Join my I Quit Sugar pre-Christmas program!

Posted on October 15th, 2012

To join, simply:

1. buy the I Quit Sugar 8-week Program ebook – still $15 – here

or save $6 by buying my I Quit Sugar Cookbook at the same time…click here

*and if you’ve already bought the ebook, of course you can still join in…just join the IQS newsletter and Facebook page…

2. Sign up to the IQS summer program newsletter here

Why? All giveaways, offers and webinar alerts, will be done via the newsletter…you’ve gotta be on it to win it!

3. Like my IQS Facebook page here

Why? All tips, products to try + recipes will be shared here.

…and that’s all. No extra costs or commitments. No spam (I promise!).

Do the program with a friend or a group. Perhaps your office wants to get fit and sorted before the Christmas onslaught?

Each day you’ll get a nutrition or motivation tip, information, recipes and alerts to great sugar-free products to try.

Join the daily discussions on the IQS facebook page, and get your questions answered by my team of nutritionists, naturopaths and “folk who’ve been there already”.

I’ll be doing two live FREE webinars during the 8 weeks to answer your questions (non-participants will be able to purchase after the program). You can sign up here in the meantime.

We’ll be sharing stacks of recipes along the way.

I’ll also be offering all tips, recipes and links on a FREE download at the end of the program (non-participants will be able to purchase after the program).

Hope to see you on the program!

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  • Bec Hanns

    Hi there Sarah

    I’ve subscribed to the I quit sugar program and I purchased the bundle package for $29 two weeks ago – Invoice ID is 2cwydxk6ibp5e0ebkyf7nnq00gckcsgc88cgco8.

    Thank you
    Bec

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    Sarah Wilson

    Sarah WilsonSarah Wilson Reply:

    Great one. Just make sure you’re on the newsletter and the FB page xx

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    Esta Reply:

    Is this your weekly Friday roundup newsletter Sarah? I have joined the FB page.

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  • Ian

    Great idea, Sarah.

    Looking forward to the hardcopy one, too. Yes, I’m old fashioned, like having a hardcopy in the kitchen to cook from rather than my ipad…

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    Vicki Reply:

    Yes! Please, pretty please Sarah

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    Samantha Reply:

    Pleeeeeease!!!!!!

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  • Cathy N

    Can’t wait to do this! I bought the book a while ago and love it!

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  • Steph

    This sounds ace! Thanks Sarah. Looking forward to getting clean before Christmas.

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  • http://Www.studiomilton.com.au Megs

    Thanks for this Sarah, it’s exactly what I need right now. I did the program before and during Easter this year and loved it. I still consume a lot less sugar than I used to but a bit has sneaked back into my diet and I would like to get rid of it.

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  • Julia

    I am curious to know if the iqs program and cookbook are workable for vegetarians and vegans?

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    Sarah Wilson

    Sarah WilsonSarah Wilson Reply:

    Yep…there are plenty of veg-based recipes in there… I do eat meat myself and advocate rich protein as part of the program, however coconut features heavily as do eggs and cheese (not so very much vegan). The cookbook has a number of vegan recipes.

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  • Lyndal

    DONE! Totally inspired by seeing you at the PB Event x

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  • Beth Cregan

    I am on my third sugar free week ( after buying IQS when it was first released! Okay so it took me a while to commit) I imagined it would be almost impossible to live without sugar but it’s easier than I thought. Love the cookbook too – Coconutty granola is certainly my go to snack when I need a fix and oxidised nuts… so worth the effort!

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    Sarah Wilson

    Sarah WilsonSarah Wilson Reply:

    just ate a bowl myself!

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  • jo

    Hi Sarah, this sounds great but I’m not on facebook – can I still join in?

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    Naomi Reply:

    me either, wondering the same thing.

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    Diem Reply:

    Ditto. No Facebook account.

