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The 21-Day Sugar Detox: Bust Sugar & Carb Cravings Naturally (English Edition) [Format Kindle]

Diane Sanfilippo

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"My eating habits had gotten out of control—I was binge-eating late at night because I had spent the day eating as little as possible. The 21DSD made me realize that you don't have to be hungry to see results!"—Alex T., New Zealand

"After reading rave reviews, I gave [The 21DSD] a try, and I loved it! After about a week, my cravings for sugar were nil, I was no longer waking up at 4am starving, and I had a lot more energy—no more dragging myself through the day with huge amounts of coffee!"—Sasha B., Washington

"I am so thankful for the information and support this program provided me. It literally changed my relationship with sweets and helped me regain my health."—Keri B., Missouri

"The 21-Day Sugar Detox was very difficult for me, but I was losing weight for the first time in years! And now I know exactly what foods I must avoid in order to continue dropping the pounds. I'm so glad I gave it a try!"—Laurie K., Utah

"Ever try to abandon sugar and carbohydrates cold turkey? Then you know that it just doesn't work—the cravings always come back. But in The 21-Day Sugar Detox: Bust Sugar & Carb Cravings Naturally, author Diane Sanfilippo offers an easy-to-follow meal plan that'll wean you off unhealthy sweets…" —Women's Health Magazine

"I'm a faithful fan of Diane Sanfilippo and her 21 Day Sugar Detox. I really truly believe it was instrumental in jump starting my path to healthy living. I do not believe I could have successfully lost nearly 90 pounds without first squashing my sugar cravings. I am very happy to have been given the chance to pour over the new 21 Day Sugar Detox BOOK before it was even available in stores and to tell you what I think." —author of popular website ohrheally

"Diane has crafted a dynamic diet detox book that can help you kick the sugar habit in less than a month: The 21-Day Sugar Detox: Bust Sugar & Carb Cravings Naturally…But you don't have to be a Paleo fan to benefit from her new book. All you need to have is a desire and willingness to improve your health by improving your diet." —Joanne Eglash, The Examiner

"The book is laid out in an easy-to-read, aesthetically-pleasing way. Diane doesn't SHAME you for eating sugar, no way! She even shares her own personal history with sugar! Then she explains what sugar does in your body and why it can be helpful to pay attention to your intake. There is SO much structure if that's what you like, and SO much flexibility if that's your game! You can either follow a meal plan or just follow the Yes/No Food List. Or a bit of both!" —Sassy Celiac

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"The 21-Day Sugar Detox" is a clear-cut, effective, whole-foods-based nutrition action plan that will reset your body and your habits! Tens of thousands of people have already used this groundbreaking guide to shatter the vicious sugar stronghold. Now it's your turn!

Use the easy-to-follow meal plans and more than 90 simple recipes in this book to bust a lifetime of sugar and carb cravings in just three weeks. Three levels of the program make it approachable for anyone, whether you're starting from scratch or from a gluten-free, grain-free, and/or Paleo/primal lifestyle.

"The 21-Day Sugar Detox" even includes special modifications for athletes (endurance, CrossFit, HIIT-style, and beyond), pregnant/nursing moms, pescetarians, and people with autoimmune conditions.

What you'll experience on this program will be different from a lot of other "diet" programs out there that promote extremely restricted eating; encourage you to consume only shakes, juices, or smoothies; or rely heavily on supplements and very-low-calorie or very-low-fat diets to ensure success. The goal of any detox program should be to support your body in naturally cleansing itself of substances that create negative health effects--and that's exactly what The 21-Day Sugar Detox does.

By focusing on quality protein, healthy fats, and good carbs, this program will help you change not only the foods you eat, but also your habits around food, and even the way your palate reacts to sweet foods. You'll likely complete the program and continue eating this way much of the time thereafter because you'll feel so amazing. After changing your everyday eating habits, you will begin to gain a new understanding of how food works in your body--and just how much nutrition affects your entire life. There's no reason to wait!

Sugar is taking over our lives.

But why? And is it only those sweet, refined white crystals that are causing us problems, or could there be more to the story?

