Sugar Detox: Ending My Love/Hate Relationship with Sweets

They say that breaking up is hard to do. And boy, do I know this is true. You see, I’ve been trying to break up with a few bad habits for awhile now.


That’s not 100% true. I’ve been THINKING about it, working up to taking some action.

I realize, that as a holistic health preaching, intuitive life coaching, energy healing practitioner that I am full of $&%t if I continue treating my body like a second class citizen. Technically, that’s hypocrisy.

It’s time for me to end the love-hate relationship I have with sugar and sugar substitutes – it’s time for a full throttle sugar detox.[divider]

Because this could be a potentially difficult break-up, I’ve been doing my research to get prepared so I don’t have any lapses. Goodness knows I don’t need to have any pity party sugar binges to satisfy my sweet tooth and sabotage all my progress.

No, the key is planning, preparation, and practice – which I have been doing so that I will be ready to make this leap come Monday morning.

My approach to the sugar detox:

The 21-Day Sugar Detox

Ms. Diane has provided a lengthy and informative e-book that outlines the 21 day sugar detox program, as well as a supplement guide and FAQ’s/What to Expect guide. I am rather impressed with the effort she put into a thorough program – shopping lists, recipes, tips and tricks.

My favorite part is the “YES” list – these are the foods that I can focus on having and enjoying, and psychologically I believe this will help me keep my attention in a positive spin, considering I won’t be thinking about what I can’t have. See – this program is brilliant!

I’ve taken a similar approach to health and weight loss before – but that was back in 2001 – eleven years ago. Back then, I followed the Body Type diet, which essentially had me on a no-sugar with lean proteins menu. It worked for me. Once my cravings subside, I can coast on my new found energy and the confidence that I am being nice and loving to my body.

If you’ve been thinking about taking better care of your body, starting a health transition, losing weight, or raising your personal vibration – consider joining me on the 21 day sugar detox program.

With mucho a latte of love and respect,

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  1. alli
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    Omg. I NEED to do this. I feel like so many other things would fall into place if I could kick my sugar addiction. Thanks for the resource lead. I’m in the research stages now and plan to make this my resolution for 2013. I look forward to hearing how your Journey goes. Good luck!!


    • Janet Louise Stephenson
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      Alli, thanks for stopping by – congrats on making this year 2013 resolution! If you find any great resources, come back and share! We can help each other along the way. 🙂

  2. Emelia
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    I drastically reduced my sugar intake a few months ago…and I LOOOOOOOVE sweets. It was hard the first few days, but once you get over the bump, it’s done! I still have my treats now and then but my “have to have it” cravings have diminished. The incidental weight loss was great, too. 🙂

    • Janet Louise Stephenson
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      This is exactly what I’m after, Emelia! I want to treat my body better – and that is the first motivation. The additional benefits are awesome perks! 🙂

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    As you try to detox, I’m getting more and more sugar cravings. Mainly because I’ve been running on coffee and I don’t like the taste of it much. :p Good luck with your journey on sugar detox!

    • Janet Louise Stephenson
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      I hit a temporary detour with Thanksgiving. I don’t know why I didn’t think far enough ahead to plan better – but I’m getting back on the bandwagon soon. I often run on coffee, too, and I sure don’t like the taste of it without any cream and sugar!

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