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I’ve written some books

  • This One Wild and Precious Life

    This is my latest book is now available globally.

    This One Wild and Precious Life is a soul's journey through the massive complexities of climate change, coronavirus, the racial inequalities and our disconnection from what matters…and back to life. As in, big, wild, vibrant, connected life. I hike around the world (Jordan, Outback Australia, Japan, Sierra Nevada) for three years to share this latest adventure, following in the footsteps of Nietzsche and my favourite poets and thinkers, and sharing wild, hopeful wisdoms and vibrant solutions to arrive at a true path through the despair…to our better world. Do you want to sleep through the revolution? This One Wild Precious Life is published August 25, (Pan Macmillan Australia), 29 November (US, Harper Collins), 22 January (UK Harper Collins).
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  • I Quit Sugar: Simplicious Flow

    Flow is “not a normal cookbook”. Sure, it features more than recipes and a showering of hacks and tricks (for making your own Keep Cup!). However instead of isolated recipes it features complete meal plans with shopping lists, where you use up every last bit of food to make what I call a “capsule cook”…a good days of meals or easy lunches or a dinner party for 6. In one hit. Also, all meals are one-pan. Check out chapters such as “How to use up a tray of mangoes” and my recipe for Banana Skin Cake. My publisher calls it, "It is a manifesto for change, a challenge to us all to take charge of our kitchen, our expenditure, our time, our own health and the health of the planet. "

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  • first, we make the beast beautiful

    This book came out in February and became a New York Times bestseller and #1 Amazon bestseller when it was published in the US and UK in April My publisher says: "Sarah pulls at the thread of accepted definitions of anxiety, and unravels the notion that it is a difficult, dangerous disease that must be medicated into submission. Ultimately, she re-frames anxiety as a spiritual quest rather than a burdensome affliction, a state of yearning that will lead us closer to what really matters.” Mark Manson, author of The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*ck says: “The best book on anxiety I’ve ever read”. Professor Patrick McGorry AO: " at once a nomadic journey, a cri de coeur and a compendium of hard-won wisdom …" Now available in the US, UK, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, South Korea, China, Lithuania, Hungary and France.

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  • I Quit Sugar: Simplicious

    This book is fat. It contains recipes and is geared toward sustainable cooking and eating. It’s all about food waste, people! The recipes are all geared toward saving money, the planet, time, palaver and washing up (ergo 80 per cent are one-pan meals). The recipes work with secondary cuts of meat, cheap vegetables, leftovers and the most nutrient-dense foods you can find. The favourite recipes that make it to Instagram (with the #Simplicious tag) are my Chocolate Cardamom Ganache Tart, all the good-for-your-gut gummies, and the Leftovers Chapter. PS. Even the scraps from the photography shoots were repurposed…into soup, pestos and staff lunches. No food was wasted in the making of this book!

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  • I Quit Sugar For Life

    This is my second book and it takes things a step further. I cover cravings and lapses, and the best (scientifically proven) exercise and detoxing techniques. I talk about maximising your nutrition, eating sustainably and ethically. I teach you how to live with flow and less fuss. The book works as a series of wellness codes that extend the messaging from the sugar-quitting process. There are recipes in this one, the most popular being the Kid Friendly Chicken (KFC), totable meals and One-Pot Wonders.

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  • I Quit Sugar: Your Complete 8-Week Detox Program and Cookbook

    My first book, I Quit Sugar, is a step-by-step 8-week guide for quitting sugar, complemented by sugar-free recipes, tips, science and techniques that will help you eliminate the white stuff for good. Recipes in this book include my Crunchy Nut Cheesecake and the ever-popular Raspberry Ripple. The book became a New York Times bestseller and an ABIA award winner.

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  • I Quit Sugar: The Veggie Cookbook

    You won’t find any bland, beige or boring vegetarian fare here.In this book, the I Quit Sugar team and myself are going to bust those myths surrounding vegetarian diets and prove that they are super satisfying, packed with protein and most of all bursting with flavour. Plant-based food is no longer seen as something reserved just for health nuts.In fact, more of us are choosing to load our plates up with veggies over animal protein and we’re undoubtedly feeling the health benefits for it. We’ve got 32 BRAND NEW recipes for you to try, as well as tips on clever veggie swaps for every season and a super friendly guide on how to build a complete protein. We’ve also made sure that every single dish can also be made vegan… you’re welcome!

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  • I Quit Sugar: The Dude Approved Cookbook

    Get ready for dude food at its best, packed with 35 recipes you're going to love! Full of clever hacks, one-pan wonders, delicious alternatives to your local takeaway plus show-stopping recipes for the perfect date night, this is one cookbook you definitely need to add to your collection. We've created an eBook dedicated to satisfying the biggest of appetites, celebrating the dishes that will keep even the hungriest of blokes, happy, healthy and satisfied. We're busting the myth that sugar-free means eating less, going hungry and saying goodbye to flavour. Every dish is packed perfectly with wholesome veggies, delicious protein and satiating healthy fats.

