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A New York Times bestseller, I Quit Sugar is week-by-week guide to quitting sugar to lose weight; Buy the Ebook: . Nora Gedgaudas, CNS, CNT, author of Primal Body, Primal Mind: Beyond the Paleo Diet for Total Health and a Longer Life. The follow up to the runaway bestseller I Quit Sugar – packed with delicious sugar-free recipes, tips and motivation to help you kick the habit for life. September 28, i quit sugar, i share my tips I'm a little bit scared, but ultimately really happy to be able to share something that has truly changed my life.


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Editorial Reviews. About the Author. Sarah Wilson is an Australian author, media personality, . I have all her cookbooks, some in print version and some in ebooks format. I love the first two I Quit Sugar books, but they aren't really big and . Buy I Quit Sugar print books, as well as digital books for iPad and Kindle, or sign up the I Quit Sugar 8-Week Digital Books/eBooks. I Quit Sugar For Life. I'm guessing you're intrigued about this sugar-quitting business. I gave it a go in. January eBooks and merchandise at cittadelmonte.info RECIPES

Quick Note — Before I start, I just want to let you know this review is for her eBook but Sarah has now released a printed version of her book which you can buy from me using the link on the side or at the end of the review! Boy, how wrong was I! I am always trying the new fad diets , I am a sucker for those things! I have done low carb, Atkins, Weight Watchers, low calories, you name it and I am sure I have tried it. So low and behold I found about quitting sugar. This has been something I had been thinking about for a long time.

I forced myself to eat a stir-fry, vaguely aware it was full of sugar I don't even want to carry on typing the other bits that have bugged me.

I've tried a few of the recipes savoury ones without stevia and they were neither bad nor exciting. But the non-recipe crap in this book is just too much for me to bear. At first, I thought I liked this book. It's pretty and short and simple. When I went back through to apply what I was supposed to do week-by-week to quit sugar, I was confused. It's really not very clear like it "supposed" to be. I am still confused on what I can - and cannot - eat throughout the plan.

Plus, the recipes are a little too extreme for my liking. I hesitate any time someone advocates the unending use of any ingredient be it honey, mapl At first, I thought I liked this book. I hesitate any time someone advocates the unending use of any ingredient be it honey, maple syrup, agave, or - in this case - coconut and chia seeds.

And unproven at that. I don't advocate a crazy lifestyle of banning all high fructose fruits for life and using coconut everything. Or even substituting brown rice syrup for all sugars. I think if you just change the form of the sweetener but still eat a bunch of sweets, chances are, you're probably still addicted to sweets and treats.

I think cutting our consumption of sugars overall is in no way a bad thing. All that being said, I haven't put her plan into action yet. And, it will actually be hard to considering that I don't fully understand the plan even after having read the book and going back through it. Also, chances are, I won't try many - if any - of her recipes.

I'd rather stick to normal, whole foods that make sense for me and my family. Jun 05, Noema rated it it was ok. Inspirational, but not enough content to be an actual book. Basically, this is just a couple of blog entries strung together with some graphic design to fill up the white space.

Also, the research is pretty thin, and in some cases actually misleading--there is a wide body of research on the dietary effects of sugar and the development of metabolic disorders, but she didn't seem to want to do any actual research. The photographs of the food are amazing. Being allergic to dairy there were many things I couldn't try. Have yet to try the detox plan. Die Aufmachung ist wirklich klasse - sehr modern und ansprechend. Sie beschreibt wie ihre Ausgangsposition war, als sie sich entschloss Zucker so gut wie komplett zu vermeiden.

Es war in etwa so, wie ich momentan zu Zucker stehe. Doch dann hat sie alles radikal umgestellt. Nun verzichtete sie nicht nur auf Industriezucker sondern sc Die Aufmachung ist wirklich klasse - sehr modern und ansprechend.

Nun verzichtete sie nicht nur auf Industriezucker sondern schwor auch Fructose ab. Sie verwendet Reissirup, Stevia und Dextrose. Die Rezepte sind abwechslungsreich. Die Rezepte sind sehr kokoslastig. Allerdings gibt es heutzutage Quinoa, Chiasamen, Leinsamen und Co. Das Buch ist kein rein vegetarisches Kochbuch, aber so gut wie alle Rezepte sind vegetarisch. Es gibt nicht zu allen Rezepten ein Foto, aber die meisten sind bebildert. Trotzdem gibt das bei mir einen kleinen Punktabzug.

Einige Rezepte werden auch kombiniert. Wobei ich den Schinken weggelassen habe. Da bin ich bisher nicht draufgekommen und ich werde es noch oft machen.

