This plan doesn’t cut carbs or limit the amount that you eat. It’s also not a low-carb plan, but more so catered for those with sensitivities to sugar or those that are trying to kick the sugar habit. This plan is also suitable for those with diabetes, blood sugar issues, or who have a hard time learning to eat without processed sweets and snacks. Eating more high sugar foods usually means you’re not eating enough veggies and natural, whole food sources of fiber. This plan eliminates that problem the easy way! You’ll just be avoiding all refined or added sugars and instead filling up on foods such as leafy greens, non-starchy vegetables, nuts, seeds, whole grains, root veggies, beans, legumes, superfoods, healthy fats, and fresh fruit as you tolerate it. Dried fruits and high glycemic syrups, sugars, and processed ingredients are left out to balance the glycemic index and keep blood sugar down as much as possible. As you can see, you won’t be going hungry or suffering deprivation whatsoever. Our low sugar meal plan is also helpful if you’re watching your weight and trying to train your taste buds to live without sugar to eat healthy for life.
6. Persian Style Potato Pancakes (savory)
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