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#NoFoodWaste #nosugar breakfast in a jiffy.
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Day 3/30: Avoid Sugar at Breakfast Level IV

Mashed up leftover cauliflower and mushrooms from di...
Day 3/30: Avoid Sugar at Breakfast Level IV Mashed up leftover cauliflower and mushrooms from dinner last night to make a veggie-packed toast with sprouted grain bread. + hot sauce - obviously :)
  • humvee Such a great idea for a healthy breakfast!!!!
Chicken cutlet/on a bed of brown rice with string beans & parmesan cheese😋😋😋Yummy
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Sexy170's post
Fruit during sugar detox
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Is there a limit on how much fruit you can/should eat during the no sugar challenge? I know it specifically targets added sugars.
  • annefood @ShortAndStrong you are correct- the No Added Sugar Challenge only deals with added sugars. Whole fruit contains fiber that helps your body deal with the sugar load, plus it's not processed and...
Midnight snacking may up heart disease, diabetes risk: Report - The Financial Express
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"Eating during the night may increase the risk of heart disease and diabetes by disrupting the bo...
"Eating during the night may increase the risk of heart disease and diabetes by disrupting the body's biological clock, a study warns."
Happy Election Day! This brekkie has been on the menu for a solid week and it doesn’t get old. Prepped in a total of 2.5 minutes
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Sprouted grain bread, avocado, scrambled egg

Day 1/14: Avoid Sugar at Breakfast Level III
Sprouted grain bread, avocado, scrambled egg Day 1/14: Avoid Sugar at Breakfast Level III
Curious about this challenge - Do others count bread as a whole food? Homemade bread, but not homemade flour?
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  • annefood Good question @MargaretG ! Whole grains and products made from whole grains (100% whole wheat bread, for example) are allowed and encouraged, but refined white grains and flours are not. So white...
  • annefood You're welcome!
Breakfast sandwich with no added sugar. Sprouted grain bread with spinach avocado and egg.
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Day 2/3: Avoid Sugar at Breakfast Level I
Day 2/3: Avoid Sugar at Breakfast Level I
Roasted potatoes/garlic are an easy treat. liveto110.com: White potatoes have higher glycemic index. Colored ones are typically lower GI.
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MargaretG's post
8 glasses a day! I fill two 32oz. water bottles with filtered water the night before and I'm ready to drink them anywhere I go!
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Avoid sweets
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I was kind addict on sweet things and in the beginning to make the challenge easier I decided to buy and eat a lot of types of fruits such as watermelon and grapes. It helped a lot!
  • annefood Congrats @Giullia ! Fruit is my favorite substitution for sweets and added sugar!