What’s the Difference Between The Virgin Diet and The Sugar Impact Diet?

by JJ Virgin on November 4, 2014

I wrote The Sugar Impact Diet because I saw how people were controlled by sugar and consumed with their cravings. Or they felt confused, thinking they were doing everything right but still struggling with fatigue, brain fog, belly bloat, and other miserable symptoms.

Other programs look at one aspect of sugar, such as glycemic load, glucose load, fructose, nutrient density, or fiber quota. In The Sugar Impact Diet, I weigh all these criteria to determine whether a food becomes low-, medium-, or high-sugar impact.

This three-cycle program helps you gradually taper, transition, and transform off sugar forever. You literally shift from becoming a sugar burner to fat burner. You’ll learn to identify the sneaky sugars that hold your weight hostage. Best of all, there’s no withdrawal, suffering, cravings, and finally giving up like you experienced in the past! Once and for my all, my program will help break your vicious sugar-addiction cycle.

Simply put, The Virgin Diet is about food intolerances, whereas The Sugar Impact Diet looks at a food’s sugar impact.

If you’ve gone through The Virgin Diet and you already know your food intolerances, continue to keep those foods out. With the Sugar Impact Diet you’ll focus on sugar impact so you can determine where you feel best.

When people completed The Virgin Diet then went through The Sugar Impact Diet, they often broke through the plateaus or made some new shifts in the health by focusing on one thing: lowering their Sugar Impact. In fact, when I took 700 people through the program, the average person lost 10 pounds in just 2 weeks!

If you’re on the fence, start with The Sugar Impact Diet. You’ll automatically eliminate many food intolerances doing the program. Eventually you’ll want to eliminate and challenge the seven foods I discuss in The Virgin Diet.