Been thinking about quitting the sweet stuff? Well, the next round of the I Quit Sugar 8 Week Program starts next week, with registrations closing on 7th June.
1. Recalibrate those taste buds
I didn’t believe it could happen, but it has.
Some of my old favourites (milk chocolate, even dark chocolate, fruit juices and ice cream) are too sweet for me now. Which leaves me free to enjoy 85% dark chocolate, veggie juices and sweetener-free muffins without feeling like I’m compromising. Yippeeee!
2. Add yummy new recipes to your repertoire
When you do the I Quit Sugar 8 week program, you get a weekly meal plan and recipes for breakfast, lunch and dinner (plus some sugar-free snack suggestions).
Do the maths. That’s a lot of new recipes that are not only sugar free (or very, very low in sugar) but also delicious and easy to make. Often full of veggies too, great for your winter immunity, people.
3. Educate yourself
The program includes weekly ‘weekend reading’ so you can arm yourself with the right facts you need to make healthier food choices… as you probably already know, not all foods marketed as ‘healthy’ actually are. Increase your knowledge for life by getting the info now.
If you decide to do it, good luck and enjoy. Curb those cravings with the proper snacks, always be well-prepared and you know what, it won’t be as hard as you might think.
Oh and by the way, I also lost a few cm here and there around the tum and bum, so there’s an added little incentive 😉
PS. Just so you know, if you click through to the IQS site from my blog and register for the I Quit Sugar 8 week program, I will receive a small commission at no additional cost to you (so if you do, thank you!).
This is not a sponsored post, nor have I been given anything by IQS – I bought all my books and paid for the program, just like everyone else 🙂 But when I find something that I think you’ll love too, I like to tell you about it. Any questions before making the big decision? Just ask in the comments below x