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Excerpt from I Quit Sugar by Sarah Wilson

Excerpt from I Quit Sugar by Sarah Wilson

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Published by The Recipe Club
A week-by-week guide to quitting sugar to lose weight; boost energy; and improve your looks, mood, and overall health, with 108 sugarfree recipes.
A week-by-week guide to quitting sugar to lose weight; boost energy; and improve your looks, mood, and overall health, with 108 sugarfree recipes.

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Published by: The Recipe Club on Jan 30, 2014
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WEEK TWO
—1
 
introduction
—1
INTRODUCTION
What started out as just a New Year experiment became something more. Giving up sugar was easier than I thought, and I felt better than ever, so I just kept going and going.I interviewed dozens of experts around the world and did my own research as a qualified health coach. I experimented, using myself as a guinea pig, and eventually assembled a stack of scientifically tested techniques that really worked. Then I got serious and committed. I chose.
HESE
 
THINGS
 
ARE
 
ALWAYS
 
A
 
MATTER
 
OF 
 
CHOOSING
. A
ND
 
COMMITTING
.
We have a deep-rooted resistance to quitting sugar. We grow up with an emotional and physical attach-ment to it. Just the idea of not being able to turn to
THREE YEARS AGO I DECIDED TO QUIT SUGAR.I’d played with the idea many times before, but had never quite gone the full distance. Then I decided to get serious.
it when we’re feeling happy or want to celebrate, or when we’re feeling low or tired, terrifies us. If not a sweet treat, then what? Well, I’ll tell you what:
A
MIND
 
AND
 
BODY 
 
THAT 
S
 
CLEAN
 
AND
 
CLEAR
.
But I soon learned that when you quit sugar, you can feel very much on your own. Our modern food system is set up around sugar, and seductively so. A granola bar can contain more sugar than a block of chocolate; everyday barbeque sauce, more than chocolate topping. You try to do the right thing only to find low-fat yogurt contains more sugar than ice cream. You feed your kids “whole grain” cereal in the morning with some juice and pack their lunchbox with “healthy” snacks, like raisins or fruit. By lunch, they’ve eaten their way through a Milky Way-bar-and-cola-can-worth of sugar.

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