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The New Diabetes Diet: Control At Last (& Easy Weight Loss) with No Carb Counting, No Sugar, No Flour...AND Brownies! Paperback – June 2, 2011
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I'd STRONGLY suggest you don't waste your money on this collection. If there was a way to get a refund, I'd demand it.
After thumbing through the recipes, I was initially disappointed to see so many fat-free ingredients, as dietary fat in a low carb lifestyle isn't a problem. Using fake cheese in baked goods doesn't really appeal to me either although the authors claim it binds the ingredients for better texture.
I've only made three recipes from the book but that's enough for me to toss it in the recycling bin. Their Chocolate Mighty Muffin recipe is available on YouTube but be warned the calorie count quoted in the video is more than 100 calories too low. The woman uses chopped nuts in her demo (which aren't used in the book) and then fails to add them to the calorie count. The muffin looks ok but tastes like a brown sponge. Only the faintest wisp of chocolate taste but not enough to give this thing any redeeming value. Although I will say it didn't raise my blood sugar (I only made it through half before throwing it away).
Next, I tried the Fudge Sauce; ready for this? Two tablespoons of cocoa (they recommend Hershey's), Two tablespoons of Splenda, One teaspoon of Jell-O sugar-free Vanilla Pudding powder, mixed with "fresh, cold water" (as opposed to warm, stale water, I guess) until sauce reaches desired consistency. Be still my heart! This tastes exactly like, like....cocoa mixed with water. Yuck.Read more ›
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lots of good info on diabetes but the recipes don't turn out that good.Published 16 months ago by mike
Good recipes, but some inaccurate recipes. Bread states it makes one 8"x 4" loaf, but actually makes two loafs. Recipes seem to use excessive amounts of Splenda. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Helen R.
I eat low carb and am controlling my blood sugar and blood pressure this way. I used to take 200 units of insulin every day and now I don't take any. Wonderful book.... Read morePublished 22 months ago by dot
I am a retired RN and this one takes the prize...I am diabetic and most of the diets given to diabetic would have had me needing insulin by now... Read morePublished on April 30, 2014 by Mountainlady
Outstanding easy to read and understand why most overweight people are pre-diabetic and what you can do about it. Very interestingPublished on January 1, 2014 by James E. Johnson
I was diagnoised with diabetes 5 months ago & Joyce & Dr. Robert have made it so much easier to understand what my body is going thru - I have lost 14 lbs. Read morePublished on May 27, 2013 by sherry
The book is pretty good. Better than average.
The recipe's have tasted average and have been easy to follow. A quality grocery store is necessary to follow the book.