Living “well” is so much better than merely living “with” Diabetes. Annie was diagnosed as a Type I Diabetic when she was10 years old. Now, after living well for 50 years as an insulin dependent, this author gives personal insight into how to live a fulfilling and active life as a Diabetic. Annie is NOT a doctor, NOT a health care professional; she is simply a person who tells about how to live well from her personal experience. Her writing has humorous life antidotes and includes personal insight, LOTS of practical information and encouragement. If you are, or know of, a person with Diabetes, this book will be a great read.
More than a cookbook…an inspirational guide for readers with diabetes!
Gladys Knight doesn’t have diabetes, but the disease is never far from her mind. Her mother, Elizabeth Knight, died of complications in 1998 after living successfully with diabetes for 40 years.
Following her mother’s death, Gladys started the Elizabeth Knight Fund with the American Diabetes Association to help people living with diabetes. The singing legend has also been eating healthfully and exercising regularly for many years.
At Home With Gladys Knight’s is more than a collection of recipes. It’s an inspirational guide that people with diabetes can use to lead a full and healthy life with the disease.
- More than 100 recipes, including appetizers, desserts, breads, soups, salads and salad dressings, fish, meat, poultry and pasta
- Features a healthy living section that outlines a successful exercise plan, self-care tips, and nutrition recommendations
- Includes personal anecdotes from Gladys and captures her mother’s heartbreaking yet inspiring fight against diabetes
This novel, bilingual cookbook rekindles the joy of cooking – and the pleasure of eating – for those with diabetes and their families. These recipes are also lower in carbohydrate than those found in other diabetes cookbooks. Most importantly, they will leave you feeling satisfied without being deprived of flavor. Enjoy the pleasures of cooking while supporting normal blood sugars and healthful eating! In this book:
* Basic nutritional guidance on eating with diabetes
* Recipes with no more than 15 grams of carbohydrate per serving
* All recipes in English and Spanish
* Complete nutritional information
* Good for individuals with or without diabetes
* Many easy-to-prepare recipes for cooking with children
* Color photos
Este innovador libro de recetas bilingue, reaviva el placer de cocinar – y el placer de comer a todas las personas que tienen diabetes y a sus familias. Estas recetas contienen carbohidratos mucho mas bajos que los que se encuentran en otros libros de recetas para diabeticos. Lo mas importante es, que usted se sentira satisfecho sin privarse de comer comidas con sabores deliciosos. Disfrute del placer de cocinar mientras mantiene el azucar en su sangre a nivel normal y comiendo saludablemente! En este libro usted podra encontrar:
* Orientacion nutricional basica mientras se alimenta teniendo diabetes
* Recetas que contienen menos de 15 gramos de carbohidratos por porcion
* Todas las recetas estan en ingles y espanol
* Informacion nutricional completa
* Recetas para personas con o sin diabetes
* Muchas recetas faciles de preparar con sus hijos
* Fotos en color de los platos preparados
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Title: Inhaled insulin performs well in type 2 diabetes: Hb[A.sub.1c] levels lower than with oral agents.(News)
Author: Kate Johnson
Publication: Internal Medicine News (Magazine/Journal)
Date: December 1, 2004
Publisher: International Medical News Group
Volume: 37 Issue: 23 Page: 1(2)
Distributed by Thomson Gale
Savory, satisfying foods prevail in this diabetic weight-loss themed cookbook. Think: roast Chicken stir- fry ww points + 4.6, Stuffed turkey tenderloins ww points + 4.4, Grilled chicken breasts with tomato- basil salsa ww points + 4.5.
The premise is that losing a modest amount of weight, just 10 or 15 pounds, lowers blood pressure and lowers blood sugar. Every recipe includes detailed information about calories, fat, saturated fat, cholesterol, carbs, total sugar, dietary fiber and protein.
