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How To Get Rid Of Sugar In Your Diet


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Eat smaller meals 5 or 6 times a day. Don't get hungry. Have protein with every meal or snack to keep your blood sugar stable & drink plenty of water to help wash out sugar &toxins. .Weight loss is usually a natural result of giving up sugar & usually takes 5 to 7 days to accomplish. Don't beat yourself up if you slip up, just add more protein to your diet & choose healthy low glycemic foods from the glycemic foods index, apples, pears, plum, peaches, kiwi & berries of all sorts.

- Submitted by SUNSHINE6442 3/19/2012 in Weight Loss | 4 Comments
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THOMS1 4/14/2013 2:37:00 PM

    Good information! emoticon
ANNOSMAN 4/18/2012 10:55:00 PM

    loving this tip! im a real sugar freak , there were times i ate 2 dunkins donuts a day and not thinking bout the consequences coz i tot i'd burn 'em in the gym. well wat i thought proved wrong.. 4 months of hours and hours in the gym , i hadnt lose a pound! i was dissapointed but didnt wanna give up so i decided to change the way i eat. i religiously key in my calorie intake and subsitute my sweet cravings with apples and grapes , and so far i lost 1kg in a week. :)
JAVAJUNKY1 3/24/2012 7:40:00 PM

    I didn't think about the protein - good one, thanks.
VALERIEGOLDEN 3/19/2012 12:21:00 PM

    I like this tip. Thanks vg

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