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  • Gradual is the way to go if you are getting this sick! Try to cut it out at breakfast or at night. The next week, cut it out with snacks. The next week cut it out with drinks. Slowly, you will wean yourself off it, good luck!!
  • If you are going to give it up for 21 days and then binge on sugar for a long time after, it would't be worth it! Creating habits that allow you to indulge occasionally is a great way to achieve balance in life. That said, it can never hurt to cut sugar out, so go for it!
  • I would say it is usually not worth it, unless you really need to get in shape for a special event. But having a lifestyle where you slowly loose weight will lay the foundation for lasting habits and weight loss that can last a life time. SO worth the slower and healthy path!!
  • Eat a small dinner and a small snack, try to not eat a few hours before you go to sleep. Breakfast & Lunch should be your biggest meals because you will use all the nutrition and calories for energy to last throughout the day. If you eat a big dinner, you'll barely be moving after and then go to sleep.
  • I finally have developed the habits to go back to eating healthy, not matter how bad a meal or day is. It almost takes effort to eat bad now for an extended amount of time because it's going against my habits. I can also really feel the unhealthy food making me unfocused and tired all the time. The trick is to go back to…
  • The only reason to fast would be to "remember" how it is to be hungry. Our hunger cues are often messed up and we don't even know the true feeling. Otherwise, it is recommended not to fast. Your body goes into starvation mode, and it will hold on to every last big of fat!
  • I used to love Mozzarella cheese sticks, but now I found out I am highly intolerant to dairy. When I cut out dairy, I lost a lot of weight.
  • It depends on how you react to weighing yourself. If you weight goes up a little bit, are you discouraged to keep eating healthy, or does it motivate you more. It once took 6 weeks of healthy eating for me to see any change on the scale, but it didn't bother me too much because I knew my body was just adjusting. So, know…
  • After eating processed foods for a long time, it may take a while for the body to recalibrate. You also may be eating foods that you are intolerant to like corn, eggs, soy, gluten, dairy, yeast. I would keep a food journal and analyze if you see a link between certain foods and how you feel. And yes, water is always great.…