Stubborn sweet tooth? Relieve some of your dependency on sugar by following this week-long plan. There’s a printable PDF you can use too! This week-long low sugar diet aims to keep your energy levels high and your mood regulated by balancing blood sugar with the right combination of foods at each meal and naturally sweet foods that let you indulge in a healthy way. Try to eat something every 3 to 4 hours to keep your blood sugar levels relatively stable and stave off cravings. You may even find you start to dislike overly sweetened foods. Related: Going Paleo? After the week is over, carry your healthy habits forward by following the rule. This means making 80 percent of what you eat similar to this plan, and the other 20 percent can include sweet treats like dark chocolate. Customize it This meal plan is intended for the average woman with a sedentary job who is working out 3 to 4 times per week. If the plan feels like too much food, simply cut portion size.
This no-sugar meal plan will help you kick the craving with healthy whole foods and get back on track with healthy habits. Sugar sure is delicious but there’s time where the cravings feel overwhelming. We’ve been there and know it’s hard trying to resist sugar cravings, so we made this 7-day no-sugar diet plan to help you overcome the cravings and get back on track with healthy habits. In this week-long meal plan, you’ll find delicious no-added-sugar recipes and snacks that will keep you full and energized without causing blood sugar spikes and crashes. Translation: your energy levels will stay nice and stable all day. Instead of processed and packaged foods and snacks that are high in added sugars, this no-sugar diet plan includes foods that have naturally-occurring sugars that satisfy your sweet tooth. Peanut Butter Energy Balls are sweetened with fiber-rich dates instead of honey or maple syrup. For a sweet breakfast, enjoy Mascarpone and Berries Toast, which is full of naturally sweet strawberries and blackberries that are packed with antioxidants. Other fiber-rich and anti-inflammatory foods, like raspberries, blueberries, clementines, pears, and apples, offer a sweet fix without the added sugar.
You’ll learn how to eat well, prep more, spend less — and feel amazing along the way. That means unprocessed or minimally processed stuff that you can feel good about. Not to be confused with naturally occurring sugars, like the ones in fruits. There are a ton of different names for sugar, so when in doubt, double-check ingredient labels to make sure none of these are listed. The plan is packed with colorful, nutrient-dense fruits and veggies; healthy fats; a mix of plant-based and animal-based proteins; and complex carbs. Time-wise, that means a full meal-prep plan you can tackle in advance, so during the busy workweek, you’ll cut down on both cooking and cleanup.