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Diabetic Living Quick & Easy Meals Paperback – October 19, 2010
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Delicious, diabetes-friendly meals in minutes!
It's easy to eat right for diabetes with this photo-filled collection of fast-fix dishes everyone in the family can enjoy. More than 120 simple options for hearty breakfasts, marvelous main dishes, sides, snacks, and even desserts make it a snap to put healthy meals on the table every day of the week. With recipes that are low in fat, carb-smart, and made with nutritious ingredients, you can feel good about your meal choices, and your family will enjoy the great flavors. The book includes a mouthwatering photo of every recipe.
You'll also find:
Q&As with the experts at Diabetic Living magazine, who address common questions such as which artificial sweeteners are best for baking
Guidance on maintaining a smart eating plan
Time-saving tips for making healthy meals
Special chapters for quick-prep slow cooker meals and desserts ready to bake in 30 minutes or less
Full nutritional information for every recipe
Specific serving sizes so you can easily know what portion to put on your plate
About the Author
Diabetic Living® is the number one lifestyle magazine for people living with diabetes, written and reviewed by experts in diabetes management, as well as people living with diabetes. Visit DiabeticLivingOnline.com for more helpful tips and delicious recipes.
Top customer reviews
There are a significant number of recipes that use regular bread and pasta, although it's **very** easy to fix that by using whole grain substitutes (or mixing regular pasta with whole grain pasta for a good compromise). And, although there is a lot of bread and pasta in the book, the carb counts per serving still max out at 35 grams (there aren't many recipes that have that high of a carb count, if that concerns you). Because there are those recipes, when you're craving something like noodles or sandwiches (let's face it -- it happens!) you are assured to stay within your carb allotment!
The recipes in this book were well-planned, and although I LOVE salt and ingredients that are not altogether healthy, the flavors and textures of the foods featured here are enough to keep me on track to healthier eating. I'm not diabetic, but by using this book I will help myself stay healthier than ever (and I have recipes to pass along to my dad, who loves healthy diabetic cooking). It was a good find!