Step Five – Week Five
Keep Avoiding Sugar!
Since cutting and eliminating sugar from our lives is an almost Mission: Impossible! Because we are so used to have desserts and cakes and pies and cookies and marmalades and sodas and coffee and tea and … … … with tons and tons of sugar and/or other kinds of sweeteners … hence, we are going to devote another week to fulfil the task, to get used to taste and enjoy the real natural flavour of our desserts and beverages. Believe me, once you actually palate the natural flavours of desserts and beverages you will never want to go back to the cloying and sickly sweet products we have been used to like.
We have to remember that changing habits and customs take time, so just be patient and keep doing it step by step, loving yourself, because you want what it is best for you.
It is not vanity, it’s health!
Although we are going to look fabulous!
Something relevant you have to always keep in mind: sweet food makes you even hungrier way faster than any salty food. So whenever you are hungry and feel like having a snack, NEVER go for the sweet snack, unless it is fresh fruit. Always go for fresh fruits and vegetables, nuts, pistachios, almonds, peanuts, olives, veggie chips, turkey ham, fruit smoothies, guacamole and tortilla chips, avocado, cheese, fresh juices …
This is a saying by one of my favourite uncles who has always been in extraordinary shape:
“You can eat everything you want as long as you burn it all the very next day at the gym.”
Ring any bells? SUGAR HAS TO BE BURNED AS IT IS INGESTED before it turns into accumulated fat in our bodies!!!
Yes, exercise and the gym help big time, but only 20%. The rate to lose weight or even having those defined abs (“six pack”) is 80 -20:
It is a lot better to have a double meat portion than having dessert.
Increase protein, decrease sugar!
Check out my pineapple marmalade! Simple, delicious, and you can eat as much as you want!
I am Love … I am Success!
Note: Check out how usually fat people love sugar, they love sweet food and eat a lot of it, while thin people are more into salty food.