What Happens When You Quit Sugar for 14 Days

Did you know sugar is making you sick? And creating inflammation. A keto diet could help. The questions is not if you will get diabetes from sugar, the question is at what age? So what happens when you quit sugar for 14 days?

Number 1. Your body will create more brain cells because when your body is not running on sugar, it is running on Ketones. Ketones support the growth of nerve cells.

Number 2. You will lose your appetite for sugar. Why? Because every time you consume sugar, a hormone pushes blood sugar down giving you low blood sugar, called Hypoglycemia. Low blood sugar makes you crave more sugar.

Number 3. Less Hungry, Sugar makes the body more hungry. When you reduce sugar, you will feel less hungry. And your cells can be fed with real nutrients.

Number 4. Less Fatigue. You will feel less tired after you eat, and have more energy in the day.

Number 5. You will loose fat and water weight. Sugar makes the body retain more fluid, which is not healthy for the heart.

Number 6. Better mood. You will feel better, be more calm, focused, and concentrated.

Number 7. Better skin. Reducing sugar in your diet will help your skin glow and be healthier.

Number 8. Less stiffness. Less pain. Eating less sugar in your diet will help you move better. Sugar creates inflation, inflammation prevents your immune system from working correctly. If your immune system cant fight off viruses and bacteria you become more weak and sick. It also reduces the risk of clots and heart attack because there is less inflammation in your veins, which allows blood to flow better.

Number 9. Liver Detox. Your liver will start removing fat and toxins. A fatty liver is not healthy. About 95 Million Americans suffer from fatty liver disease. If you have a large belly, the chances are that you also have a fatty liver.

Number 10. Improved Kidney function. The primary function of the kidneys is to filter waste products, excess ions, and water from the bloodstream, creating urine. This process helps maintain the balance of electrolytes and fluid in the body. Kidneys help regulate blood pressure by controlling the volume of blood in the body and releasing hormones such as renin, which regulates blood pressure by influencing how much water and salt are retained in the body. Kidneys produce erythropoietin, a hormone that stimulates the production of red blood cells in the bone marrow. Red blood cells carry oxygen to tissues throughout the body, so this function is crucial for maintaining overall health.

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