Let's be honest: The problem isn't just sugar itself. It's the refined, nutrient-poor carbohydrates that carry tons of calories, but no real nutrition. In our world, these are the easiest foods to grab on the go, but they leave us fat, sick, tired, and downright unhappy.

The effect that sugar, "hidden" carbs, and refined, processed foods have on our bodies goes far beyond our waistlines. We can't focus, we can't sleep, we have irrational mid-afternoon cravings, and we can't even make it through the day without wanting--or needing--to prop up our energy levels with caffeine or even more sugar! What can we do to break free from this cycle? "The 21-Day Sugar Detox" is here to help.

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5.0 étoiles sur 5 The 21 Day Sugar Detox helped me mentally and physically. 9 mars 2014
Par Mollie Cancelliere - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Format Kindle
Hello! I am a 23 year old female, and I am a very active person. I play soccer and go to Crossfit at least 4 times a week. I started Crossfit in September 2013 and learned about the paleo lifestyle. I received Diane's book, Practical Paleo, from a friend and have been experimenting with it since September 2013. In February 2014, my Crossfit gym was having a paleo challenge that I wanted to be a part of. I wanted to further my understanding of a paleo lifestyle so I attended a Balanced Bites Seminar this past January in Philadelphia. Here I purchased Diane's 21 Day Sugar Detox book. A rule in my gym's challenge was to avoid sugar. I decided to do the 21 DSD in conjunction with the challenge at my gym.

Prior to the 21 DSD, I had an unhealthy relationship with sugar. I would go a few days eating paleo and then would binge eat sweets. Binge eating sweets has been a problem for me for a really long time. My sweet tooth was so strong. I would crave very specific desserts. Just a bite, a slice, or a piece of a dessert would not satisfy me. Eating one Oreo or one chocolate chip cookie didn't cut it. I'd down like 6 cookies before I felt like I satisfied my craving. I could consume a pint of ice cream in no time. Chocolate....my ultimate weakness. I craved chocolate every. single. day. Every evening I'd say, "Now it's time to end the day with some chocolate." I'd eat candy or snacks just because they were in front of me. I wouldn't think twice about it. My brain would strongly crave these sweets even if my body wasn't actually hungry. I knew that I wanted to build muscle and lose body fat. And I knew that I would not achieve this goal if I kept giving in to my sweet tooth. This book came to me at the perfect time!

Because I am active 6 out of 7 days of the week and have had experience with paleo, I decided to do Level 3 with energy modifications. Levels 1 & 2 are NOT paleo. I started the detox on a Monday. The weekend before I went food shopping and meal prepped for the upcoming week. Meal planning and meal prepping is absolutely key to successfully completing the detox.

The first week was awesome for me! I was super motivated, ate everything that I prepped, and didn't cheat! When week two rolled around, I STRUGGLED. I legitimately went through sugar withdrawal. Normally, I'd eat paleo for a 4-7 days and then that's when I would binge eat sweets. So when day 8 rolled around, I was ready to binge and I knew I couldn't. I got headaches. All my brain thought about was chocolate. It was hard. Before the detox, I cleared my cabinets of ALL sugary treats. I HIGHLY recommend doing so. The urge to cheat is overwhelming at first.

I drank extra water when I was craving, ate green apples with cinnamon, made some of the not sweet treats, and ate green tipped bananas. Almond butter was a saving grace for me. I would eat a tablespoon of almond butter as a treat too. A green tipped banana with cinnamon and almond butter?! YUM!

Once you get through the withdrawal, it gets better! I have strengthened my willpower and this is my greatest accomplishment. I work in a school and for those of you who work in a school, you know how difficult it is to avoid sugary treats in the faculty room, classroom parties, school wide events, faculty breakfasts, etc. I was able to say "No thank you" in all of these instances. When I was offered sugary snacks and breads, I stayed focused on my goals. Saying no is such a powerful tool.

