Win the SUGAR War
100 Real-Life Stories of Conquering Cravings-And Pounds
Nature never intended for us to live without sugar. In fact, our love of sweets is programmed into our genes. It guaranteed our survival as a species.
Of course, Nature never anticipated the serve-yourself soda fountains at convenience stores, the dessert trays in restaurants, or the candy displays at supermarket checkouts. These days, we can eat as much sugar as we want. And we want too much.
When we overindulge in sweets, it's not just our waistlines that suffer. Various studies have linked excessive sugar consumption with conditions ranging from fatigue and tooth decay to immune dysfunction, nutritional deficiencies, and insulin resistance and diabetes.
Even though we don't need to give up sugar completely, just cutting back can seem daunting--especially when our genes are saying, "Go ahead! Eat up!" But you can do it. Win the Sugar War will show you how, using real-world solutions from real-life women and men who tamed their appetites for sweets and, in many cases, trimmed unwanted pounds to boot.
Bethanny Davis dropped from a size 16 to a 10 once she found that she could satisfy her chocolate tooth with miniature candy bars. Robert Fisher lost 70 pounds in 6 months by taking walks to shake off his midafternoon sugar cravings. Ruby Goldsmith shed 80 pounds--and brought her diabetes under control--after she started sending leftover desserts home with her dinner guests.
Their stories, and 97 others, will touch your heart and stoke your willpower. If they can succeed in defeating their "sugar genes," you can, too!
AUTHORBIOHolly McCord, R.D., has been the nutrition editor for Prevention magazine since 1993. Her monthly column, "Nutrition News," is among the most popular in the magazine. Her previous books include Prevention's The Peanut Butter Diet and Win the Cholesterol War.
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Outsmart Your Sweet Tooth and Drop Unwanted Pounds for Good
Win the Sugar War
Makes It Easy!
You love sweets. But you could do without the extra weight they pack on, not to mention the other health concerns they're blamed for.
The good news is, you don't need to give up every last granule of sugar to slim down and stay disease-free. Even a small reduction in how many sweets you eat can make a big difference in how you feel.
For proof, just turn to any of the 100 real-life stories in Win the Sugar War--inspirational stories from women and men who conquered their desire for sweets. Holly McCord, R.D., nutrition editor for Prevention magazine, recounts their remarkable experiences and reveals their proven strategies for success. Try their Winning Actions, and you're guaranteed to beat your own sugar habit!
Indulge in favorite treats guilt-free Silence out-of-control cravings Sweeten your mood without sugar Watch those extra pounds melt awayFrom Library Journal:
This sequel to Win the Fat War comes from the nutrition editor of Prevention magazine, who explains that the urge to indulge in sweets may result from low energy, mindless habit, genetics, stress, hormones, or thirst disguised as hunger. Overindulgence can contribute to obesity, diabetes, hypertension, heart disease, yeast infections, a suppressed immune system, and other nutritional deficiencies. Using concrete examples of people who have faced down a raging sweet tooth, depressed moods, or excess weight, the author provides a "winning action" or behavior-modifying tip with each vignette.
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