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  • http://www.twitter.com/graceb123 grace b

    My boyfriend and I are quitting sugar as of tomorrow! (I have been working on it for the last two weeks–unsweetened tea is a lifesaver!) So tonight we are having our junk food blowout at it were. What is REALLY helping me is watching youtube lectures by Dr. Robert Lustig, Andrew Weil, and others about the effects of sugar, the pros of traditional/unprocessed foods (a la Sally Fallon), and some bloggers who have quit sugar too. We will definitely be looking into your program Sarah for some good recipes! Eating more protein (via meat), coconut oil, quinoa (so filling!) and drinking loads of water is really helpful! Thanks for the heads up about the cookbook.

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  • http://lemongrass-love.blogspot.com.au/ Erin @ Lemongrass Love

    Yay! Great idea, Sarah. I bought the IQS e-book about 2 months ago and it has changed my attitude towards food for life. I’m still amazed at how light and healthy I feel, and I haven’t even yet committed myself 100%!
    Will definitely be following this program. Thanks a bunch!x

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  • Kate

    I understand the sentiment behind linking everything to Facebook: promotion, marketing etc etc, but as a “non-face-booker” am finding it more and more frustrating that all my favourite blogs (this one, nourished kitchen, food renegade et al) are seeming to more and more push Facebook onto readers). Is there anyway to still participate (if only partly) by only signing up for the newsletter?

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    Sarah Wilson

    Sarah WilsonSarah Wilson Reply:

    I hear you… but in this case I’m doing it so people not interested in quitting sugar don’t get bombarded with IQS info on this blog…

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    Kate Reply:

    Thanks Sarah, I appreciate both your reply and your explanation: i.e. some readers previously expressing some discontent with the “innundation” of IQS info” so this makes perfect sense! I’m sorry if my previous comment sounded rude or “whingy”.

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  • Laura

    Hi Sarah,
    Have quit sugar for about a week now and my body is absolutely loving it. Thank you so much! :) I am however a huge fan of Thai food, and I know this should generally be avoided. Are there any dishes that I could order at my fave Thai restaurant without setting off a glycaemic disaster? Would love to hear your thoughts!
    Laura

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    Sam Taylor Reply:

    Me too Laura, I would also be intriged to see if there is anything that is ok to eat!

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  • Georgia

    Hi Sarah,
    Have quit sugar before (then travelled and gave into temptation!). Am going to spend the next two weeks as my “trial” weeding out the sugars before going all gung ho on the 29th! so excited!

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  • Jane

    How fortuitous, I just started week 3 yesterday. I friend of mine did the program and has been sugar free for 6 months now. She said it has changed her life – I thought that was a pretty good motivation to actually do it properly this time (only the 3rd attempt since i bought the ebook last year!) Hopefully this will give me the strength to keep going this time. Great idea!

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  • Michelle

    I have struggledddddd giving up sugar, even with your book! Can you give some prep advice so I can hit the ground running on the 29th, that would be great. Thank you!!

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    Sarah Wilson

    Sarah WilsonSarah Wilson Reply:

    don’t fret. week 1 is simply about cutting back a little.

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  • Miranda

    I did this when Sarah first released the book in 2011. I have kept to it, however I reintroduced fruit and natural yoghurt as part of my breakfast and now I eat up to three sometimes four pieces of fruit each day. It is amazing having not had fruit for ages the shift it makes when you reintroduce it. I now find myself hungrier than when I was having eggs for breakfast. Plus I find that if i eat fruit, I tend to, because I feel hungrier, graze throughout the day a lot more. Might have to follow the program with you all, take out the fruit again for a while and see how I travel. It is interesting, given that fruit is supposedly a healthy choice, just how overpowering if can become – all that sugar!

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  • http://norfolkislandweddings.blogspot.com Cristina Rose McRitchie

    Great timing to take us up until Christmas. It will be good to get back into the swing of sugar free again after a recent indulgent holiday to Hawaii.
    I will have it down pat again before all those tempting Christmas parties that begin next month. The health benefits are so worth it.

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  • kate

    just curious, given this is leading up to the festive season.. how does alcohol fit into this program? is it off limits?