I have been a bad sleeper since I was ten years old. It used to take me at least one hour to fall asleep. I was always a super light sleeper...the littlest things easily disturb my sleep. Now after successfully completing the detox, I fall asleep quickly. I sleep in such a deep and peaceful sleep. When I wake up, I remember my dreams. I rarely wake up during the middle of the night. Sleep is critical to hormone balance and connected with body fat loss. I know if I continue eating this way, I will be sure to reach my goals,

My skin definitely cleared up. The week before the detox, I pigged out on crappy foods (frozen yogurt with lots of chocolate candy toppings, Mexican food, alcohol, and more). My face broke out in blemishes. By the end of the 21 days, I had no pimples. My eyes looked a little brighter too. I learned that sugar directly affects my skin. When I have a pimple, I know it's because I ate a refined unhealthy, sugary treat.

My energy levels are more consistent throughout the day. I rarely get that 2:30 feeling. My mind is clearer. Because my body was fueled properly, my Crossfit performance has improved too. I feel great during my workouts.

Now that my 21 days and my 30 day paleo challenge is over, I had a cheat day. I ate a bunch of sugar treats to see how I would feel. The result? Pimples, constipated, a little bloated, and most importantly, NOT SATISFIED. It's amazing how the sugary treats just taste like crap now. Cupcakes, cakes, and donuts don't leave me satisfied at all. Therefore I will avoid them. I still love chocolate but feel as though I could easily fall back in to binge eating chocolate habits. Therefore, I will not keep it in the house. At the end of the day, a green apple with cinnamon sprinkled on it tastes awesome. And almond butter=heaven. Find foods that leave you satisfied. When you complete the detox, you start to crave healthier foods. Don't tempt yourself or keep snacks in the house that will allow you to pick up old, bad habits!

I also realized all of the HIDDEN sugar that was in my diet before the detox. Sugar is EVERYWHERE. Read the labels. Get educated. When you read the label, visualize how many teaspoons or tablespoons of sugar is actually in your food.

The 21 DSD increases awareness, strengthens willpower, improves skin and sleep, and implements good habits. All of the recipes are delicious. The book is readable. The pictures are awesome. (A cookbook with pictures is always a plus.:) The directions are easy to follow. The information is easy to comprehend. The typical diet of modern society is packed with sugar and it is definitely time for a change. Do the detox. Take notes about your feelings, progress, and mental/physical state. It's worth it!
176 internautes sur 201 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
5.0 étoiles sur 5 How to kick sugar without losing your mind 7 novembre 2013
Par Jayzilla - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Broché
This detox isn't the same as you might expect. It's not a juice cleanse or something like that. The reality is that's not going to help. As Diane states in the book, "to detox your body from sugar means not only to rid your body of cravings for it, but also to rid your daily life of the structure built around being a slave to when you eat sugar, how much you eat, and the form in which you eat it."

The way she presents the detox is in one of three programs, depending on how your current sugar lifestyle is. Level 1 is for folks who are just coming off of a "standard American diet", which not only includes junk food but also large amounts of whole grains (i.e., the "healthy" grains) and dairy. Level 3 is for folks who already eat pretty clean, maybe someone who considers herself "mostly Paleo" and wants to finally kick the habit. Level 2 is somewhere in between.

One of the things I appreciate most about this book is how it's not simply one that tells you why sugar is bad and then gives you tips on how to deal with the withdrawal of not eating it.

It definitely does those things, but it also almost holds your hand (as much as a book can), as you do it. There are even checklists for 7 days before you start, 5 days before you start, all the way to the day before. They're designed to help get you excited for it, prepare the way, and get emotionally ready.

Then as you go, you can follow her meal plan for you, which tells you exactly which foods are appropriate to eat for your level, or you can plan your own menus based on her "yes" and "no" food lists.

In addition to the already-useful help and meal plans offered in the book, there are also a bunch of recipes (90, to be more precise) for foods that foster a healthy lifestyle. These aren't "health food" recipes in the sense most people think (no tasteless rice cakes here), but delicious, satisfying foods.

