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Some folks can eat just one brownie. But others can't stop. They'll snack through an entire pan, then feel grouchy and nauseated.
Kathleen DesMaisons suggests that this brownie madness doesn't belie a weak will, but a chemical imbalance. "Sugar addiction is a symptom of...sugar sensitivity, an inherited condition that makes you more reactive to imbalances in your body and brain. These imbalances," she explains, "create cravings, mood swings, erratic energy, and sugar addiction." DesMaisons explains the condition for her readers, then offers a solution: The Sugar Addict's Total Recovery Program.
The program combines nutritional guidelines, recipes, and plenty of room for choice. But it also offers readers a way of coping with their emotional urges. Like all addictions, sugar fury is both a chemical and a psychological problem; DesMaisons offers plenty of support for both. With her program, DesMaisons promises we can put down the brownies and stop sugar mania.