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People With Diabetes Can Eat Anything: it's all about balance Paperback – February 9, 2013
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From the Author
When it comes to the food we put into our bodies, healthy choices are important. But I believe that the attitude with which we approach food, diabetes, and life in general, is even more essential in leading us to success, happiness, and optimal health.
From the Back Cover
For far too long people with diabetes have been told what they can eat and what they should do. It's time for a different approach to managing diabetes; one that balances having a positive attitude, owning the disease, and making choices. Written for people with diabetes and those who care about them, People With Diabetes Can Eat Anything provides readers with the tools to feel empowered, confident and prepared to go out into the world and make healthy choices. Dickinson recounts her journey from diagnosis to successful diabetes management and everything in between. She shares her own frustrations with food (and other diabetes situations) and what she has learned from them and from the people with whom she works. Through humor and a conversational approach the author anticipates questions, provides answers and puts readers at ease.
Top customer reviews
Having this book around is like having 24/7 access to a terrific CDE. Be warned, though - it's hard to come up with excuses if you have this book at your disposal. Dickinson clearly works to empower people with diabetes to take control, make healthy choices, and LIVE with diabetes - emphasis on the 'living'. The book is a support, thorough resource, and pep-talk all-in-one. I highly recommend it for anyone learning to live with diabetes AND for anyone who, like me, feels like they've lived with diabetes forever.