Join Us for 30 Sugar Free Days!

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Join Us For 30 Sugar Free Days!

It might surprise you that the damage caused by sugar far outweighs the damage done by cigarettes. Our bodies simply can’t handle all the sugar we dump into them every day. Common diseases such as diabetes, cancer, heart disease, and obesity all have ties to the amount of sugar you put in your body. If you want to be healthy, you have to change what you are eating and sugar is a great place to start.

Your body is tired and needs a break from the sugar onslaught. Join us for 30 days without sugar and see how good your body feels when you break the sugar habit.

If you are reading this, then someone you know is going through 30 Sugar Free Days Program.

Research has shown one of the best ways to make any change to your lifestyle is to have support of friends and family. That means you!  Going 30 days without sugar can be daunting, but gets much easier when you have good support. When you join the program, not only are you helping them, but you are also helping yourself.

Click here to learn more about the sugar free program: 30 Sugar Free Days Program!

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4 Comments on this article. Feel free to join this conversation.

  1. Sandra Sarra January 2, 2014 at 9:27 am - Reply

    Doing something like this, so drastic to your body is never good. Two of my friends have done this, both lost about 20lbs but also thru their ph off. Not good advice but might sell a book or 2

    • Dr. Scott January 2, 2014 at 9:30 am - Reply

      Thanks for your comment Sandra. You are right, your pH can change if you are eating a diet that is mostly protein and fat. I suggest a diet with 80 percent low-sugar vegetables and that ensures a healthy pH.

      Dr. Scott

  2. James January 1, 2014 at 4:06 pm - Reply

    Now I know you mean , I think, refraining from eating excess sugar, however there are sugars in almost everything we eat. All carbohydrates break down into sugars. We actually need a certain amount of sugar to function. Nuts and berries and cheese even have elements that break down into sugars in our bodies.. So my question is what exactly are you planning diet wise?

    • Dr. Scott January 1, 2014 at 4:25 pm - Reply

      Actually, James, I mean staying away from sugar AND the foods that act like sugar. Sugar (carbohydrates) are actually optional in humans – we don’t need them to survive. Yes, there are sugars in almost any food, the program focuses on those foods that have very little sugar in them.

      Hope that helps,

      Dr. Scott

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