According to data compiled in 2014 by the market research firm Euromonitor International, the average person in the United States consumes over 126 grams of sugar per day (about 26 teaspoons), which is more than four times what the World Health Organization recommends as the daily intake limit. In Ireland, about 97 grams of sugar is consumed per day; in Australia, about 95.6 grams; and in Canada, about 89.1 grams. Among the chronic health conditions associated with excess sugar intake are anxiety, depression,fatigue, fatty liver disease, high cholesterol, hypothyroidism, irritable b owel syndrome, metabolic syndrome, migraine headaches, obesity, and type 2 diabetes. This guidebook provides all the tools needed to transform our relationship with sugar. Learn how to decipher product labels, implement a jump-start plan to eliminate sugar cravings, andeasily maintain a new style of eating centered on nourishing plant-based proteins, wholesome carbohydrates, and healthful sources of fat. Also included are a few delicious recipes to make it easy to get started on the right track.