ROCHESTER, N.Y., April 7, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Suckered tracks the stealthy infiltration of one of America's greatest threats--sugar.
From Napoleon to Fidel Castro to refined sugar-laden beverages and food, sugar's role in transforming societies and defining national boundaries is explored and reveals the shocking truth of how sugar came to saturate our diets. Dr. Eisenberg unveils this addictive toxin's ability to wreak havoc on our biological systems, which has lead to 2/3 of Americans being overweight or obese, and 1/2 of adults with pre or overt type 2 diabetes, 1/3 with hypertension due to altered metabolic pathways. With a plan for the future to empower personal and nationwide change, Suckered provides insight into combating the nation's biggest addiction.
Backed by extensive research from Dr. Eisenberg and Sandra Canosa, Suckered tells the story of how sugar became a dietary staple globally, and how a lack of government regulation allows it to dominate our food industries. Through well-established scientific research and strong historical background the two authors establish exactly why sugar is the reason behind our declining public health and rising healthcare costs.
Suckered is an essential read for anyone wanting to live a healthier life, or who is currently suffering from or at risk for obesity, type II diabetes, heart disease, reflux, cancer, leaky gut syndrome, and neurodegenerative disease, and other disorders. The recommended changes advised in this book could reverse or prevent damage to your health, promoting a longer, healthier, and more productive life. Suckered can be found on Amazon.com.
"...this book is a life saver."
--Dr. Barbara Kircher FACC, MD
"Accessible to readers of all backgrounds, Suckered speaks to individuals struggling to improve their own lifestyle, parents trying to raise health-conscious children, and public policymakers concerned about America's health woes. Highly recommended."
--Andrea Kay, Midwest Book Review
About the Authors
Jeffrey Eisenberg, MD, a Virginia native, received his undergraduate degree in Biopsychology and obtained his Doctorate of Medicine from the University of Virginia. He maintains a clinical appointment at the University of Rochester, and was voted one of the top 100 pediatricians in the nation. His specialty interests include the evaluation and management of attention deficit disorder, anxiety, depression, and obesity. Additionally, he consults patients in the disciplines of exercise physiology and nutrition. Dr. Eisenberg resides in Rochester, N.Y. Visit his website at suckeredbook.com for more information.
Sandra Canosa is an author from Rochester, New York. She graduated summa cum laude from Wells College in Aurora, New York, and is currently completing her Master's degree at Western University in London, Ontario.
Elizabeth van der Horst, Lawless Publishing, 585-256-7430, Email
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