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Eat Wright, Cook Wright cookbook for Type 2 Diabetes and weight loss

CookWright is a no added sugar recipe book with more than 100 recipes written by Leonie Wright, who was inspired by her own personal journey having experienced high blood pressure, high cholesterol and migraines. It has been put together for those that want to reduce their sugar intake and is perfect if you are not sure about how to cook and eat healthily and are ready to make some simple lifestyle changes.

Author Leonie Wright (pictured) explains her ethos, saying: “The problem is that in order to lose weight, people try diet after diet and are generally not able to maintain their weight loss, hence 95% of diets fail in the long term. The EatWright Plan aims to maintain health through food and nutritional supplementation. Crucially with this plan, you never feel hungry and can choose from a wide range of foods. The aim of the plan is to initially cleanse the body of stored fat and toxins, then by following a healthy food programme and nutritional supplementation, you reach and maintain an optimal weight and achieve a lasting, healthy and balanced eating pattern.”

Over the last eight years Wright has helped more than 250 people to improve their health and fitness through food, mainly by giving up sugar.

The EatWright Plan turns the body from a sugar into a fat burner, it’s free from added sugar, is gluten free, low in lactose, free from e-numbers and is carbohydrate conscious. Participants are encouraged to walk up to 10,000 steps a day, which with normal daily movements as well as a 30-minute walk a day, should be easily achieved.

The EatWright plan isn’t suitable for people with Type 1 diabetes, pregnant women or women who are breastfeeding. If in doubt, please consult your GP first.

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