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Why diets fail (because you're addicted to sugar) : science explains how to end cravings, lose weight, and get healthy

Author: Nicole M Avena; John R Talbott
Publisher: Berkeley [Calif.] : Ten Speed Press, ©2014.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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This revolutionary eating plan reveals definitive proof that sugar is addictive, and presents the first science-based program to cut out the sugar, stop the cravings that cause most diets to eventually fail, and lose weight--permanently.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Nicole M Avena; John R Talbott
ISBN: 1607744864 9781607744863
OCLC Number: 910608545
Description: ix, 230 pages : illustrations
Contents: Introduction --
Why your past diet attempts have failed --
Weigh in on your sugar intake --
The new science of sugar addiction --
The sugar freedom plan for breaking your addiction --
What to eat and what not to eat --
Managing your withdrawal --
Managing your cravings --
Avoiding a relapse (and what to do if one occurs) --
Conclusion: How to maintain your new, addiction-free way of eating.
Responsibility: Nicole M. Avena and John R. Talbott.

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This revolutionary eating plan reveals definitive proof that sugar is addictive, and presents the first science-based program to cut out the sugar, stop the cravings that cause most diets to eventually fail, and lose weight--permanently.

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