It's impossible to avoid the bitter truth - sugar is bad for us, and just how bad, we're only beginning to find out. Nicole Mowbray was one of those sugar addicts and in Sweet Nothing she tells us about the incredible effects on her body and moods once she kicked the habit. (PRESS ASSOCIATION)
Quit sugar. Change your life.
From the Back Cover
Two years ago, Nicole Mowbray said goodbye to sugar. It transformed her life, her body, her relationships and her health.
High-sugar diets are often the reason for feeling lacklustre. But it's tough to give up the sweet stuff. Sugar is so entwined with our emotional happiness; sweet things are rewards, pick-me-ups and tokens of celebration. Nicole shines a light on why life minus the sugar can be so much sweeter.
Part guide and part memoir, Nicole shares her journey from the up-and-down life of a sugar bon viveur to a slimmer, healthier woman in control and full of energy. Learn how she did it, why it's worth it, what to kick and what to keep - with recipes, expert advice and Nicole's own un-sugarcoated story of going cold sweet turkey.
A life of sweet nothing is a life well lived.
About the Author
Nicole Mowbray is an established writer and former editor of LIFE&STYLE and FEMAIL of the DAILY MAIL. She has since written for VOGUE, GRAZIA, THE TIMES, the GUARDIAN and MARIE CLAIRE.
Follow Nicole on Twitter @nicolemowbray