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Davina McCall's delicious family recipes and 5 week programme to help you kick the sugar habit for good!
Davina McCall is a British TV presenter who has been on our screens since 1992. She is best known for her work on BIG BROTHER and DON'T TRY THIS AT HOME. She has more recently presented MILLION POUND DROP and LONG LOST FAMILY. A strong advocate for a healthy lifestyle she has a successful range of fitness DVDs and raised millions through her Sport Relief challenge in 2013. She is very active on her Twitter account: @ThisIsDavina and has a Facebook page: www.facebook.com/DavinaMcCall . She also has a website at: http://thisisdavina.com
Her new book is a heartfelt, honest account of her decision to give up her remaining "addiction". In it you will find advice, support, humour and recipes that will inspire you to start your own sugar-free eating plan. * Hello! * Fitness fanatic Davina McCall releases her own cookbook packed full of tasty, healthy recipes. * Daily Express * Former chocolate fan Davina McCall combines tasty recipes, such as lime and ginger cheesecake, with no-nonsense advice to help eliminate sugar from your life. * Woman's Own * It's packed with inspirational tips and scrumptious recipes - the opposite of deprivation! -- Cathy Rentzenbrink * Prima * What Davina has done is to suggest a gradual approach to reducing sugar intake. It's a perfectly sensible idea to readjust the tastebuds as you change habits over a longer period. Going cold turkey is tough, and for most people the shock of foods suddenly tasting bland will soon mean they return to the old ways. -- Matt Roberts * Mail on Sunday * Davina McCall's book, Davina's 5 Weeks to Sugar-Free promises what it says on the cover. It is sensible stuff with an emphasis on cutting out processed, refined sugars and simple carbohydrates such as white bread, and swapping foods that have a high glycaemic index (GI) rating for foods that have a low GI rating. -- Ann Robinson * Guardian *