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                      "Avoiding sugar is the easiest, safest, and most permanent way to stay
                      slim" is the bold promise nutritionist Ann Louise Gittleman makes in her
                      book Get the Sugar Out. Gittleman, who also authored Beyond
                      Pritikin, gives the hard facts about why refined sugar contributes to
                      weight gain, mood swings, weak immunity, diabetes, and more. Low-fat
                      diets, the book claims, frequently let people down, because
                      manufactured fat-free foods often contain more sugar than their full-fat
                      counterparts!

                      Don't be fooled, though: ridding your diet of sugar will not be an easy
                      task. The 501 tips provided in the book may seem rather daunting at
                      times. Luckily, Gittleman doesn't expect you to incorporate all of them
                      into your life. She notes, "Even if you incorporate only one-tenth of the
                      tips in this book, you're sure to reduce the sugar in your diet and change
                      your life in a positive and noticeable way." So even if you find it's too
                      difficult to give up your diet sodas, you can still improve your health by
                      learning all the names sugar hides under (including tongue twisters such
                      as xylitol, sorghum syrup, mannitol, and maltodextrin) and avoiding
                      products that contain them. Some of Gittleman's suggestions, though,
                      are not only simple, but fun. For example, you can substitute frozen
                      grapes, raspberries, and blueberries for hard candy. This easy-to-read
                      book even has 50 delicious recipes (how about Peanut Butter Muffins
                      or "Gone Nutty" Frozen Bananas?) and a week's menu to get you
                      started. So if you're ready to get going on "a satisfying, high-energy,
                      low-sugar regimen," this just may be the book for you. --Jenny Brown

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                      From Booklist , August 19, 1996
                      Her antisugar message may fall on deaf ears, since Americans consume
                      more than 150 pounds of the sweet substance per capita each year.
                      Some of her more than 500 tips place too stringent a regimen on those
                      used to eating moderate amounts of desserts. Nonetheless, Gittleman
                      proffers sound advice amid the harsh proselytizing. Scattered throughout
                      the tips are 50 recipes, from carrot butter to frozen parsnip dessert, that
                      help encourage everyone to eliminate sugar and learn to enjoy a more
                      healthful lifestyle. Barbara Jacobs
                      Copyright© 1996, American Library Association. All rights
                      reserved

                      Book Description of Get the Sugar Out :by Ann Louise Gittleman, Anne L.
                      Gittleman
                      This timely book is aimed at the millions of people whose low-fat diets
                      aren't providing the health benefits and weight loss they expect. The
                      reason? The "healthy" promise of low-fat products masks the
                      excessively high levels of cornstarch, sucrose, and other forms of sugar.
                      More than 50 recipes make Get the Sugar Out a great guide to
                      low-sugar adaptations of favorite meals, snacks, drinks and desserts.

                      Synopsis of Get the Sugar Out :by Ann Louise Gittleman, Anne L. Gittleman
                      An up-to-date, comprehensive guide to reducing the sugar in one's diet
                      features more than fifty recipes for low-sugar meals and desserts, along
                      with tips on reading food labels and ratings of popular foods. 25,000
                      first printing.

                      Synopsis of Get the Sugar Out :by Ann Louise Gittleman, Anne L. Gittleman
                      This timely book is aimed at the millions of people whose low-fat diets
                      aren't providing the health benefits and weight loss they expect. The
                      reason? The "healthy" promise of low-fat products masks the
                      excessively high levels of cornstarch, sucrose, and other forms of sugar.
                      More than 50 recipes make Get the Sugar Out a great guide to
                      low-sugar adaptations of favorite meals, snacks, drinks and desserts.

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Get the Sugar Out :by Ann Louise Gittleman, Anne L. Gittleman

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