Want to maximize your chances of success? If you have difficult cravings or a “sugar addiction,” it’s smart to throw out (or give away) sugary and starchy foods, and “low fat” diet products. This includes:
Soft drinks and juices
Sugar in all forms
Everything that says “low fat” or “no fat”
Avoid these Foods:
*Whole Grain Products: “Whole grain” products are just bad, including bread, potatoes, French fries, potato chips, porridge, and muesli, etc. Moderate amounts of root vegetables may be okay after the first month on the diet.
*Margarine: Margarine is industrially produced with an unnaturally high content of omega-6 fat. Margarine has been statistically linked to asthma, allergies, and other inflammatory diseases and has no health benefits whatsoever.
*Beer: Beer is also known as “liquid bread.” It is full of malt sugar (unfortunately).
*Fruit: Fruit is very sweet and very high in sugar (fructose). You can eat it once in a while; treat it as a natural form of candy.
All Things in Moderation
Some these next foods can be eaten once in a while. You decide when the time is right (usually after the first month). Your weight loss may slow down a bit, but you can consider including the following foods when you are ready.
Dry wine (regular red wine or dry white), whisky, brandy, vodka, mixed drinks without sugar.
*Dark chocolate - Above 70 % cocoa, preferably 1-2 oz. at a time.