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  • I Quit Sugar: The Lunchbox Book

    This is a 'best of lunch' compilation from my previous print-only books (Simplicious and I Quit Sugar for Life) in one handy eBook. The midday meal is a great opportunity to ensure you get a big nutritious hit in the middle of the day. We're constantly asked how you should go about doing this if you're a desk worker, shift worker, a parent packing kids lunch or anything in between. So we've shared with you all of our ingenious ideas for toting, heating, dressing and adding pizazz to boring lunches.

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  • I Quit Sugar: The Mini Book of Gut Lovin&#; Gummies

    This mini book of gut-lovin' goodness is full of nutritious, sugar-free* gummy recipes that can be prepared in as little as 10 minutes. Dig into: gut-healin' fixes, sleepy time treats, post-workout snacks and gummies for kids. Wondering what all this gelatin fuss is about? Gelatin is a fast and furious source of protein, which helps heal the gut, boost metabolism, detox the liver the list goes on.

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  • I Quit Sugar: The Mini Book of Gut-Lovin&#; Desserts

    All 15 of these gut-lovin' recipes are quick and easy to make, and most have only a handful of ingredients. We'll show you how to make a showstopping, gut-lovin’ addition to any party or get-together! How do Jazzy Jaffa Cakes and “Watermelon” Gut Shots sound? Dig into: Easter and Mother’s Day treats, gut healin’ goodies, kid-friendly snacks and birthday party delights.

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  • I Quit Sugar: The Soups Cookbook

    If soup isn’t your cup of tea (and you’ve conjured up images of tasteless mush), the I Quit Sugar team and I are here to change your mind. Soup doesn’t have to be boring! With some basic tools and creative recipe ideas (like the ones contained in this eBook) you can create delicious, nutritious meals the whole family will gobble up. Every single time! All 34 recipes are quick and simple to make - there’s even a whole chapter of ‘cheats blender soups’. But they all take the humble soup to a whole new level of deliciousness! How does Tuscan Ribollita sound?

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  • I Quit Sugar: Super Smoothies Cookbook

    Now's the perfect time to get on the smoothie bandwagon and blend your way to better health!  As we continue to prove, sugar-free doesn't mean flavour-free and we promise, our showstopping smoothie creations will see you ditching those sugary freakshakes once and for all. With a flavour bomb to suit every taste – think chocolate, turmeric, cinnamon and cherry – your taste buds will be tantalised! We've even included a chapter dedicated to smoothie toppers and kitchen hacks to take your smoothie game to the next level.

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  • I Quit Sugar: The Ultimate Chocolate Cookbook

    I love dark chocolate, so we made a sugar-free chocolate book 'cos you don't have to quit chocolate when you quit sugar. Ditch the guilt and sink your teeth into the ultimate sugar-free chocolate recipes. Because living sugar-free doesn't have to be tasteless or boring!  sugar-free recipes. Step-by-step instructions. Paleo, gluten-free, kid-friendly (nut-free) and vegan options. An entire lush sugar-free Easter chapter.

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  • I Quit Sugar: The Kids&#; Mini Lunchbox Book

    Lunch is undoubtedly one of the IQS team and my own favourite meals of the day. But when it comes to packing healthy sugar-free lunchboxes for your little ones, it can be tricky! Our latest creation, The Kids' Mini Lunchbox Book, is perfect for little people – and tiny taste buds! All the delicious recipes are super simple, super fun (meaning you can totally get the kids involved!) and perfect for creating a well-balanced lunchbox. We've even included gluten-free and dairy-free options, plus simple swaps for those fussy eaters too!

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  • I Quit Sugar: Healthy Breakfast Cookbook

    In my travels, I think I'm asked at every turn, by journalists or at public talks I give, what I eat for breakfast. I think it stumps a great many people how you can eat breakfast without sugar. Which is fair enough. Of all the meals in the day, breakfast is the most laden with crappy white stuff: cheap carbs and sugar. So how do I eat a good breakfast? I switch to a savoury state of mind, I eat veggies, I #JERF, I eat leftovers and I eat for my gut.

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  • I Quit Sugar: One-Pot Wonders

    Pretty much all of my food philosophies, cooking practices and eating approaches come together in the notion of the one-pot meal. Quitting sugar means quitting processed food, which means eating REAL food, which means you have to cook. But cooking doesn't have to be complicated. It can be simple. And cheap. And it should be. This is where this book kicks in. All the recipes use the whole ingredient. A bunch of our basics use up any of the leftovers and the simplicity of creating dinner in just one step means we all cook more and get through the ingredients sitting at the back of the fridge.

