What if I told you that cancer prevention does include enjoying a sweet treat?
Are you surprised to hear that from me?
When it comes to sugar and cancer, it is a little more complex than we are often made to believe, and there are many factors that play a part. Today, all I want to do is offer you a dessert recipe you can indulge in, a sweet, guilt-free treat that you can relish.
Mind you, I said “sweet”, perhaps my “sweet” differs a bit from yours, but that is where I want you to end up at. Getting accustomed to a much lower tolerance for sweet than conventional products have trained our bodies to enjoy and even crave.
It takes time though, and you can start slowly, your goal should be to sustain any habit change and make it last long term. It takes about 4-8
In Nourishing Health, weeks to train our taste buds to get used to something new, so allow yourself that time, and persevere.
It really does pay off in the end!
And you will be surprised how you will no longer tolerate the level of sweetness that was your norm just a few weeks ago.
As a rule of thumb, start by reducing your level of sugar intake by a third, get used to that, then make it a half, get used to that, then make it a third, and get used to that.
At the end of this period (4-8 weeks), you will have reduced your sugar intake by two thirds!
That’s a big change!
And you will like it too, because you did it slowly, allowing the change to become the norm.
So without further ado, here’s a wickedly delicious recipe that’s a favorite at many of our parties.
In Nourishing Health,
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