10 Things likely to happen when you stop eating sugar and carbs.
A humorous way of sharing…
what’s in it for you?
1. Weight Loss -Yes! Sweeteners have a tendency to encourage your body to hold on to fat. So, if you minimize sugar the reverse should happen.
2. Acne be gone. – Highly processed foods give your body way too much of exactly what it doesn’t need which can cause acne. Reduce the majority of highly processed carbs and watch what happens.
3. Better mood – eating highly processed carbs and sweeteners is like putting a little garbage in your gas tank and wondering why the car doesn’t run as it should.
4. More energy! – Your body can use its natural-food fueled energy to work on what you want,
instead of cleaning that trash out of your system.
5. Whole foods taste better. – Give it 30 days and foods that you considered bland begin to seem pretty tasty.
6. The brain fog is lifted. – Stop consuming processed carbs and you may notice more mental clarity.
7. You may find yourself mindlessly choosing healthy alternatives.
8. You might notice that water, coffee, and tea come in a zillion enjoyable flavors that are free of sweeteners (real and fake).
9. You may save some $$ dollars. – A bag of frozen veggies cost less than most bags of junk food. Not to mention reduced medical bills from avoiding chronic illnesses etc.
10. You’ll probably start to like treating yourself better. Some suggest that it is more important to stop eating meat.
However, this is some of what I learned by quitting carbs.
Remember, these things are likely and not guaranteed.
There is some science behind it. It is worth it to find out what happens when you stop eating sugar and highly processed foods. Need more information? Here are additional reference articles on what can happen when you stop eating sugar and carbs below:
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