I Quit Sugar for Life

Nichts was mich jetzt umhaut, aber es war mal was anderes. Der war extrem ekelhaft und auch keiner der anderen 3 Tester hat ihn herunter bekommen. Apr 26, Logan Hughes rated it really liked it Shelves: My doctor recently suggested I cut out sugar for reasons unrelated to weight, although I'm also trying to get in shape , and I initially dismissed it as "eh, I don't eat that much sugar compared to other people," but after doing some research, I decided to try it for real.

To help me keep my resolve, I read this short but inspiring from-experience guide to the how's and why's of a sugar-free diet. I love its natural, friend-conspiring-in-you voice, the Australianisms example of junk food: Tim My doctor recently suggested I cut out sugar for reasons unrelated to weight, although I'm also trying to get in shape , and I initially dismissed it as "eh, I don't eat that much sugar compared to other people," but after doing some research, I decided to try it for real.

Tim Tams , and the overall attitude of, "Let's try this experiment together! I like that the diet is strict enough to make a difference, so you're not just making up the sugar in other ways. There are some great tips and snack suggestions. It's light on science, though it directs you to more authoritative texts.

I would have liked a little more concreteness in the steps and a more definitive food list. Some of the advice seems contradictory or oversimplified. For example, Wilson urges readers not to eat any fruit in the first few weeks of "sugar detox," which I felt weird about things like berries have hardly any fructose and are great for you but I also understood why she wanted to make it a blanket statement some fruits are very sweet and part of the point is to acclimate yourself to lower levels of sweetness in your palate so you notice it more when it is there.

While this makes total sense avocados have a fructose level on par with vegetables , they are a fruit! You can't say no fruits and then tell us to eat a fruit. I would have liked her to 1 acknowledge that it is okay to eat certain fruits in the early stages, and 2 list which fruits are low in fructose. The thing is that "no sugar" is an impossible goal. She acknowledges this, but I was never entirely sure where to draw the line. I made my own judgments, but at times I felt like no matter what I did, I would be "cheating.

Quite possibly the best book I have ever purchased. I devoured this book over a year ago and it changed me slightly but had a massive impact on me. Not one for fads or diets, and constantly trying to 'healthy up' recipes I loved the book and read it cover to cover.

Reading a book like this can spin your head a bit and all of a sudden you have a bit of a panic on what to eat. My advise was to follow the baby steps rule.

I started with one recipe and added. Admittedly before I even laid eyes on th Quite possibly the best book I have ever purchased. Admittedly before I even laid eyes on the book I never drank soft drink and do not add sugar to my coffee - love bitter flavours like Greek yoghurt as opposed to sweetened - but am a bit of a sucker for fruit buns, baked goods and dark chocolate, I certainly did not find it hard at all and initially hit the nuts and coconut products hard to get me through the early stage.

Then it all becomes a bit ingrained and easier. I was pretty good with it for about a year and fell off the wagon at Christmas and the holidays that surround Christmas six weeks! Sarah has a new book out and I have begun to devour it. I did need the little kick and some new inspiration so my grin was very wide when a friend produced the book at her house. The biggest difference for me? After a while I noticed I needed less sleep each day until I got to the point of an hour and a half less each day!

If I went to bed at a reasonable time, I would simply wake up super early without an alarm ready to go! Alternatively, I could stay up quite late with no negative effect. In the early stages if I tucked into half a Nashi fruit - I would be zonked the next day.

Those effects were enough to spur me on.

With such a busy lifestyle I actually get more done and more time to myself to read!! Apr 24, Cara Sutherland rated it did not like it. So much of the content in this book is based off of complete pseudoscience. Save your money. Another media bimbo with a fad diet. Everyone knows that refined sugar is bad for you, but it's where she goes from there, debunking millions of hours of scientific research without providing a shred of evidence, that becomes plain dangerous.

I really did not like it, although the recipes did look good and the presentation is enticing, the food was dreadful! Some interesting things in here, some confusing ones as well.

I understand where she's going with this and it's clearly worked for her but it may not work for everyone. May 23, Gina added it. This was a re-read for me. When I first read this, I thought it was the absolute pinnacle of eating and worshipped the sugar-free lifestyle.

Yes sugar will cause you to put on weight if you eat large amounts of it as sugar is most often found in highly processed foods that are calorific and do not hold much nutritional value This was a re-read for me.

Yes sugar will cause you to put on weight if you eat large amounts of it as sugar is most often found in highly processed foods that are calorific and do not hold much nutritional value. Yes you should avoid eating a lot of it. No you should not demonise one food group. You have to buy a lot of expensive and niche ingredients that are often difficult to find. The cheesecake is delicious though! Nov 05, Sandra rated it really liked it Shelves: Some very good stuff here; great ideas and planning suggestions for weaning off sugar.

