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How to Deal with your Spouse’s DIABETES! | Pefect for those with Husbands, Wives, Boyfriends or Girlfriends with Blood Sugar, Hyperglycemia, Diabetes Type 2 Problems

Wednesday, May 15th, 2013

Dealing with Diabetes when your Spouse or Partner has It

Many people feel stressed and overwhelmed when they discover that their spouse or their partner has diabetes. When your spouse or partner has diabetes it can leave you feeling overwhelmed, but this is a perfectly natural feeling. Most people don’t know how diabetes affects a person’s everyday life. They also don’t know how to deal with the disease when their partner has it. This eBook can make it much easier for you to deal with your partner’s diabetes. It will show you how you can be supportive and helpful in your partner’s diabetes management.

Supporting your Spouse or Partner made Easier

Unfortunately, many people don’t know how they can help their partner deal with their diabetes. When your partner has type 1 or type 2 diabetes, it can be hard for you to know where you can help. This is because most people simply don’t know much about the disease, and how it affects a person in their every day life. This can make you feel like you can’t help your partner, or as though you don’t know how to approach helping your partner.

This eBook seeks to provide you with information about diabetes, so that you can understand the disease and the effect that it will have on your life and your partner’s life. It also provides you will easy to follow tips on how you can assist your partner with their diabetes management plan and self care program. It will also teach you how you can develop a positive attitude to keep yourself and your partner motivated.

Learn how to Support your Partner in a few Short Steps

When your partner has diabetes, you want to learn as much as you can about living with the illness. However, there’s so much information available on diabetes, that it can be overwhelming. This eBook provides you with information on diabetes, but in a simple way. It is easy to follow and you can quickly implement tips from the eBook into your life.

Everything you need to Know About Living with a Diabetic

Diabetes is a life-long illness, which affects millions of people worldwide. Many people, unfortunately, don’t know a great deal about diabetes. As a result, many people have misconceptions about the illness, and what it is like to live with it. This eBook seeks to provide you with important facts about diabetes, in an easy to understand format. It describes both type 1 and type 2 diabetes in depth, and it will inform you about how these diseases affect a person’s every day life.

In this eBook, you will learn:

– The difference between type 1 and type 2 diabetes.
– How to incorporate your partner’s new diet into your life.
– How to get the whole family to eat healthily.
– How to encourage your partner, rather than nag your partner.
– Things that you can do together that will help your partner’s diabetes
– How to make exercising fun
– How to keep your spouse or partner motivated
– How to make your partner’s diabetes management easier
– What foods diabetics need to avoid
– Treatments for diabetes

Learn some Lesser-Known Tips on Supporting a Spouse with Diabetes

Although diabetes will obviously affect the person who has it, it can also affect their family too. This eBook will tell you how your partner’s diabetes will affect you, and it also reveals the challenges that you may face. This eBook not only aims to provide you with a great deal of information about diabetes, but it also provides you with some lesser-known tips on how to have a successful relationship. It tells you how you and your partner can learn how to support each other, which makes dealing with diabetes much easier.

 

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Saturday, January 12th, 2013

 

The Everyday Gourmet Diabetes Cookbook: Simple, Healthy Recipes and Menus for People with Diabetes and Those Who Love Th em

Friday, November 2nd, 2012

There is good news out there for people with diabetes. Eating wonderful meals can be a part of a healthy lifestyle, and Mary Donkersloot, R.D., serves up hundreds of tempting recipes that will satisfy everyone in the family. Featuring the new Carbohydrate Counting System, The Everyday Gourmet Diabetes Cookbook is filled with easy, irresistible recipes and indispensable information for living a deliciously healthful life.
        
Part One, “New Basics: Smart Moves for Managing Diabetes,” provides a thorough explanation of the Carbohydrate Counting System, along with vital information about meal planning, exercise and weight management, raising children with diabetes, and how different foods affect your blood glucose levels.
        
Part Two, “The Recipes,” provides hundreds of recipes for Breakfast and Brunch; Appetizers and Small Meals; Soups; Salads; Salad Dressings, Sauces, and Marinades; Fish; Poultry; Lean Meats; Pasta and Pizza; Sandwiches and Tortilla Stuffers; Main Dishes with Beans; Small Dishes Featuring Vegetables; Small Dishes Featuring Grains and Starchy Vegetables; and Desserts; and every recipe is accompanied by a complete nutritional analysis, including exchanges.
        
