21 Day No Bread No Sugar Challenge #21dayNoBS

Start Dates: Mon 3rd, 10th, 17th October

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1.Mon 3rd Oct - Sun 23rd

2. Mon 10th Oct - Sun 30th

3. Mon 17th Oct - Sun 6th Nov

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Why No Bread No Sugar?

Most of our health problems come from fake food ingredients and sugar... and most commercial products on our shelves are full of refined or artificial ingredients (Hint: its worse than you think)

The only way to understand the difference that real food makes, is to experience how you feel after eliminating the hidden junk and eating real food. Start today!

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A quick look at the 'rules'?

  • Read ingredient labels for 21 days
  • For 21-days, forget about the nutritionals and spend more time reading the ingredient lists.
  • Find out where the carbs, sugars, fats, proteins, fibre and all the vitamins and minerals coming from? 
  • How much real food is in your food?
  • Stop!
  • Products with ADDED sugar and bread and flour. To reset your body, gut and brain just stop these for 21 days.
  • Do this too!!
  • Keep hydrated with 2-3 L of water a day. 
  • Proper hydration is an ESSENTIAL part of health and weight loss. 
  • What can I eat?
  • Move to real food that has more fibre and is nutritionally dense. That means eating more vegetables, even whole grains and unprocessed oils, quality dairy and everything our ancestors ate for millions of years.
  • Rather choose to eat butternut, pumpkin, baby marrow, green leafy veggies (like spinach, basil, rocket, etc), eggplant, broccoli, cauliflower, beans, legumes, chickpeas, lentils, avo, tomato, and of course fruit (anything from nature that you are not allergic to or doesn’t bloat you continually).
  • These all make you feel full really quickly.
  • Choose to eat as much vegetable as you can. If do you need more carbs (especially if you are active) then opt for brown rice or whole-wheat pasta, but make sure you keep the quantities reduced if you are not losing weight.
  • Fizzy drinks, sweet drinks & artificial sweetened
  • Stop drinking your sugar. Liquid forms of sugar flood your liver… we need to look after our liver more.
  • Breakfast – Pap and breakfast cereals
  • Yes, good point, stop pap and almost all breakfast cereals (loads of added sugar and junk).
  • For best breakfast results have eggs, avo, oats or a proper meal (the kind you eat for lunch or dinner… roasted veg or meat works too). Breakfast is just another meal, consider having breakfast later and snacks earlier.
  • Tip: research Intermittent Fasting
  • Don’t force yourself to have breakfast on everyday.
  • Once again don’t believe us, try it and find what works for you. 
  • Alcohol
  • If you can stop alcohol, please do.
  • Alcohol does put your fat loss on hold. 
  • Artificial Sugars
  • Stop all artificial sugars. 
  • Once again, you need to experience life without sugar or artificial sugars to understand the difference it makes.
  • Refined Ingredients
  • Avoid foods that are not whole food or real foods. We are aiming for quality foods, build a lifestyle on quality ingredients.

    Refined foods include seeds oil (rather only use olive oil), sugar, white flour and products made of these ingredients.

  • Examples include white and wheat breads, cakes, pastries, pretzels, cookies, wraps, chips. Even most store bough sauces, condiments, cereals… most products are full of stabilisers, emulsifiers, colourants, flavourants, thickeners, sweeteners and artificial processed ingredients that disrupt health and cause dis-ease.