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I Gave Up Added Sugars for Three Weeks—and Here’s What Happened

Eat This, Not That! Logo By Eat This, Not That! Editors of Eat This, Not That! | Slide 1 of 7: If you've been struggling to lose those few extra pounds, haven't been sleeping well, and overall, don't have the energy you crave, there might just be one culprit: added sugar. See, this sweet stuff sneakily makes its way into the foods and drinks you often turn to without you even knowing, and it's harming your health more than you may know. But in Michele Promaulayko's book Sugar Free 3, she shows you how giving up added sugar for just three weeks can change everything.In Sugar Free 3, Michele outlines exactly how to get your sweet tooth and those pesky sugar cravings under control over the course of three weeks. She helps you through this plan every step of the way by (1) explaining why cutting added sugar is such a game-changer to your diet, (2) teaching you how you to easily identify which foods have added sugars and which don't, and (3) outlining exactly what you can eat for every meal (snacks and dessert included!)."Among the many benefits I personally experienced was a decrease in cravings and a recalibration of my sensitivity to sweetness—naturally sweet things, like fruit, began to taste so much sweeter and satisfying," Michele says.Below is a breakdown of just a few examples of what you can expect to experience if you follow Michele's plan that is outlined in Sugar Free 3. And for even more help avoiding surprisingly sugary foods, check out the 30 Sugariest Foods In America.    
                    
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I Gave Up Added Sugars for Three Weeks—and Here’s What Happened

If you've been struggling to lose those few extra pounds, haven't been sleeping well, and overall, don't have the energy you crave, there might just be one culprit: added sugar. See, this sweet stuff sneakily makes its way into the foods and drinks you often turn to without you even knowing, and it's harming your health more than you may know. But in Michele Promaulayko's book Sugar Free 3, she shows you how giving up added sugar for just three weeks can change everything.

In Sugar Free 3, Michele outlines exactly how to get your sweet tooth and those pesky sugar cravings under control over the course of three weeks. She helps you through this plan every step of the way by (1) explaining why cutting added sugar is such a game-changer to your diet, (2) teaching you how you to easily identify which foods have added sugars and which don't, and (3) outlining exactly what you can eat for every meal (snacks and dessert included!).

"Among the many benefits I personally experienced was a decrease in cravings and a recalibration of my sensitivity to sweetness—naturally sweet things, like fruit, began to taste so much sweeter and satisfying," Michele says.

Below is a breakdown of just a few examples of what you can expect to experience if you follow Michele's plan that is outlined in Sugar Free 3. And for even more help avoiding surprisingly sugary foods, check out the 30 Sugariest Foods In America.

$25 at Amazon
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