1. I do not agree in artificial sweeteners. Those may increase insulin release. I am sports nutrition and researcher. I definitly do not recommend those sugar substitutes. Otherwise the info in this video is good.

  2. I strongly disagree with you about artificial sugar. Its effects are even more devastating than regular sugar because it stimulates the brain which tries to redistribute sugar in the blood but seeing as it isn't, it will seek even more "sugar" to satisfy its hunger

  3. "The food you choose to eat can either be slow poison or nourishment. Choose wisely."

    โ€ขโ€ขยปยฐยฐยป–I am choosing to END my addiction to sugar. Haven't overcome it just yet; the recovery process is real like, no joke.

    โ˜† mentally ~strengthening will power
    โ™ก emotionally ~allowing lower emotions to surface
    โญ•๏ธ physically ~(personally,) hormonal fluctuations

    Butt! w/this knowledge I'll indeed break free from all of this, and I can't wait to discover the other side of detox.

    ๐Ÿ’ฆ๐Ÿฅ‘๐Ÿฅฆ๐Ÿฅฌ๐ŸŒฝ๐Ÿฅ•๐Ÿ† fruits 'n' greens(:
    ๐ŸŒป I pray we All choose better!

  4. I had one of those selective addictive minds for sugar..tried giving up multiple times for small periods of 21 days and 30 days ..and finally it's smooth now..2 months plus (see I have lost count even ๐Ÿ˜„) and no sugar…I did by fighting craving with fruits in early stage..now am even okay for not having fruits..however I do keep mandate to have fruits once in 2 days for the vitamins .
    My next goal is cutting out bread completely. can you help clarify ,how okay it is to consume chapati made of wheat flour or mutigrain flour & rice.because that's part of my staple diet.

  5. I usually eat very little to no sugar in a week. I find that if I then eat sugary foods I get strong cravings for a week, then they stop. One of the main benefits I've seen is my waist slimming down amazingly- I've always had quite a rectangular body shape and my waist would never come down proportionally, but when I cut sugar I actually get a really small waist. I don't think I'm the only one that has seen this effect, glam&gore says the same thing in her weight loss video

  6. Sugar is poison
    It is in everything you eat
    What else left
    Green vegetables not starchy one
    Protein like egg meat fish and poultry
    Fats like olive oil
    Unfortunately I am allergic to eggs ,dairy , chicken
    Donโ€™t like meat and fish
    So I have to eat salad all day long and vegetables
    It sucks

  7. I'm trying. I'm so bad, I will literally eat spoonfuls of that Sugar in the Raw, white processed sugar, even the Equal. I am being DEAD SERIOUS. When I don't I go threw bad withdrawals.
    ( hope i am not diabetic)

  8. Sugar is not addictive per se. It does work to condition you to eat more of it, but it is not classified as an addiction.
    Itโ€™s more important to know about carbohydrates and nutritional values of your food rather than demonise certain food groups.
    Sugar < grain.
    Processed grain < whole grain.
    Carbohydrates < fibres, protein.
    Saturated fatty acids < unsaturated fatty acids.
    Smoothies < whole fruit.
    Highly processed < less processed.
    Many meals a day < fewer meals a day.
    High fructose corn sirup < glucose.

    Itโ€™s a matter of being aware of these facts and trying to integrate them into your meals and life style.
    Be aware of sugar contents and calories, but donโ€™t demonise sugar.

  9. The bible says to keep the 7th day sabbath (Saturday), and if you are worshipping on Sunday you are breaking the 4th commandment. Sunday laws are being lobbied and when they are ENFORCED (fines, jail, buy/sell revocation, death) many will choose man's law over God's law, thus taking the Mark of the Beast. Don't remain ignorant.

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