Clean Eating Kitchen

Sugar Free Challenge

Are you tired of feeling sugar-addicted, bloated, and fatigued? Consider joining my Sugar Free Challenge to reduce or eliminate your intake of refined and added sugars.

It’s time to make changes to feel healthy, energized, and vibrant! The best way to start is to join my 30-Day Sugar Free Challenge. The idea is to reduce or completely eliminate all added sugars and try a sugar detox diet for 30 days to reduce cravings and break the dependence on sugary foods.

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What Happens When You Go Sugar Free?

The results can be incredible! People who have done the Challenge have lost weight, reduced medications, eliminated migraines, and other health successes.

People also report having better control over their cravings once they have stopped eating sugar all the time. While it can be challenging for the first few days or even the first week, the benefits of going sugar-free usually outweigh the challenges. 


How do I join?

It’s easy! Here are the steps.

  1. Sign up for my email list so I can send you information, tips, and recipes. I’ll also send you my Sugar Free Quick Start Guide.
  2. Join the private Facebook group.
  3. Buy my Sugar Free Challenge Guidebook. The ebook has meal plans, weekly tips, and support for your sugar free journey. You can check out a sample of the Guidebook to see what it includes.
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What makes this challenge different from others?

The Sugar Free Challenge has always been about accountability and support. Our Facebook group is where you can get answers to your questions, find daily support and check-ins, and celebrate your successes.

This challenge is also different because you can set your own goals. If you don’t want to go 100% sugar-free, then you can set smaller goals. An example would be to cut out soda in the first week, cut out candy in the second week, and so on.

What are added sugars? What foods are allowed/not allowed?

Added sugars are not naturally-occurring, but are added to foods during processing. Added sugars that we do not allow during the Challenge include: cane sugar, maple syrup, honey, coconut sugar, etc.

Foods that are allowed in our Challenge include fruit, dried fruit, some sweeteners, and dates. Limited amounts of alcohol (without added sugars) and sweeteners like stevia are okay. See the list of sugar substitutes

Is the Sugar Free Challenge Free?

Yes, it is free to join the Facebook group. I do have a Sugar Free Challenge Guidebook that I highly recommend you purchase. The guidebook includes meal plans, recipes, and information to get you through each of the four weeks.


Here’s what participants said after completing the Sugar Free Challenge (names have been changes to protect their privacy):

“4 weeks sugar free today and I’ve lost 13 pounds feeling fantastic with no headaches!!” — Sara

“I am super excited about my progress. I continue to be sugar free and I dropped 2 pounds this week. (I am also grain free, so that helps as well.) I am 49 and the weight does not come off easily. So sticking to this commitment has really helped!” –Randy

“I can’t believe tomorrow is day 30. What is amazing is that I have not had one headache or migraine.” –Kathy

Not sure if the program is right for you? Email me with any questions!

Note: this post is for informational purposes only and is not intended as medical advice. Please consult your healthcare provider for recommendations related to your individual situation.

Or, If you’re new to eating sugar free and just want more information, get my FREE Sugar Free Quick Start Guide when you join my email list. Join now; unsubscribe anytime.

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