Diet menu plan without flour

View Work If you have decided to get one of these no sugar no flour diet for health reasons or even to lose weight, don’t despair.

You can eat most food still; the only off-limits products are the ones that are processed and refined and typically can be found in a box or bag at the supermarket. Choose fresh foods rather than processed for your diet.

Check with your doctor or a dietitian to ensure a no-added-sugar, no-flour diet is right for you personally. The sugar in produce differs from added sugar since it occurs naturally and isn’t inserted through the manufacturing process to “improve” the taste of something.

Foods which contain natural sugar supply needed vitamins, fiber and minerals, which supports general health, based on the University of California at SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA. These natural sugars also help fuel the human brain. Having said that, some fruits are higher in natural sugars than others, such as for example dried fruits and several fruit drinks. On a no-sugar diet, you may want to pick the fruits containing the lowest amounts of natural sugar, including avocados, rhubarb, limes and lemons, cranberries, raspberries, strawberries, grapefruit, papayas, cantaloupe, nectarines, honeydew melon, peaches, blueberries, oranges, clementines, guavas, and pineapple and plums.

Most of these have significantly less than 10 grams of natural sugar per gram serving, according to date from the USDA. Vegetables with minimal amount of natural sugar include mushrooms, watercress, endive, spinach and other leafy greens, cauliflower, yams, radicchio, snap beans, potatoes, various kinds of cabbage, artichokes, asparagus, kale and Swiss chard, celery, broccoli, summer squash, okra, cucumber, Brussels sprouts, and winter squash.

All have significantly less than 2 grams of natural sugar in grams, according to nutritional data from the USDA. For instance, stay away from frozen entrees like chicken nuggets or breaded fish sticks, and prepared meats like barbecued chicken, crab cakes, or flavored sausages. Stick to fresh-cut chicken, turkey, fish, seafood, beef, pork and lamb from the butcher portion of the supermarket. Prepare them in the home using ingredients such as for example essential olive oil, fresh herbs, lemon or garlic, and prevent bottled condiments, like ketchup, sauces and dressings that are saturated in sugar.

Eggs certainly are a lean protein that don’t naturally contain sugar or flour, but avoid prepared dishes like quiche, that includes a flour crust, or make crustless quiche. Milk products such as for example milk and yogurt also contain protein along with lactose, an all natural sugar. Milk has 12 grams of sugar per cup about.

Plain low-fat Greek yogurt has 6 grams of sugar per 6-ounce container about ; choose it instead of flavored yogurts like vanilla, fruit or honey in the bottom. Add your own fruit to regulate the sugar and keep it natural. Beans and Legumes Legumes and beans provide protein and carbohydrate, so they contain some natural sugar but no flour absolutely. Stay away from flavored beans, like baked beans, that have sugar, and dishes like bean burgers, which might contain flour.

Choose plain dried or canned legumes and beans of most varieties. Those with minimal amount of natural sugar include black, navy, white, kidney, pinto, pink, great Northern, lentils and soybean-based foods like tofu and soy milk – all of these have less that 2 grams of sugar in grams. However, avoid flavored soy milk, like chocolate or vanilla, which includes added sugar. Choose Seeds and Nuts On a no-sugar, no-flour diet, seeds and nuts make an excellent snack, providing fiber and protein, both nutrients most connected with satiety; basically, they help fill you up which means you eat less.

According to Harvard Healthadding more nuts and seeds to your daily diet may lower your threat of cardiovascular disease and diabetes. All nuts Almost, seeds and their butters contain significantly less than 10 grams of natural sugar per gramsand no flour is had by them. The cheapest in natural sugar are sesame paste and seeds, english or black walnuts, sunflower paste and seeds, flax seed, hemp seed, pumpkin seeds, Brazil nuts, hazelnuts, pecans, almonds, macadamia pistachios and nuts, with significantly less than 5 grams per grams.

