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Diabetes Food & Nutrition Bible: A Complete Guide To Planning, Shopping, Cooking, And Eating by Robyn Webb

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  • ISBN 10 158040037X
  • ISBN 13 9781580400374
  • Published Jun 01 2001
  • Format Paperback
  • Language English
  • Countries United States
  • Publisher American Diabetes Association

Publishers Text

In its first all-in-one food and nutrition book, the ADA has introduced a combination of the how-tos of healthful eating with diabetes with a menu planner and cookbook. Diabetes Food & Nutrition Bible is divided into three sections: Meal Planning, Healthy Shopping, and Recipes (using the ingredients from the previous section). With joint résumés that include nutrition education, diabetes education, and running a cooking school, Warshaw and Webb have produced more than 100 recipes that are so delicious that it is hard to believe they are all nutritionally sound. From grains and starchy vegetables to main dishes and desserts this cookbook covers an array of easy-to-prepare healthful meals. Italian Wild Rice Pilaf, Cauliflower with Cheddar Cheese Sauce, Bow-Tie Pasta with Sun-Dried Tomato Pesto and White Beans, Teriyaki-Glazed Tuna, and Pears Baked in White Wine are only a few of the incredibly diverse dishes that will please everyone.
  • Hundreds of tips on easy ways to work healthy food choices into your meals
  • Nutrition Superstars. These foods, from avocado to leafy green vegetables to wheat germ, are nutrition powerhouses. One may be a good source of fiber, another may be an excellent source of calcium. These foods give you an above-average dose of nutrition for your calories.
  • How to find and create a partnership with a dietitian.
  • More than 100 recipes for healthful, flavorful meals, many of which feature a Nutrition Superstar.
  • Nutrition information for diabetes meal planning, whether you use the exchange system, carbohydrate counting, fat and calorie counting, or another method.


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