30 Sugar Free Days

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Stop Sugar Cravings Now!

There is not a single thing you can do for your health that is more important than stopping sugar.

Why is sugar so bad?

Sugar is bad because it is a super-concentrated substance that is very similar to drugs (think nicotine, cocaine, alcohol). You become addicted to sugar and it damages your body (just as drugs do).

Sugar destroys everything it touches:

  • When sugar hits your brain, it changes the way you think (brain fog, cravings) and may lead to diseases like Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s.
  • When sugar travels through your body, it harms blood vessels that carry it. This is where clogged arteries begin. Sugar increases the risk for heart disease and stroke and also the risk of certain cancers.
  • Diabetics who don’t control their blood sugar are at greater risk for kidney disease, eye disease, and even losing limbs to gangrene.

What is worse is that sugar makes metabolic changes to your body that keep your crazy cravings going and make you want to eat sugar at every meal (and between meals). Worse than that, it increases inflammation throughout your body, and sends messages to your body to store fat.

If you are looking to lose weight and feel better, than kicking the sugar habit needs to be on your to-do list right now.

What Goes Wrong?

Many people who try to kick the sugar habit do it the wrong way (you may have tried to kick sugar in the past). That is because they forget two things about kicking a sugar habit:

  • The first is that you have to remove all sugar from your life and that includes the foods that act like sugar.
  • The second is that you need a lot of support to help you quit something as addicting as sugar.

The 30 Sugar Free Days Plan takes care of both of those problems:

  • We will teach you what the foods that act like sugar are and how to avoid them.
  • We will send you thirty days of support e-mails that help you stay on your plan and help you connect with other people going through the program.

Does it work? Ask these people:

  • I just began my third week on Sunday, and my wedding ring is loose! All my clothes are baggy and I don’t think I will ever eat sugar again! I love how you said you can feel like an “alien on planet carbohydrate” … that’s exactly how I feel! I have found some wonderful farms in my area and I’m shopping at the market less and less. Thank you so much, this is exactly what I needed! Hilary B
  • I’ve been sugar-free for a little over 2 weeks now, and Dr. Scott was right, my cravings severely declined within the first week I would say. Now I don’t even think about sweets! That’s not to say that at this point I wouldn’t WANT something sweet :), but I have the willpower to turn it down because my cravings are no…t out of control. I’ve never gone this long without sugar or bread, I can’t believe I’ve made it this far Nerine E
  • Day 11 here and I am amazed. I am down 6.5 pounds and 2 inches off my waist but the most remarkable thing that has happened is how I feel physically and emotionally. So, this is what happy and healthy people feel like…

Read more here: Testimonial Page

All You Need is 30 Days

You could try to kick your sugar habit alone, but research shows that you are going to be more successful when someone is there to support you.

I have developed a 30 Sugar Free Days Challenge that supports you through 30 days without sugar. The Challenge comes complete with an e-book and daily e-mails that help guide you through the whole process. Thirty days are enough for you make the changes you have been wanting to make and learn how remove sugar from your diet so that you can feel and look better than you have in years.

Here is What the Plan Looks Like:

  • An E-Book that will explain the program and show you all the foods you can eat and can’t eat.
  • Thirty days of e-mails.
  • Meal plans and recipes.
  • Access to support groups focused specifically on the 30 Sugar Free Days.
  • Suggested supplements to help with cravings.

More Than Just Weight Loss!

Thirty Sugar Free Days is not just a program about weight loss it is a movement towards better health. I wrote my book Sugarettes because I think that sugar and foods that act like sugar are destroying our health and yet no one is sounding the alarm.

Over 16,000 people have already gone through this program.

 

Have questions? Visit the Frequently Asked Questions Page.

 

I wish you the best on your journey towards health! — Dr. Scott Olson, ND

So many people have asked, so you can now get the Complete Guide and Sugarettes on Amazon Kindle:

These plans are SO MUCH cheaper than Jenny Craig, or Weight Watchers (and this plan actually works).

Remember, if you are not satisfied, I will refund your purchase price – no questions asked.

Make a change in your life right now!

 

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Free Booklet: This 4-page booklet includes an explanation of the 30-Day program and tells you which foods to avoid and which to include. Free Booklet: This 4-page booklet includes an explanation of the 30-Day program and tells you which foods to avoid and which to include. 40 Page E-BOOK: When you instantly download this e-book, you will have a complete guide to the whole 30-day program. This guide includes over 30 sample meals, diet tips and includes frequently asked questions. 40 Page E-BOOK: When you instantly download this e-book, you will have a complete guide to the whole 30-day program. This guide includes over 30 sample meals, diet tips and includes frequently asked questions.
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  1. Nan February 24, 2015 at 8:05 pm - Reply

    Been sugar free 2 years & feel fabulous @80. Hi fat, low carbs is the best

    • Dr. Scott February 25, 2015 at 6:57 am - Reply

      Great to hear Nan!

      Dr. Scott

  2. Crystal February 15, 2015 at 11:11 am - Reply

    Hello,

    I am completely new to blogs and anything like this. However, I have been gluten free now for a little over three years now (was diagnosed celiac) but am finding out by both how my body feels and what I’ve been reading and hearing that dairy and sugar could be causing the other symptoms I can’t seem to shake from just being gluten free. You see, when first diagnosed with celiac my body couldn’t handle dairy either, but as I healed more I slowly started adding cheeses and ice cream back. I still can’t handle just drinking a glass of milk (so I use almond milk) or yogurt. However I have noticed that when I do have dairy my skin breaks out and my stomach sometimes gets upset. I also am addicted to sugar!! My skin started getting out of control lately so I went to get a facial and my esthetician told me that dairy and sweets were to blame! So she asked me to cut them out of my diet, and while I don’t think I cut them out completely, I significantly lowered my intake. Yesterday I ate a bunch of blackberries then some candy from my cousin’s wedding (yup I caved) and not too long after I got a terrible headache that I still have. I am now realizing this isn’t the only time I’ve gotten these headaches and I’m starting to think it’s related to sugar. Yes I’m gluten free, but my diet is not very good at all because I’ve just replaced gluten with any other carb I can eat (I’m a carb-oholic).

    Will this program help me kick my carb, sugar, and dairy craze? Sorry for the short novel I just wrote I’m just starting to realize I really need to take better care of my body, tired of the headaches and sluggishness, and don’t want to have a stroke (they run in my family and I have high cholesterol, since high school I’m now 29 and have always been very active so it’s all diet and genes I guess).

    Thanks,
    Crystal

    • Dr. Scott February 18, 2015 at 5:31 pm - Reply

      Crystal,

      You are not alone in being a carb-ohlic, and I think it shows just how addicting those foods (and sugar) can be. Yes, the program can help you kick sugar and the foods that act like sugar – that doesn’t mean, though, that it will be easy. It does take effort and it does take time.

      It sounds like you are ready for a change and you should give it a shot (either my program or another). Best of luck on your journey to better health!

      Dr. Scott

  3. Anna February 1, 2015 at 7:19 am - Reply

    Hello,

    I have read this blog with great interest and I only have one question: does your “bread-ban” include breads like crisp and rye breads? These varieties are very popular here in Scandinavia and I would be surprised if they made as much damage as breads high in wheat, for instance.
    I would at the very least expect them to have a lower GI.

    Best,
    Anna

    • Dr. Scott February 1, 2015 at 1:27 pm - Reply

      Anna,

      Yes it does include those. You are probably right about them being less damaging (because they are less allergenic), but for 30 days it is good to stay away from all grains (because they still act like sugar).

      Hope that helps,

      Dr. Scott

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