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3 Stages that everyone lives when they stay 30 days without sugar

3 Stages that everyone lives when they stay 30 days without sugar

Cutting the refined sugar and the sweeteners from the food can be very difficult. I related my experience here, check it out), but there is also a good side to it all: it does a damn good for the body. To understand the changes that the body undergoes during 30 days without the consumption of sugar and sweeteners, we ask the nutritionist Cintya Bassi of the Hospital and Maternidade São Cristóvão to explain all this in detail.

Phase 1: You will be feeling irritated, very angry

During the first week you may feel less bloated, but it is common for abstinence-related symptoms to develop such as lack of concentration and irritability. This is because sugar can activate the same receptors as the highly addictive substances, so during the process of exclusion it is common to feel mood swings.

Phase 2: The body begins to get accustomed

From the second week , things start to calm down, as energy levels become more regular and less dependent on sugar. It is possible that there is loss of weight and improvement in the quality of sleep. Eba!

After three weeks, sugar-related mood swings drop and there may be a reduction in fat rates. However, the sweet will may still arise, becoming smaller only after two months. So no gimmick at the candy. The benefits are gaining strength over time, but the dependence on sugar still exists, albeit with less intensity.

Phase 3: Reaping Results

After a month, the body is still in the process of sugar detox , since some health and aesthetic benefits occur beyond this period. The main differences in 30 days are: reduced swelling, improved sleep quality and weight loss.

Other benefits such as improved skin and reduced cellulite, improved mood, reduced cholesterol and triglycerides and reduced incidence of chronic diseases are observed in the medium and long term without the consumption of sugar.

Difficulties in cutting sugar

The exclusion of sugar in the diet is a very difficult process. Cintya highlights, among the difficulties, the emotional connection we have with sweets. "It is common for children to receive candy as rewards or at festive moments, associating since then something good," she explains. However, there is also a scientific explanation for this: "Physiologically, sugar increases the release of serotonin, substance When we cut the substance, symptoms such as: lack of motivation, problems sleeping, increased or decreased appetite, headache, fatigue and irritation or anxiety, "says Bassi. reasons for you to cut sugar

One of the big problems in the current diet is the excessive consumption of sugar. "Research has shown that in 1930 consumption was approximately 15 kg of sugar per year per inhabitant, but currently that consumption has increased to 50 kg per inhabitant per year, according to Embrapa," says the nutritionist. And excessive sugar consumption can lead to numerous health problems, such as:

Weakening of the immune system

Increased incidence of diseases such as obesity and diabetes

  • Increased gastric fermentation
  • Hypercholesterolemia
  • Caries
  • Constipation
  • Decreased memory
  • Acne
  • Headaches
  • And sweetener, can you?
  • When you start a healthy diet, many people soon replace sugar with the sweetener, but that does not is a good strategy if the intention is to reduce the compulsion for candy. "The sweetener, although there is a safe recommendation for its use, can increase the compulsion for sweet taste. Therefore, it is always better to educate the taste buds in order to feel the real flavor of the food first and only then, if you feel the need, use the sweetener, "concludes Cintya.


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