I was in the middle of watching this amazing movie called “Fed Up” and if you haven’t see it already than I highly recommend you do, and so I just had to stop and write this quick message for you.
The story is eye opening in regards to our health, sugar and obesity.
If you struggle to lose weight, or have been gaining weight for no reason, then It’s time you considered following The Sugar Free Diet.
A sugar free diet is one that avoids as much sugar as possible from you diet. The results will give you better health, greater success with weight loss, and overall better energy and well-being.
Sugar has been responsible for the epidemic of obesity, cancer, heart disease, and type 2 diabetes that has caused chaos across the world.
Why I started a sugar free diet was for better health, and then i realised I was also successfully losing weight with it. So If your goal is to lose weight or just simply get your health back, then this is the best and healthiest diet you could follow.
The Sugar Free Diet by me (Maria) has been developed over the last 8 years to perfection.
The Sugar Free Diet is a cross between a low carb, completely sugar free, partially vegan, and predominantly grain and gluten free, diet. I avoid as much process food as i can and that includes food found in boxes. I chooses to nourish myself with vitamin and mineral rich vegetables and healthy fats instead and lean proteins. This is what I recommend instead.
Do I still consume sugar? Yes. But only in moderation and only from natural sources such as ones I have listed below.
Take a look at the best foods to consume on a sugar free diet. I have spent the last few hours looking at the USDA Nutrition Database to get this list as accurate as possible for you.
I’m not suggesting no fruits in your diet, or vegetables containing high amounts of sugar but rather consume them moderately with your new found knowledge.
so here it is, Foods to eat in The Sugar Free Diet:
Foods You To Eat On A Sugar Free Diet
( Words in bold can be consumed as much as you like!)
- Chicken Breast, Skinless (moderately)
- Eggs (moderately)
- White Fish (moderately)
- Fatty Fish (Alaska Salmon, Albacore Tuna, Mackerel, Sardines) (moderately)
- Beans (Black beans, Adzuki beans, white navy beans, baby lima beans)
- Dark Green Leafy Vegetables
- Zucchini (moderately)
- Eggplant (moderately)
- Cabbage (moderately)
- Leek (moderately)
- Green Beans (moderately)
- Carrot (moderately)
- Butternut squash/ pumpkin
- Pumpkin (moderately)
- Potato (moderately)
- Yellow Onion (moderately)
- Red onion (moderately)
- Long-grain brown rice (moderately)
- Brown Rice Cakes (moderately)
- Whole-Wheat Pasta (moderately)
- Whole-Wheat Pita bread (moderately)
- Pumpernickel bread (moderately)
- Olive oil, Flax Oil, Avocado Oil
- Tahini Pasta (moderately)
- Pumpkin Seeds
- Sesame Seeds(moderately)
- Sunflower seeds(moderately)
- Chia Seeds (moderately)
- Almonds (moderately)
- Walnuts (moderately)
- Pecans (moderately)
- Brazil Nuts (moderately)
- Peanuts (moderately)
- Herbal Tea
- Soda Water
- Mineral Water
Low In Sugar But Not Good For health
(consume moderately and on rare occasions)
- White Pasta (100g cooked)
- Egg Noodles (100g cooked)
- Rice Noodles (100g cooked)
- Long Grain White Rice (100g cooked)
- French Bread
- Garlic Bread
- Bacon (50g)
- Red Meat (85g cooked)
- Full Fat Cheese except for Feta, American Cheese and Cottage Cheese (30g) (check labels because some brands may contain no sugar whereas some brands will add sugar)
- Plain Black Coffee
- Plain Black Tea
Nature’s Natural Sugar Treats (consume moderately and occasionally)
- Honeydew melon
- Kiwi Fruit
- Sweet Potato
- Baby peas
Anything that is missing from the list, don’t eat! It’s that simple 🙂