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Diabetes Meals Made Easy! (Second Printing) (Better Homes & Gardens Special Interest Publications)

Thursday, July 4th, 2013

Fast, Fresh, Healthy!

 

Better Homes And Gardens Special Interest Publications, Xmas Cookies, 2008 Issue

Sunday, May 19th, 2013

book, used cook book

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Better Homes and Gardens Special Interest Publications DIABETIC LIVING! Winter 2012

Friday, April 26th, 2013

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  • holiday food issue

 

Carb Counter’s Diabetic Cookbook (Better Homes & Gardens (Paperback))

Wednesday, October 17th, 2012

Diabetes has hit epidemic levels, affecting up to 17 million Americans. Even children and adolescents are developing type 2 diabetes, once considered an illness that occurred in adults. Despite these statistics, people with diabetes can control their illness, thanks to innovations in insulins, insulin pens and pumps, and nutrition. Better Homes and Gardens Carb Counter’s Diabetic Cookbook can be a key tool in managing diabetes and improving quality of life. The book features the most current meal-planning strategy recognized by the American Diabetes Association: counting carbohydrates. Simply put, carbohydrate is the nutrient that has the greatest effect on blood glucose levels, and eating about the same amount of carbohydrate at the same times each day keeps these levels in range. More than 220 mouthwatering healthful recipes, a week’s sample menus, and portion control tips make carb counting easy and enjoyable. Complete nutrition information accompanies each recipe. This cookbook also contains information about prediabetes risk factors, ways to prevent the illness, plus a wealth of resources.

 

Carb Counter’s Diabetic Cookbook (Better Homes & Gardens)

Wednesday, October 17th, 2012

Diabetes has hit epidemic levels, affecting up to 17 million Americans. Even children and adolescents are developing type 2 diabetes, once considered an illness that occurred in adults. Despite these statistics, people with diabetes can control their illness, thanks to innovations in insulins, insulin pens and pumps, and nutrition. Better Homes and Gardens Carb Counter’s Diabetic Cookbook can be a key tool in managing diabetes and improving quality of life. The book features the most current meal-planning strategy recognized by the American Diabetes Association: counting carbohydrates. Simply put, carbohydrate is the nutrient that has the greatest effect on blood glucose levels, and eating about the same amount of carbohydrate at the same times each day keeps these levels in range. More than 220 mouthwatering healthful recipes, a week’s sample menus, and portion control tips make carb counting easy and enjoyable. Complete nutrition information accompanies each recipe. This cookbook also contains information about prediabetes risk factors, ways to prevent the illness, plus a wealth of resources.

 

Easy Diabetic Meals: For 2 or 4 Servings (Better Homes & Gardens)

Sunday, October 14th, 2012

Detailed explanation of diabetes, the role diet plays, and food exchanges.

Tasty recipes that provide ingredient lists and clear instructions to prepare both 2 and 4 servings.

Meal planning is less stressful for new diabetics with easy menus for 1500, 1800, and 2000 calories.

Recipes for breakfasts, snacks, main dishes, sides, and even desserts.

Includes tips on entertaining, dining out, and holiday cooking.

 

Diabetic Living Slow Cooker Recipes (Better Homes & Gardens)

Monday, October 8th, 2012

  • More than 240 recipes to make in a slow cooker that are perfected for for people living with (or at risk of developing) diabetes as well as those following a low-carb diet.
  • Recipes are so flavorful they’re sure to satisfy everyone at the table—no need to cook separate meals!
  • Chapters are skillfully organized by carb level (in 5-gram increments) for super-easy access.
  • Bonus chapter features recipes for quick-to-make low-carb, low-fat side dishes and desserts.
  • Complete nutritional analysis as well as diabetic exchanges for each recipe.

 

Biggest Book of Slow Cooker Recipes (Better Homes & Gardens)

Sunday, September 30th, 2012

Great value-hundreds of tested and perfected recipes, informative tips, plus two bonus chapters-all-in-one economical resource for time-crunched cooks from the brand they know and trust. Recipes for appetizers, beverages, soups, stews, main dishes, and desserts. 416 pages-about one recipe per page-makes this the largest book of its kind. Bonus chapters offer 5-ingredient recipes and one-dish meals. Plenty of timesaving tips and advice for smoother meal prep.

