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I Quit Sugar book. Read reviews from the world's largest community for readers. A New York Times bestseller, I Quit Sugar is week-by-week guide to qu.. . I Quit Sugar book. Read reviews from the world's largest community for readers. I was addicted to sugar. I needed it every day. I convinced myself it. I Quit Sugar for Life book. Read 40 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. The bestselling guide to going sugar-free - for good - from t.

Overall, this looks doable, and most of the recipes look straightforward, though likely you will need to download some things you do not already own. I am confused by the recommendation of brown rice syrup, however, which as far as I can tell from research from actual scientists is still sugar and not considered any healthier than white sugar, honey, agave, etc.

She also recommends Stevia, which apparently looks better than sugar but "not enough research has been done" so Mar 21, Krissy rated it really liked it.

Good- I would read again. Jul 11, Danielle rated it it was ok Shelves: There were things I liked and disliked about this. I expected more.

I also ended up having to download the 21 day sugar detox and following that instead, because this one was too vague, costing me more money. I'll start with the good: Rather, now her body is more adjusted to sweetness and knowing her limits so she can have a lapse and still recover. The not so good for me anyway -I was expecting a more concrete and clear explanation of what to eat and not eat during the plan.

I was very confused. So week 3 you are suppose to go cold turkey. Ok great! She lists foods to avoid. But then directly after she starts talking about how to read labels and distinguish between fructose and glucose.

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This is fine but she says brown rice syrup is ok. Wait I thought we weren't adding in this sweetener until week 6 or 7??? I thought we were reading the week three cold turkey section?? Now I'm confused. Made my head hurt.

But then she goes on to say that she doesn't count or calculate sugar in her diet. So do I need this stuff or not? At all. A note: May 03, Ashley Katsuyama rated it liked it Shelves: I am pretty much the last person on the planet that would normally download this book.

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I have a serious love for all things sweet. I certainly qualify as addicted, and because I'm pretty healthy otherwise, I've never really considered checking my sweet tooth. But after experiencing months of unexplained tiredness probably because I'm a mom to two very energetic little boys! Firstly, the book is gorgeous. The I am pretty much the last person on the planet that would normally download this book.

The layout and photography are beautifully done and you can tell that a lot of effort and thought went into making it perfect. As for the content, I'm not quite as sold.

Giving up sugar in totality for 8 weeks including fruit warrants a pretty strong argument in my opinion, and I just didn't get that. Yes, there's obvious good points, but not enough to convince me into giving up things that I love, and would even consider healthy, for 8 weeks just to reset my taste for sugar and then to closely monitor and watch my sugar intake from there on.

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Being that obsessive about any kind of eating habit just doesn't fit well into my lifestyle. I also would have liked to see more descriptions along with the recipes. Again, if you are trying to get me to do a complete from my current eating habits, I'm going to need some reassurance that this new savory breakfast item is going to be pretty fabulous before I decide to spend the time and effort to make it. Wilson has definitely inspired me to watch more closely for obvious sugars that I'm not really craving, and what effect those have on my energy level, and this books makes some very valid and useful points, but I will not be quitting sugar in totality any time soon.

View 2 comments. May 19, Mel rated it really liked it Shelves: I've decided I'm not doing anyone's "detox" program generally, but I was really happy to come across this book and blog, as part of a concerted effort to make some positive changes in my eating habits.

I had been getting into the materials for Diane Sanfilipo's Day Detox and checking out a lot of paleo food blogs, and somehow ended up spending a great deal of time with Sarah Wilson's I Quit Sugar material.

It has definitely led me to focus on eliminating or severely reducing sources of fructo I've decided I'm not doing anyone's "detox" program generally, but I was really happy to come across this book and blog, as part of a concerted effort to make some positive changes in my eating habits.

It has definitely led me to focus on eliminating or severely reducing sources of fructose in my diet e. I've also been trying out sources of protein like gelatin, and increasing fats in my diet using coconut milk, coconut oil, nuts and full-fat dairy. I am a lifelong cereal-lover who might actually have been convinced to give up cereal almost entirely I said almost.

