I Quit Sugar

I Quit Sugar

Your Complete 8-week Detox Program and Cookbook

eBook - 2014
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A week-by-week guide to quitting sugar to lose weight; boost energy; and improve your looks, mood, and overall health, with 108 sugarfree recipes. Sarah Wilson thought of herself as a relatively healthy eater. She didn't realize how much sugar was hidden in her diet, or how much it was affecting her well-being. When she learned that her sugar consumption could be the source of a lifetime of mood swings, fluctuating weight, sleep problems, and thyroid disease, she knew she had to make a change. What started as an experiment to eliminate sugar--both the obvious and the hidden kinds--soon became a way of life, and now Sarah shows you how you can quit sugar too: * follow a flexible and very doable 8-week plan * overcome cravings * make food you're excited to eat with these 108 recipes for detox meals, savory snacks, and sweet treats from Sarah Wilson and contributors including Gwyneth Paltrow, Curtis Stone, Dr. Robert Lustig (The Fat Chance Cookbook), Sarma Melngailis (Raw Food/ Real World), Joe "the Juicer" Cross, and Angela Liddon (Oh She Glows) I Quit Sugar makes it easy to kick the habit for good, lose weight, and feel better than ever before. When you are nourished with delicious meals and treats, you won't miss the sugar for an instant. "When I quit sugar I found wellness and the kind of energy and sparkle I had as a kid. I don't believe in diets or in making eating miserable. This plan and the recipes are designed for lasting wellness." -- Sarah Wilson.
Publisher: New York : Clarkson Potter, 2014
Edition: Unabridged
ISBN: 9780804186025
Characteristics: 1 online resource


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Aug 28, 2015

Brown rice syrup is sugar. I'm shocked that this book was published. Using brown rice syrup is no better than using white refined sugar. Total mis-information.

Mar 17, 2015

Great pictures and info on why you shouldn't eat sugar. She gives tips about easing off sugar, but I wouldn't say it's a structured plan. Also the recipes are too vague and hard to reproduce (for example measurements like "a hand full"). If you don't like the taste of stevia, this isn't for you. She uses it in most recipes.

Jul 25, 2014

I don't think lilypad gave this a fair try. If you have a Thyroid problem this is one of ther best ways to loose some of the weight on your tummy and face.

NYPLRecommends Jul 25, 2014

NYPL Staff Pick
Wilson provides a loosely-structured week-by-week plan to quit sugar for good, including her personal tips, recipes and startling facts you never knew about sugar.
- Jessica Divisconte, Executive Assistant to CLO

Jul 07, 2014

This author substituted rice syrup for sugar in her recipes. How is that healthier? She does not give information on calories, fiber, protein, etc on her recipes. Seems like uninformed opinion at best, waste of money at the worst. Karen G.

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