 

Diabetic Living Cookbook: More Than 150 Delicious Recipes for Eating Well with Diabetes (Better Homes & Gardens Cooking)

Tuesday, September 11th, 2012

  • More than 150 great-tasting recipes specially designed for people living with (or at risk of developing) diabetes.
  • Recipes are so flavorful they’re sure to satisfy everyone at the table—no need to cook separate meals!
  • Choices for every meal and snack of the day. Savor Rosemary Potato Frittata, Salmon Penne Salad, Mocha Cake with Berries, and much more.
  • Every recipe includes exchanges and complete nutritional information.
  • Sidebars throughout the book spotlight helpful tips on healthy cooking techniques, smart ways to dine out, and lifestyle ideas that make living with diabetes easier.
  • Advice from professionals on how to get the best results when cooking with sugar substitutes.

 

Our Best Diabetic Living Recipes (Better Homes & Gardens Cooking)

Tuesday, September 11th, 2012

  • More than 500 great-tasting recipes, from carefree desserts to easy-to-fix dinners, are each designed for healthy diabetic living and deliver great taste that’s sure to satisfy everyone at the table.
  • In 2 special chapters, “Cooking with the Diabetic Chef®” and “From Our Kitchen to Yours,” you’ll visit the homes of families who understand that you needn’t cut flavor or satisfaction from food to fit into your meal plan.
  • Each recipe includes complete nutritional information, especially what’s most important to people with diabetes: exchanges, carb counts, and serving sizes.
  • Tips on healthy cooking techniques.
  • Expert advice on cooking with sugar substitutes. Recommendations for smart ways to dine out.

 

Diabetic Living Diabetes What to Eat (Better Homes & Gardens)

Monday, September 10th, 2012

The essential cookbook and everyday guide on what to eat when you have diabetes

Diabetic Living® magazine’s trustworthy resource for anyone living with diabetes gives over 200 recipes and essential advice on what to eat in order to control blood sugar, feel better, and enjoy delicious meals every day. Enjoy carb-smart recipes like Beef Fajitas, Panko-Crusted Chicken, Speedy Pizza Bites, and Layered Brownies.

In addition, you’ll find the information every newly diagnosed individual needs to know to eat right—from how to shop for groceries and read food labels to counting carbs—all clearly explained in the magazine’s friendly, approachable style. Features include:

  • Chapters covering breakfast, salads, soups, sandwiches, main dishes and slow-cooker suppers, desserts, snacks, and drinks
  • More than 200 beautiful full-color photographs
  • A complete intro chapter on controlling blood sugar, counting carbs, navigating the grocery store, stocking your pantry, and more
  • Full nutrition information and highlighted carb counts provided for every recipe


Sample Recipes

Chicken or Eggplant Parmesan
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Caramel-Pear Bread Pudding
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Diabetic Living Slow Cooker Recipes (Better Homes & Gardens Cooking)

Monday, September 10th, 2012

  • More than 240 recipes to make in a slow cooker that are perfected for for people living with (or at risk of developing) diabetes as well as those following a low-carb diet.
  • Recipes are so flavorful they’re sure to satisfy everyone at the table—no need to cook separate meals!
  • Chapters are skillfully organized by carb level (in 5-gram increments) for super-easy access.
  • Bonus chapter features recipes for quick-to-make low-carb, low-fat side dishes and desserts.
  • Complete nutritional analysis as well as diabetic exchanges for each recipe.

 

Biggest Book of Diabetic Recipes: More than 350 Great-Tasting Recipes for Living Well with Diabetes (Better Homes & Gardens

Monday, September 10th, 2012

  • A stupendous value: more than 300 delectable (and really healthy) recipes perfectly tailored for individuals with diabetes, yet tempting for everyone.
  • Comprehensive content features must-have main dishes, easy appetizers, simple soups and stews, perfect recipes when cooking for two, kids’ favorites, fabulous feel-good desserts, and innovative snacks.
  • Easy-to-read type (a must-have for many diabetics)
  • Accessible diabetes know-how, including detecting hidden sugar.
  • Timesaving menus with flexible calorie ranges, carbohydrate counts, and exchanges on every recipe.
  • A week of satisfying menus for instant meal planning.
  • 32 full-color photos.
  • Popular lay-flat binding for easy reference while cooking.