The old adage "you are what you eat" is even truer for those with Type 1 or 2 diabetes.
You need at least 3 full meals a day with some snacks in between to keep glucose levels steady, but you likely worry that what you are eating is not providing you with important nutrients while spiking your blood sugar. Have no fear.
This diabetic cookbook is packed with quick, healthy and delicious recipes that leave you satisfied and healthy.
Many diabetic cookbooks and meal plans focus mostly on sugar content. This significantly reduces the variety of foods that you are able to enjoy and can have a negative impact on nutrient levels.
When someone has diabetes, it is important to look at the big picture and this means at all of the essential nutrients that the body needs. This not only ensures that the body is totally healthy, but it also helps to make sure that you are able to eat all of your favorite foods with the right preparation techniques and a few small adjustments.
The recipes included here in this diabetic cookbook look at that bigger picture. Whether using this diabetic cookbook for breakfast or the snacks in between meals, you will find delicious options that work with your schedule.
You will not have to worry about feeling hungry or deprived again. Breakfast favorites, a chai latte or an omelet can still be had. Enjoy a peanut butter chocolate brownie for dessert or some trail mix for a quick afternoon snack to kill hunger pangs while you are waiting for a nutritious dinner. For dinner foods, such as pasta and beef stew are not off the menu.
The recipes in this diabetic cookbook are easy to make so you can keep your diabetes in check while still enjoying all of your favorites. Think of it as a diabetic cookbook for beginners since it is so simple to follow.
All you have to do is eat delicious foods that you truly love to keep your diabetes managed. This makes living with this condition a bit easier, and the food part of your life will even be enjoyable.
The nutritional facts leave out carbs? am I supposed to figure it out myself? I wish I could return it... I guess I just have this forever now