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Going Sugar Free? These Books are For You

Giving up sugar can be very difficult, but can also have some incredible health benefits. To help guide you through this diet change take a look at 7 of our favorite books for sugar free eating. Here you can find advice and recipes to help you take control of your diet.


Good Sugar Bad Sugar by Allen Carr

This product was recommended by Natalie Clays from Allen Carr’s Easyway

Smart, intelligent, factual and will leave the reader feeling excited rather than deprived.


No Sugar Diet by Peggy Annear

This product was recommended by Linda Morgan from MotivationNook

In this book, Annear explains to readers the importance of lowering your sugar intake as well as how you can achieve this. The book will help you learn about the problem with modern foods, how we’ve come to form a sugar addiction, how to read food labels, and more. It’s a great read for anyone looking to minimize their sugar intake and reduce cravings, figure out which foods to avoid, and learn about which foods are worth incorporating into your new sugar-free lifestyle.


Half the Sugar, All the Love by Jennifer Tyler Lee

This product was recommended by Jennifer Tyler Lee from 52newfoods

In Half the Sugar, All the Love: 100 Easy, Low-Sugar Recipes for Every Meal of the Day (Workman; January 7, 2020), healthy food advocate and award-winning cookbook author Jennifer Tyler Lee and Anisha Patel, MD, MSPH, Associate Professor of Pediatrics at Stanford University and leader of Stanford’s pediatric sugar research program, show parents how to avoid hidden sugars while still being able to make delicious, quick, flavorful dishes the whole family will love. Delving into topics such as how to use fruits and vegetables to sweeten meals in a healthy way (for example, you can make brownies using sweet potatoes), debunking sugar myths (honey is not healthier), and where hidden sugar lurks and how to avoid it, it also includes a bounty of recipes even the pickiest eater will love, from Double Chocolate Layer Cake to BBQ Chicken Pizza as well as a myriad of sauces and condiments such as Creamy Ranch Dressing, Quick-Cook Tomato-Basil Sauce, and Three-Ingredient Strawberry Jam. There’s even a recipe for “Newtella” – which has a fraction of the sugar its store-bought equivalent has. An eye-opening, informative, and practical guide for the busy modern parent, it’s the first of its kind to be filled with actionable expert advice alongside delicious, kid-tested recipes the whole family will love.


The Ultimate Volumetrics Diet by Barbara Rolls

This product was recommended by Scott Fanello from Eternaloak, LLC

In the Ultimate Volumetrics Diet, Dr. Rolls teaches you to replace processed and added sugar with whole food fruits and sweet nuts. By eating natural sugars in fruits and nuts you keep the healthy fibers, water, and nutrients that fill you up with less calories and lower blood sugar spikes.


Sugar-Free by Sonoma Press

This product was recommended by Sofia Norton from Kiss My Keto

Readers who want to be inspired to change their eating habits for the best and live a healthier sugar-free life should check out this book. I like that it’s easy to understand and it also includes lots of recipes.


The I Quit Sugar Cookbook by Sarah Wilson

This product was recommended by Sofia Norton from Kiss My Keto

I like this book written by someone who struggles with sugar addiction herself. And because of that, she learned how to develop delectable recipes to maintain a sugar-free lifestyle.


The Keto Diet by Leanne Vogel

This product was recommended by Sofia Norton from Kiss My Keto

I suggest this book for anyone who would like to get rid of sugar in their diet in the context of a ketogenic (low-carb, high-fat) diet. What I like most about it is that it teaches you how to satisfy your sweet cravings without sugar through keto-friendly desserts.

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