Over the past week, I’ve had alot of questions about my quitting sugar journey. Many of you are looking for some good resources so today I’m going to share with you my top two resources that I’ve found on quitting sugar and why you should really invest in both of them if you are serious about quitting sugar.
Some time ago, I stumbled across Sarah Wilson’s website and have been thoroughly enjoying her posts ever since. I was in the process of trying to find out anything and everything about quitting sugar and her teachings really resonated with me.
Sarah is an Australian blogger, journalist, TV host and health coach. She is the Author of I Quit Sugar: Your Complete 8-Week Detox Program and Cookbook. It’s an 8-week program and Cookbook.
Hook yourself up with both of these gems…they are super-good!
Her teachings are to gradually reduce your sugar intake for the first week and then she continues on week by week. Personally, I didn’t gradually limit my sugar, I quit cold turkey. I’m either an all in or all out kinda gal but for alot of people, this technique really works. There are several recipes at the end but for more great ideas, you’ll also want to pick up her cookbook as well. Extremely well done. “Go for the combo pack.”
And the other resource that I wanted to share with you is David Gillespie…
Interestingly enough, some of Sarah’s research is based on former lawyer David Gillespie. David Gillespie wrote Sweet Poison Quit Plan.
Sweet Poison Quit Plan. This is a spectacular book.
David is extremely knowledgeable about the subject of quitting sugar (particularly fructose) and goes into great detail about how to enjoy a life without sugar. This book goes into quite a bit more detail than the I Quit Sugar Plan but is also a very easy read and you don’t have to be a rocket scientist to figure stuff out. David lost an incredible amount of weight by removing fructose from his life and has a great story that I’m sure you’ll enjoy. It’s good stuff!
There are several more books that I’ve researched but these two are the ones that I’m going to include as a resource here for you today as I found they’ve provided me with the most solid information and the best read.
I would love to hear if you have read any good books on quitting sugar. What ones did you find were most helpful on your journey?
And, if you’re looking for some FREE advice on how to get started, subscribe to get access to A Girl’s Guide To Quitting Sugar. My 7-page guide will help you get started on your journey and many have said it has been very helpful for them. I hope you’ll take the time to go and grab that now!
In closing, I would like to fully disclose that I am an Amazon Associate. That means, if you should chose to purchase either book, I will earn a commission from that purchase. However, you will not incur any additional costs in doing so.