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Sugar is an addictive substance, just like caffeine, nicotine, or alcohol. And whilst we all know that a diet high in sugar can cause obesity, heart disease, cancer and diabetes, it is now also linked to a wide range of other serious health conditions, such as poor brain development in children, cataracts - even Alzheimer's. Quite simply, our excess intake of sugar, from the spoonfuls we tip into our tea to the high levels of fructose hidden in packaged foods, is making us fat and sick, and is prematurely aging our skin.

©2014 Richard McGregor (P)2014 Richard McGregor

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useless

This book says that you will learn how to reduce your sugar Cravings. there's nothing in it that talks about breaking the habit.

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Don't Do IT

This book wasn’t for you, but who do you think might enjoy it more?

I wanted to like it, but so OBVIOUS! A kindergartner could have done the same thing

What was most disappointing about Tracy-Ann Hyman’s story?

no motivation at all and the recipies were laughable

What three words best describe Dan Absalonson’s performance?

she was sweet...but not entertaining

You didn’t love this book... but did it have any redeeming qualities?

no...