My sugar urges are gone. I won’t go as far as to say I’ll never eat sugar again however, as of this moment, I could take it or leave it and I’m choosing to leave it. Couple weeks ago I wouldn’t have even thought it was possible with careful planning and many deliberate steps I’ve been able to take action!
The feeling to be free from yearnings is incredible and one minute at a time, with mindful choices I’ll stay sugar-free. I have got little to no refined sugar for approximately per month now and I feel absolutely no desire for any. Yes, that is a short time period what is different is how I feel however.
Physically Personally I think balanced and healthy. Emotionally and mentally, I’ve experienced the best premenstrual and menstrual period in a long time, minimal bloating, almost zero feeling swings, and minimal cramping. There were several steps I had taken to get to this true point. 1. I used a hypnosis mp3 download for weight loss from hypnotransformations. I regularly use this, it’s for weight loss but I really believe it still worked on this type of thing.
I will continue to utilize it as I tidy up my diet further in my own goal to attain optimal health and weight. 2. I ready my mind in advance. I knew it would be difficult and I understood I would be tempted so I went minute by moment. I did n’t plan to do permanently, I still don’t say I will never have sugars, I don’t want deprivation to enter into my mind, so I can have glucose, but each day I chose not to. It has worked to help me defy myself because many of us crave things we “can’t” have so by allowing, and choosing instead of denying it can help us with that psychological hurdle.
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3. I ate fruits. I gave up refined glucose only. I didn’t use artificial sweeteners in any way because I feel they are more harmful than glucose and keep you craving. I found a banana muffin formula which used honey and I’ve made those twice however I haven’t found that I crave to them particularly.
I also cut out bleached flour at the same time, changing it with whole wheat grains or other wholegrain, this was unintentional though because I found out most(all?) bread without sugar are made with whole grains and are white-flour free. 4. I don’t feel as if it’s an eating plan. Personally I think it is more such as beating an obsession so I consider it as doing something positive for myself comparable to quitting smoking.
I don’t feel deprived whatsoever, however the need to stuff myself with a dessert at the end of a very filling food has vanished. 5. I transformed my thoughts from “I deserve a treat” to “I deserve a body that is healthy”. This too cut out the idea of deprivation and caused my psyche to reassure me I was allowed, I used to be just making a different choice today. 6. I did so a fast for one week that didn’t allow for any food intake after sunset until sunrise.