7-Day Sugar Detox Menu Plan and Slim Your Belly in Just 1 Week

Sugar isn’t your friend, especially if you’re trying to lose weight. Eating too much sweets and cakes will turn you into a balloon, and the same applies to foods that contain ‘hidden sugars.’ These foods ‘kill’ your energy, wrinkle your face, and make you fat.

“If you can’t get going in the morning without a sugary coffee, need a treat to boost your energy in the afternoon and have tried and failed to cut down on eating carbs, then you could be a sugar addict.”

We give you a few powerful, eye-opening reasons to stay away from sugar:

  • It’s full of empty calories – you eat a lot, but get no nutrients
  • Higher risk of diabetes
  • Stripes off minerals
  • Destroys your energy
  • Weakens heart
  • Triggers cancer development
  • Makes you look older
  • Causes eczema and arthritis
  • It’s the lead cause of hypoglycemia
  • Affects vision
  • Causes ulcers
  • Leads to adrenal fatigue
  • Affects immunity
  • Triggers the formation of gallstones
  • Increases serotonin levels
  • Causes addiction

7-day sugar detox menu

DAY 1

Breakfast: Cheesy spinach and baked organic eggs

Mid-morning snack: Tamari almonds

Lunch: Green salad and low-carb cheesy sweet peppers

Dinner: Cucumber-tomato-feta salad with baked stuffed chicken and spinach

Snack: Low-fat ricotta cheese, ¼ cup part skim, a few drops vanilla stevia, and ¼ teaspoon vanilla extract

DAY 2

Breakfast: Sun-dried tomato-feta frittata

Mid-morning snack: Tamari almonds

Lunch: Chicken, peppers & spinach

Afternoon snack: Spinach dip and raw veggies

Dinner: Turkey-lettuce cups, mushrooms, peppers, and sautéed spinach

Snack: A cheese stick

DAY 3

Breakfast: Peanut Butter Protein Smoothie

Mid-Morning Snack: Three hard-boiled eggs (egg whites only)

Lunch: Leftover Turkey Lettuce Cups with mixed green salad and cucumber, sweet peppers, tomatoes (drizzle extra virgin olive oil and apple cider vinegar on top)

Afternoon Snack: Feta frittata

Dinner: Grilled chicken with fresh herbs and light vegetable soup

Snack: Dairy-free sugar-free vanilla chia pudding

DAY 4

Breakfast: Sante Fe Frittata’s

Mid-Morning Snack: A cheese stick

Lunch: Grilled chicken made into cilantro chicken salad

Afternoon Snack: Sugar-free peanut butter and celery

Dinner: Crock Pot Chicken and Bean Stew and Mini Zucchini cheese bites

Snack: Half a cup low-fat cottage cheese and cucumber slices

DAY 5

Breakfast: Sante Fe Frittata’s

Mid Morning Snack: Spicy Mediterranean feta dip and raw veggies

Lunch: Soup, Green salad with cucumber, tomatoes, sweet peppers (drizzle over extra virgin olive oil and apple cider vinegar)

Afternoon Snack: cucumber-tomato-feta salad

Dinner: Italian green bean salad and low-carb cheesy bread Sticks

Snack: Dairy-free sugar-free vanilla chia pudding

DAY 6

Breakfast: Crustless Egg Muffin

Mid Morning Snack: ½ cup cottage cheese or ricotta with ¼ teaspoon vanilla extract, vanilla stevia

Lunch: Cheesy bread sticks and green bean salad

Afternoon Snack: Raw veggies and spicy Mediterranean dip

Dinner: Zucchini noodles and garlic-lemon chicken drumsticks

Snack: Three hard boiled eggs (egg whites only)

DAY 7

Breakfast: Scrambled eggs with sauteed spinach and mushrooms

Mid Morning Snack: ½ cup cottage cheese

Lunch: Light vegetable soup and zucchini noodles

Afternoon Snack: Tamari Almonds

Dinner: Chicken drumsticks and leftover green bean salad

Snack: Dairy-free sugar-free vanilla chia pudding

Source: besthealthyguide.com

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