Sugar Busters Diet

Based on a book written by four people, the Sugar Busters Diet throws the idea of counting calories out the window, focusing instead on cutting out sugar as a means of losing weight. The book itself was originally published independently to great success, before being re-released in a major worldwide edition once publishing houses caught onto the hype.

Many people have found great success with the methods laid out by the Sugar Busters diet, but it’s worth noting that forgetting the idea of calories isn’t exactly feasible – indeed, even the Sugar Busters plan still requires that you monitor your portion sizes, ordering you to cut down calories without actually using the word.

No matter which way you look at it, though, the Sugar Busters Diet offers a unique chance of success when it comes to slimming down. Here’s how it works:

The Premise of the Sugar Busters Diet

The Sugar Busters Diet works in a single-minded way, requiring you simply to replace all processed sugar from your diet, along with a few particularly sweet fruits and vegetables. This is done in order to better maintain your body’s biochemistry, according to the diet’s creators, allowing you to more effectively burn fat.

At the end of the day, no matter the verbiage used, the Sugar Busters Diet, like the general no sugar diet, works along very commonsensical lines, leading to true results if it is followed faithfully.

Foods to Eat on the Sugar Busters Diet

Now that we know the foods that you can’t eat while on the Sugar Busters Diet, let’s take a look at those that you can enjoy.

From the meat category, you’ll be focusing your attention on all of your regular favorites, including lean beef and pork, white chicken, game meat, and all fish and shellfish.

Most vegetables are allowed, with a special focus on those particularly high in antioxidants and other beneficial compounds, including lentils, beans, squash, asparagus, broccoli, eggplant, and spinach, while you’ll need to avoid corn, carrots, and potatoes.

Common fruits like apples, pears, cherries, melons, tomatoes, and kiwis are allowed, but raisins and bananas are a no-no.

Generally, the meal plan that you can construct around the fairly loose restraints of the Sugar Busters Diet holds lots of possibility, enabling you to eat very well and with great variety, even as you cut out untold sugars and carbohydrates. Add to that the fact that you can still turn to sugar substitutes like honey and molasses (in moderation) for your sweet fix, and you’ll likely find that the Sugar Busters Diet is one of the easiest that you’ve ever followed!

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