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Summary

A 66-day plan for going sugar-free from an eating disorder specialist and therapist who broke free of her own sugar addiction.

Our relationship with food can be complicated: for many, food soothes painful emotions, it nurtures, it numbs, it provides a 'high'. Breaking Up With Sugar offers a plan for the complete transformation of many people's destructive relationship with food.

For these people, sugar is often the culprit: it produces physical, neurological and endocrine changes that render the individual powerless over their compulsion to eat.  

Molly Carmel struggled with her own eating disorder for over 20 years, and, finding no solutions in available treatments, she created The Beacon, where she helps clients recover from similar addictions. Her step-by-step instructions are designed to take the guesswork out of sugar-free eating and help people start a new, healthier relationship with food. 

With eight vows to return to and rely on and guidance on how to divorce dieting forever, Breaking Up With Sugar offers an individualised, sustainable and realistic plan for eating and thriving for life.

PLEASE NOTE: When you purchase this title, the accompanying PDF will be available in your Audible Library along with the audio.

©2020 Molly Carmel (P)2020 Hodder & Stoughton Limited

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  • 08-01-20

Good cocept

I struggled.... it goes on a bit and repeats basic ideas. The concept is good but there is not enough about the psychology of relationships to make it work. The sections where the author talks through thought scenarios (of which there are too many), come across as negative affirmations when your listening to them.
I am only just over weight, but wanted to learn more about sugar addiction. I think this book is designed for morbidly obese people, so perhaps I'm not the target audience?