We’ll be frank: there are a few harsh-ish realities to bear in mind if you’re thinking of quitting the white stuff.
You’ll be quitting fruit: When you quit sugar, you must quit ALL of it. Fruit, fruit juice, agave and honey included. Some nutritionists advise just cutting out the added sugar. But a growing bulk of experts agree: it’s best to get rid of all of it at first, so you can break the addiction, and then recalibrate.
At the six-week mark, once the addiction to sugar is broken, you might feel fine to introduce a few pieces of fruit a day back into your diet, as well as some sugar alternatives. But we’ll get to that later.
There is a detox period: And you might feel like crap. This lasts only a week or two for some. For others it can last six weeks. After that, it’s a non-issue. We promise.
Yes, you will be able to eat chocolate. Amen! For the nitty-nutty-gritty on this, check out our “Can I Eat Chocolate?” fact sheet on the topic.
The Program is supported by accredited dieticians. We’ve included experts in the process of building our Program and have a credible panel of I Quit Sugar Experts. You’ll see posts from them cropping up as you explore the site.
It’ll cost you $150 for the 8-Week Program. If you’re keen to sign up, or just want a little more information so that you can better make your decision, go here.
If you have any more questions, you might find some of them answered in our Frequently Asked Questions section.