Happy New Year! Today is day 1 of what is going to be the best year ever. For me, at least. It can be for you too; it’s a simple choice!
Today also kicks off the biggest 21 Day Sugar Detox ever. Why? I know of two reasons:
- It’s the New Year and so folks make New Years Resolutions and quitting sugar is shockingly common…
- Diane Sanfilippo and her team who includes Charissa Talbot, spent the past few months working on a complete overall for the program.
More on the overhaul: The only two things I was aware of was small tweaks to the main guide and a bonus with 21 smoothie recipes that was created by me! The recipes were chosen by my sister from Toadally Primal Smoothie. Once I took a peak at the sales page for the program I was blown away. You’ll have to see for yourself here.
Before you spend $21, take a few moments to decide if the program is for you since it’s not for everyone. Hopefully this blog post will give you a better idea as to whether or not the program is worth purchasing for YOU. To do this, I will simply answer a few questions that I think will indeed help.
1. Do you need guidance?
The 21 Day Sugar Detox is not complicated. If you want to quit eating sugar then you need to stop eating sugar. That’s not too difficult, right? It depends. We are all in a unique situation. Some of us are able to write out our own guidelines and follow them easily. Others need to read a manual and follow the manual guidelines to a T. Some of us are in between like myself. I’ve done the 21 Day Sugar Detox 3 times but I’ve never followed it exactly how it’s laid out in the manual.
2. Are you eating healthy carb sources or non healthy carb sources?
Carbohydrates are not inherently evil like some folks want you to believe. This is my opinion at least. If you eat potatoes and other tubers and fruit regularly but don’t ever go after nutritionally devoid food-like substances like, say, Oreos, then you probably do NOT need to detox from sugar. And, so, don’t.
3. Do you have a low body temperature?
Having a low body temperature sucks, especially in the winter. One of my 33 favorite bloggers, Matt Stone recommends that you eat plenty of sugar, saturated fat, sugar and starch to boost your metabolism and thus raise your body temperature. Getting lots of sleep is super important too. I really dig the guy and will be reading his latest book, Eat for Heat, sometime in January.
So, it’s very possible that limiting your starch and sugar intake could be very detrimental to your health. Like I said in the beginning of this post, the 21 Day Sugar Detox is NOT for everyone but it can certainly help millions of people around the world. You must decide for yourself if it’s for you. With a 60 day money back guarantee, you have no risk.
4. Do you have $21 to invest in your own health?
If you don’t have enough cash to purchase the 21 Day Sugar Detox then don’t buy it. Wait until you do. Spending money you don’t have is more stupid then buying a program that you think you may need (which you may or may not need). With this being said, take a hard look at how you spent your money in 2012. If you are reading this then you can probably afford to buy or you don’t have your priorities straight (or you simply don’t need to detox from sugar of course!).
That’s it on the questions. If I think of more questions and answers then I will publish another blog post and link to it here.
How to get Toadally Primal Smoothies for FREE until January 7 @ Noon EST
If you enjoy smoothies and have not yet purchased the 21 Day Sugar Detox but have now after clicking on one of the links inside this blog post then I will email you Toadally Primal Smoothies for free. All you have to do is email me letting me know you purchased. I may or may not ask for you to forward your receipt to me. This offer will only last until January 7 at Noon EST.
I am able to do this since I earn a commission on each ebook that I sell. Thanks for your support!