When buying nuts, seeds and their butters, be sure you choose raw or dry roasted varieties without added flavors like barbecue or honey.

Grains for No-Sugar, No-Flour Diet If you are on a no-flour diet due to an allergy or sensitivity to gluten, a protein within wheat, barley, triticale and rye, based on the WHOLEGRAINS Councilyou’ll need to choose your grains carefully.

Stay from refined bread away, pasta and cereal, and choose wholegrains instead. Many wholegrains are lower in sugar and contain no gluten, and may be enjoyed as nutritious side dishes or as the foundation of main dishes. Among those lowest in natural sugar and in addition gluten-free are millet, brown rice, corn, quinoa, wild rice, buckwheat, oats, amaranth, sorghum and teff. The sugar in each one of these comes to significantly less than 3 grams per grams. Gluten is in lots of more foods than simply wheat products, and some gluten-free foods like oats may be cross-contaminated with it.

In the event that you suspect you have a concern with gluten, talk to a health care provider or dietitian about crafting a safe gluten-free diet.


  1. Been off sugar for 5 years. I quit meat too. Plants have all the protein we need. Always have. Yuck, wait what?! meat is protein?–no this guy is only halfway there. Potatoes were instrumental in my breaking from meat/oils/sugars. Starchy vegetables are GREAT for us. See McDougall. Look up WFPB if you want to live longer and stronger, feeling better, being slimmer -and EATING MORE!!! (Jeff Novick).

  2. It destroys me knowing that I can stick to a healthy diet but the second there is pizza infront me i can never eat just a couple.

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  4. So… no diary no gluten no flour no sugar (also fruits) so.. what except meat and egg has left? What can vegan eat? Only vegetables?

  5. say what you what but i would rather live spitefully against that intro smile than quit anything

  6. Me whos suffered with BED and BPD for 1 year: Hell yeah, Ill finally be able to become skinny!
    *2 minutes later*
    Today I have consumed a raisin, time to fucking binge because 1 cal over and you know the rules and so do I

  7. Like nigga its not hard when you see something you want to eat go get something else you dont really want it or need to eat it youll see when it happens its not hard to reject foods that are bad for you if you realize that its just another food I didnt even stop eating sweets and stuff but I stopped drinking them and like a month later I said why not and just had a soda and it was actually not very good lol

  8. Thank you very much for this video. It literally turned my life around. I used to eat one bar if chocolate + a dessert everyday. What this person says, its easier to do than it seems and it works like a charm. Ive recommend this technique to so many people. Now, I still remember the pleasure of eating sweet things, but I cant do it anymore. If I try, I feel like my tongue is getting attacked! I know there are many people struggling like me, so as someone who has experienced the same problem, I urge you to try this method. Its a matter of only 10 days.

  9. It’s hard to cut my sugar addiction when there’s people living in my house that loves to buy sugar

  10. Him: the key to stopping your sugar addiction is to stop eating sugar and have a healthy diet. Me: 😐

  11. Im starting tomorrow. Ill keep you updated.(promise)
    *Its 4th day of no-sugar challenge. And I feel great. Actually I havent consuming sugar for 2 years but I started it recently. I want to get back to those days

  12. This was not helpful at all. I am sure it works, it seems like good advice….just not practical. Its hard enough for those of use addicted to sugar to give it up, and I understand the cold turkey thing. But to give it up then give up all those other things all at the same time?? Thats like totally revamping your diet all at once, and that rarely works.

  13. I decided to drink water every time I wanted to snack, and not only did I snack less, I was more hydrated, and in a few days of having fruit or other savoury food instead, my skin has cleared incredibly quickly and my abs have defined more.

    • I dont have access to sweets/choc cos of the quarantine so all Ive been doing is drinking water instead to fill me up alongside having proper meals. And damn I can deffo agree that my skin has gone so much better!