There are flaws: She suggests coconut practically for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, and last time I checked coconut was a fruit. But still, she's got a lot of good ideas, decent recipes, and encouragement for those of us who want to address our su Some very good stuff here; great ideas and planning suggestions for weaning off sugar.

But still, she's got a lot of good ideas, decent recipes, and encouragement for those of us who want to address our sugar addiction.

Mar 23, Maile rated it really liked it. While this book has its foibles, I still recommend giving it a read. I followed the 8-week "sugar detox diet" and I would actually recommend it for most people. I felt like I had an unhealthy relationship with sugar and I was on a neverending spike-crash-spike-crash cycle that affected my moods, energy levels, and general wellness. This book gave me some tools to break that cycle. My partner does not have an unhealthy relationship with sugar, is in good health generally, and does not need to los While this book has its foibles, I still recommend giving it a read.

My partner does not have an unhealthy relationship with sugar, is in good health generally, and does not need to lose weight. Needless to say he did not follow the 8-week I Quit Sugar plan with me. But he did comment several times that my doing it opened his eyes to how much sugar is in foods he thought were healthy, like juices, yogurts, salad dressings, etc. This book helped us both to be more conscious and intentional about when we eat sugar - we're not eating it just because it's incidentally in every food we buy.

That said, I agree with some of the other reviewers that the science in this book is a bit thin, and I did find myself side-eying a lot of the claims such as "sugar is poison," etc.

Eat more whole foods, avoid sugar. If avoiding sugar is hard for you, maybe taking a structured 8-week approach to drastically reducing your intake such as the one Wilson outlines in her book will help.

It helped me! A word about the recipes. I found them to be fairly hit-or-miss, but the hits are real hits which I have repeated multiple times. What are your favorite recipes from this book? Dec 10, Awallens rated it did not like it. This book rubbed me the wrong way on pretty much every level. It's definitely not an affordable book if you're on a budget.

The different types of ingredients, hemp seed meal, really? Are not affordable, or hard to find. She says sugar is bad but doesn't say why and doesn't back it up with scientific proof.

We apparently don't live in the same world, because a lot of the recipes did not look easy to make. The more books I read on quitting sugar the more smug and self-satisfied they sound. I agre This book rubbed me the wrong way on pretty much every level. I agree that eating too much sugar is probably not a good thing, but some people are taking it way too seriously.

Jan 11, Amber rated it really liked it. This book was super interesting and a quick read. It inspired me to take on the "experiment" as Sarah calls it and give up sugar for 8 weeks. I am almost done week 1 and can already tell my energy levels are higher! I want to read her cook book next and this is definitely a book I'll refer to in the future. Jan 22, Shannon rated it it was amazing Shelves: Really enjoyed how honest she was, how calmly she went about first reducing the sugar in her diet and finally eliminating it over 8 weeks.

Quick, informative read. Very sensible. And I will give it a go. After I have dealt with the Easter bunnies gifts!

Feb 02, Karen rated it really liked it. Very interesting. Similar info to David Gillespie's 'Sweet Poison' books. She includes a no-nonsense plan that's sensible and hopefully easy to follow. Feeling better already! Jul 14, Ramona rated it really liked it. This is a very good book to read, and enjoy. Educational too,and full of very nice recipes.

Would recommend this to someone trying to getting healthy! May 28, Jostalady rated it liked it Shelves: By the time I had read this, I had already spent months with a sleep specialist, physical therapists adding exercises, lowering my stress, getting acupuncture, chiropractor care, regular therapeutic massage and getting my diet and supplements straightened out with a naturopath.

I had already increased my vegetable intake and shed: When I picked up this boo By the time I had read this, I had already spent months with a sleep specialist, physical therapists adding exercises, lowering my stress, getting acupuncture, chiropractor care, regular therapeutic massage and getting my diet and supplements straightened out with a naturopath.

When I picked up this book, I was also already on day 6 of aiming squarely for cutting out all forms of sugar and to continue to drop things with a high Glycemic Index, which from my understanding means eliminating those last few sources of breads, noodles, rice, fruits, sauces, tomatoes, carrots, squash and of course sugar. As much as I was working on myself, about everyday I was reaching for a snack in the afternoons and when my energy drops I tend to crave a chocolate.

Sarah is much more open with breads and sweeteners in her plan than I expected, so I won't be using most of her recipes. I do like her introduction and explanations. I will look at her suggestion for how to still have some chocolate and the nutritional supplements.

I am also intrigued by the chicken stock suggestions, and even if I don't personally end up doing that I will see if others in my household are interested. May 09, Hazel rated it really liked it. Actually pretty good. She was reasonable in her approach in slowly weaning yourself off. The Day Ketogenic Cleanse. Maria Emmerich. Suzanne Burgner. Phyllis Good.

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