Diabetes, Carbohydrate & Calorie Counter, 2nd Edition

MORE THAN 3.5 MILLION NATOW & HESLIN COUNTER BOOKS IN PRINT


WHAT YOU EAT IS THE KEY TO MANAGING — AS WELL AS PREVENTING — DIABETES


The two nutrition experts who created the national bestsellers The Fat Counter and The Cholesterol Counter offer the first complete food counter for people with type 2 diabetes. They’ll help you make the best dietary changes based on your needs with this easy-to-use, thoroughly researched, and up-to-date food counter, featuring:

• 10,000 food listings, including calorie, carbohydrate, sugar, and fat counts

• Popular take-out and brand-name food counts

• Information on how to find out your risk for type 2 diabetes

• Helpful charts, worksheets, and quizzes

• The latest news about sugar and diabetes

• Activity recommendations and eating out guidelines

From Abalone to Zucchini and beyond, learn how to make the right choices and stay healthy!

 

3 thoughts on “Diabetes, Carbohydrate & Calorie Counter, 2nd Edition

  1. A must have for every new diabetic When I was first diagnosed with type 2 diabetes and had to lose weight, I was at a loss to know where to start. This book has been a life saver. It has the calorie, carbohydrate and fat count of more foods than you can imagine. The first part of the book deals with the reasons for managing your diet and how diet affects diabetes. This book has become my constant companion in the kitchen. It helps me use my favorite receipes while controlling calories and carbohydrates.

  2. Missing Fiber information This would be a great book with a large number of food items analyzed, but it doesn’t include the fiber information, something that can be very important to a diabetic since fiber can have a positive effect on blood sugar and cholesterol. I was going to return it, but it isn’t worth it, so I just ordered The Complete Book of Food Counts by Corinne T. Netzer which has all the information needed.

  3. Great for any dieter looking for flexibility After trying every diet known to God and man, I chose this book because of the flexibility of the eating regimen. It’s simple and easy to maintain. Sure, when I use a recipe I should make sure the recipe itself lists the carb and calorie counts, but reasonable diligence takes care of that. I consider the item listings for carbs, calories, fat, etc to be comprehensive enough to cover most needs.

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