Diabetes (Text Only) (Recipes for Health)

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HarperCollins UK, Oct 25, 2012 - Cooking - 256 pages

New edition of this excellent collection of low sugar, low fat, carbohydrate counted recipes to help manage diabetes.

The right diet is the foundation for succesful management of Diabetes. This revised edition is a cookbook containing over 200 recipes as well as a comprehensive guide to living well with diabetes.

Published in association with the British Diabetic Association, it contains their very latest health care and nutrition advice:
• Keeping weight down • Alternatives to sugar
• Using carbohydrates to maintain steady glucose levels • What to do in an emergency
Each recipe is devised specifically to match the nutritive needs of diabetes – but these recipes are so healthy they’re actually good for anyone wanting to stick to a low sugar, high fibre, low fat diet.

Calorie counts and CBH (carbohydrate) ratings are provided alongside every recipe so that it’s easy to keep track of glucose and energy levels.

Easy everyday meals • Meals for 1, 2 or more people
• Dishes for dinner parties and entertaining • Vegetarian options
• Plenty of delicious puddings, cakes and desserts

There’s also a whole chapter of childrens recipes and advice to help your diabetic child stay healthy.

 

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Contents

Whats so Special About This Book?
1
Introducing Diabetes
3
About the Recipes
31
Soups and Starters
37
Meat and Poultry
51
Fish
72
Vegetarian Dishes
96
Salads and Side Dishes
127
Home Baking
181
Festive Occasions
200
Ideas for Children
216
Useful Addresses
229
Further Reading
233
The British Diabetic Association
234
Index
237
Copyright

Puddings and Desserts
159

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About the author (2012)

Azmina Govindji is Chief Dietician and Jill Myers was previously Home Economist for the British Diabetic Association.

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