The ‘No Sugar No Soda Challenge’ is one of my personal best challenges and one of my favorites. I lost about 15 pounds with this challenge. Let Me Explain how:
When I took my children to the doctor for their normal checkup, the doctor noticed that my oldest son was overweight. Truly he was just a tad. Naturally, he doesn’t look fat but he was chunky in some areas.
Being a boy and a little taller than me, he looks like a football player.
Anyhoo, the doctor asked me we drink a lot of soda. My answer was yes because this house loved sodas. The doctor told me that he would drop weight if I had him cut back or eliminated the soda. I can’t remember if she said to cut back or eliminated but I took that challenge personally.
I took that challenge to heart and decided that the whole house was gonna do it. If it could work for him it will work for me. So I challenged myself for 30 days to drink no sodas. Because I felt like I was in a good mood and charged, I decided to eliminate processed sugar that I had to add and other things; or to things that were in other foods that I purchased.
I didn’t buy sugary items. When I saw that I lost about 10 lbs., I was excited and decided to keep it going for another month. Then I saw the remaining 5 lb fall, I decided to make this a healthy habit for me and my children.
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So if you’re in love with sugary drinks, this challenge is for you.
While a healthy balanced diet and exercise are pretty much perfect for almost anyone, I still do advocate starting small. We’re here are a number of drinks, that you can use to replace soda. Enjoy and leave a comment below.
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Do you have some great ideas for healthy drinks that would make this challenge even more awesome? Feel free to post them below. I’d love your feedback and conversations.
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