Sugar Blues, by William Dufty

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The shocker that cured millions of the sugar blues. Will it cure you too?

It's a prime ingredient in countless substances that we eat and drink, from cereal to soup, from cola to coffee. Consumed at the rate of 100 pounds for every American every year, it's as addictive as nicotine or heroin—and as poisonous, responsible for modern plagues ranging from depression to coronary thrombosis. It's sugar.

Sugar Blues, inspired by the crusade of Hollywood legend Gloria Swanson, is the classic, best-selling expos? that unmasks our generation's greatest medical killer. At the same time, it also shows how a revitalizing, sugar-free diet can not only change your life but quite possible save it.

"If you are at all interested in your health, read this book!"—San Francisco Review of Books

"A relentless, hard hitting report. You are unlikely ever to feel quite the same about sugar."—Chicago Tribune

"One of the most revealing, instructive, and helpful books ever written."—Let's Live Magazine

"Superb and scary"—Detroit Free Press

"Readers who want to feel better, look better, and enjoy life more—to say nothing of those just looking for a good book—will certainly be attracted to Sugar Blues.Publishers Weekly

"Rarely has scientific information been made so entertaining. William Dufty has gloriously performed a service for us...A fascinating story that even skeptics can enjoy. Sugar Blues is bound to become a health classic."—Health Food Retailing

Purpose: Education. (Learn more about the difference between Marketing and Education materials.)

Publication: 1975.

Pages: 255.

Binding: Softcover.

Size: 4¼" x 6¾" x 4¼".

Table of Contents

Chapter 1: It Is Necessary to be Personal
Chapter 2: The Mark of Cane
Chapter 3: How We Got Here From There
Chapter 4: In Sugar We Trust
Chapter 5: Blame It On the Bees
Chapter 6: From the Nipple to the Needle
Chapter 7: Of Cabbages and Kings
Chapter 8: How to Complicate Simplicity
Chapter 9: Dead Dogs and Englishmen
Chapter 10: Codes of Honest
Chapter 11: What the Specialists Say
Chapter 12: Reach for a Lucky Instead of a Sweet?
Chapter 13: Kicking
Chapter 14: Soup to Nuts

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