Can YOU fully commit to the NO Sugar challenge for 30 days?
This no sugar challenge is HARD, but there’s a lot to WIN…
- Your food will taste better.
- You’ll probably lose weight.
- Your skin might look healthier.
- Your cholesterol levels may lower.
- It’s better for your heart (and heart disease).
- It can improve (or even eliminate) Type 2 diabetes.
- It could lower your blood pressure.
- Chronic inflammation will probably be reduced.
- Nonalcoholic fatty liver disease may be improved.
- The likelihood of dental plaque and cavities is lowered.
Another round of the No Sugar Challenge will be announced soon!
“The no sugar challenge was great and I did stick to my original commitment. Yes, I did learn a lot of valuable information and I definitely would join a future challenge. The prizes were great, but I didn’t do this for the prizes. I feel like I won the biggest prize of all by getting healthier and another plus was that by not having the sugary stuff in the house my husband’s sugar levels were lower too. I think you did a great job and can’t think of any way to improve it. Thank you again for the information and inspiration and I am going to try to continue to avoid sugar in February and beyond!”
“My original commitment changed. I gave up sugar sooner than I committed to. Am going to try to stick with this, and definitely be more mindful of sugar. I learned plenty of new and valuable info. Saved many of the emails. Thank you for doing this. Would definitely be up to another challenge. It kept me on track and motivated. I thought the prizes were great. So happy I was the recipient of one. Thought it was all wonderfully handled. No suggestions for improvements. Thank you.”
“My original commitment was to no sugar, but I ended up partaking of some artificial sweeteners and fruit. I regretted the artificial sweeteners and came to feel at peace about leaving them out of my life, moving forward, but I believe I need some fruit. I did learn the importance of thinking about whether or not I am truly hungry and I appreciated the distraction techniques (to get my mind off snacks), as well all of the advice and information that was shared with us.”
“I KNOW about dehydration, but am being much more mindful and regular about keeping up with thirst. I try to routinely drink water rather than play “catch up”. I have been eating much more low/ no sugar breakfasts, using fruit and spices to fool my granola tastebuds.”
“The most important thing I’ve learned is that once I broke the addiction, I’m rarely aware of sugar or hunger. It has been easier than I expected. That’s refreshing.”
“The most important thing for me is the realization of how many hidden sugars are in processed food. It was a real eye opener to learn that 4 grams of sugar equal a teaspoon. I would never think of putting 4 teaspoons of sugar in a cup of tea, but had no idea there was that much in a can of soda.”
“I’ve learned to check labels. I was truly shocked at the amounts of sugar in some seemingly harmless foods.”
“The sugar challenge has been very, well, challenging! While I haven’t actually lost weight, I am learning a lot. The challenge has made me aware of sugar content in many foods that are “regulars” in our diet. One thing I am excited about is having 100% stopped using the flavored coffee creamers! Sugar IS addictive. But knowledge is the key to taking steps to reverse the curse! Thank you for providing us with so many useful tools in our quest for good health! Carry on, gracious leader… “
“I stuck to the original commitment (only 1 cheat: a sip of an after-dinner liqueur). I started looking closer at the food that I eat. The prizes were very nice but for me, not necessary. Thanks, Kathryn, this was very helpful.”
“Things changed a bit along the way. For the better. Learned a lot of new information and forwarded everything to my husband, too. The prizes were great. I think everything was great and my husband learned a lot, too.”
“I stuck to the plan. I learned a few things about fasting that I didn’t know before. I would absolutely join in a future AGTV Healthy Challenge. I thought it was excellent. Thanks so much!”
“Stuck to original commitment with a couple of cheats toward the end. I learned a lot of new, valuable and sometimes scary information. I would definitely join future challenges. They were great prizes. Advance planning on my part to not buy some foods would have been good.”
“The sugar challenge was great! I learned a lot, a lot of things about myself, too. You share such valuable information. You also find ways to inspire and encourage your followers. We appreciate you!!!”
35 thoughts on “The NO Sugar Challenge”
In addition to watching my sugar I decided to be more active. Everyday I attend Silver Sneaker Classes. It has helped me loose a few pounds and I feel more energetic. email@example.com
I’m on vacation but will begin my sugar free program on January 20th 2020.
Will that be acceptable?
I am in! Eating fresh fruit is my sugar treat.
I’m in. Oh, Kathryn, you’re asking a lot….
Im in! great idea
I’m in…how do we track and be accountable? Glad it starts tomorrow – I’ve already consumed the deadly sweet white powder
I’m an in
OK. I’m IN!
In in on boy!
My husband thinks a crazy sugar addict like me is going to have a hard time but he will support my efforts and withdrawal symptoms