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That Sugar Book

Author : Damon Gameau
ISBN : 9781447299721
Genre : Cooking
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In the health documentary That Sugar Film, writer and director Damon Gameau enlists the help of Stephen Fry, Hugh Jackman and leading scientists around the world to shine a light on the terrible effects of sugar. In a Supersize Me-style experiment, he changes his diet to include 40 teaspoons of sugar a day for 60 days - the average daily sugar intake in Australia - and monitors the effect on his body. But here is the catch - he cannot eat chocolate, sweets, ice cream or cake; the sugar must come from 'healthy' foods. In this illustrated That Sugar Book, Damon explains how sugar damages our bodies and our minds, and how easy it is to consume sugar without even knowing it. Revealing the astonishing amounts of sugar hidden in supposedly healthy foods on supermarket shelves - such as low-fat yoghurt, muesli and children's fruit snacks - Damon makes us realise the damage we unknowingly do to ourselves and our families when we make poor food choices, and shows us how to make it right. With an up-close account of Damon's sugar experiment, and sugar-free recipes to help you wean off the white stuff, That Sugar Book is a startling wake-up call to those of us who have never questioned what's really in our food.

That Sugar Guide

Author : Damon Gameau
ISBN : 9781743549278
Genre : Cooking
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From the bestselling author of That Sugar Book 'My hope is that one day consuming less sugar will not be thought of as a diet or a meal plan but will simply be known as eating.' Following on from the runaway success of Damon Gameau's That Sugar Film and That Sugar Book, this is the book that brings the sugar-free message into the home and onto the family table. With 80 everyday low-sugar recipes by passionate home cook Zoe, That Sugar Guide will show you how to easily transition from sugary processed food to real food. The book is divided into two parts. The 'Bridging Week' offers accessible science and friendly advice on cutting back on the white stuff, plus recipes to help your body and palate adjust to a new, exciting and healthy way of living. The 'Consolidation Phase' is your manual for long-term healthy eating for you and your family. Fun, friendly and fact-filled, this is a book that teaches us to choose, cook, eat and love the sort of food that will nourish our bodies and sustain our health, not for weeks or months, but for life. Fans of Sarah Wilson and David Gillespie will love That Sugar Book and That Sugar Guide. A specially formatted fixed layout ebook that retains the look and feel of the print book.

The Maple Sugar Book

Author : Helen Nearing
ISBN : 9781603581271
Genre : Nature
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A half-century ago, the world was trying to heal the wounds of global war. People were rushing to make up for lost time, grasping for material wealth. This was the era of "total electric living," a phrase beamed into living rooms by General Electric spokesman Ronald Reagan. Environmental awareness was barely a gleam in the eye of even Rachel Carson. And yet, Helen and Scott Nearing were on a totally different path, having left the city for the country, eschewing materialistic society in a quest for the self-sufficiency they deemed "the Good Life." Chelsea Green is pleased to honor their example by publishing a new edition of The Maple Sugar Book, complete with a new section of never-before-published photos of the Nearings working on the sugaring operation, and an essay by Greg Joly relating the story behind the book and placing the Nearings' work in the context of their neighborhood and today's maple industry. Maple sugaring was an important source of cash for the Nearings, as it continues to be for many New England farmers today. This book is filled with a history of sugaring from Native American to modern times, with practical tips on how to sap trees, process sap, and market syrup. In an age of microchips and software that are obsolete before you can install them, maple sugaring is a process that's stood the test of time. Fifty years after its original publication in 1950, The Maple Sugar Book is as relevant as ever to the homestead or small-scale commercial practitioner.

Bitterness Of Sugar Book Of Facts And Experiences With Diabetes And A Guide To Diet And Experience

Author : Dr. Pradeep Mathur
ISBN : 8120909623
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The Case Against Sugar

Author : Gary Taubes
ISBN : 9780451493996
Genre : Health & Fitness
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From the best-selling author of Why We Get Fat, a groundbreaking, eye-opening exposé that makes the convincing case that sugar is the tobacco of the new millennium: backed by powerful lobbies, entrenched in our lives, and making us very sick. Among Americans, diabetes is more prevalent today than ever; obesity is at epidemic proportions; nearly 10% of children are thought to have nonalcoholic fatty liver disease. And sugar is at the root of these, and other, critical society-wide, health-related problems. With his signature command of both science and straight talk, Gary Taubes delves into Americans' history with sugar: its uses as a preservative, as an additive in cigarettes, the contemporary overuse of high-fructose corn syrup. He explains what research has shown about our addiction to sweets. He clarifies the arguments against sugar, corrects misconceptions about the relationship between sugar and weight loss; and provides the perspective necessary to make informed decisions about sugar as individuals and as a society. From the Hardcover edition.

Sugar And Power In The Dominican Republic

Author : Michael R. Hall
ISBN : 0313311277
Genre : History
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Examines the powerful impact and development that the sugar industry had on U.S.-Dominican relations as the primary vehicle of reciprocal manipulation from 1958 to 1962.

The House That Sugar Built

Author : Donna Brewster
ISBN : 1872350720
Genre : Barbados
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The Sugar Book

Author : Johannes Goransson
ISBN : 1939460166
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Poetry. "It's as though his poetry takes us to the forest in Lars von Trier's Anti-Christ, where it's filmed, but then suddenly we find ourselves standing in front of a vanished movie theatre of our home. Göransson's poetry is a film that Death peeks at, the scene of shooting the film, the film shot on a roll of film, the movie theatre, the Arcadia. A single poem is the world's interior and exterior, it convulses wildly like an animal that has eaten the poem's interior and exterior all together with silver. bang bang."--Kim Hyesoon "'I make a language out of the bleed-through.' Göransson sure as fuck does. These poems made me cry. So sad and anxious and genius and glarey bright."--Rebecca Loudon

Bittersweet

Author : Peter Macinnis
ISBN : 1865086576
Genre : Cooking
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An historical journey of the discovery and development of sugar around the world.

Blood Sugar

Author : Laura Shepherd-Robinson
ISBN : 9781509880805
Genre : Fiction
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‘A page-turner of a crime thriller . . . This is a world conveyed with convincing, terrible clarity’ - C. J. Sansom Blood & Sugar is the thrilling debut historical crime novel from Laura Shepherd-Robinson for fans of C. J. Sansom and Andrew Taylor. June, 1781. An unidentified body hangs upon a hook at Deptford Dock – horribly tortured and branded with a slaver’s mark. Some days later, Captain Harry Corsham – a war hero embarking upon a promising parliamentary career – is visited by the sister of an old friend. Her brother, passionate abolitionist Tad Archer, had been about to expose a secret that he believed could cause irreparable damage to the British slaving industry. He’d said people were trying to kill him, and now he is missing . . . To discover what happened to Tad, Harry is forced to pick up the threads of his friend’s investigation, delving into the heart of the conspiracy Tad had unearthed. His investigation will threaten his political prospects, his family’s happiness, and force a reckoning with his past, risking the revelation of secrets that have the power to destroy him. And that is only if he can survive the mortal dangers awaiting him in Deptford . . .

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