In today's video, you will learn what would happen if you quit sugar for 7 days!
This ingredient is found in most houses, and you surely have it at yours: sugar.
But, if you take care of your health, or if you want to take even more care of yourself, it is best to know what type of sugar is the best one to have at home, right? So, watch the suggested video to learn about it.
Today you will learn what would happen to your body if you went 7 days without sugar.
Have you ever thought about living without sugar?
The idea may sound impossible for anyone with a sweet tooth, but, by staying 7 days without sugar, we can reverse this situation and see many changes in the body!
Helps with weight loss
Improves heart health
Contributes to liver health
In the lymphatic system, low consumption of sugar reduces water retention and bloating.
In the nervous system, it helps get rid of headaches and migraines.
Reducing sugar also helps the digestive and endocrine system, improving nutrient absorption, and reducing the risk of developing diabetes.
When we go 7 days without sugar, it is possible to see a difference on the scale, in water retention, and many other issues.
If you want to try this challenge to see how you feel, experts recommend you start slowly, substituting refined sugar (table sugar) with fruits, xylitol, coconut sugar, cinnamon, and stevia. This way, it will be easier for you to get used to your new lifestyle.
0:00 Benefits on Going One Week Without Sugar
0:45 Weight Loss
0:59 Improves Heart Health
1:06 Prevents Cancer
1:19 Contributes to Liver Health
1:54 Side Effects
2:00 Long term benefits
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