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  • I Quit Sugar: Healthy Family Meals Cookbook

    Honestly, cooking shouldn't be fancy and expensive. It should have maximum flavour and flow Mum didn't cook fancy nor expensive food. It was all about economy - of flavour, time and dollars. She'd use budget cuts of meat, make everything in the one big old cast-iron pot, bulk things out with starchy veggies and ensure we had three serves of greens with every meal. These principles, in many ways, guide this book.

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  • I Quit Sugar: Clean &#;n&#; Green Smoothie Cookbook

    I'm a huge green smoothie fan. They’re a really effective way to get dense nutrition into our bodies, and when you're trying to eat cups of veggies every day, drinking an I Quit Sugar smoothie ensures you get serves of the good stuff in a single hit. I make my own with ease and tote them daily in old jars and reusable canisters.

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  • I Quit Sugar: Christmas Cookbook

    This is a revised edition of our Christmas Cookbook with a brand new cover and design, but containing the same recipes. Christmas can be a time of high pressure, family chaos and food overload – and the last thing any of us need are the sugar crashes that come with it. So this year, why not give the Silly Season a crack without the toxic white stuff? With our delicious Christmas Cookbook, we’ll prove that a sugar-free holiday season is not only possible, but delicious too! With more than 65 sugar-free recipes, we’ve got you covered – no matter which hemisphere you live in! From Chrissy brunch to summer barbecues, festive cocktails and winter warmers, our aim is to make this Christmas as stress-free and delicious as possible.

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  • I Quit Sugar: Slow Cooker Cookbook

    I quit sugar and fell in love with my slow cooker. Seriously, slow cooking is my answer to eating well. I'm all about dense nutrition. A slow-cooker extracts the best of my food without destroying the enzymes. It also extracts maximum flavour - particularly good when trying to convert friends or family to a more nutrient-dense way of eating.

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  • I Quit Sugar: Kids Cookbook

    Eating sugar free is about abundance and 'crowding out'. It's not about banning 'bad' foods, but instead focusing on filling your kids' plates with so much yummy (and nutritious) food that there simply isn't enough room left for the sugary stuff. It's about eating less ingredients and packet free and perhaps, most importantly eating sugar free is about being gentle and kind. We don't do harsh edicts. We make this fun and positive. We ease our kids into this, encouraging good habits.

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I Quit Sugar

Your Complete 8-Week Detox Program and Cookbook

I lost weight and my skin changed, it cleared. But when I quit the white stuff, I also started to heal. I found wellness and the kind of energy and sparkle I had as a kid. I don&#;t believe in diets or in making eating miserable. This plan and the recipes are designed for lasting wellness.

Sarah Wilson was a self-confessed sugar addict, eating the equivalent of twenty-five teaspoons of sugar every day, before making the link between her sugar consumption and a lifetime of mood disorders, fluctuating weight issues, sleep problems and thyroid disease. She knew she had to make a change.

What started as an experiment soon became a way of life, then a campaign to alert others to the health dangers of sugar.

I Quit Sugar uses Sarah&#;s personal experience to help you:

- Beat the sugar habit with a tested eight week plan

- Overcome cravings via proven and easy tricks

- Find healthy sugar substitutes

- Cook sugar-free: over a hundred desserts, cakes, chocolate, kids&#; treats, snacks and easy detox meals

Sarah&#;s down-to-earth, practical approach makes the sugar-quitting process doable, while her recipes make it fun&#; David Gillespie, author of Sweet Poison.

Sours: https://www.amazon.co.uk/Quit-Sugar-Complete-Program-Cookbook/dp/
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Sarah Wilson is a New York Times bestselling author, journalist and founder of IQuitSugar.com. She has published 15 I Quit Sugar books in 46 countries and most recently she published First, We Make the Beast Beautiful, A New Story of Anxiety. She was ranked as one of the top most influential authors in the world in and , based on web and international book scan algorithms and in Greatist.com’s most influential health experts in

Mark Manson has described "The Beast" as “the best book about anxiety” he’s ever read. NBC's Carson Daly cited it as has "favorite book". Former Australian of the Year Prof Patrick McGorry described it as, “indeed quite extraordinary, illuminating what is at once a nomadic journey, a cri de coeur and a compendium of hard-won wisdom flowing from a uniquely talented individual… a tour de force.”

Other facts that might interest: Sarah was the editor-in-chief of Cosmopolitan Magazine Australia at 29, the host of MasterChef Australia, holds a record in the Guinness Book (you can Google that further if you like), is a mad hiker, explorer and minimalist. She lives between the US and Bondi Beach, Sydney and ocean swims most days.

