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Sweet Poison

- Why Sugar Makes Us Fat
 Format: Paperback  Author: David Gillespie  Category: Diet, Food  Publisher: Penguin  Published: January 1, 2008  ISBN: 0718179072  ISBN: 978-0718179076  Pages: 208  Country: United States  Language: English  Dimension: 7.8 x 0.55 x 5.08 inches  Item Weight: 5.6 ounces  Edition: 1st Edition (January 1, 2008)  Amazon  Apple Books  Walmart  Biblio  Thriftbooks

David Gillespie’s personal struggle with weight loss led him to a groundbreaking discovery: cutting sugar from his diet not only helped him shed excess pounds quickly but also enabled him to sustain his weight loss. In his book, “Sweet Poison,” Gillespie unveils the detrimental effects of sugar consumption on health and offers practical advice on overcoming sugar addiction.

Through his own experience and extensive research, Gillespie exposes sugar as a major contributor to weight gain and various health issues. He provides readers with valuable insights into the addictive nature of sugar and offers actionable steps to break free from its grip. “Sweet Poison” serves as a comprehensive guide for anyone looking to improve their health by reducing sugar intake and adopting a more balanced diet.

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