Everyday Diabetes Meals Cooking for One or Two by Laura Cipullo and Lisa Mikus. This is a scary number but right here in the United States 29 million people are affected and is the seventh leading cause of death. In this book imagine being able to enjoy all foods, never having to count carbohydrates again and still effectively managing your diabetes well, now you can. Whether it’s time to eat breakfast, hit the beach or celebrate your favorite holiday, you will always have a recipe at your fingertips to prepare simply, savor and satisfy every desire. This is your time to really live stress-free. Welcome to your “everyday diabetes” guide to food, fitness, sleep and mindfulness.
Hello to the new you! Careful meal planning is paramount when it comes to managing diabetes, and these healthy recipes will help you do that they’re easy to prepare and specifically designed for one or two people. Living with diabetes may seem daunting, but this cookbook will make it so much easier. The 150 recipes will ease any nutrition anxiety because all the work has been done for you. Each recipe meets the American Diabetes Association’s recommended standard carbohydrate allotment of 45 to 60 grams per meal. These recipes will help to decrease the risk of insulin resistance, hypoglycemic and hyperglycemic episodes, and your risk for other health issues associated with diabetes. Plus, you’ll reduce your food bill and your waistline and improve your blood sugar management!
My Opinion: I enjoyed the book along with the recipes and to be honest I am told I am pre-diabetes so this will be going in my kitchen and I will be using this to make healthier meals so I can feel better and have more energy.
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