Sugar Addiction

  • by Alex Grayson
  • Narrated by Neal Chandran
  • 0 hrs and 31 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Discover how to stop sugar addiction and understand the benefits of a sugar detox
Battle the desires, and perceive the triggers that cause sugar addiction. When we consider dependence we don't generally relate it with sugar. A huge number of individuals have had the capacity to beat the addiction, and you can as well. In fact, millions of people suffer from sugar addiction, and as a result they destroy their health, energy, and self-esteem. So you are not alone. Dealing with a sugar addiction can be one of the most difficult problems to defeat on your own. This book gives you strategies and tools to help you overcome your sugar addiction and get you on the fast track to health and defeat that sweet deception. You will learn how to overcome sugar addiction once and for all. Included are tips that will help you stay the course during and after the detox.
Here is a preview of what you'll learn


How Sugar Is Negatively Affecting Our Lives
Can Sugar Be Really Toxic?
What Is a Sugar Detox?
The Benefits of Sugar Detox
How Can You Perform a Sugar Detox?
Bonus Tips That Will Help You Stay the Course During and After the Detox
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Goose egg

This book wasn’t for you, but who do you think might enjoy it more?

Maybe a ten year old who enjoys socialistic propaganda.


What could Alex Grayson have done to make this a more enjoyable book for you?

He could have shortened it from 30 mins to one sentence (spoiler): Go cold turkey off of sugar for a couple weeks. There, that's all that is in this book.


Would you be willing to try another one of Neal Chandran’s performances?

No. I was not impressed.


What reaction did this book spark in you? Anger, sadness, disappointment?

I guess disappointment. I just thought it might have been more insightful.


Any additional comments?

Waste of time/money.

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- aaron gilbert

Sugar Addiction

The author lacks alternatives to sugar and treats his readers with a brash attitude telling us that we "have to or else" leaving the reader feel stupid. Let me tell you that I have a psychology masters and no one in there right mind would ever word this book the way he did. Secondly, all of the works in the book are copied/noted from other authors giving me the open question "does he actually know anything himself"? Third, you only want this book for a quick study and nothing more.

This performance was sharp tongued with little possibility to get too much further in life. The two are a great pair in how to not write a book.
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- Angela Kennedy

Book Details

  • Release Date: 12-22-2014
  • Publisher: Chris Adkins