Sarah Wilson was addicted to sugar. She needed it every day. She convinced herself it was "good sugar". But sugar is sugar. And it was making her sick, tired and bloated. She set about researching all the different ways to quit the stuff. It took a while. But in the process she found what works - for good - and developed The Complete 8-Week Program that outlines easy techniques that are kind, sensible and totally work.
This book is perfect for you if youâ??re:
–Ready to quit sugar or have tried on your own and canâ??t get past the first few days (thereâ??s a very important reason for this, which weâ??ll be sharing!).
–Looking for a detailed explanation of why you should quit sugar alongside an in-depth, step-by-step guide.
–Searching for tools to accurately track weight loss and health progress.
–After 50 introductory recipes to support your sugar-quitting journey.
–Looking for guidance through the various stages of detox Sarah Wilson and the I Quit Sugar team.
–Keen for advice on how to kill cravings in an instant.
–Looking to re-stock the fridge, pantry and freezer with ready to go sugar-free foods.
–Ready for a total lifestyle change, not just a quick fix.
What others say
"I weighed 78kgs when I started and I'm at 68kgs six months later. In addition, I do not have the anger issues, depression/mood swing issues, joint pain (my pain is gone!) and I am all around a more energetic person." Nicole
"I've been sugar free for almost 12 months. I love the way it makes me feel - lots of energy! I'm amazed how much I don't crave sweets anymore. My skin is glowing." Di
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I was hoping for the recipes but it turns out, you have to buy those separately to the main book when you purchase it as an e-book.
I've read David Gillespie's Sweet Poison and the Sweet Poison Quit Plan, and Sarah Wilson adds nothing new to this information. In fact, she copies a lot of Gillespie's work directly, so I really don't understand what her point was for writing a separate book. The information she provides feels incomplete and glossed over.
Now that I've seen how little she has to add to this topic, I'm not bothering to get her recipes. I've found plenty of sugar-free stuff for free online, anyway.
On another note, I've been off fructose for 6 weeks now and feel great. I do think it's completely worth your time and trouble to do so - although I recommend reading the Sweet Poison Quit Plan instead!
Number Of Pages: 41
Published: 26th February 2015