Today I am sharing this weeks Sugar Free Diet Menu Plan that I will be following now that I have completed the 21 Sugar Detox.
Yesterday marked that final day in the 21 Day Sugar Detox and I wanted to share a few things that I have learned through this process to more health and wellness.
Making sure that you have enough Sugar Detox foods in the house helps keep you from choosing to keep making bad foods choices. If I open the fridge and can find something that is prepped and ready to go, I won’t have any excuse for not choosing the kind of foods that actually fuel my body.
The most important thing that I found will make or break your attempts to follow the 21 Day No Sugar Diet is planning and preparation.
Please don’t be scared away by that. It only takes me about 5 minutes to plan my sugar detox diet meal plan now that I know what we like.
Once you’ve found 5 – 10 sugar free diet meals that you love, you can just keep recycling them over and over. This will cut down on your menu planning time each week.
It can help to have a couple good cookbooks with sugar detox foods and recipes that use the 21 day sugar detox food list if you aren’t sure where to start.
This is the one cookbook that I LOVE and that I use practically every day. Some of the recipes allow for natural sweeteners, but I just skip those ingredients.
Until you have your own stash of tried and true sugar free recipes, you can just use my Sugar Free Diet Meal Plan Menu each week or check out my 21 Day Sugar Fast recipe collection.
Sugar free diet meal plans women love is not as complicated as it might seem to be when you are first starting out. But following a few simple time saving tips will help when you are beginning.
Sugar Free Breakfast Recipes
We make a lot of different egg recipes for breakfast.
I’ll add different veggies, cheeses, guacamole and salsa to change up the flavor each day.
We also love to make banana pancakes using just a mashed up banana and a scrambled egg mixed together with a little vanilla extract and nutmeg. Then I just fry them like a pancake in butter on the stove.
Add some cinnamon to top them and some of your favorite walnuts or pecans.
Sugar Free Lunch Recipes
Our sugar free lunches basically consist of salads, cottage cheese and veggies, or leftovers.
I try to make enough dinner each night to have a couple servings left over that we can eat for lunch the following days. This is a great money and time saving tip.
During the 21 Day Sugar Detox Challenge my husband and I chose to eliminate as much sugar as we could until we were basically eating a sugar free diet.
We wanted to break our addiction to sugar and ultimately heal our gut, liver, hormones and brains which had been damaged by the extended overuse of our sugary drug of choice.
Today we both feel great. No more waking up in the morning with so many aches and pains that we could barely move.
The first few days of the sugar detox fast I felt like I could barely keep my eyes open. I was exhausted!
Today I feel like I have SO much more energy. I guess what I am feeling is the way my body is supposed to feel, alive and vibrant!
Below is my sugar free diet menu plan for this week. I hope that you will be encouraged to try some of these awesome meals and begin cutting out the sugar in your home as well.
Sugar Free Diet Menu Plan
Monday – Loaded Chicken Salad
Tuesday – Stuffed Pepper Soup
Wednesday – Creamy Tuscan Chicken
Thursday – Lazy Lasanga
Friday – Baked Salmon, Salad & Brussel Sprouts
Saturday – Taco Soup
Sunday – Pizza with Cauliflower Crust
Breakfasts – Eggs and “Hashbrowns“, Banana Pancakes, Baked Avocado Eggs, Scrambled Eggs with Spinach, Mushrooms and Mozarella.
Lunches – Greek Salad, Leftovers, Salads, Veggies, Hard Boiled Eggs, Cheese
Snacks – Brussel Sprouts, Cheese, Veggies,
It takes a little bit to learn a new way of eating if you have become accustomed to eating a lots of fruits or sweets. But after just a couple weeks, you’ll feel like a pro!