If sugar is something you've struggled with giving up, this book is definitely for you!
95 internautes sur 111 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
2.0 étoiles sur 5 I would not recommend this approach 27 avril 2014
Par bookworm - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Broché
Let me preface this by saying I purchased the 21 Day Sugar Detox when it was just an ebook and completed the program at that time. I've been following Balanced Bites for over 6 months and I got into this program relatively early in my paleo journey.

That being said, I can't recommend this approach. I did the detox, but it was incredibly tough. Before anyone jumps all over me for "not actually doing the detox," I'll say that I'm not an athlete so I stuck with the strict level 2 guidelines - I allowed some dairy, but the diet was very low carb over that three week period. Yes, I had my daily apple and yes, I ate plenty of greens, but ALL women, athletes or no, should probably be eating at the athlete modification level in terms of carbs. We need at least 100-150 g/day to help regulate our hormones. I found myself not craving sweets on this program, but my craving for potatoes was so strong that I was practically in tears because of it. My husband urged me countless times to just break my diet, but I insisted on sticking with the program because I wanted to be able to say I did it successfully (which I did).

I lost weight and I liked the fact that I lost weight. I did not experience the energy boost that many claim to experience. Basically, this diet did nothing for me other than give me some issues with food. I now have hormone imbalances that I am working to correct, and I have regained most of what I lost by adding back in lots of carbs that are forbidden on this diet if you're not an athlete. Can I say definitively that this diet caused my hormone imbalances? No, but it certainly did not help and probably did more harm than good in my case. I even bought the physical copy of the book at one of the book signings hosted when the book was first released. I brought up my concern about the diet being too low carb, and found Ms. Sanfilippo's dismissive and distracted (as other people had her attention) "oh, well just eat more veggies/carrots" very distasteful. In terms of volume, carrots have nowhere near the amount of carbs that a sweet or white potato (for those of us who do, in fact, eat white potatoes) would have. It would be impossible to get a good amount of carbs for a woman's needs on this diet (if you don't follow athlete modifications). That made me sorry I even bought the physical book at all.

I'm sure I'll get some people jumping on me for this negative review, and the author may even post on her Facebook page asking people to rebut my review as she has done in the past, but I feel it has to be said. If you are a young woman in your prime fertility years, I cannot recommend this book, especially if you are actively trying to become pregnant or want to become pregnant within a couple of years. If you're a man, this probably would be a great approach. Low carb high fat is okay in the very short term, or as a way to kickstart weight loss if you are very overweight. There are some decent recipes in here. The gist of this book is "eat real food and cut out processed crap," which is a great message, but not one that's worth $25 - and I paid full price plus sales tax... so not worth it. Overall, I think Ms. Sanfilippo has great information in her books and on her website, but my eyes have been opened and I am no longer on the 21 Day Sugar Detox bandwagon.
128 internautes sur 151 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Not being dramatic when I say this program will change your life... 30 octobre 2013
Par Tonja Field - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Broché|Achat vérifié
In late 2010 I stumbled upon a clean eating program called The 21-Day Sugar Detox that was in e-book form at the time... I had already been eating mostly clean for about 6 months, but this looked like just the program I needed to jump-start myself into the new year. I completed my first round in January 2011 and since then have done it 3 more times.. and WOW. Now there is this FANTASTIC book!

Not being much of an e-book fan to begin with, I am so glad Diane decided to put this in hard-copy format and ADD a ton of stuff not even in the e-book! 225 pages (not counting the VISUAL index, regular index or sources!) of well-written information about sugar and carbs, how they work in our body, what they can potentially do to us, how stress plays into it all and affects our hormones (which can help us NOT reach our goals!)... plus recipes, recipes, RECIPES! Diane has a way with making the most simple recipes taste outright amazing. Asian-style meatballs, Lamb & Chorizo Chili, Shepherd's Pie, ginger-garlic chicken, smoothies, even an apple crumble and doughnuts!

I know what you're thinking.. how is this a "detox" - this sounds like such good food! Yes, Mr/Mrs Reader... it is. You will not feel deprived and once your body gets over the initial sugar cravings you'll experience what I have: better sleep, clearer skin (hello adult acne!), no afternoon energy slump, less bloating or pressure in the gut, no "hangries". Plus, you will have gained a new-found appreciation for how food can cure almost anything - the RIGHT food.

