Do you feel like...
- You constantly need a sugar-fix to get you over that afternoon slump?
- If you don't satisfy your sugar cravings, you will go on a #HANGRY rampage?
- Your sweet tooth is controlling what you eat, despite your best effort to eat healthy?
- You know that improving your prediabetes / type 2 diabetes depends on you cutting down on sugar... but you just can't seem to call it quits?
Here's a secret: it's not your fault.
Sugar is super addictive, and cutting back isn't always easy.
But it doesn't have to be so hard... if you know what steps to take.
After years of needing processed sugar every day to keep my energy up, I've finally managed to keep my cravings under control and drastically cut down on my sugar intake. And I want to show you how you can do it too.
During this FREE 5-day challenge, I'll show you how you can cut down on sugar, without giving up on delicious food (nope, you won't be eating celery sticks all week).
I've prepared a delicious 5-day whole food meal plan so you know exactly what to eat during your challenge. Girl, I got your back!
Preview of the easy-to-follow 5-day meal-plan:
When you sign up to the challenge, you'll receive all the recipes for the meal plan.
Here's a preview of the topics we'll cover during our 5-day challenge:
So, are you ready to take control of your sugar cravings once and for all?
If that answer is YAAAAS, sign up to my FREE 5 Days To Ditch Sugar Challenge!
Disclaimer: You should always speak with you doctor first before adopting a new diet. If you are on medication for your prediabetes or type 2 diabetes, consult a health professional first. If you are on insulin, it is not recommend you do this sugar-free challenge without supervision, as your blood sugar might become low if you don't adjust your dose.
Hi there! If we haven't met, I'm Julie Doan, a pharmacist specialized in diabetes and a health coach. I help women with prediabetes and type 2 diabetes who are struggling to lose weight and control their blood sugar. I teach them what to eat and how to move, so that they can shed the excess pounds, lower their blood sugar, improve their health, and avoid having to take pills for the rest of their lives.