Anti sugar and anti fat nutritionists have been at war with each other since the 20th century. It has been inconclusive to say the least, until now.
We’ve found reputable authors whose books have been based on academic research. They’re easy to digest and you’re bound to take away a lot from any of these books.
This best selling book gives you a realistic plan to cut extra sugar out of your life in a realistic way. The first 3 days are the most significant, as they allow your taste buds to recalibrate what natural sweet tastes like but eliminating even the hidden sugars in healthy foods.
This is a well written and easy to understand book about sugar. It shows the science behind why sugar is so bad for us, and how it basically poisons us. Armed with this information I have found myself more questioning when I crave something sweet, and less likely to give in to temptation. I now say to myself Do I want to poison myself with this sugar?. And 9 times out of 10 I now say No!.
The great thing about Sugar Nation is it’s not as clinical as other health & nutrition books about sugar. Jeff tells a gripping and sad personal story about his family’s health struggles with the complications of consuming too much sugar. His father dies of diabetes complications. The author does a great job weaving between personal stories and scientific explanations.
Beating Sugar Addiction For Dummies contains everything you need to start your journey down the road to wellness:
- Four common types of sugar addicts – which one are you?
- Finally understand carbs, protein, and fat with a simple nutrition system for weight loss and healthy eating, including what to choose and what to stay away from
- Detoxing from sugar and performing a kitchen makeover
- Eating mindfully – making purposeful decisions instead of stress eating
- How to survive holidays, restaurants, and special occasions
- Building a support system
- Exercise programs for energy and weight loss
- Speedy low-sugar recipes for breakfast, lunch, dinner, snacks, and desserts
- Staying on track and breaking the cycle of failure – including a step-by-step list of exactly what to do when a sugar craving strikes!
If you’re one of the millions of people worldwide who relies too much on sugar for energy, comfort, or convenience, Beating Sugar Addiction For Dummies is your no-nonsense guide to decreasing your sugar intake, losing weight, and changing your life for the better!”
The Blood Sugar Solution book has a wealth of information both research-based and practical. This book informs readers how the American diet is impacting our physical and emotional health. This book comes with practical tips as to how to communicate with your Primary Care Physician and how to add needed nutrition into your life.
This book discusses American’s history with sugar,including what research has shown about our addiction to sweets. He then discucesst he misconceptions about sugar and weight loss and gives points on how we can make better health decisions. The book is well written, persuasive and a great suggestion to anyone who wants to know how sugar affects our health.
Becoming Lean and Free: Surprising Secrets to Healthy Weight, written by a certified health coach, is a conversational 21-day nutrition and weight-loss guide that can be trusted to be scientifically and nutritionally sound. This guide has one chapter fully dedicated to sugar, but references to its influence appear throughout the book. If you want to learn the real source of sugar addiction, read the guide. If you want to be free of sugar addiction, follow the guide.
Each reader who embarks on the journey of Becoming will be encouraged to take small steps that, if completed every day, will bring success in losing weight — while rewarding that person with health. Want to keep off unwanted weight? Let this guide reveal to you the “secrets” to living at peace with yourself.
The 21-Day Sugar Detox is an incredible, comprehensive guide to ridding your body of sugar as well as building a sugar-free life. Health and wellness-minded individuals who are looking to improve their diet or lessen sugar consumption but don’t know where to start should look no further than this book. It offers the tips and guidelines you need in order to cut out sugar without missing it or wondering how you’ll survive without it.