Quitting sugar takes more than "willpower."Sugar is not only bad for your health, it’s also a substance with highly addictive potential -- one that creates physical, neurological, and hormonal changes that often make moderation impossible.And, quitting sugar takes more than "willpower." Molly Carmel, an eating disorder therapist with a thriving clinic in New York City, discovered the devastating role sugar played in her own 20-year struggle with disordered eating. After reaching 325 pounds, Molly found the key to transform her life... by breaking up with sugar.She has since helped thousands of people overcome compulsive overeating, repetitive dieting, and sugar addiction. In her book, Breaking Up With Sugar: Divorce the Diets, Drop the Pounds, and Live Your Best Life, Molly outlines a 66-day blueprint for cutting ties with sugar, once and for all.Listen as Molly joins Dr. Bond to share insights from the book, as well as from her own journey to a happy, healthy, sugar-free life.