Hey guys, I am trying to do without sugar for a month - I don't eat an awful lot anyway but I don't always read labels and don't count stuff like ketchup and processed food.
When I google sugar detox I almost ALWAYS get links to low-carb/high meat diets, which is pretty annoying. Adding the word vegan, doesn't really help much.
I wonder if anyone has good suggestions? There are different types of detoxes out there and some eliminate fruit altogether, too.. not sure if that's a good idea though. Some ask you to phase out
potatoes (poor potatoes :-( Got a whole bag of organic new potatoes..don't want to let them spoil) - I only have whole grains otherwise and beans. I am happy to get rid of the sugar but after the detox I would like to re-introduce healthier sugars like date syrup etc. I really love baking, too...So I am not sure where to start, really. I already eat loads of beans.
So the only things I REALLY want to get rid of for a few weeks is: baked goods, sugars in all forms and obviously processed foods that contain sugar (or even better - processed foods altogether)
Does anyone know a good source for a vegan sugar detox?