You are not alone !! Many of us here on Spark are former or current sugar addicts. I'll be honest, the word detox makes me cringe a bit. It's a word I associate with diet. You don't have to detox your body to rid yourself of your sugar cravings. As SLIMMERKIWI noted, eating a healthy diet can help you reduce any cravings you have for the sugary treats.
You don't have your food diary posted. What are you eating for breakfast ? What about lunch, dinner or snacks ? One reason you may be craving sugar is because you're not eating enough healthy foods. Are you eating 6-9 servings of fresh fruit and veggies ? If you want to do one thing that will help you decrease your craving for treats, do your best to increase the amount of fresh fruit and veggies you eat.
It will take time. Remember, NO ONE ever became a healthy eater overnight. But, if you can do your best to eat more wholesome foods that nourish your body, you're less likely to crave the junk. Also, it's a vicious cycle. the more sugar you eat, the more sugar your crave. This is why it's important to try to eat plenty of wholesome foods.
Are you "dieting" ? Many women tend to drastically cut their caloric intake in order to lose weight fast. well, there is no fast way to lose weight. If you want to change your eating habits, you have to be patient.
Have you read any of the Spark articles on breaking a sugar addition ? If not, I'll start you with this one. www.sparkpeople.com/resource/nutrition_art