The 2014 Australian Sugar Free Shopper’s Guide

By April 30, 2014Books, Sugar
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It’s Finally Here!

The 2014 Australian Sugar Free Shopper’s Guide is the must-have navigator for your local supermarket if you plan to buy anything in a package.

The guide contains comprehensive listings of the most commonly purchased categories of packaged food available in Australian stores.  Each category has been scoured for brands that have less than 3 grams of sugar per 100 grams.

It’s a guide that removes all the bad products from the supermarket shelf and makes it easy for you to select simply and quickly from the good ones that are left.

But wait.  There’s more.  I’ve also included a similar analysis of the popular fast food options on offer in most Australian cities.

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Use the buttons above to get the guide for the introductory price of $6.95 (normally $9.95).  You’ll be emailed the PDF immediately so can have it on your smartphone, iPad or tablet or print it out if you prefer and have it with you all the time.

Alternatively you can subscribe to howmuchsugar.com and not only get the shopper’s guide (and updates as part of your membership) but also detailed sugar guides to the sugar content of all foods in a given category, great recipes that you can make at home, the members forum to share your experiences and extras such as the Vegetable Oil Ready Reckoners and other handy shortcut tools that I regularly create and share with members.

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Join the discussion 28 Comments

  • Sue says:

    David will this PDF be available for purchase through iBooks like the rest of your publications?

  • David Gillespie says:

    Yes it will be available shortly as an iBook – I’ll post a link when it is.

  • vikki lawton says:

    Hi can I purchase this list from the UK…..

  • David Gillespie says:

    You should be able to Vikki – just click the link and give it a go. If there’s a problem just email me david@davidgillespie.org

  • Sue says:

    Thank you David, I will keep a look out.

  • Anna says:

    Hello, I am trying to buy 2 copies and can’t seem to change the quantity. Any suggestions?

  • David Gillespie says:

    Hmm … I don’t think you can Anna – perhaps just buy it twice? Thanks for being so honest.

  • Taryn Dickinson says:

    hi, i’m hoping to grab a hard copy of the shopping guide book. are these available yet? thanks, taryn

  • David Gillespie says:

    Not yet Taryn – but when they are (soonish) I’ll post info on here and facebook

  • Taryn Dickinson says:

    thanks david, couldn’t wait, i just bought the pdf version. haha. loving it

  • Sue says:

    Has there been anyone from NZ purchase this yet and if so, is there a good percentage of the items listed, available in NZ? Just wondering if most of the items are also available in NZ.

  • Liss says:

    hiya, I just purchased it from nz and it was not as useful as I was hoping… mainly because many of the products we haven’t got.

  • David Gillespie says:

    I will work on a NZ guide as soon as the next two are done (UK & US) – which will be soon

  • Lisa Seager says:

    I thought I was purchasing a shopping guide book on line but just got the pages to print out. I was a bit disappointed $6.95 is not much to pay but I prefer to have a hard copy rather than keep going to my computer. I bought your book Sweet poison quit plan on line and your sweet poison book in store. Very enlightening but I would like to know how much sugar we should be consuming a day. I have cut down quite a lot in changing to different brands but what is acceptable Lisa

  • […] and take-away food, then you’ll find it easy if you have my Sugar Free Shopper’s Guide.  Australian and UK versions are now available with the US version coming […]

  • Matt Cox says:

    Hi David

    Is the ibook version Kindle friendly…..or is there an Amazon version coming ?

    Cheers

    Matt

  • David Gillespie says:

    You can get the Kindle version here Matt https://www.amazon.com.au/dp/B00K1A2B2E

  • Margaret R Milne says:

    Dear David I would like to thank you so much for writing the book Sweet Poison,I have lost 15kg
    and i feel great, I have been dieting for my whole adult life, this plan is GREAT, My Blood Pressure is Normal, my Colestrol is perfect and i have a fatty liver it has gone from 245 down to 94,I also was on the verge of being a Diabetic but that is also normal.
    Thank you so much, and keep the Raising Hell going i read them all.
    Cheers Margie

  • Jane says:

    Would love a NZ copy too please! 🙂

  • David Gillespie says:

    Working on it Jane – it will be the next one to be released

  • lorraine says:

    Is this available on Android too ?

  • Reginald de Baritault says:

    Dear mr. Gillespie in over a month period i will have a 2 day open day in upper caboolture/ morayfield area and would like to invite you as a special guest for a speech about , to not say against, sugar. Myself i cut on sugar for years and i feel much better now at 49 than i was in my 30ies. Please call me when possible 0412 976 122. Thanks. Reg

  • Reginald de Baritault says:

    Sorry i forgot to mention that my 2 days open day is on real eatate/finance/law and of course a bit of health issue. Reg

  • David Gillespie says:

    Its not available on the Google play store but if you purchase the PDF from here you should be able to view it on Android devices

  • David Gillespie says:

    Reg – please email me david@davidgillespie.org with details of the course.

  • David says:

    Where in Sydney can I buy this book ?

  • David Gillespie says:

    Unfortunately its only available as a paperback on Amazon.com at the moment

  • Leanne says:

    Hi David, I am just about to start the no sugar thing are your recipe books and the supermarket help book available in all book stores. I have read your Eat real food book, I am looking forward to putting it all into practice.

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