, health-conscious people who engage in regular cardiovascular exercise know about well.
In other words cardio, bodybuilders and anyone training in physical sports avoid and it is called trigger hungers and these people keep away from eating foods which trigger hungers including anything with sugar in it.

BUPA have compiled a list of foods which are low to middle in sugars and carbohydrates which don’t cause a sugar crash this is called the glycaemic index otherwise known as sugary trigger happy foods.

The secret to dieting is to remove sugar altogether or at least reduce it considerably and increase protein intake. By reducing bad carbohydrates, bad calories and sugar you have a higher chance of reducing and/or keeping away from the cravings which are the very things that lead you to fail and lose all your hard work, that precise moment when you gave in and then go on wards chasing after your favorite foods. What you are doing is chasing after a sugar fix.

Reduce sugar from your daily intake of food and spend a couple of weeks preparing for a diet date by reducing your sugar and replacing it with more proteins and higher quality foods such as good carbohydrates and less processed foods and you will have a better chance of succeeding with your diet.

To remove sugar altogether from your diet in all forms will remove all your cravings for sugar in other foods.

No one is saying this is easy, it is not, but with the right knowledge, this can be done.

We run a sugar free diet programme on this site on how to do this.

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