How it Works

SUGARDETOXME provides guided programs
designed to help cleanse yourself from sugar.

Learn the rules of a sugar detox;
curb your cravings and take back your health!

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Rules of a Sugar Detox

Through our SugarDetoxMe Programs, you’ll be led through an online guided cleanse, which emphasizes small but effective lifestyle changes and an embrace of whole, nutritious foods.

The Programs focus on an incremental release of free sugars and processed foods from your diet, first focusing on free sugars in our beverages, then free sugars in our everyday food, and finally refined carbohydrates. Cooking for oneself is central to all SugarDetoxMe Programs; but don’t worry if you’re not confident in the kitchen—we have you covered! We’ll equip you with a Shopping List, Meal Maps, Recipes, and cooking tips along the way.

Through our Program’s process-oriented approach, we’ll set you up with the knowledge, the tools, the skills and the confidence to continue forward with the idea of establishing or reestablishing a healthy diet—now and into the future.

Why Do a Sugar Detox?

SugarDetoxMe’s guided Sugar Detox Programs can be considered a nutritional reset that will help put your overall health front-and-center, while allowing you to take a look at other aspects of your life that may contribute to your cravings. Through its process-oriented approach, it sets you up with the knowledge, the tools, the skills and mainly the confidence to continue forward with the idea of establishing or reestablishing a healthy diet. And once you have your health, which arguably is the most important aspect of anyone’s life, you’ll find that it will most often trickle into other parts of your lifestyle.

Typically, our bodies are very efficient at ridding themselves of impurities from the blood through our organs, like our liver, kidneys and skin. This is called detoxification. However, sometimes we burden our bodies too much with impurities that don’t benefit us. Sugar, particularly free sugars, which are not bound by fiber, have become a rising health concern throughout the world 1, 2. In America, the average person consumes 19.5 teaspoons of sugar daily, well over the suggested limit of 6 – 9 teaspoons daily for women and men, respectively 3.

SugarDetoxMe Programs are considered a nutritional reset rather than a diet; we’re simply helping you remove a substance, that when eaten in excess, can be a chronic toxin to your body, affecting aspects of your health that you may not even be aware of.Summer Rayne Oakes

When many of us try to quit or reduce free sugars in our diet, we can go through withdrawal symptoms, which is part of the reason why sugar is now starting to be classified by some scientists and health professionals as an “addictive substance”. 4, 5, 6, 7 And with the meteoric rise in diabetes, non-alcoholic fatty liver disease, and obesity, certain scientists are classifying excessive fructose, a type of sugar, as a “chronic liver toxin”, meaning that repeated exposure over time can harm our bodies and affect our natural detoxification system.8, 9 That’s why SugarDetoxMe Programs are considered a nutritional reset rather than a diet; we’re simply helping you remove a substance, that when eaten in excess, can be a chronic toxin to your body, affecting aspects of your health that you may not even be aware of. So, if you’re willing to take a healthier journey with us, then we’d love to do it with you!

Why SugarDetoxMe is Right for You

TIME-SAVING WITH MEAL MAPS.

We know you’re busy; maybe even too busy to prioritize your health. We got you covered with time efficient Meal Maps, which are easy-to-follow guides and recipes to help you plan delicious meals every day of the week.

ANYTIME, ANYWHERE, ANY PLACE.

If you’re like us, then you’re always on the go, so that’s why SUGARDETOXME is mobile-friendly, so it can go where you go. No internet? No problem. Take a look at the SUGARDETOXME Cookbook coming out in stores March 2017.

IT ACTUALLY WORKS!

For the last thirty years, we’ve been told that we need to cut our fat intake to lose weight and get healthy. But those so-called “fat-free” foods and fad diets are chock full of processed sugars that are keeping us from being the healthiest hat we can be. SUGARDETOXME is a nutritional reset to help you curb processed foods and free sugars in our diets, and it’s effective! But don’t just take it from us. – Testimonials

FRIENDLY FOR ALL DIETS!

Many of us have different dietary preferences—some more peculiar than others—so we make sure that we have Meal Maps and recipes that are suitable for most diet types, including omnivores, paleo, pescatarians, vegetarians, vegans, and the gluten-intolerant.

YOU’RE NOT ALONE.

When you do the sugar detox, there will have been people who have done it before you and during the same time as you, so tap into our community, as they’ll be eager to help you.

It’s Time to be a Healthier You!


Join our easy-to-follow, affordable, step-by-step program
to help you cleanse from sugar and processed foods.

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References

1. Shapiro, A., Mu, W., Roncal, C., Cheng, K.-Y., Johnson, R.J., & Scarpace, P.J. 2008. Fructose-induced leptin resistance exacerbates weight gain in response to subsequent high-fat feeding. American Journal of Physiology. Regulatory, Integrative and Comparative Physiology , 295(5), R1370–1375. doi:10.1152/ajpregu.00195.2008

2. Bray, G.A. 2013. Potential Health Risks From Beverages Containing Fructose Found in Sugar or High-Fructose Corn Syrup. Diabetes Care. 36(1): 11-12. Retrieved from here.

3. Ervin, R.B., & Ogden, C.L. U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. 2013. NCHS Data Brief, No. 122: Consumption of Added Sugars Among U.S. Adults, 2005–2010. Retrieved from here.

4. Barclay, E. 2014-Jan-9. Is Sugar Addiction Why So Many January Diets Fail? NPR, The Salt. Retrieved from here.

5. Avena, N., et al. 2008. Evidence for sugar addiction: Behavioral and neurochemical effects of intermittent, excessive sugar intake. Neuroscience & Biobehavioral Reviews 32 (1): 20-39. Retrieved from here.

6. Widerman, C.H. et al. 2013-Sept-5. Implications of an animal model of sugar addiction, withdrawal and relapse for human health. Nutritional Neuroscience. 8(5-6): 269-276. Retrieved from here.

7. Fortuna, J.L. 2010. Sweet Preference, Sugar Addiction and the Familial History of Alcohol Dependence: Shared Neural Pathways and Genes. Journal of Psychoactive Drugs. 2: 147-151. Retrieved from here.

8. Park, A. 2015-Oct-27. Sugar Is Definitely Toxic, a New Study Says. Time. Retrieved from here.

9. Taubes, G 2011-Apr-13. Is Sugar Toxic? The New York Times Magazine. Retrieved from here.

* A special thank you for illustrations by Icon Fair, Yorlmar Campos, Andrejs Kirma, Enemen, Gregor Cresnar, Cassandra Cappello, and The Noun Project