  14. Im really addicted to sugar, I dont mean candy or other eatable sugars but I do put roughly 8 pounds of sugar in my coffee per week. But my weight is just 125 pounds. And my bloodsugar still is okay. I do have some heartproblems lately wich I think is also caused by that. So I really want to cut down/out with the sugar!! Its just that even one day without any sugar makes my mood really irritatable and I get a really bad headache. (Wich also proves its addictive for your body).

  15. Damn just thinking about no sugar makes me crave it. We are all addicts! 😭

  16. After this video, I talked to friends. I decided to not consume sugar and sweeteners for 30 days. I asked my Friends if I could call for support. I will also cut out dairy, and gluten for 10 days. Oy.

  17. My issue is salt… Can I use these methods for my salt addiction? I have high cholesterol.

  18. If you have also caffeine addiction is recommended to get rid off it at the same time as sugar?

  19. for me im guilty using 1.25 liters of condonsed milk for a month this quarantine. i use it for my coffee and matcha as sweetener. i dnt add much sugar tho. just condensed milk. and butter, and all purpose flour consumption. got irritable moods, bloated feeling, always sleepy. Thats why im watching this kind of videos. I need to decide to cleansed again.

  20. This wasn’t helpful at all. We KNOW we should stop eating sugar. Instead of telling people what they shouldn’t eat (because most adults already know) it would be more helpful to tell us why we should be eating. How about sharing a meal plan for those magical 10 days?

  21. Sugar is more addictive then cocaine. Break your addiction by going cold turkey. How many people do you know who broke their addiction to cocaine were able to just go cold turkey? Everything I see and read about breaking sugar addiction says the same fing thing. There has got to be a way that actually works.

  22. Sugar is addictive because we are supposed to eat fruit

  23. I agree with the premise but cold turkey invites people to burn out and then…give up. Slowly weaning off of it is more helpful. Make the decision aggressively, yes, but not for everything. So like, instead of reaching for the popsicle in the fridge, reach for a handful of frozen fruit (this is a personal addiction I’m fighting xD), instead of packet oatmeal, get plan oatmeal but use milk, cinnamon, honey and fruit to make it taste better – little changes at a time

  24. I know that I am addicted to sugar…for sure. So happy for this. Thank you Dr. Hyman.

  25. I would definitely have consumed the chocolate cake right after that video

  26. Im starting to break the addiction, so I drank unsweetened tea today, some noodles with edamamae, soy sauce and Turkey breast, Im kinda craving some sugary snack right now….Ill try to stay strong

  27. Me: is about to go binge on a slice of cake at 2 in the morning
    Video: It only takes 10 days to break free from your sugar addiction!
    Me: it takes 1 minute to eat the cake slice

  28. I only use sugar in my coffee. Its so bitter, I guess salt is the only option from now on…damn

  29. Well yea this all sounds great but the difficult part is actually stopping im hooked on soda so bad when i crave it nothing else will help other than a soda its so serious

  30. 10 day?!
    You can get rid of sugar addiction even faster with water fasting.

    But yes if you have a shit diet youll just go back to sugar addiction.

  31. Eat real animal fat – butter or pure soft cheese and eggs- whenever hungry , to kick sugar , for 5 days. Then convert to keto diet and fasting. Works like a charm.

  32. I work on the overnight. Sleep is difficult, but I have to somehow do better.

  33. Umm ok but I can stop eating sugar whenever I want, I will gain another 10lbs just thinking abt it.

  34. youre an idiot if you think sugar is more addicting than cocaine. Completely irresponsible to spew that propaganda to the youth. just stupid!

  35. Ok I did cold Turkey but in less then 12 hours I ran 101 fever due to it and was getting sick for an hour before I went to the store for soda. Took one sip and it stabilized my system out.