I've been using her recipes to do a lot of experimenting and modifying of my own, and I greatly appreciate her program's acknowledgement that, for some of us, giving up all things sweet just won't be a realistic or enjoyable way to change our eating habits, and might even undermine our success in any program. It's a very light-hearted and practical approach with treats! May 24, Carrie rated it it was ok.

I was looking for a book that would help to lower our kids' carb intake, as we have gone ultra low-carb and have started making adjustments to the kids diet.

I think this is a good place to start, limiting some sugars and ingredient but still keeping some grains for the kids. The book was ok - very superficial, it is all based on her experiences and not a lot of science. The recipes look ok - there were a few things I would make for the kids. But I also read this as an ebook, and I do not like lo I was looking for a book that would help to lower our kids' carb intake, as we have gone ultra low-carb and have started making adjustments to the kids diet.

But I also read this as an ebook, and I do not like looking at recipe books in that format. So I might have to take a look at the physical book to see if there are more recipes I might try. I've been thinking about this book, and the truth is I wouldn't seek out paper version.

The recipes really didn't get me excited, and I don't know that it is worth going back for. I said before that this book is superficial, and it is just that - looks good on the surface. Sep 03, Amy rated it liked it. I've been having a lot of problems with sugar addiction lately. I think it's because I cut back on the amount of fruit I was eating, I was just craving sweets all the time.

This was a new experience for me as I've never had a huge sweet tooth. I picked this up looking for some helpful guidelines. Basically, you need to quit cold turkey, including fruit. Then you can ease back in to making more sensible choices. As someone who works out a lot, I'm not sure I'm ready to give up fruit yet and I'm n I've been having a lot of problems with sugar addiction lately.

As someone who works out a lot, I'm not sure I'm ready to give up fruit yet and I'm not a big dairy eater but I'm going to give the rest of it a go. There are some really great looking recipes in here. Can't wait to try some of them. May 28, Dori rated it liked it. Just to be clear, I'm not planning on giving up sugar.

What I am interested in, though, is decreasing my sugar consumption over time, and this book has a lot of great ideas for doing so. Recipes, snack ideas, mind games when you're craving something sweet, and lots more to help you make some positive changes. There's also a ton of recipes for really weird food, if you're into that I'm not. Anyway, I appreciated the creative ideas and the cheerleading found in this book!

It's going back to the Just to be clear, I'm not planning on giving up sugar. It's going back to the library now. Mar 13, Kris rated it liked it. This is a pretty book, but I didn't find it very relatable. I didn't think there were very many practical tips, although I do think cutting out sugar completely for 8 weeks in order to get cravings under control was a good idea.

I found a couple recipes I might try, but a lot of them called for a lot of stevia and brown rice syrup, which kind of defeats the purpose, in my opinion.

I really vacillated between two and three stars, but I went with three just because it was a lovely book to look at. Sep 27, Sarah rated it liked it Shelves: I read bits and pieces of this book and I went back and forth between thinking I might try the detox and I might not.

I kind of doubt that I will do the program itself but I do feel like I got some good info out of this book. I feel like I'm becoming more conscious of my sugar consumption and the hidden sugars in processed foods as well as the recommended daily limits.

I think I will also bee taking her advice to experiment with coconut in all its forms. The science behind the different kinds of I read bits and pieces of this book and I went back and forth between thinking I might try the detox and I might not.

The science behind the different kinds of sugar was helpful also. I'm glad I took a look at this book. I really don't think I could quit sugar completely but this book certainly opened my eyes to how many teaspoons I'm shovelling into my body! There are many beautiful alternative recipes that I have tried and loved.

It definitely helped me cut down my sugar intake. It was also set out really well with lovely photos of the food and other things. I love reading healthy lifestyle books! They are packed with some great advice! This books is special as it guides you through steps on how to quit sugar!

It gives you a lot of substitutes you can incorporate into your diet in order to successfully avoid sugar! Check out Sarah's website too! Oct 07, Joseph Tavares rated it really liked it. My wife and I enjoyed the simplicity of this book. If you can overlook Sarah's charming photos she's a pretty Aussie - we know and study the principles.

