The sugar season is here! so…why would you take on my low-sugar challenge?

Candy bars, chocolates, and treats from Halloween.

Next, comes Thanksgiving, where there’s an abundance of Pumpkin pie, sweet potato casseroles, and Cranberry Sauce! Too irresistible, right?

Oh well, the sugar season is just starting, and a lot of more tempting sweet treats are on the way…

Hold on, before you dream and indulge in those sweet treats. Let’s ask, is sugar really that bad?

Small amounts of natural sugar in a healthy person’s diet won’t cause major negative outcomes, However, higher-than-usual intakes can. Too much consumption of sugar may result in the following:

Weight Gain

Consuming too many sugary foods and drinks that are high in calories may lead to weight gain, even with regular exercise.

Tooth Decay

Bacteria that cause cavities love to eat sugar lingering in your mouth after you eat something sweet.

Skin Problems

One of the side effects of inflammation: may make your skin age faster.

Heart Disease

High sugar intake has been strongly linked to an increased risk of heart attacks and mortality.

Liver Disease

It becomes too much for our bloodstream and liver to handle when we eat too much sugar.

Memory Problems/Dementia

As confirmed by a 2015 study at Oregon State University, Sugar-rich diets can directly impact our brain’s ability to retain short and long-term memories.

That may seem to be a long list and now you want to know how much sugar is really recommended?

According to the American Heart Association (AHA) suggests that men consume no more than 150 calories (about 9 teaspoons or 36 grams) of added sugar per day.

Oh, snaps! You’re probably be wondering, where and how to start decreasing your sugar intake this holiday season? Look no further!

I dare you to join the Wellness Method’s 14- day low sugar challenge!

Through this challenge, you will not just cut your sugar intake, but you will also learn techniques and recipes on how to work around your sugar consumption wisely.

Why 14 days?

Because it takes about 10-14 days on average for your body to stop craving sugar, however, this length of time can differ from person to person.

What may be the benefits?

  • Promotes Weight Loss and Reduces Sugar Belly
  • Lowers Cholesterol and Blood Pressure Level
  • Improves Cognition and Energy Level
  • Reduces Internal Stress and Inflammation
  • Achieve a Smoother and Clearer Skin
  • Reduces Cavity Formation

Join the 14-Day Low-Sugar Challenge now and let your health and wellness be your top priority this sugar season.

It starts on December 7th and finishes just before Christmas. There is no excuse to sign up right now. Thank me later!