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Doctor discusses 'SOS (Stop Only Sugar) Diet'

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One of the worst kept secrets is that the only reason far too many Americans are obese and overweight because each person in our country consumes some 140 pounds of sugar each year.

One of the best kept secrets is that overweight Americans can lose and keep off 5 to 8 pounds a month with a simple diet that is not really a diet but a lifestyle choice.

The SOS Diet rules are very simple: Low sugar, high fiber, and no more rules.

That advice is being followed by the thousands of readers of the best-selling book by Dr. James A. Surrell, MD., SOS (Stop Only Sugar) Diet.

Major findings shared in SOS (Stop Only Sugar) Diet include:

  • High sugar in our diet is the cause of not only the overweight and obesity epidemic in the USA today, but also the main cause of high cholesterol and high blood pressure.
  • Sugar substitutes are absolutely safe and risk-free.
  • Pre-Diabetes and Type 2 Diabetes may double the risk of dementia and Alzheimer's Disease.
  • Know that you can make very healthy fast food choices at fast food restaurants.

Online: www.SOSdietbook.com

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