Sweet Poison

Sweet Poison

Why Sugar Makes Us Fat

Book - 2013
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Understand and break your addiction to sugar with David Gillespie's Sweet Poison.
Publisher: London : 2013. Penguin Books,
2008. ,
ISBN: 9780718179076
Branch Call Number: ANF 613.283 GILL
Characteristics: 208 pages ; 20 cm

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KathyS82
Mar 08, 2016

This book literally changed my life. I was always a naturally chubby but healthy person but always wished I could loose the few extra kilo's that I always carried. I eat healthy, don't have a sweet tooth, and did a lot of exercise but could never get to my ideal weight. After I read this and followed David's advice by cutting out the hidden sugar, I lost 10kg! I didn't even know I was carrying that much extra weight. I feel great too. It's like my tastebuds came alive and everything tastes amazing. My appetite is no longer out of control, I have zero to none cravings, don't bloat as much, and my menstrual cycle became like clockwork. So I am an avid supporter of no sugar. I definitely recommend it to everyone.

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Wattage
Aug 06, 2015

If you read no other diet book, make sure you read this one.

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StellaCometa
Sep 30, 2012

Makes a cogent argument about the connection between increased fructose in the diet and obesity

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Maleis
Sep 10, 2011

Good to read with "wheat belly" by dr Davis to get a holistic view on modern health problems

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