Zero Sugar Diet
NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER • Lose up to a pound a day and curb your craving for sweets with delicious recipes and simple, science-based food swaps from David Zinczenko, Good Morning America’s health and wellness editor and bestselling author of Zero Belly Diet, Zero Belly Smoothies, and Eat This, Not That!

With Zero Sugar Diet, #1 New York Times bestselling author David Zinczenko continues his twenty-year mission to help Americans live their happiest and healthiest lives, uncovering revolutionary new research that explains why you can’t lose weight—and shows that it’s not your fault! The true culprit is sugar—specifically added sugars—which food manufacturers sneak into almost everything we eat, from bread to cold cuts to yogurt, peanut butter, pizza, and even “health” foods.

Until now, there’s been no way to tell how much added sugar you’re eating—or how to avoid it without sacrifice. But with the simple steps in Zero Sugar Diet, you’ll be able to eat all your favorite foods and strip away unnecessary sugars—losing weight at a rate of up to one pound per day, while still enjoying the sweeter things in life.

By replacing empty calories with essential ones—swapping in whole foods and fiber and swapping out added sugars—you’ll conquer your cravings and prevent the blood sugar surge that leads to some of the worst health scourges in America today, including abdominal fat, diabetes, heart disease, cancer, liver disease, fatigue, and tooth decay.

And all it takes is 14 days. You’ll be stunned by the reported results:

Lisa Gardner, 49, lost 10 pounds
Tara Anderson, 42, lost 10 pounds
David Menkhaus, 62, lost 15 pounds
Ricky Casados, 56, lost 12 pounds

You, too, can melt away belly fat, boost your energy levels and metabolism, and take control of your health and your life, armed with a comprehensive grocery list of fresh produce, proteins, whole grains, and even prepared meals, accompanied by two weeks’ worth of fiber-rich breakfast, lunch, dinner, and snack recipes and real-life results from successful Zero Sugar dieters. The fat-burning formula for long-term weight loss and optimal health is at your fingertips. Join in the crusade and say goodbye to added sugars—and goodbye to your belly—with Zero Sugar Diet!

Praise for Zero Sugar Diet

Zero Sugar Diet targets an easily identifiable enemy, comparing excess sugar in our diet to a deadly virus. . . . Well, that got my attention.” —The New York Times Book Review

“A user-friendly guide [that provides] a wealth of helpful information and tools for those wishing to limit added sugars in their diet.”Library Journal

“This plan is informative and entertaining (e.g., a chart converts common meals to their equivalent in donuts; ‘an open letter from your pancreas’) and will help readers rein in cravings and become savvy monitors of added sugar consumption.”Publishers Weekly

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Zero Sugar Diet Reviews

  • Kate
    Mar 23, 2017


    Some new info, and a good refresher for a lot of stuff I already knew. The restaurant nutrition numbers were CRAZY. I do think I'll try to do a 14 day challenge soon. ...

  • Francelia Thomas
    Mar 19, 2017

    Francelia Thomas

    TThis is an awesome book, Reading this book is an eye opener about the dangers of sugar and all the places where you find hidden sugar ...

  • Barbara
    Mar 13, 2017


    This book was written in a very friendly, easy to follow and fast to read style. I enjoyed how sensible and simple the plan is and how cutting out unhealthy forms of sugar can really improve a person's health. There are tips for eating at restaurants and surprising statistics about som...

  • Emily Laga
    Mar 11, 2017

    Emily Laga

    I don't know where I heard about this book, but decided to get it from the library and see what it was all about. In a world in which low-carb is now king, this philosophy avoids all added sugars and focuses on increasing the amount of fiber, which promotes gut health and curbs craving...

  • Christine Zibas
    Feb 24, 2017

    Christine Zibas

    "A 2016 study in Mayo Clinic Proceedings found that less than 3 percent of Americans live what the authors dubbed 'a healthy lifestyle.' (Yes, that number is correct: less than 3 percent.) Primarily, that's because of our processed food intake and our overall body fat."While sugar occu...

  • Regan
    Feb 23, 2017


    Made some good points but redundant after a while ...

  • Becky
    Feb 21, 2017


    This had some good information on different kinds of sugars. The method is to decrease added sugar (duh!) and increase fiber (again duh!!!). However, it is pretty much the same as any other diet book although it did give a couple of ways I hadn't tried for decreasing added sugar. So ov...

  • Karen
    Feb 16, 2017


    Audio version. Good plan of how to detox from sugar in 14 days. Lots of meal planning ideas and suggestions for restaurant options to reduce sugar intake. I'm doubtful of the weight loss expectations stated however. They do not seem accurate for a healthy rate of weight reduction for j...

  • Miss Kelly
    Feb 15, 2017

    Miss Kelly

    I knew about sugar before and how bad it was for you, but knowing and doing what is good for you is two different things. I did learn more about Frutose. I thought frutose was a natural sugar and better for you than other sugars. It actually, from what this book says is the worst kind ...

  • Tracy C
    Feb 14, 2017

    Tracy C

    A few good tips - eat with your left hand i.e., while snacking on popcorn! ...