This is How I Lost 21 Pounds in 21 Days
I’ve lost 21 pounds in 21 days and I’m feeling awesome! My frequent readers/listeners probably know how I lost the weight! I’ve been writing/talking about it ever since I started my journey on April 17, 2017 because I want to let as many people know as possible and try to get as many people living this lifestyle so they can feel and look better by just making a small but tough sacrifice.
I’ve been on a no sugar diet (actually a lifestyle change) for the past 24 days and I feel amazing! As I’ve said, I lost 21 pounds in 21 days (as of yesterday, I am down 21.6 pounds) and all I had to do was remove all added sugar from my diet. Simple, right? Not quite. You see, sugar is everywhere and it’s disguised as many different names and can be in the least suspecting food items and it can be a PITA (Pain In The Ass) trying to find foods that don’t have any added sugar – but once you start recognizing the bad foods, it gets easier as the days go on.
For me, I thought I was going to have a hard time cutting out all sugar. I LOVED my junk food; but now thinking back on it, I can’t believe the food I used to eat and how I was ok with it. I thought I was going to have a hard time finding no sugar food but after doing research and reading and watching everything that had to do with a sugar free lifestyle, I quickly adapted and haven’t looked back. Strangely, I did not have too many strong craving for junk food and even to this day, I don’t get cravings or the urge to eat junk; it’s awesome!
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I’ve done Keto before, but I still had the sugar in my diet and that is what would always derail me and I didn’t even know it at the time. It was after the research was when I realized that sugar is a drug and a poison and it wasn’t doing my brain or body any good and I needed to eliminate it from my diet. I set the date and when the date came, I haven’t looked back.
I encourage you to try the sugar free lifestyle and see if it helps you out. Unless you have medical conditions, going sugar free will not harm you but rather benefit you. Yes, your first few days might be harder than what mine were, but after you get past them, it’s smooth sailing and you won’t have the cravings for the junk food anymore. In fact, you’ll probably eat a whole hell of a lot less than what you have been. You just have to take the first step and identify all the foods that have added sugar and decide if you need that type of food in your diet and if you do, find an alternative and if you don’t just don’t consume it – donate it or something but don’t eat it.
In order to be successful on the no sugar diet, you need to be disciplined and you need to be very aware of what you’re putting in your mouth. Read all the nutrition labels and ingredients and if they have any sugar listed, you don’t want that item.
Also, try to set a date as to when you’ll start the sugar free diet and this way, you can prepare for it on the days leading up to it. That’s what I did and I think that’s what helped me. I was able to binge on all the chocolate and junk food and then walked away from it. If you think that’ll help you, go ahead and try it. Just do something that will work for you and stick with it – even through the hard days. Remember cravings don’t last – typically no longer than 3 minutes.
You got this and if you want to lose weight like I lost 21 pounds in 21 days, then I recommend you going on a sugar free diet/lifestyle change and not only will you lose weight, but you’ll feel a shit ton better and you’ll be looking good and happier… it’s awesome!
Go read my other articles about the no sugar diet and watch documentaries and read everything you can about it and you should then be able to decide for yourself if eliminating sugar from your diet is worth it or not (99% sure it will be!)
And remember, if you need advice, if you have questions, if you just want to talk or cheer me on, you can email me at firstname.lastname@example.org and I’ll try to help you as much as I can!
Good luck and let me know your thoughts!