Are you up for the challenge?!
The Limitless 14 Day No Sugar Challenge will EXCEED YOUR EXPECTATIONS and be MUCH MORE than just a no-sugar challenge.
You’ll be handed the tools, knowledge and support to finally beat your cravings, eat for your hormones and achieve long-lasting success.
If you’re a sugar lover, you can probably empathize. Sugar is addictive — it turns on reward pathways in your brain and causes withdrawal. Without the right game plan, it’s hard to break a sugar addiction. But when you do kick your sugar habit, the changes to your life can be extraordinary.
Cutting down on sugar promotes:
- Fat Loss
- Decreased hunger and food cravings
- Increased mental focus
- Better mood
- Long lasting energy with no crash
This challenge is about learning how to eat for life. By focusing on real foods and building a solid foundation of healthy habits, we are able to combat nasty cravings. I wouldn’t run this challenge if I didn’t 100% believe it works.
Nowadays it’s so easy to overeat sugar. It’s everywhere and hidden in things you would never expect. Sauces, crackers, medications, chips, “health drinks”, processed foods… When we overeat sugar, we end up disrupting our hormones which in turn, causes us to run to the snack drawer.
Throughout this challenge you will learn how to eat for your hormones, reset your taste buds and satisfy your cravings with real food.
By the end of the 14 days you’ll notice you have more energy, less cravings, sleep better and lose a ton of weight. But more importantly you’ll leave with foundational health habits that will set you up for long-term success.
Now, if you’re looking for another RAW-RAW do-it-yourself health challenge… this isn’t for you.
This is a community. A group of like-minded people just like you and I who have chosen to Live Everyday Limitless. We cheer, we motivate, and we support each other every step of the way.
Challenge Rules & Action Plan
The rules for the challenge are fairly simple: For the next 14 days you cannot eat anything with added sugar.
But what does that actually mean? Here are some guidelines:
Scour your kitchen for anything with added sugar or that is high in carbs and get rid of them. Sugar cravings will hit hard and when they do you want to limit your temptations.
Look through your kitchen, pantry, fridge and freezer at the nutrition labels. If the product has more than a couple grams of sugar or is high in carbs (pasta or potato chips), throw it out.
This also goes for natural sugar too. Sugar is sugar, whether it comes from a candy bar or a mango. “Healthy sweeteners” like honey, dates, coconut sugar or agave nectar are no better than table sugar. They will still spike your insulin levels and cause cravings.
The goal isn’t to cut out sugar completely. Even healthy foods like vegetables will contain a small amount of sugar. The goal is to significantly cut down your sugar consumption so that it doesn’t mess with your blood sugars.
Please Note: No artificial sweeteners are aloud. That means diet soda is off limits. Read this article on Why Artificial Sweeteners Are Worse Than Sugar.
What Can I Eat?
Head to the grocery store and stock up on whole foods like healthy proteins, leafy greens, vegetables and quality fats. Here are a few suggestions:
- Grass fed beef
- Wild salmon
- Olive oil
- Coconut oil
- Spinach, broccoli, fennel, cabbage, arugula, beets, peppers, cucumber (any low carb nutrient dense vegetables)
- Blueberries, strawberries, orange’s, blackberries, melon, grapefruit (any lower sugar fruits)
Time For The Challenge!
Don’t you think you are READY and DESERVE this change?
You owe it to your body. You owe it to yourself.
So, what are you waiting for?
Stop doubting yourself and join the challenge for FREE today.