The Sweet Poison Quit Plan

The Sweet Poison Quit Plan 1

How to Kick the Sugar Habit and Lose Weight

by David Gillespie

Paperback / softback Publication Date: 28/06/2010

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The Sweet Poison Quit Plan is the long-awaited 'how to' supplement to the best-selling Sweet Poison. It features: an overview of why sugar is bad and why we get addicted; a five-step plan to kicking the habit; tailored advice for men and women; a guide to sugar-free shopping (how to read the labels and what is safe/unsafe in each supermarket aisle); recipes for sugar-free treats (think ice-cream and cakes); advice on living sugar-free with kids. Packed with reader anecdotes and lists to help you organise your sugar-free life, this book presents one of the most accessible and achievable strategies around for losing weight and avoiding some of the more pernicious lifestyle diseases that are increasingly associated with excessive sugar consumption.
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David Gillespie

Former corporate lawyer, David Gillespie is the best-selling author of the Sweet Poison books, Big Fat Lies, Free Schools and Toxic Oil.He lives in Brisbane with his wife and six children.

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    I downloaded the e-book of his Sweet Poison but purchased the paper back of this one. This is even mor easy to read that Sweet Poison and makes a compelling case for why we should all try to eliminate or reduce sugar in our diets. He has a 5 step plan to help you achieve this. I am not sure I have the sugar addiction he has but it is amazing that in 6 weeks of cutting down I have lost 2 kgs and feel ever so much better. I grew up having sugar on my cereal and dessert after dinner and a biscuit for arvo tea - those habits are so ingrained. Breaking them is the hard thing but it's worth it.

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