Sours: https://www.amazon.com.au/Quit-Sugar-Complete-Plan-Recipe/dp/

I Quit Sugar

I was addicted to sugar. I needed it every day. I convinced myself it was “good sugar”. But sugar is sugar. And it was making me sick, tired and bloated. I set about researching all the different ways to quit the stuff. It took a while. But in the process I found what works — for good. They’re simple techniques and they’re kind, sensible and totally make sense. In the I QuI was addicted to sugar. I needed it every day. I convinced myself it was “good sugar”. But sugar is sugar. And it was making me sick, tired and bloated. I set about researching all the different ways to quit the stuff. It took a while. But in the process I found what works — for good. They’re simple techniques and they’re kind, sensible and totally make sense. In the I Quit Sugar ebook you’ll receive:

A sharp 8-week program that walks you through each crucial stage, week by week
A tidy, easy-to-relay-to-mates-at-the-pub explanation of how + why sugar is making us fat + sick
A sugar replacement plan: tested + nutritionally sound
“Sweet” sugar-free recipes
New treat ideas
A detox + a suggested supplements list
A downloadable shopping list of new ingredients to replace sugar in your lifemore

Sours: https://www.goodreads.com/en/book/show/

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Gina Keatley, a C.D.N. practicing in New York City, tells SELF that eating a lot of sugar increases the availability of energy, but you still have to put it into use. "That's why, as adults, we tend to gain weight from sugar (and excess calories) because we don't use the energy, it gets stored," she says.

Sugar is sugar to your body—whether it’s naturally-occurring sugar or added sugar—but Alissa Rumsey, M.S., R.D., a spokesperson for the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, tells SELF that it’s best to get most of your sugar intake from natural sources. “Some added sugar is OK, too,” she says. “It is a balance.”

The best sources of sugar are going to be in their natural form, like in a whole piece of fruit, Keatley says. "The fiber and water content in the fruit will lessen the effects of the 'sugar high' and keep you feeling more level all day," she explains.

While Wilson says she feels off after she has more than 9 teaspoons of sugar, Cording says that everyone’s threshold is different. Meaning, some people may feel out of whack after having more sugar, while others can feel off with less.

Regardless of your threshold, the signs of too much sugar are similar for everyone. Those can include surges in energy, hyperactivity, anxiety, poor digestion, or suddenly feeling wiped an hour or two after eating, Moskovitz says. You may even experience mood swings and increased feelings of hunger since plummeting blood sugar levels after a sugar spike make you want to eat more, Rumsey says. And, if you regularly eat too much sugar, you can experience blood sugar issues, weight gain, poor dental hygiene, and skin issues, Moskovitz says.

If you find that you’re having more sugar than you should and you want to cut back, Cording recommends doing so slowly to give your tastebuds time to adjust. For example, use one teaspoon of sugar instead of two in your coffee, then scale back to half a teaspoon and eventually zero. You can also avoid obvious sources like sweets, sugary cereal, and sweetened beverages. “Check food labels for hidden sources of sugar like condiments (ketchup, barbecue sauce, teriyaki sauce, salad dressing), pasta sauces, bread, and canned soup,” she says. Cording also recommends taking it easy with artificial sweeteners, which train your tastebuds to crave a high level of sweetness.

It’s also important to keep this in mind: “The more sugar you eat, the more you crave. The less you eat, the fewer cravings you'll experience,” says Rumsey. Cutting out all added sugar for three to five days can reset your taste buds and help get you out of the habit of eating sugar, she says.

Experts stress that it’s OK to have some sugar—it’s just that moderation is key.

Sours: https://www.self.com/story/author-of-i-quit-sugar-sarah-wilson-eats-sugar-again
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Sarah Wilson is a New York Times bestselling author, journalist and founder of IQuitSugar.com. She has published 15 I Quit Sugar books in 46 countries and most recently she published First, We Make the Beast Beautiful, A New Story of Anxiety. She was ranked as one of the top most influential authors in the world in and , based on web and international book scan algorithms and in Greatist.com’s most influential health experts in

Mark Manson has described "The Beast" as “the best book about anxiety” he’s ever read. NBC's Carson Daly cited it as has "favorite book". Former Australian of the Year Prof Patrick McGorry described it as, “indeed quite extraordinary, illuminating what is at once a nomadic journey, a cri de coeur and a compendium of hard-won wisdom flowing from a uniquely talented individual… a tour de force.”

Other facts that might interest: Sarah was the editor-in-chief of Cosmopolitan Magazine Australia at 29, the host of MasterChef Australia, holds a record in the Guinness Book (you can Google that further if you like), is a mad hiker, explorer and minimalist. She lives between the US and Bondi Beach, Sydney and ocean swims most days.

Sours: https://www.amazon.com/Quit-Sugar-Life-Fad-Free-Wholefood/dp/

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