Sunday, 7 September 2014

Recommend A Book....Or Two - Day Seven

My challenge today is to recommend a book that I am currently reading or have read and loved. I'm going to recommend two books that I have read, continue to read and love. The two books are written by Sarah Wilson and if you haven't heard of them you must of had your head in a hole with ear plugs in for quite a while! 

Sarah Wilson is the creator of the I Quit Sugar blog and books all about...you guessed it quitting sugar! I actually own a few of her publications but only two in paper back. I love these books they are filled with amazing recipes and loads of great information a must buy for any foodies and health conscious folk out there. 


I bought the I Quit Sugar 8 week programme with all good intentions of doing it....urrr...... as of yet I have not but give me time! I have to admit sugar is definitely something I need to address in my diet, I have coconut sugar everyday and chocolate most days but these books give wonderful alternatives I just need to get cooking and have the goods there ready for when I need them! 


These books are laid out really well and the photos are easy on the eye and leave you wanting more. I look through these books and just want to try everything! Although I eat sugar most days I don't think my diet is bad it just needs a few adjustments and with all the studies on sugar being a demon for the diet I would like to lower my intake. If your the same and like me you want to cut down on sweet things then these books are a great way to help you do that, they cover breakfast, lunch, dinner and snacks so you won't go hungry and your taste buds will be having a party with these recipes! 

Before buying these books you can go any check out Sarah's blog where you can find loads of recipes and tips for living a sugar free life : )

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Questions:

Have you read these books?

What are you currently reading?

8 comments:

  1. I too would like to reduce my sugar intake, and yes these books are quite famous in the sugar free lifestyle circles. I haven't read these book yet, but I'm definitely going tp be looking at Sarah's blog more often. I have recently stopped drinking shop bough orange juice and fizzy drinks and have upped my water intake, so I'm going in the right direction :-)
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    1. I would definitely recommend them and it sounds like your going in the right direction x

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  2. Hey Tam! Thanks for dropping by my blog! Now i realized you update this challenge on blog too! Have been following the one on dayre. Anyway, such a good blog, i guess i finally found somewhere i can search for food and fitness tips! YAY! :DDD

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    1. Hello!!! Awwww thank you! You'll have no trouble finding lots of health and fitness tips here! x

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  3. I like the Michael Pollan bosoks- he explores different areas of food and nutrition, and although he is based in the US, most of it relates to the UK too..

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    1. Thank you for the recommendation I will check him out : )

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  4. The I Quit Sugar for Life book is so great! Although I would never look to quit sugar for life, it's full of inspirational and delicious looking recipes.

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    1. Isn't it just everything looks sooooo good!

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