The 8 Week Blood Sugar Diet by Dr Michael Mosley

Lose weight fast and reprogramme your body. How to prevent and reverse Type 2 Diabetes (and stay off medication)

Michael Mosley

Published by Short Books in Paperback (££8.99) on 16-01-2016

Dr Michael Mosley, author of the bestselling 5:2 Fast Diet, reveals a game-changing approach to one of the greatest silent epidemics of our time – raised blood sugar levels.

The food we eat today, high in sugar and easily digestible carbohydrates, is not only making us fat, but is putting us at risk of type 2 diabetes, strokes, dementia, cancer and a lifetime on medication. More than a third of adults in the UK now have raised blood sugar levels and most don’t know it.

In this timely book, Dr Mosley explains why we pile on dangerous abdominal fat and shows us how to shed it, fast. He demolishes common myths, such as the claim that steady weight loss is always better than rapid weight loss and that those who lose weight rapidly will inevitably put it back on.

This is a book not just for those at highest risk but for anyone who has struggled with their weight and wants to regain control of their health.

 

  • “Draws on the latest scientific studies and weaves in moving stories… conveys real understanding of the greatest health problem of our time.” Professor Roy Taylor, University of Newcastle

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