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  • Laura

    I bought the IQS program sometime back – can I still participate?

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  • http://www.alittlenourishment.com Kristy

    Hi Sarah,

    I’m on board as of today. I’m going to be chronicling my journey on my new blog as I move through the 8wk program and I’m really excited about it. My first post in this series compares my smoking addiction (thankfully now over) to my sugar addiction (unfortunately still current) http://wp.me/p2Jweu-2V

    If you have the time have a look and let me know what you think.

    With love and much respect,
    Kristy

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  • Naz

    Looking forward to this even though I did the program almost 6 months ago! or maybe it’s been longer! WOW…. sugar-free and not turning back :) Thanks Sarah!

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  • Kait

    Hey Sarah :)

    Looking forward to the program and quitting sugar.

    I have liked the FB page and subscribed to the newsletter and purchased the ebook. However my Paypal account is under my partners name so when i brought the ebook the invoice was sent to him. Does is matter that the invoice wasn’t set to me?

    Thanks!

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  • Marnie B

    Hey Sarah,

    I’m 39 weeks sugar free after reading your IQS ebook earlier this year, but keen to get a refresher after some slip ups while pregnant, so I’m joining in! Glad you’re running the program again. It was so helpful the first time round.

    Marnie

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  • Rebecca

    Hi Sarah,
    I purchased the IQS bundle yesterday but never recieved anything. Maybe I did something wrong – I’m not very tech savvy. I gave my paypal receipt for item number 1114800
    Can I get some help?
    Thanks so much
    Becky

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  • Hannah

    Hi Sarah,
    Firstly i should say that i love your work! I have hashi too and have found all do your research and insights soooo helpful. Thank you.
    also, i need some help….i have purchased the IQS book but never received a link to download it…? I also purchased the cookbook and the download link worked perfectly… I want to do the 8 week program with you. Can you please resend the download link for the IQS program?
    Thanks!
    Hannah

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  • Aurelie

    Hi,
    I will be on holiday doing a road trip of the south island late October early November so won’t be available to start on the 29th.
    Will I be disadvantaged if I purchase the bundle but aren’t able to start until the 10th November when I get back home?
    Just wondering…

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  • Aurelie

    Not to worry, I have signed up anyway ;)

    Looks like I will be quitting sugar while on holiday! Hah.

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  • Samantha

    Hi Sarah – like a couple of others, I’ve just purhased the bundle this afternoon and haven’t received anything. The $29 has come out of my account so I know I didn’t do anything wrong in that sense, but wonder if its possible to have an email version of the PDF sent through? I did send this query through to media@sarahwilson.com which may well be the wrong way about it, but I was hoping to get my copies today, if possible. Hope you can help, thanks.

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  • Pauline AV

    Hi, I’ve bought the IQS book and nearly finished Week 1 (just ate the last banana!)
    I don’t eat much sweet stuff apart from fruit so I’m thinking of going straight to Week 3.

    One question, however: do I have to give up my morning half a lemon squeezed into half a glass of hot water? Googling around, I find a lemon contains 1.5g of fructose, but it makes such a great start to the day…

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  • Gill

    Hi Sarah, like others I am joining the pre christmas programme. I gave up sugar after reading Sweet Poison while we were traveling in the north of West australia in September and then found your website and downloaded your book on my Kindle, I am really looking forward to the programme to re-inforce what I have already started, thanks for all you are doing. xxx

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  • Sophie

    Ok, I’m in! It’s a second (maybe third) go for me. I loved being off the sugar, some dastardly self sabotaging has been in place. Not having it as an option is key for me. And having lots of non sugar options for kids too!

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  • Emma

    Hi Sarah,

    I just bought the bundle and I’m really looking forward to doing the program. Will start prepping myself now for starting on 29th October. Thanks so much for writing these books, it’s a huge help to many people like myself. (Have signed up to the newsletter and on your Facebook page too).

    Have an awesome day!

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  • Esta

    Okay I’m going to do it!

