Description: While The Diabetic Gourmet Cookbook has been designed to meet the needs of people living with diabetes, it really is a cookbook for everyone that appreciates great food. With over 200 recipes that are perfect for everyday meals, as well as for entertaining, The Diabetic Gourmet Cookbook makes a wonderful, thoughtful addition to any cookbook collection.
Description: In this revised and expanded edition of their all-around guide to living with diabetes, the authors provide cutting-edge information on the latest treatments and scientific advances; new and important tips for making smart food choices and de-signing eating plans; and answers to frequently asked questions.
Description: For diabetics, achieving an interesting and healthy diet is a challenge. But with Great Healthy Food Diabetes, it's easy to serve up food that tastes wonderful and adheres to the published medical requirements.
Description: Here are simple, fun, healthy recipes and activities for kids with diabetes that they can make themselves or with their parents.
Recipes and projects help kids understand the importance of food to their health.
Description: 1,001 Delicious Desserts for People with Diabetes presents a wide range of desserts suitable for a diabetic diet. Its palate-pleasing illustrations and recipes include Peanut Butter Cupcakes and Double Coconut Cream Meringue Pie. Each recipe adheres to nutritional guidelines.
Description: 1,001 Delicious Recipes for People with Diabetes combines the most up-to-date nutritional recommendations with contemporary culinary tastes. This huge resource includes savory selections for every meal of the day and features recipes for Blueberry Pancakes with Blueberry Maple Syrup, Shrimp and Artichoke Ravioli with Tarragon Sauce, Pizza with Caramelized Onions and Smoked Turkey, and Lemon Cloud Pie, among others. Each recipe is accompanied by nutrition facts and food exchanges.
Description: Many cookbooks for people with diabetes are written by nutritionists or dietitians, but while those books might present well-balanced and nutritional recipes, they often fail to focus on recipes that are flavorful and easy to prepare. Author Chris Smith is not only a trained restaurant chef and a graduate of the prestigious Culinary Institute of America—but he is also a person with diabetes.
Description: Are carbohydrates fattening? Does sugar make kids hyperactive? Are fiber supplements just as good as the real thing? The questions, and myths, surrounding carbohydrates abound. But with this book, The American Dietetic Association sets the record straight.
This new book gives you the type 2 diabetes checklists you need, road maps for what to do in various situations, and lists of the proper provisions. You'll discover information about correcting high and low blood sugar, spotting signs of trouble, using the right gadgets to dose insulin or measure your blood sugar, and more.
Better Homes and Gardens Carb Counter’s Diabetic Cookbook can be a key tool in managing diabetes and improving quality of life. The book features the most current meal-planning strategy recognized by the American Diabetes Association: counting carbohydrates.
Description: 365 Daily Meditations for People with Diabetes features one meditation for each day of the year. This inspiring book provides people with diabetes a way to tackle each day with a positive attitude.
Description: Features the latest information on the best food and dietary strategies for preventing diabetes and for managing prediabetic conditions, such as insulin resistance and the metabolic syndrome.
Description: 101 Tips for Coping with Diabetes takes a new and improved approach to dealing with diabetes, steering readers clear of dangerous "coping" habits such as drinking, smoking, or eating too much.
"Tired of juggling healthy cooking with the time crunch in today's busy schedules? Ready to make something spectacular out of those dusty foodstuffs in your pantry? If so, then Robyn Webb's 200 Healthy Recipes in 30 Minutes or Less! is the cookbook for you.