The 2014 British Sugar Free Shopper’s Guide
This 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 British 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. It also includes a similar analysis of the popular fast food options on offer in most UK cities.
The 2014 Australian Sugar Free Shopper’s Guide
Breaking a sugar addiction means that before you even start you’ve got to pick your way through a minefield of fructose filled foods. But in every category of foods there are some which are much lower in fructose than others. This Guide is all about helping you find those low fructose foods.
David Gillespie has six kids. When it came time to select high schools, he thought it worth doing some investigation to assess the level of advantage his kids would enjoy if he spent the required $1.3 million to send them all to private schools.
Shockingly, the answer was: none whatsoever.
Sweet Poison exposes one of the great health scourges of our time and offers a wealth of practical and accessible information on how to avoid fructose, increase your enjoyment of food and lose weight.
The Sweet Poison Quit Plan
Packed with reader anecdotes and lists to help you organise your sugar-free life, this book presents one of the most accessible and achievable strategies around for losing weight and avoiding some of the more pernicious lifestyle diseases that are increasingly associated with excessive sugar consumption. Gillespie is an informed and entertaining writer who makes his subject fascinating, and inspires with his passion and logic.
The Sweet Poison Quit Plan Cookbook
Sweet Poison Quit Plan Cookbook features more than 80 illustrated recipes for Australia’s favourite sweet treats, from Anzac biscuits, lamingtons and pavlova to chocolate cake, baklava, brownies and doughnuts. If you don’t eat sugar but still have kids to feed, birthday parties to throw, and guests popping in for morning tea, the solution is right here. These are the special treats that you can eat for the rest of your life.
Big Fat Lies
In Big Fat Lies David explodes the myths about diet, exercise and vitamin supplements, examining the latest scientific evidence and exposing the role the multibillion-dollar food, health and diet industries have played in promoting the health messages we follow or feel guilty about not following.
Everything you believe about fat is wrong. Polyunsaturated oil – everyone knows it’s good for you, right? Wrong! And we all know artery-clogging, cholesterol-forming saturated fat is bad for you, don’t we? Wrong again! In his previous book Big Fat Lies, David Gillespie showed that these ‘truths’ are in fact myths, based on poor research and bad evidence.