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  • What's the difference between See Ya Sugar and The Sugar Experiment?
    The main difference between the See Ya Sugar Method and The Sugar Experiment 31 is the length of the program. The See Ya Sugar Method is a 12-day program, while The Sugar Experiment 31 is a 31-day program. Which program is right for you depends on your individual needs and goals. If you are looking for a quick and easy way to reset your taste buds and retrain your brain to create peace with sugar, then the See Ya Sugar Method is a good option. If you are looking for a more comprehensive program that will help you get off the sugar roller coaster and enhance your well-being, then The Sugar Experiment 31 is a good option.
  • What sets our programs apart from other sugar reset programs?
    A HOLISTIC APPROACH: We recognize that sugar addiction is a complex issue that requires a holistic approach. We offer comprehensive programs that address all aspects of sugar addiction, including the physical, mental, and emotional components. SUSTAINABLE: These are sustainable programs that teach you how to make lasting changes to your diet and lifestyle. No fad diets here. ONGOING SUPPORT: Our programs provide you with the tools and resources you need to succeed. This includes a private online community where you can connect with other people who are on the same journey. You also have access to a team of certified coaches who can provide you with personalized support. EVIDENCE-BASED: Our programs are based on the latest scientific research on sugar addiction and weight loss. GROWTH MINDSET: We help you understand the root causes of your sugar addiction and develop healthier coping mechanisms.
  • What can you expect to learn from our programs?
    Learn how to prepare delicious whole foods that nourish you from the inside out. Understand why sugar is so addictive and how to overcome cravings. Shift your mindset and reset your taste buds to enjoy the natural sweetness of whole foods again. Take small steps to build sustainable habits so you feel great, slow down aging, and experience freedom around sugar.
  • What is included with our programs?
    Daily emails chock full of empowering educational and inspirational insight - these should take under five minutes to read Daily reflections to help you assimilate the new information - reflections should take less than five minutes a day Healing recipes to help you feel healthier The knowledge you need to make the best food choices Tools to buy the healthiest available foods at the grocery store Information to help you overcome obstacles that keep you stuck in your old disempowering habits Mindful eating tools so you eat the amount of food that your body desires to feel well nourished
  • What types of benefits may we see from your programs?
    Lose weight and feel more confident Break your sugar addiction once and for all Create sustainable habits for a lifetime of healthy eating Boost your energy levels and reduce fatigue Improve digestion Clear up your skin and reduce inflammation Improve your mood and mental clarity Reduce your risk of chronic diseases such as diabetes, heart disease, and cancer
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  • Can I eat dried fruit?
    No, dried fruit is packed with sugar! After SYS and TSE, use small amounts of dried fruit as a source of sweetness in recipes (2 figs, 2 dates, 10 raisins, 3 pieces mango, etc.)
  • Do I have to measure food, count calories, eat on a schedule, eat a fixed number of meals a day, or prepare special recipes?
    No! We encourage you to eat your fill of nutrient-dense food. If you find that you are hungry, add more fat, fiber, or protein to your meals. We will guide you to eliminate the evening snack, which interferes with sleep and causes unnecessary insulin spikes.
  • Can I drink coffee every day?
    Yes. You may drink up to two cups of coffee daily without a sweetener. If you add a creamer, use full-fat only! Coffee is the most significant source of antioxidants in the American diet (just because our diet is awful!) If you are sensitive to coffee or have difficulty sleeping, finish your coffee consumption by 11am
  • Is it OK to consume dairy?
    Yes, full-fat dairy (4% or higher) is permitted. But since you are changing things up, you may find the 10 days more impactful if you eliminate cow's milk, and try goat and sheep alternatives. Post nasal drip, skin issues, and eczema can be associated with dairy. So if you are struggling with any of these, try taking a break from dairy all together
  • Why is full-fat dairy preferred?
    Full fat is ideal because it is minimally processed and in its natural form. When fat is removed, sugar is typically added. This was the problem in the 80s with all the low-fat food; to make it taste better, food manufacturers loaded items with sugar. Once fat was removed from our food supply, our country became more obese. Fat was vilified due to a debunked study and it is now known that a low-fat diet does not cut health risks. Yet, many Americans continue to associate cardiovascular health with low fat products. Fat was never the problem - sugar is the problem.
  • Can I drink Alcohol?
    If you drink, please do so only in moderation (one drink daily for women and two for men.) Note that one drink per day can’t be saved up to allow for multiple drinks in a day on the weekend. Only consume alcohol with meals that contain a healthy amount of fat. Choose dry wines or clear spirits, which are lower in sugar—NO ALCOHOL ON AN EMPTY STOMACH. A sure way to spike your insulin is to participate in cocktail hour with no food or ordering a drink while waiting for your food! Be aware of what constitutes a standard drink: 14 grams of pure alcohol. These are approximate amounts as some brands have higher alcohol content ● 12 ounces of regular beer, which is usually about 5% alcohol ● 5 ounces of wine, which is typically about 12% alcohol ● 1.5 ounces of distilled spirits, which is about 40% alcohol ● 12 ounces of hard seltzer, which is about 5% alcohol
  • Are some grains better than others while on SYS and TSE
    Gluten-free grains (quinoa, brown rice, amaranth, millet, wild rice) will be the best choice. Seed crackers are great!
  • Can I eat bread?
    Yes, but be careful. Many bread companies add sugar to their bread! Don’t eat a sugar sandwich! And gluten-free doesn't mean healthy. GF bread is often loaded with potato flour, tapioca flour, and sugar. DO NOT EAT THIS!
  • How much water should I drink?
    When you are adequately hydrated, your energy levels will be high, your hunger will stabilize, and your attentiveness will increase, helping you make healthy choices and resist sugary snacks. Follow these rules: a. Divide your body weight in half. That is how many ounces of water you need daily. (For example, if you weigh 180 pounds, you should drink 90 ounces of water daily.) b. Drink an additional eight ounces of water for every 20 minutes of cardio or 30 minutes of weight training. c. For every ounce of alcohol consumed, add one ounce of water. d. Drink an extra eight ounces for every 30 minutes outdoors in hot weather. e. Herbal tea counts toward water intake, but coffee does not.
  • How much protein should I eat?
    Aim for a minimum of 50% of your body weight in grams daily, but you may consume 100% of your body weight in grams daily to lose weight. (4oz of chicken breast has 31g of protein.)
  • Are there suggestions for fiber intake?
    Fiber (25 - 35 grams a day), in conjunction with fat, will help stabilize blood sugar. Aim for 3g of fiber per serving. (Most of us only get half of the necessary fiber due to the Standard American Diet (SAD)).
  • What are the best fat sources, and how much should I eat?
    Fat should make up 35% of your diet, so add fat to every meal! Enjoy avocados, olives, nuts (especially walnuts, almonds, macadamia,) nut butters, krill oil, wild-caught salmon, sardines, grass-fed butter and ghee, and whole, organic, cage-free eggs. Integrate healthy oils such as avocado, coconut, olive oils, and but avoid toxic industrial seed oils canola, corn, cottonseed, grapeseed, rice bran, safflower, soybean, sunflower, and palm oil.
  • Should I expect to feel symptoms of withdrawal?
    Yes, withdrawal is real, and you will likely feel some symptoms by Day 2. But you will have prepared yourself. Drink plenty of fluids, rest, and take supplements, especially magnesium. You may experience headaches, irritability, nausea, constipation, itchy skin, bad breath, fatigue, and body odor. But none of these will last long! By Day 6, you should be feeling better!
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