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WHY DID THIS DOC WRITE A "COPY CAT" VERSION OF THE" SUGAR BUSTERS" DIET? DO WE NEED ANOTHER ANTI-SUGAR DIET?

jan asked this question Jan 12th, 2013 4:28 pm

THIS SOUNDS LIKE A "COPY CAT" VERSION OF "SUGAR BUSTERS DIET" THAT HAS BEEN OUT SINCE THE 80'S AND IS A PROVEN DIET FOR DIABETICS AND THOSE OF US WHO WANT TO LOSE WEIGHT-
****QUESTION-WHY WOULD ANYONE WANT TO TRY SOMETHING THAT JUST CAME OUT AND IS NOT EVEN TESTED BY MANY PEOPLE! (SUGAR BUSTERS WAS ALSO WRITTEN BY 4 MD'S AND REALLY WORKS!) THE CONCEPT IS ESSENTIALLY THE SAME!

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Barbara Leonard

I have not read the "Sugar Busters Diet," but I have heard that it is very restrictive. The difference, from what I can tell, is that you can still eat some of the starchy foods you love on the Sugar Blockers Diet, but you learn how to eat them in such a way that the sugars are absorbed into the system more slowly, and are thus used more effectively. Even if you are not trying to lose weight, "The Sugar Blockers Diet" is an extremely interesting book. I read it twice in a row. I have started following the tips in the book, and my blood sugar levels have dropped dramatically, as well as cholesterol and triglycerides. My doctor was very pleasantly surprised in the drops in my numbers. I have honestly never really felt deprived following this plan. If the "Sugar Busters Diet" works for people, that is great. This one works for many people too. I see no reason not to have two books and plans. To each his own. :)


posted on Mar 17th, 2013 5:52 pm