In the recent years, there have been a number of watershed books highlighting how sugar and processed foods are detrimental to our diets—causing health complications like Type 2 Diabetes and Non-Alcoholic Fatty Liver Disease (NAFL), but few books have been made to simplify sugar-free eating in a practical manner for people who live busy lives. Oakes‘ SUGARDETOXME gives readers a no-nonsense, easy-to-follow cookbook and guide that not only arms readers with knowledge on how one’s mind and body are affected when eating sugar, but also suggests ways to change one’s behavior practically and affordably, and successfully conquering cravings. At the heart of the book are 10 Meal Maps and more than a hundred mouth-watering recipes. The Meal Maps show how ingredients can be used for multiple dishes in order to maximize each ingredient, minimize waste, and save money. Basically each Meal Map contains its own shopping list, recipe list, and meal plan, with an aim to simplify cooking to its basic (and delicious) essentials.