Earlier this year I made a resolution to test my will power for a month and discover more about my mindset by giving up sugar and flour. Little did I know that this short-term experiment would lead to such a profound change in my life? Giving up sugar and flour for the month of March really opened my eyes to the food we eat and world we live in.
Now, before you chalk me up as crazy or that giving up sugar and flour is impossible for you, please keep in mind that I didn’t do anything that you couldn’t do. Sure it was tough, but it definitely wasn’t impossible and the results were well worth the challenge. After one month, the change in my body and mind was so drastic that I wanted to continue.
The hardest part of this whole experiment is trying to help people understand the following things:
1. Anyone can accomplish this challenge with the right mindset and tools.
2. Giving this challenge 100% will profoundly affect you in ways you can’t imagine.
3. Going without sugar actually becomes easier the longer you do it.
4. People can survive without processed foods for a month.
5. There is no risk involved physically or financially.
There are so many positives to come out of this experiment for you, but the world has programmed you to believe that you simply can’t live without sugar and flour. To me though, I feel like you can accomplish anything for a month. In an average lifetime, a person has 780 months to spend however they’d like and I’m just asking you to give up a couple of things for one of them. I promise that if you feel no difference after that one month and think that I’m just crazy, then I won’t judge you for how you live the other 779 months. Just imagine though, if the experiment works and you feel better, healthier, and think clearer than you ever have before. Won’t that be worth the test?
Take a moment and visit my website at www.FIGIDPress.com for information about my No Sugar & No Flour experiment. You can find links to my book, worksheets, and resource sites that will help you prepare for your one month experiment.
All the best!