The are of course literally thousands of diet books. And most of them work pretty good as long as you stick to it. Most of them work, I would add - within reason. Some diet books are written just to make money, because if you write one, someone will buy it.
When I heard a few years ago that America's quote 'favorite diet and fitness expert Jorge Cruise' had written a diet book that espouses losing weight by just counting sugar calories, it piqued my interest. I liked the simplicity of it. One of the things that I believe can stop someone from executing a new diet is the complexity. In fact the first review I read called it 'one of the best and easiest low carb diets.'
We definitely have a sugar epidemic in the US, and we definitely have an obesity epidemic. Maybe their is a connection? I think so. So maybe just counting your total grams of sugar per day really will make you lose weight. Of course the book also addresses the problem of hidden sugar. No one really knows how much sugar is added for example to your standard takeout Chinese food. Most people do not read labels and this is something that this book will require you to do. So I'm in. Of course no diet book is good for everyone but this one will surely help some, especially those sugar addicts we all know or might even be.
Monte Jackson, owner Acupuncture Center of Richmond