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Hi from Lindilou
Hi, I am Lindilou and I have had eczema on my back all my life. I am 56 years of age. I noticed a post by Beebee on "PostPosted: Fri Nov 20, 2009 3:08 pm    Post subject: Eczema cured" refering to a book by someone named 'David'.

Can anyone tell me what this book is called so I can buy a copy?

I live in Mid Wales and I hope I can get some help on this forum.
Looking forward to hearing from you all.

Lindilou. ...
Ugh - caved in to sugar cravings when I was ill...
After 2 months sugar free (3% sugar or less only) I got ill and had amazingly strong and unexpected sugar cravings and caved in to them.  'One' thing led to a weekend of back to my old routine, and just had a horrible night, tossing and turning, mind working at 100 mph, anxiety back, horrid taste in mouth, bad headache, nightmares.  Full blown rubbish.

If I needed any incentive to stick at the sugar free way, then this was it.  Back to it this morning.
Fresh face
Hi everyone! I'm a 21 year old from Australia and read Sweet Poison and the Sweet Poison Quit Plan over the weekend - got so hooked on the horror I couldn't put them down!

My sugar free life starts today!

Any tips/tricks any of you have would be much appreciated  Very Happy

- Grace
Just found this webpage/blog on stevia
When will I stop feeling so hungry?!
Hi everyone,

Having just read SPQP for the second time, I've been fructose-free now for over 5 weeks - since 1st Jan when I decided to start a new phase as I was behaving very strangely around sugar! I'm was fine if I didn't have any, but as soon as I did, I turned into an out-of-control bingey monster who could eat an enormous amount in one sitting and would then struggle to get back to being 'good' - the way of life David outlined in the book sounded like just what I needed to get things ba ...
This yoghurt reports 5.6g of sugar. Seems low and it's really tasty. According to the A2 website it contains A2 proteins rather than A1(?)
Does anyone know much about this yoghurt and it's associated protein? Is it any good?
New to sugar free, Uk based
Hi all. I started my sugar free life 5 days ago and so far all is well. I haven't been hungry, haven't felt any overwhelming urges for sugar and haven't overeaten. I feel a bit under the weather today, exhausted, achey, runny nose but maybe I just have a cold!

I just wanted to check my approach so far to make sure I'm on the right track. I have basically not eaten anything with sugar as an ingredient. I've been having porridge, puffed rice, or weetabix for breakfast. For lunch, baked potato ...
Blood test results
Good on you radishes! Great news about the tests! Keep it up you'll feel the benefits even more Wink
Lactose free cream
Is this okay?  No sugar added - just the enzyme to stop the lactose having any effect.
New to Sugar-Free
Monday was my quit day, and I've stuck to it pretty well.  I have been quite horrified by some of the sugar content in things I considered healthy, and things where there is obviously no need for it.

Monday and Tuesday seemed almost too easy, and I'm a bit worried that I'll get complacent and mess up, but the Dr Karg crackers and raw carrots have been my workplace life-savers when everyone else seems to be sucking on a biscuit or mars bar.

I know not all days will be as easy as Mon and Tue ...
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