Cocinando Para Latinos Con Diabetes

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McGraw-Hill Companies,Incorporated, Sep 11, 2002 - Cooking - 259 pages
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Latinos as an ethnic group are at substantial risk for the development of diabetes. This cookbook presents recipes in a bilingual format for optimal use by the Latino/Hispanic communities. Including more than 125 recipes in both English and Spanish, there are chapters on soups, rice dishes, legumes, vegetables, chicken, meats, desserts, and much more. The book includes introductory chapters on diabetes, the role of nutrition, and basic meal planning.

Recipes include: Argentinean Empanadas (Turnovers), Puchero de Pollo (Chicken Stew), Cuban Potato Soup, and Vegetable Enchiladas with Red Sauce

Olga Fuste, M.S., R.D., C.D.E., is in charge of designing and implementing a nutrition management program for older adults with the Washington State University Cooperative Extension. She is an active member of the Latino/Hispanic community.

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Diabetics must be careful when eating, as too many carbohydrates and too much fat and sodium will elevate their blood glucose, cholesterol, and blood pressure. Those who enjoy spicy Latin American ... Read full review


Ensaladas Verduras
Sopas Pucheros Sancochos
Carnes Pescados Mariscos
Empanadas Rellenos Platos de Malz Choclo
Glosario de Comida
Tabla de Chiles

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