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  • Kylie

    Yay I just purchased the bundle and looking forward to the 8 week challenge I have a real problem with eating too much sugar so Im really hoping this will help me I have tried quitting sugar before but didn’t last too long. Fingers crossed this time I will stick to it!!! :)

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  • Shirley

    I’m signing up for this. I bought the books last weekend and have been very conscious of my sugar intake this last week and was going to do the eight weeks before Christmas anyway so you are giving me a kick in the pants. Thank you

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  • http://www.sonieland.com sonieee

    I’m in! I’ve spoken to my personal trainer and he said it would be great to make this part of my next training goal, so lots of support from him, and from hubby also (although I haven’t convinced him to do it with me… yet!)

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  • Justine

    Hi guys! I’ve been doing the program for two weeks now. I made the almond butter bark last week (it was delicious) and then after coming across someone else’s comment on another post, worried that I wasn’t supposed to make the sweet recipes until the fifth or sixth week. I went through the book again and it doesn’t explicitly say when those recipes can be made. Does anyone know about that?

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  • Emma

    Hello.
    So is everyone starting on the 29th or have you already started ?

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    Esta Reply:

    Emma I’m waiting until the 29th

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  • Emma

    Can we download books on an iPad ?

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  • Rebecca

    Hello Lovely People!
    I would like some help please. I purchased the IQS bundle last week, but I haven’t recieved anything yet :( While I’m sure Sarah will get to me as soon as she can – I am bursting to get started! Is anyone willing to share their IQS program with me until I am able to download mine? It would be greatly appreciated.

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  • Sandra

    Hi I had already bought the other books and have just purchased the program but can’t get it to download, thanks

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  • Siobhan

    Hi there

    I’m all signed up. My question is: How much support is there for vegetarians? My husband is vegetarian and it’s hard for us to eat separately every meal.

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  • Cheryl

    When does this start? What do you call “pre-Christmas”?

    I bought IQS some months ago and signed up for the Newsletter and joined the FB page.

    I only managed week 1 – I think I need the support of a community!

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    Esta Reply:

    I think the start date earlier in this post is oct 29

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  • michelle

    Does anyone know if it includes shopping lists? I find these super useful

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  • http://beccibird.blogspot.com Becci

    Did steps 1,2 and 3 and am joining up with my work mate to do it so we can support each other (and keep away from the office bikkie and lolly jars). Can’t promise I won’t stray if wine is banned though!

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  • Magda

    Hi Sarah, I bought the IQS book last week but didn’t realise I could bundle the cookbook (should have kept scrolling down d’oh!) – is there anyway that I can organise to do that or is it too late? I need recipes to get me through the next 8 weeks!

    thanks,

    xx

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  • Mia

    I purchased both books a few months ago and have just signed up for the newsletter. With summer fast approaching I’m more motivated to become more clean and lean and to be the best version of myself that I can be.
    x

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  • Mandy

    I bought the ebook and ecookbook a few days ago and i am ready to start tomorrow! i am soooooo ready for this tired, lethargic me to go away!

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  • Kat Scott

    Hi Sarah

    I’ve just signed up to the quitter pre christmas program – very excited!
    The number is 5353-2165-3485-1005

    Looking forward to the journey!
    Kat

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  • CHRISTINE MCNAMARA

    I have just purchased both books – what do I do to get started -

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  • Kellie

    Hi Sarah

    Do you need to be part of facebook to participate in this program

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  • Vasiliki

    Hi Sarah, I purchased the e-book in September but really would like to join this program now? I have tried to do this on my own but feel a little unsuccessful but is this still possible to do with other people for Christmas? Vasiliki.

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    Esta Reply:

    Completely off topic but Vasiliki was my grandmother’s name :D

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  • Karly

    Im currently breastfeeding and eat a fairly sensible diet already fairly low in sugar and processed foods however i want to clean it right up and quit alltogether. will this have any effects on my milk?? i have been told that detoxing can cause toxins to be released into the milk and this is a form of detoxing i suppose….any knowledge here would be great. thanks

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