The end of the book has complete exchange lists, tips on reading food labels, mail-order sources, and resources.
        
For the millions of people with diabetes, The Everyday Gourmet Diabetes Cookbook is the most up to date, appealing, and easy-to-use cookbook available today.

 

The Kitchen Diva’s Diabetic Cookbook: 150 Healthy, Delicious Recipes for Diabetics and Those Who Dine with Them

Friday, October 19th, 2012

The Kitchen Diva’s Diabetic Cookbook is an inspirational collection of more than 150 simple, flavorful, budget-friendly recipes that address the dietary needs of prediabetics, juvenile diabetics, type 1 and type 2 diabetics, women with gestational diabetes, people with diabetic-related complications, and anyone seeking to embrace a healthier diet and lifestyle.

These recipes are a modern twist on comfort food and incorporate healthy ingredients and spices designed to help keep diabetics’ insulin levels in balance. You’ll find recipes featured on The Dr. Oz Show, such as Buttermilk Pecan-Crusted Tilapia and Diva-licious Potpie, along with everyday favorites, such as Apple-Stuffed Waffle Sandwiches, Jerk Chicken Salad with Tropical Fruit Dressing, Roasted Tomatoes Stuffed with Lemon and Herb Cauliflower Couscous, and Easy Fruit Cobbler.

A detailed nutritional and caloric analysis is included with each recipe to ensure that daily nutritional requirements are met. It’s the perfect cookbook for anyone seeking a variety of imaginative, healthy, and delicious recipes suitable for all diabetics and those who dine with them.

“I have been a fan of Angela Shelf Medearis for years. This cookbook is a must have. It is chock-full of delicious recipes and excellent information for people with diabetes or anyone who enjoys good, healthy foods.” –Charlotte Lyons, former food editor for Ebony magazine

“Filled with delicious, inventive recipes, The Kitchen Diva’s Diabetic Cookbook offers much more than a great resource for families who struggle with challenges of meal planning for diabetics. As in all of Medearis’s cookbooks, the recipes are family friendly, well written, and easy for even beginning cooks to follow. I’m adding it to my list to give as gifts to all the busy family cooks in my life.” –Donna Pierce, BlackAmericaCooks.com and SkilletDiaries.com, former assistant food editor for the Chicago Tribune

 

Taming Diabetes – Instead of Letting Diabetes Own You – A Must Have Guide For Any Diabetic – Heal Those Insulin Producing Cells

Monday, October 15th, 2012

Understand which foods can help in cell re-generation, control blood sugar levels whilst keeping energy levels high.

It’s much more easier than you can imagine, you’ll wish you had known this golden information earlier…

 

The Simply Gourmet Diabetes Cookbook: Easy, Healthy Recipes and Menus for People with Diabetes and Those Who Love Them

Friday, September 21st, 2012

Possibilities, Not Restrictions!

There is good news for people with diabetes. Eating wonderful meals can be a part of a healthy lifestyle, and Mary Donkersloot, R.D., serves up hundreds of tempting recipes that will satisfy everyone in the family. Featuring the new Carbohydrate Counting System, The Simply Gourmet Diabetes Cookbook is filled with easy, irresistible recipes and indispensable information for living a deliciously healthful life.

Following the thorough discussion of living well with diabetes are hundreds of recipes in chapters such as “Breakfast and Brunch,”  “Appetizers and Small Meals,” “Poultry,” “Sandwiches and Tortilla Stuffers,” and “Desserts.” Who can resist Bruschetta with Roasted Red Pepper-Eggplant Spread, Seafood Paella, Roast Loin of Pork with Garlic, or Espresso Angel Food Cake with Chocolate? And each of these tempting recipes is accompanied by a complete nutritional analysis, including exchanges.

Also featuring:  
A week’s worth of menus
Tips on shopping and reading nutritional labels
Advice on traveling and eating in restaurants
Special information for children with diabetes
Meal-planning guidance
The scoop about fats and cholesterol
Guidelines for exercise and weight management
Information on how different foods affect blood glucose levels