The Sugar Detox App That Will Change Your Life
Losing weight after 40 can be tough. Often we lack time, discipline and the right motivation. Sugar detox is a popular form of dieting. But what is it? And how can it help you lose weight?
Kick start your weight-loss with a sugar detox which eliminates added sugars from your diet and focuses on reducing cravings.
By excluding all added sugars as part of the detox you only eat nutrition-rich foods which are immediately beneficial for your health and well-being.
An increase in protein, healthy fats, complex carbs and veggies is key to going sugar free.
Did you know that sugar is an addictive substance?
By reducing sugar, a carbohydrate, you reduce the amount of carbs turning into fat in the body. You also see more stable blood sugar levels, which decreases hunger and cravings for more sugary foods and stops you gaining weight.
At Lifesum, we’ve been helping over 40 million users reach their weight goals.
We want to make losing weight simple and enjoyable and our new Sugar Detox meal plan does just that.
By following the plan for three weeks, you’ll benefit from:
“I have tried many different calorie counting apps and have never been able to stick to them. However, I have been using lifesum for a while now and am absolutely loving it!! I even bought the premium version! I also have an Apple Watch and love the little green apple that motivates me to move & and drink my water! <3”
“This is the best app I’ve tried so far. It finds EVERYTHING. The insights are so helpful and have made me more conscious of what I’m eating. The recipes look great, interface is intuitive and user-friendly. I just upgraded to Premium and excited to keep using this app!”
“Seriously, I’ve tried it all. Get this! It’s super easy, and if you want personalized help it’s CHEAP and WORTH EVERY PENNY. I’m a happier, healthier gal.”
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