Low Sugar, So Simple will get the sugar off your plate for good with 100 recipes free of the sugars that are sabotaging your health.
Sugar is quickly becoming the next health epidemic. Numerous studies have confirmed that sugar is a highly addictive substance with catastrophic effects on our health. Research has shown that drinking a can of soda a day increases the risk of a heart attack nearly as much as smoking.
Sugar lurks in everything from condiments to salad dressing to deli meat. Combine that with the fact that many foods contain things like starches, fillers, and artificial ingredients which act like sugar in the body, and you've got a perfect storm for lifelong sugar addiction and compromised health.
Low-Sugar, So Simple shows you how to get sugar off your plate for good. Popular blogger Elviira Krebber of Low-Carb, So Simple provides 100 low and no sugar recipes for everything from condiments to main dishes to desserts. Learn healthy substitutions for sugar, how to remove stealth sugars, and get the sugar pretenders like starches, fillers, and additives out of your diet for good. Done in the author's trademark approachable style, living the low-sugar lifestyle is easy with 100 recipes that are delicious, healthy, and easy to prepare.
Elviira Krebber is the creator of the Low-Carb, So Simple blog, one of the most popular low-carb blogs on the web. Followed by over 600K fans on Facebook, thousands of people visit her blog daily. Beloved by low-carb dieters everywhere, Elviira has helped her audience live the low-carb lifestyle by developing and publishing hundreds of easy and healthy sugar-free, gluten-free, low-carb recipes. Her most popular recipe "Chicken in Creamy Onion Sauce" has been shared close to half a million times. As a busy mom, Elviira knows time is often at a premium and that healthy food needs to be prepared quickly and easily. Thus, she strives for a simple approach in all of her recipes. Her Low-Carb, So Simple recipes have been featured in Cosmopolitan, Huffington Post, BuzzFeed, Low-Sugar Living, and in the Red magazine.