Think You Can Go 30 Days Without Any Sugar?

Think you can go 30 Days without Sugar?

30 Days Sugar Free

Most people don’t think that they can, but a sugar-free diet is a great way to give your health a boost and extend your life. If you were thinking about joining an expensive weight loss program – where you get stuck buying their food – I have a better (and healthier) option for you.

Sugar is harmful: Despite what the sugar industry and medical associations are saying, sugar is harmful. It is harmful in three ways:

  • Adds Weight: As discussed above, sugar adds pounds to our bodies. This causes harm to our bodies because being obese or overweight increases a number of diseases: diabetes , stroke, heart disease, certain cancers and many more diseases. Obesity cuts life expectancy by as much as five years.
  • Insulin Insensitivity: Consistently high blood sugar lead to the cells throughout the body becoming insensitive to insulin. This insulin insensitivity is at the heart of diseases such as metabolic syndrome and diabetes. Having diabetes, by the way, can clip as many as 10 years off your life and, maybe as many as 18 quality years off your life.
  • Toxic: Sugar is toxic to our blood vessels, much the same way that cigarette smoke is toxic to our lungs. As sugar flows through our blood stream, it destroys the very blood vessels that carry the sugar throughout our bodies. This destruction is easily seen in people who have poor blood sugar control (like diabetics) who have high rates of eye disease (retinopathy), kidney disease, heart disease, nerve disease (neuropathy), and strokes, all caused by the destruction of blood vessels. The destruction also occurs in people who don’t have diabetes, only at a slower rate.

There are many reasons why you will want to join us on our sugar-free adventure:

  • Sugar is addictive: For many of you who read this blog regularly, you know just how powerful  sugar addiction is. Sugar often feels like it has the power to control us instead of the other way around. Sugar addiction shares common traits with all addictions, including: hoarding, binging, using the addiction to change moods, and many other addictive-like behaviors. Seeing sugar as an addiction explains a lot of how we act around sugar and is likely the reason why so many of us yo-yo diet. If you really don’t think sugar is addictive, try staying away from it for a few days and see; most people become acutely aware of just how addicting sugar is when they remove it from their lives.
  • You Want to Feel Better: Kicking sugar and eating a sugar-free diet will be hard at first. But most people who are on the diet report that they feel better, have more energy, and even sleep better. Many people also report the almost magical disappearance of stomach problems, fatigue, depression, sinus infection, skin problems and more.
  • Weight loss: Sugar has more to do with weight gain than you (and medical/nutritional professionals) might believe. Sugar contains empty calories, but sugar is also special in its ability to add to your waistline. Your body has certain energy needs and once those needs are met by what you are eating, any excess sugar in your blood stream will be stored as fat. Excess sugar is very common when you are eating sugar and foods that act like sugar on a consistent basis. Keeping sugar out of your diet keeps your blood sugar low and, consequently, keeps your body from storing fat.
  • You are curious: The last reason you may want to join us on our 30 Sugar Free Days is that you are curious to find out if sugar is addictive and can change your weight. Believe me when I say that those answers will become very clear for you if you join the 30 Day challenge.

Break the Habit, Break the Cycle

Breaking the sugar habit is hard, but I am here to provide you with the support that you need, including meal plans, recipes, a newsletter and the ability to contact me with your questions; all at no cost.

Taking the 30 Sugar Free Days challenge is a step towards your better health. So many weight loss programs help you shed pounds, but do nothing to address your health. Why not have both good health and weight loss?

If you think you can go 30 days without sugar, please join us. Sign up here: 30 Days Sugar Free.


  1. I have a family background of diabetes. I do not want it; however, the way I’m eating is not helping much. This is day 1 of no sugar for me. Especially after seeing a documentary on how sugar is toxic. Cold turkey always back fires on me so I’m doing a 20 days of weaning from sugar by simple allowing 20 grams per day; of possible healthy processed items. My aim is to come completely off of sugar.

  2. I am day 2 of no sugar and am implementing the keto diet as well. This is tougher than I thought it would be. I gave up sodas several years ago and started a sweet tea addiction in it’s place. I have gained about 30 lbs and am ready for a new lifestyle. The sugar withdrawal sucks but am preservering.

    1. Lisa,

      Great to hear you are kicking sugar! No kidding the withdrawal sucks!! You are right though, fight through those first few days and it gets much easier.

      Best of luck,

      Dr. Scott

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