Sweet Food Story

In Sweet Food Story, Dr Libby explains the sugar conundrum, how the body uses sweet foods and ingredients and why you may crave them. She also explains the biochemical pathways involved in the digestion, absorption and utilisation of sweet foods.

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Sweet Food Story provides you with recipes created by the incredible Chef Cynthia Louise that offer practical and very delicious ways to enjoy sweet foods made from whole-food ingredients.

Included in this book are drinks, sauces, snacks, baking, puddings and desserts that your body, mind and soul will thank you for.

Countless people make great food choices for breakfast and lunch but by 3 o’clock in the afternoon or after dinner, they feel like someone else has taken over their body. The desire for and subsequent consumption of sweet food can take hold without you really knowing why or what to do about it.

Too many people reach for sweet food that doesn’t serve their health; in fact it may contain substances that actually have the potential to take away from their health. Yet they feel powerless to live any differently, having “tried” to change their sweet food habits many times.

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Sweet Food Story provides you with recipes created by the incredible Chef Cynthia Louise that offer practical and very delicious ways to enjoy sweet foods made from whole-food ingredients.

Included in this book are drinks, sauces, snacks, baking, puddings and desserts that your body, mind and soul will thank you for.

Countless people make great food choices for breakfast and lunch but by 3 o’clock in the afternoon or after dinner, they feel like someone else has taken over their body. The desire for and subsequent consumption of sweet food can take hold without you really knowing why or what to do about it.

Too many people reach for sweet food that doesn’t serve their health; in fact it may contain substances that actually have the potential to take away from their health. Yet they feel powerless to live any differently, having “tried” to change their sweet food habits many times.

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1 review for Sweet Food Story

  1. 5 out of 5

    Fiona

    These days I struggle to bake recipes using refined carbs, flour and sugar. It’s just not nourishing. But this book is. Full of so many yummy but nourishing recipes using good for you ingredients, and additionally, it has so much information on health and wellness. This is a great book. As a message that stood out personally to me in the book, ‘sometimes we have to eat fat to burn fat’. And this has been true for me. This book has such a great range of delicious recipes. You won’t be disappointed.

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    About Dr Libby

    Dr Libby Weaver is one of Australasia’s leading nutritional biochemists, a 13 times best-selling author and a renowned international speaker. With a degree in dietetics, a PhD in biochemistry and over 20 years’ experience in clinical practice, Dr Libby draws on her wisdom and expertise to empower people to take charge of their health and happiness.

    With a natural ability to break even the most complicated of concepts into layman’s terms, Dr Libby’s health messages embrace her unique three-pillared approach that explore the interplay between nutrition, emotions and the biochemistry of the body. Driven to help women better understand the complexities of their bodies, Dr Libby has spent the greater part of her career exploring the impact of hormones on overall health and how to correct imbalances.

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