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By taking action, your life will transform for the better! Thank you Sarah Wilson. Jan 08, Jesse rated it liked it Shelves: I gleaned some good recipes and ideas from this one, although the majority of it is certainly not practical for feeding a large family.

Nov 25, McKenna rated it liked it Shelves: Things I Liked: The focus is very much on sustainable, healthy eating. Things I Didn't Like: For example, I know my food habits well enough to know that I need some time to prep new foods and stock up on ingredients, but after that I just need to cut out all the sugar I plan to cut out.

Having a couple weeks to cut down on sugar won't work for me because I'll break down and go all Mardi Gras on that sugar. A lot of the steps kind of seemed thrown in so that the middle weeks between quitting and having quit for weeks would have labels.

I mean, I get that the world already has five million books about the glycemic index, so I'm not saying that focusing on fructose was a bad publishing decision, but I'm not clear on the dietary reasoning. I believe this book will absolutely help anyone lose weight AND get healthier.

No doubt about it. However, this is one of those books that is simple, but not easy. In fact, I'm not sure what would make the principles in this book more difficult to implement: I've never even heard of many of them. In that sense, some of these principles could be challenging, at best, to follow if not impossible I believe this book will absolutely help anyone lose weight AND get healthier. In that sense, some of these principles could be challenging, at best, to follow if not impossible.

While I'm not ready to attempt to implement the principles of this book because of some of the reasons above, it is making me re-think a few things. I can definitely do that. If I can keep that up, that's 2 out of 7 days each week when I'm having no sugar.

I think that's certainly doable. But I also think that I can cut back more than that, because even on the days when I do allow myself to have sugar, I'm going to be more hesitant. After reading about the effects of sugar on a person's body and health, I'm more inclined to cut out candy and desserts altogether on 7 days each week. I probably eat more ketchup a. No more after reading this book. And though I can't foresee me ever giving up my sweet tea, I can go without it for just 2 days each week, and I can cut back a little on the other 5 days when I do have it.

That's the kind of thing that makes for a good book: In the mean time, this book has made me want to look for other books to read about the harmful effects of sugar.

The more I can get it in my head, the easier I think it would be to cut back even more. We shall see Jan 14, Tavia Bella rated it liked it. I already knew a bit about sugar detox from having quit sugar a few years ago. At the time my sugar addiction was extreme, I could eat an entire pie within a day and I did this once a week.

I ended up quitting most processed sugar for a couple of months and only having it from the occasional condiment. At best I was averaging six grams of sugar down from an estimated 50 grams prior to the detox.

I started eating sugar again after some personal setbacks, now I average about 30 grams a day.

In an I already knew a bit about sugar detox from having quit sugar a few years ago. In an attempt to become more self-actualized I'm attempting to go sugar-free again but this time for good. PROS 1. Highlights that consuming less sugar is a lifestyle choice 2.

Some decent information on foods to avoid and foods to enjoy CONS 1. Did not provide much useful information on how to deal with sugar detox I had withdrawal symptoms for a week and got helpful info for free online. While Wilson mentions this difficult she could have highlighted the symptoms and ways to alleviate the pain better.

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Wilson never mentions the important fact that added sugar is completely unnecessary excluding those with certain health issues for the body to function properly. Not very many helpful tips as far as measurements for sugar alternatives 3.

The general advice was lacking, for example, she advises not to bring sugar home but what tips can she offer those of us who live with sugar fiends? Overall I learned a few things and feel that this book does an okay job of introducing the message that sugar isn't good for us.

I wouldn't download this book, but I do intend to download one of her cookbooks in the future after I have mastered going sugar-free. A guide to quitting sugar The book is scientifically sound. This will contain your tracking information All our estimates are based on business days and assume that shipping and delivery don't occur on holidays and weekends. Delivery with Standard Australia Post usually happens within business days from time of dispatch.

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No you should not demonise one food group. 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.

May 30, Emma Todd rated it it was ok. I hesitate any time someone advocates the unending use of any ingredient be it honey, mapl At first, I thought I liked this book. May 26, Shelby Reap rated it really liked it Changed my life. To ask other readers questions about I Quit Sugar for Life , please sign up. Introduction Section - iii: Repetitive and impractical. Friend Reviews.

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