That's a great question for the doctor and the nutritionist who developed The Sugar Detox. We will be having a facebook chat with them on Wednesday July 10 from 4 to 5, EST. Hope you can make it!
So many foods aren't mentioned. What about fats, like mayo, avocado, etc.
Trader Joe's makes a sugar-free mayo.
Yummy breakfast week 3: Plain Greek yogurt with berries, walnuts, cinnamon and ground cloves. The make it REALLY make it amazing! Not missing the sugar from my usual vanilla yogurt!!!
I just passed up a free Ben and Jerry's ice cream cone. That's a first for me! In case you're wondering who's giving away ice cream, it's the company that runs our office building complex.
I'm gonna give this a try....need some ideas of what I can eat
Here's a good tuna salad recipe (assuming you like canned tuna!): mix the tuna with a little lemon juice, sugar-free mayo (Trader Joe's has one), Dijon mustard and capers. Tasty. Also check out the comments here for other ideas!
My first day went well, I have planned my second and third and going grocery shopping for things I don't normally keep in the fridge!
Day 10, and can't believe how fine I am doing. Enjoying eggs with spinach or collard greens plus fresh herbs (from my deck garden) for breakfast, relishing the pat of butter in the frying pan, and truly not missing the toast.
Started the detox 4 days ago. I have lost 5 lbs and have started cooking again. I'm actually enjoying this challenge. Would like some reports on average weight loss at end of first month.
I'm starting tomorrow! I like new ideas!
My concern is, what about maintenance? What happens after the 31 days are up? Surely you don't go back to eating the way you used to. So many diet plans don't address this issue satisfactorily. =(