Sugar Addiction Books
Freedom from Obesity and Sugar Addiction by Martha Pekarek
After more than forty years of dieting, author Martha Pekarek solved her obesity problems by ending her sugar addiction and losing the final seventy pounds!Â Martha Pekarek has a lifetime interest in holistic health and nutrition and holds a BA in Biology from Hayward State University in California.
She uses easy-to-understand language to explain the obesity dilemma and offers simple solutions to help you conquer your sugar addiction and lose the excess fat.
You cannot read this book without asking yourself if you’re willing to take charge of your destiny and take a final, radical step toward total freedom from sugar addiction.
If you are a sugar addict, this book is written for you. You can literally change your body chemistry, end your sugar cravings, and burn fat by developing healthy habits.
Beat Sugar Addiction NOW! by Dr. Jacob Teitelbaum
Sugar sensitivity is as powerful an addiction as tobacco or alcohol–and one of the most difficult to break sugarâ€™s prevalence in the modern diet. With one-third of our calories coming from sugar, white flour, and processed foods sugar addiction is a rapidly growing epidemic. However, unlike other addictions going “cold turkey” wonâ€™t fix it nor will a “one size fits all” approach. In this groundbreaking book, nationally recognized physician Dr. Jacob Teitelbaum uncovers four distinct sugar addiction types and gives a step-by-step plan for resolving their underlying causes and breaking sugar cravings forever.
Suicide By Sugar by Dr. Nancy Appleton
It is a dangerous, addictive white powder that can be found in abundance throughout this country. It is not illegal. In fact, it is available in or near playgrounds, schools, workplaces, homes, and vacation spots. It is in practically everything we eat and drink, and once we’re hooked on it, the cravings can be overwhelming. This white substance of abuse is sugar. Once associated only with cavities and simple weight gain, it is now linked to a host of devastating health conditions including cancer, epilepsy, dementia, hypoglycemia, obesity, and more. In this book, sugar addiction expert Dr. Nancy Appleton and health writer G.N. Jacobs not only expose the exorbitant levels of sugar we ingest, but also document the connection between our current health crisis and our sweet tooth.
Suicide by Sugar begins with the story of Dr. Appleton’s battle with her own sugar addiction. Next, the authors examine all the frightening (and unknown) things that can go wrong when people consume too much sugar-from increased susceptibility to disease to imbalanced body chemistry. They go on to discuss the various ways scientists measure sugar’s impact on blood glucose, and explain why these statistics cannot be solely relied on when choosing foods. The authors provide shocking information about the amount of sugar found in many popular foods and beverages, and on in-depth discussion of the ailments now associated with excessive sugar consumption. Finally, Dr. Appleton’s easy-to-follow, effective lifestyle plan-complete with recipes-guides you in eliminating sugar from your life.
As children, we fall under the spell of ads that lure us to indulge in all things sweet. Is it any wonder that as adultsso few of us can see the dark side of sugar? Suicide by Sugar shines a bright light on our nation’s addiction and helps us begin the journey toward health.