How 6 Girlfriends Kick Sugar Cravings to the Curb

"Fellow Americans. Our sugar-laden diet is literally killing us." 

That's the conclusion of a study reported at the annual meeting of the American Heart Association (AHA) in March 2020. The study authors attributed 180,000 annual deaths worldwide—25,000 in the United States alone—to sugary beverages. 

But sodas and fruit drinks aren't our only sources of added sugar. The average American eats between 22 and 30 teaspoons of added sugar each day, totaling an average of 150 pounds annually. 


How much sugar do we actually need? 

According to AHA guidelines, women should not get more than 100 daily calories (about 5 teaspoons or 25 grams total) from added sugar. In reality, "you don't need any added sugar," says Dr. Michelle Hauser of Harvard Medical School.


Of course laying the Sugar Monsters to rest is a celebratory event for all of your body’s internal systems, not just your heart.  Here’s how 6 girls experienced letting go!


Cut Sugar Cravings by Cleansing the Carb Loving Microbiome

The good news is that sugar cravings are not a personality flaw or weakness, but in fact come from the trillions of microbiota at work in all the mucous membranes of the body.  These opportunistic critters need sugar to survive and thrive.  So, the easiest way to cut Sugar Cravings for good is to invite them to leave.  And here's what happens when you do!


Emily kicks sugar cravings“There are few things I can put my name on to endorse besides my faith in God. Most things are fads but it has been 9 yrs since my health coach introduced this cleanse to help me to cut down on sugar. The sugar/carb cravings came to a halt.                                              We've found out these Body Balance herb capsules are AMAZING. They kill strep throat faster than antibiotics! Stephen used to get strep every year, not anymore!! My allergies and asthma have been vanquished! I can pet a cat, my dog can come in the house, I can run without my inhaler. Thank you Tumtree!”

Emily Judd, Phoenix, AZ


Jen kicks the carb cravings“Colon Cancer is a very real concern in my family. I’ve always had constipation issues, despite my manic workout schedule and high-fiber diets. I had my first colonoscopy at the age of 25 where doctors found several polyps. It wasn’t uncommon for me to go four or five days without a bowel movement. When I started 30 Day Reboot, I had no idea what a major difference it would make in my life. I have more energy, I don’t crave sugary food like I used to, I lost 12 pounds in the first month, but best of all, I average two bowel movements a day. I never knew I could feel this GOOD. The eating restrictions were tough for the first few days, but since then I hardly even notice it. I feel so good that I don’t look at this as a diet. It’s a lifestyle change, and I’m loving every minute of it. Thanks!”

Jen Johnson, Spanish Fork Utah

 

Amy cuts her sugar cravings“My daughter has dealt graciously for a few years now with pet and soy allergies and eczema.  We recently found your website after praying for healing asking the Lord for wisdom. I watched your video and knew we needed to try the Reboot together.              After 30 days she has seen significant improvement and is continuing with the protocol. I was thrilled to find that I could kick the sugar cravings! I have less anxiety, better sleep and more energy in the afternoons.

My other daughter started the program in hopes of clearing acne and will follow up with a review in a few weeks. She has already seen improvement!  We are so thankful for your products and really appreciate your teaching, support and customer service. It is clear that you sincerely care about your customers.”

Amy Davidson, Monaco, PA

 

Jen cuts sugar cravings“I’ve been using the Reboot protocol for one month and have felt much better. Great things I’ve noticed so far are that I’m sleeping better-not taking benadryl every night and I have less constipation. My fasting blood sugar before the cleanse was 109 and 148 postprandial. Now, it’s between 73 and 90.  My blood sugar looks so much better and that is a miracle.       I feel more energy returning to me and am able to start running again because, so far, no more joint pain. My sugar cravings have also been better. Thanks so much for this program!”

Jen Nye, RN, Zillah, WA


Krista kicks her carb addiction“I completed a month of Reboot and I feel great! Before I began I was having serious headaches, problems with sleeping, and ongoing food cravings for fatty and sugar laden foods. I started the GI cleanse and within the first three days my food cravings were gone. I found within the first week of the Body Balance pills and Glutamine my headaches had gone. I avoided gluten, dairy and sugar throughout but still ate small portions of rice and quinoa.                  Now that I have finished I am sleeping great, my headaches are gone, and I’m eating healthy and not dealing with food cravings. I’m noticing I’m not as tired and I have more energy! A side bonus was that I lost 5 pounds in three weeks. Thank you for this wonderful cleanse. It has helped me so much!”

Krista Hasler, Boise, ID

 

Laura loses her sugar cravings“My symptoms have been lymphedema in my legs, IBS, weight gain, joint pain, sleeplessness and sugar cravings. It has now been 42 days without sugar! The swelling in my legs and feet has gone down. I am sleeping better than I have in months. People are noticing my face is less puffy and thinning out some.              People ask me how I have done it and I tell them I cheated because I had Reboot to help me cleanse the chemical dependance on sugar! Overall I am feeling so much better. 

My stomach problems have pretty much gone away. So thank you again for sharing your knowledge! People are amazed I am doing this including the doctors I see. =)  Yay me!”

Laura Moore, Provo, UT

 

To see what 30 Day Reboot looks like, CLICK HERE.

 

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