What Happens When You Stop Eating Sugar:

What Happens When You Stop Eating Sugar:

  1. Loss of Appetite for Sugar
  2. Decreased Hunger
  3. Less Fatigue
  4. Loss of Excess Water and Fat
  5. Mood Boost
  6. Improved Skin Health
  7. Less Body Stiffness
  8. Promotion of Brain Cell Growth
  9. Liver Cleansing
  10. Better Kidney Function

DETAILS:

1. Loss of Appetite for Sugar

The first thing that will happen is you are going to lose your appetite for sugar when you completely stop taking sugar for two weeks. Why? Because every time there is sugar consumption, a hormone activates and pushes your blood sugar down, causing a low blood sugar situation (hypoglycemia to some degree). This causes you to crave sugar, but by getting rid of sugar from your diet, you get rid of the sugar cravings, too.

Hypoglycemia Definition: A condition caused by very low levels of blood glucose or sugar, which is common in diabetic people.

2. Decreased Hunger

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Fasting – How Do You Know If You’re In Autophagy?

For those of us who seriously want the healing from fasting, read on.  

Autophagy converts cellular debris into energy that gets used for survival. It is a metabolic process by which your cells disassemble and recycle themselves.

Autophagy gets activated primarily while fasting or exercising. If you’ve depleted the major sources of energy your body uses, then it’s going to have to find that energy through other means. Namely, self-eating and recycling.

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