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- 50 Recipes that help curb sugar cravings
- Weekly Meal Plans & Shopping Lists
- 4 Levels of Difficulty for all levels of Sugar Addiction
- Tips & Strategies to manage sugar cravings
- FREE BONUS: 7 Day Eat Less Sugar Challenge
We believe that removing sugar from your diet is the key to your happiest life. Sugar addiction is the most widespread and least talked about addiction in the world and we aim to change that.
This eBook is filled with 50 healthy, delicious recipes that are specifically designed to curb your sugar cravings and heal the damage caused by sugar erosion.
We understand that everyone has varying levels of sugar addiction. That is why we have created 4 levels of difficulty for the challenge. So even if you are the most hardened sugar addict, you will be able to get started right away with an achievable challenge that will help you get one step closer to Sweet Freedom.
We like to makes things easier for you. In addition to the healthy recipes, we provide 4 example week-long meal plans with accompanying shopping lists for each level of the program. This means that you can simply buy everything on the shopping list, and follow along with the meal plan that suites your level of difficulty.
At Sweet Freedom, we know that is takes more than just following a diet to get sugar free. That is why we provide you with tools and tips to help manage your sugar addiction during those tough moments. We teach you what to do when the sugar cravings get too much, how to start tackling the mental, emotional and spiritual aspects of sugar addiction and how to spot and avoid all the hidden sugars out there!
Does 21 days seem like too much?! In addition to the eBook, you will also receive access to our 7-Day Eat Less Sugar Challenge for FREE. This is an online program which teaches you how to lower your current sugar consumption dramatically. This is a great resource you can start off with before you embark on your 21 Day Sugar Free Challenge.
As Steven Pressfield says, the best way to overcome a challenge your are apprehensive about is to “Start before you’re ready”. It is in the act of doing, that we become ready.