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Sarah Wilson was addicted to sugar. She needed it every day. She convinced herself it was â good sugar". But sugar is sugar. And it was making her sick, tired and bloated. She set about researching all the different ways to quit the stuff. It took a while. But in the process she found what works - for good - and developed The Complete 8-Week Program that outlines easy techniques that are kind, sensible and totally work.

This book is perfect for you if you're:

--Ready to quit sugar or have tried on your own and can't get past the first few days (there's a very important reason for this, which we'll be sharing!).
--Looking for a detailed explanation of why you should quit sugar alongside an in-depth, step-by-step guide.
--Searching for tools to accurately track weight loss and health progress.
--After 50 introductory recipes to support your sugar-quitting journey.
--Looking for guidance through the various stages of detox Sarah Wilson and the I Quit Sugar team.
--Keen for advice on how to kill cravings in an instant.
--Looking to re-stock the fridge, pantry and freezer with ready to go sugar-free foods.
--Ready for a total lifestyle change, not just a quick fix.

What others say

"I weighed 78kgs when I started and I'm at 68kgs six months later. In addition, I do not have the anger issues, depression/mood swing issues, joint pain (my pain is gone!) and I am all around a more energetic person." Nicole

"I've been sugar free for almost 12 months. I love the way it makes me feel - lots of energy! I'm amazed how much I don't crave sweets anymore. My skin is glowing." Di
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Introduction

My story

Are you ready to quit?

Four Ways to Track Your Progress

The 8-Week Program

- Week 1: Cutting back.

- Week 2: Operation Quit and replace sugar with fat.

- Week 3: How much sugar are we eating? Know your labels.

- Week 4: Clean Week. Dealing with cravings.

- Week 5: Dealing with doubts from others and eating out.

- Week 6: Add some sweetness back in.

- Week 7: Coping with lapses and some scary sugar factlets.

- Week 8: Refining and moving forward.

I Quit Sugar 8-Week Program Essentials Kit

By Dan Buettner 

National Geographic Fellow and New York Times bestselling author of The Blue Zones: Lessons for Living Longer from the People Who’ve Lived the Longest.

I’ve spent over a decade studying what centenarians eat to be 100 and I can tell you a few things for sure. First is that evolution provides important cues for helping us decide what to eat. Think about what your grandparents ate, the quantity, the level of processing, the freshness, and you can get a pretty good idea of what humans have been eating for the past few centuries. Second, we all need to experiment and find out what works for our lifestyle and our particular body chemistry. I believe that vegetables are good for you but if I eat eggplant – and I don’t know why eggplant – the roof of my mouth swells like a sea anemone. Third, if we eat what we like we’re going to probably eat it for long enough to make a real difference in our health – for better of for worse.

Which is why I like Sarah Wilson’s approach to eating, and particularly this eBook. Sarah is a food explorer of the highest order. She began her deep dive into the science of eating not because she wanted to sell books, but because she had an intrinsically personal and authentic motive: she needed to heal herself. She then proceeded with journalistic rigor and Machiavellian resolve to get primary sources of dietary information. She’s personally interviewed the top scientists and/or has metabolised their research to produce a powerful understanding of how food impacts our wellness. Then she travelled the world in search of recipes that match her best practices.

My advice: Take a Sarah Wilsonesque expedition of your own through the pages of this book and watch wellness ensue!

Dan Buettner

I’d played with the idea many times before, talked about it and felt guilty about not doing it. But 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 consulted dozens of experts and did my own research as a qualified health coach. I experimented, using myself as a guinea pig, and eventually assembled a wealth of techniques that really worked. Then I got serious and committed. I chose. These things are always a matter of choosing. And committing.

We have a deep-rooted resistance to quitting sugar. We grow up with an emotional and physical attachment to it. Just the idea of not being able to turn to 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