This ground-breaking new book exposes just how dangerous sugar is and gives you simple, practical suggestions for natural and healthy alternatives.
The overload of sugar in your diet is putting your health and even your life at risk warns the UK’s leading nutritionist Dr Marilyn Glenville PhD in this essential guide to life without the white stuff.
Sugar, she warns, is largely to blame for our rising levels of stress and premature ageing including Cancer, Alzheimer's,
heart disease, diabetes and overweight.
Even moderate sugar intake on a regular basis is implicated in fungal infections, mood swings, low energy and libido, brain
fog and memory problems, inflammation and general lowered immunity.
Exposing just how dangerous sugar is and cutting through the myths and confusion around 'natural' sweeteners here Dr
Glenville gives you practical simple suggestions for natural and healthy alternatives.
Backed by the scientific evidence, inside you will discover:
• What is ‘sugar’?
• What effects does sugar have on your health?
• How sugar can increase your risk of heart disease, cancer, diabetes and obesity
• Just how ‘natural’ are ‘natural’ sweeteners? – The answer may surprise you.
• Can supplements help curb your cravings?
• A simple 5 day sugar detox plan
• 36 delicious sweet recipes made without sugar
It’s time to ditch the sugar, banish those sugar cravings once and for all and enjoy a healthy sugar-free life. And this
book will show you how.
Dr Marilyn Glenville, the UK's leading nutritionist specialising in women’s health, gives you all the information you need
about sugar and how it effects your health.
Who doesn’t love a sugary treat? From cupcakes to chocolate bars, from the great British Bake-Off to Sunday afternoon
crumpets and cake, we’ve been raised on the sweet stuff – sugar has been a lifelong treat for most of us. But now the tide is
turning. Over the last few years the media has been full of stories about the problems with sugar in our diet. Not to put too
fine a point on it – we are putting our health and even our lives at risk with the overload of sugar in our diet.
However it seems there is still a great deal of confusion out there surrounding sugar.
What do we mean by ‘sugar’?
What effects does sugar have on your health?
If you do cut out or reduce sugar, what do you replace it with?
Again and again I am asked questions about sugar, both during consultations and following my talks. It is clear that people
are still confused about the whole sugar issue: they want clear explanations of exactly why it is not good for their heath and
what they can do about it. Hence this book…