The 7 Day Sugar Detox Meal Plan

Try these meals for your 7 day sugar detox


It’s a well known fact that sugar is the cause of many health concerns such as high blood pressure, diabetes and yes…weight gain. Unfortunately, sugar is found in all our favorite things to eat like red velvet cake and pumpkin pie!

Aside from the well known side effects of too much sugar, here’s some more reason to minimize the amount of sugar your consume:

  • Sugar actually has no nutritional value. Your body doesn’t need sugary foods or added sugars for energy. Our body breaks down carbohydrates into sugar to use for energy.
  • Sugar has been known to deplete the body of healthy minerals such as zinc, potassium, and magnesium.
  • While sugar may not directly cause diabetes, the effects of excess amounts can increase a person’s risk for developing the condition.
  • Often times sugar gives you an energy boost for 30 minutes to an hour, and then you end up crashing.
  • Sugar can lead to weight gain and when combined with high insulin levels, could increase the risk of cardiovascular problems.
  • You’re going to look older faster. A natural process known as glycation, in which the sugar in your bloodstream attaches to proteins to form harmful new molecules called advanced glycation end products (or, AGEs). More sugar means more AGEs and damage to collagen and elastin, the protein fibers that keep skin firm and elastic.
  • Eating or drinking too much sugar curbs immune system cells that attack bacteria. Did you know sugar competes with Vitamin C for space in your immune cells?

Who would have thought something soooo good can be soooo bad for you?

The good news is there’s a 7 Day Sugar Detox to get rid of all that nasty sugar in your body….temporarily of course. A girl’s gotta eat! :0)

Here’s the menu for the 7 Days if you decide to do the Sugar Detox:

  • Breakfast: Cheesy spinach baked eggs
  • Mid-morning snack: Tamari almonds
  • Lunch: Green salad and low-carb cheesy sweet pepper poppers
  • Dinner: Cucumber tomato feta salad with baked stuffed chicken & spinach
  • Snack: Low-fat ricotta cheese, ¼ cup part skim, a few drops vanilla stevia, and ¼ teaspoon vanilla extract
  • Breakfast: Sun-dried tomato feta frittata
  • Mid-morning snack: Tamari almonds
  • Lunch: Chicken& pepper poppers & spinach
  • Afternoon snack: Spinach dip with raw veggies
  • Dinner: Turkey lettuce cups, mushrooms, peppers, and sautéed spinach
  • Snack: A cheese stick
  • Breakfast: Peanut Butter Protein Smoothie
  • Mid-Morning Snack: Three hard boiled eggs, yolks removed
  • Lunch: Leftover Turkey Lettuce Cups along with mixed green salad with cucumber, sweet peppers, tomatoes, dressed with extra virgin olive oil AND vinegar
  • Afternoon Snack: Feta frittata
  • Dinner: Grilled chicken with fresh herbs with light vegetable soup
  • Snack: Dairy free sugar-free vanilla chia pudding
  • Breakfast: Sante Fe Frittata’s
  • Mid-Morning Snack: A cheese stick
  • Lunch: Grilled chicken made into cilantro chicken salad
  • Afternoon Snack: Sugar-free peanut butter on celery
  • Dinner: Crock Pot Chicken & Bean Stew and Mini Zucchini cheese bites
  • Snack: Half a cup low fat cottage cheese topped with cucumber slices
  • Breakfast: Sante Fe Frittata’s
  • Mid Morning Snack: Spicy Mediterranean feta dip with raw veggies
  • Lunch: Soup, Green salad with cucumber, tomatoes, sweet peppers, dressed with extra virgin olive oil and vinegar
  • Afternoon Snack: cucumber tomato feta salad
  • Dinner: Italian green bean salad with low carb cheesy bread Sticks
  • Snack: Dairy free sugar-free vanilla chia pudding
  • Breakfast: Crustless Egg Muffin
  • Mid Morning Snack: Half a cup cottage cheese or ricotta with ¼ teaspoon vanilla extract, vanilla stevia
  • Lunch: Cheesy bread sticks and green bean salad
  • Afternoon Snack: Raw veggies and spicy Mediterranean dip
  • Dinner: Zucchini noodles and garlic lemon chicken drumsticks
  • Snack: Three hard boiled eggs, yolks removed
  • Breakfast: Scrambled eggs with sauteed spinach and mushrooms
  • Mid Morning Snack: Half a cup cottage cheese
  • Lunch: Light vegetable soup and zucchini noodles
  • Afternoon Snack: Tamari Almonds
  • Dinner: Chicken drumsticks and leftover green bean salad
  • Snack: Dairy free sugar-free vanilla chia pudding

If you want an alternative detox method, you should try the new Red Tea Detox. People are going crazy over it!