Quick Diabetic Recipes For Dummies

Quick Diabetic Recipes For Dummies

 

 

 

von: For Dummies

For Dummies, 2018

ISBN: 9781119363279 , 360 Seiten

Format: ePUB

Kopierschutz: DRM

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Quick Diabetic Recipes For Dummies


 

100+ quick and delicious diabetes-friendly recipes
If you have diabetes, watching what you eat is one of the most important things you can do to stay healthy. With the help of the American Diabetes Association, Quick & Easy Diabetic Recipes For Dummies offers 100+ healthy, diabetes-friendly recipes and meal planning ideas-without sacrificing taste. Plus, Quick & Easy Diabetic Recipes For Dummies provides expert tips on the types of food you should keep stocked in your kitchen, advice on healthy cooking techniques, ways to lower fat and cholesterol, and most importantly, what to eat with diabetes.
According to the World Health Organization, the number of adults worldwide affected by diabetes has quadrupled since 1980 to 422 million. Nearly one in 11 people in the United States now have diabetes or prediabetes, and unhealthy eating can worsen the condition and hinder efforts at better management. While those numbers are alarming, the good news is that you can cook and eat your way to better health-and this book makes it easy!
 
•          Make more than 100 tasty recipes, many of which cook in 30 minutes or less
•          Get the total grams of carbohydrates and other nutrients per serving
•          Discover ways to keep a healthier kitchen
 
It's never been simpler-or tastier-to keep up with your diabetes management. 


The American Diabetes Association leads the fight against the deadly consequences of diabetes by funding research, delivering services to communities affected by diabetes, and providing objective and credible information. It is led by a network of more than one million volunteers and nearly 14,000 healthcare professionals.