Besides good content, the layout and design of the book is very easy on the eyes. Everything is easy to find, allergy indications for nuts, eggs, nightshades, FODMAPs and seafood are on each recipe, and there are several handy charts and pages for yes/no foods, eating out, etc.

So if you're on the fence, have tried every "diet" in the book (I have to!) and really just want to set yourself up for a healthy lifestyle and get off the dang diet roller coaster, this book is it. You owe it to yourself to try!
18 internautes sur 21 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
3.0 étoiles sur 5 Good idea, but the book is not necessary, a little hard to follow 8 décembre 2014
Par LittleFlower09 - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Broché
The concept of a sugar detox is a good one, but you really don’t need this book or such a complicated method. I enjoyed reading the book, and many of the recipes are good, but I decided NOT to follow to meal plan that the author laid out. I have 3 small children, so it’s just not possible for me to cook 3 meals a day. I usually cook dinner and keep breakfast and lunch very simple. So, I decided to cook some of her meals for dinner and just try my best to follow her guidelines in coming up with simple breakfasts and lunches (things like salad with avocado and nuts for lunch, or eggs and green banana for breakfast).

It got a little confusing, though. For example, on the first day I made her Shepherd’s Pie. Next to the recipe, it says that if you need more carbs, you can top it with sweet potatoes. Well, I decided to serve it with sweet potatoes on the side (my kids loves them), and I ate  cup of them to serve as my carb for that day. Then, later I saw that sweet potatoes were listed in the “No” column of foods, and it says avoid these for 21 days. Then I was feeling guilty, like I had “cheated”!

Another complaint is that the author holds that the ingredients are easy to find, but this is not true for me, living in a medium sized Midwest city. We have 2 Wal-Marts, but no Trader Joe’s or Whole Foods or food co-ops! When I made the buffalo chicken egg muffins, I couldn’t find the approved wing sauce. I just used Frank’s Red Hot instead, which is probably not “allowed.” But, it’s 0 calorie, has no sugar, and has a short list of all natural ingredients (I think it’s cayenne peppers, vinegar, and salt). Also, the recipe calls for a special brand of cupcake liners for the muffin pan. I just baked in a casserole dish (so they aren’t “muffins”) to avoid having to order something special. So, I think you can make good, healthy, non-sweet choices without completely following this book. Tonight I plan to just make Garlic Lime Chicken from one of my favorite books, Saving Dinner, by Leanne Ely. That is totally compatible, except for a splash of store-bought chicken broth, which I will just leave out. However, I really believe if I added that chicken broth, it is NOT going to derail my detox or give me crazy sugar cravings!

My husband has seen me struggle with sugar addiction, and his advice is this: I don’t need to feel bogged down trying to follow this book to a T, but it would be a very healthy thing for me to focus on cutting out sweets, not eating breads/pasta/cereal for 21 days, and avoiding processed food like sauce with high fructose corn syrup for 21 days. Try to limit the grains/legumes, but don’t get so caught up in “Should I have a half cup or a full cup because I’m going to do some intense exercise today?”

My final issue with the book is that I don’t see myself following the long-term recommendations. The author instructs us to cut out gluten from now on. I love baking (artisan bread in 5 min a day style!) and I would like to be able to eat whole grain bread again in 21 days, but I’m hoping I can eat in a moderated way. I do plan to avoid sweets except for a special occasion, like my children’s birthdays. Also, the author says that this plan will not work for high endurance athletic events. I regularly run half marathons (although I’m not training for one right now), so I will have to figure out at that point how many carbs is a good, healthy amount to keep me running for those long training runs of 2.5 hours.

Final thoughts: You don’t need to buy a book to cut out sweets and bread/cereal/pasta for 21 days. I enjoyed reading the book and trying a few recipes, but I’m glad I just checked it out of the library and didn’t purchase it. A sugar detox is a wonderful thing, but don’t let the complexity keep you from doing it.
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