Eating healthy is a big part of not only your overall health, but managing your diabetes properly. Take a look at 2 great cookbooks for helping you eat healthy all year long: Healthy Calendar Diabetic Cooking and the New Glucose Revolution Low GI Vegetarian Cookbook. With hundreds of recipes in both books, you'll have great nutritious recipes for every day of the year.
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If you are into reading about weight control as most people with prediabetes or diabetes are, you are likely to have heard about Wheat Belly, a book that portrays wheat as the culprit in our obesity epidemic. The author William Davis MD, a cardiologist, connects two occurrences: the increase in obesity since the 1970’s and the government guidelines to lower fat in the diet which he says led to an increase in carbohydrates, specifically wheat in the diet
Taking Control of Your Diabetes is a unique book that will inform, empower, and enlighten you to live happier and healthier with diabetes. The author, Steven V. Edelman, MD, is not only a physician who cares for people with diabetes, but has lived with this condition for over 40 years. Through humor, real case presentations, expertise from other diabetes specialists, and a down-to-earth writing style, Taking Control of Your Diabetes will not only educate you but, more importantly, it will inspire and activate you to put diabetes high on your priority list.
New from the ADA- Fast and Flavorful, Great Diabetes Meals from Market to Table by Linda Gassenheimer, producer and host of Food, News and Views on NPR and the Miami Herald column "Dinner in Minutes". The book features quickly prepared recipes for two, with shopping lists and preparation times for the recipes, as well as a list of calories, fats, cholesterol, sodium, carbohydrate, dietary fiber, sugars, protein and exchange list.
The 15 Minute Diabetic Meals cookbook by Nancy Hughes has over 200 recipes that allow you to make healthy and tasty meals almost as fast as you can eat them! By taking advantage of widely available convenience items such as pre-cooked meat and poultry and grains and fresh or frozen pre cut produce, you can make nutritious meals straight out of your freezer.
The totally revised and updated 5th edition of Pumping Insulin by John Walsh & Ruth Roberts is now available in paperback or as an eBook. Get the complete guide for achieving excellent control on an insulin pump on your favorite device today!
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