  36. Anyone here who eats horlicks without milk and completes whole within 1 or 2 days😅😅

  37. Ok I’m going to try this. I have some what started. I’ve warned my family and friends that I’ll probably be extremely irritable for the next few days/weeks 😅 Do what you can to cheer me up 😂

  38. I didnt realize how addictive sugar was until I went on the keto diet for 30 days. I had to come off of it for medical reasons and decided to have a cinnamon roll, against all my better judgement. I could not believe how overpowering the sweetness was, and how little flavour was in it, firstly. But then I was blown away that despite not liking the taste and and wanting to stop, I kept eating and eating, feeling like a slave to the compulsive urge to just lose myself in it. I was so blown away because Id never realized what it was really like all the years of having a sugar-filled diet, and how disgusting it actually is to eat the food.

  39. Pussy and sugar….. most deadliest addictive things to eat all day long 😉😘

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  41. These are good tips, however I think it is too much for people to do all at once. We humans like to do things in small steps and then its more achievable.

  42. I cant quit cold turkey, my brain doesnt function properly without it. Some people need a cup of coffee in the morning, i need a glass of soda. With all due respect, just quit, is no advice at all.

  43. Isnt this guy Will Smith and Familys doctor? LOL or he was on that recent episode at least

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  45. Do you go back to dairy after ten days? Keto diet use dairy products and has been effective for a lot of ppl

  46. Wait, but a bunch of Vegas told me it wasnt sugar but animal products giving me diabetes. Whos more trustworthy? A medical doctor from a renowned medical facility? Or animal rights activists telling me not eating animals???

  47. This is so true, my brain is literally on fire when I eat sugar, it is like an orgasm😁 I dont get why people spend money on expensive drugs when they can simply have sugar😅

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  49. im gonna go 10 days without artificial sugar but i cant cut out much bread/carbs in general bc there isnt much food in the house other than that lol. ill incorporate more veggies though

  50. This guy kind of bothers me for some reason… it might be because he’s telling me the truth

  51. Eating protein at meals, removing sugary drinks, and switching to the right amount and type of starch foods, I agree, are important strategies for removing sugar cravings. however, Ive found that including occasional intentional treats, instead of quitting 100% of sugar, is more successful for clients over the long-term.

  52. My problem is gaming. I’m so used to playing with a 2 liter bottle or a big bag of gummies next to me. I fear I might just have to give up video games as well.

  53. This is so true, straight to the point, go cold Turkey, I have a very sweet tooth, I definitely need to have self discipline, self belief and go for it.

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  55. i would but i just bought maltesers and they expensive so after this pack ok??

  56. Consume addiction reversing foods! Takes 10 days
    The how ro begins at 1:20 !
    1. Decide to quit
    2. Quit cold turkey
    3. Don’t drink your calories, eat them
    4. Add protein to every meal
    5. Eat the right carbs
    6. Eat good fats
    7 . Manage your stress
    8. 10 days no Gluten or dairy
    9. Get your sleep!

  57. I recommend this guide:
    So grateful it exists in 2020.

  58. Sugar changes to fat in your liver(their base is very similar [carbon,oxygen & hydrogen]) causing you fatty liver problem.

  59. okay so here is the thing. When there are no reaserch papers attached but only a guy in *labcoat* a table full of sugary bad foods and sais things like *detoxifying* ..and has a lot of bullshit link in his description to his clinic that make money of of people i automatically assume its bullshit. Yeah he is right in some things but anybody with a basic level of chemistry and biology can smell the marketing side of it, not scientific, just pure bullshitting.

  60. I am on day 2 and stangely I dont crave sugar. But I do have a lot of headaches. Is this normal and is there something I can do about it?

  61. OK so I can even wants to go to the states to get surgery that’s just contrary to what I believe more doctors get sued in the states and in Canada that’s what I think

  62. Ive given up coke,weed,smoking cigs ,most alcohols. Ive cut down from 3 sugar to 1 teaspoon but this is the hardest battle

  63. Then there’s me, shoving a bunch of sugar down my throat and being skinny still.

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