But before you start a diabetes weight loss plan, it’s important to work closely with your doctor or diabetes educator – because while you’re dieting, your blood sugar, insulin, and medications need special attention.
Develop your relationship with your medical provider and be sure to maintain contact about any questions, concerns or changes in your diabetes symptoms.
However please note that I am not affiliated or endorsed by Weight watcher
The recipes presented in this diabetes-friendly cookbook offer a variety of lower carbohydrate recipes that enhance variety, texture, color and flavor that can be included in an eating plan not only appropriate for people with diabetes, but also for anyone looking for a healthy and nutritious approach to eating. The emphasis of this cookbook is a reduced-carbohydrate, but not a reduced taste, approach to eating that does not sacrifice the enjoyment of delicious and nutritious foods.
Living “well” is so much better than merely living “with” Diabetes. Annie was diagnosed as a Type I Diabetic when she was10 years old. Now, after living well for 50 years as an insulin dependent, this published author gives personal insight into how to live a fulfilling and active life as a Diabetic.
Annie is NOT a doctor, NOT a health care professional; she is simply a person who tells about how to live well from her personal experience. Her writing has humorous life antidotes and includes personal insight, lots of practical information and encouragement. If you are, or know of, a person with Diabetes, this book will be a great read.
For those fortunate enough to reside in the developed world, death before reaching a ripe old age is a tragedy, not a fact of life. Although aging and dying are not diseases, older Americans are subject to the most egregious marketing in the name of “successful aging” and “long life,” as if both are commodities. In Rethinking Aging, Nortin M. Hadler examines health-care choices offered to aging Americans and argues that too often the choices serve to profit the provider rather than benefit the recipient, leading to the medicalization of everyday ailments and blatant overtreatment. Rethinking Aging forewarns and arms readers with evidence-based insights that facilitate health-promoting decision making.
Over the past decade, Hadler has established himself as a leading voice among those who approach the menu of health-care choices with informed skepticism. Only the rigorous demonstration of efficacy is adequate reassurance of a treatment’s value, he argues; if it cannot be shown that a particular treatment will benefit the patient, one should proceed with caution. In Rethinking Aging, Hadler offers a doctor’s perspective on the medical literature as well as his long clinical experience to help readers assess their health-care options and make informed medical choices in the last decades of life. The challenges of aging and dying, he eloquently assures us, can be faced with sophistication, confidence, and grace.
Our national epidemic of type 2 diabetes, obesity, and heart disease is the price we pay for a diet that is too rich for our modern lifestyle. To fight back, we have focused on eating low-fat foods and quick-fix diets that just don’t seem to work. The Other Diabetes, a consumer guide to type 2 diabetes, can help you change all that with the optimal eating plan. The Good Fat Diet offers a collection of eighty healthy and wholesome recipes.
For 15 years, Dr. Miletello, an oncologist, wanted to write a cookbook as one of the most frequently asked questions was, “What should I eat?” Holly Clegg, author of the successful Trim & Terrific cookbook series has answered this question with her common sense approach to cooking and her easy, everyday recipes that has become her trademark for healthy cooking in today’s hectic world.
Diet and nutrition are at the top of the list for anyone with a newly diagnosed malignancy. Patients have problems with a loss of appetite and altered taste either before or during treatment. Dr. Gerald Miletello, a practicing medical oncologist, collaborated with cookbook author, Holly Clegg to create Eating Well Through Cancer, a collection of 200 easy recipes to help cancer patients tolerate treatment. As nutritional evaluation and recommendations are daily concerns, practicing oncologist, patients, and families can benefit from this publication. In Eating Well Through Cancer, the personal experience of its authors combine to produce a cookbook that serves as a guide for nutrition before, during and after cancer treatment. Besides the recipes themselves, the book features diabetic exchanges, menu planning, high calorie variations, Doctor’s Notes and a section that cross-references recipes and side effects.
Chapters are organized according to the phase of treatment and possible side effects. Additional sections are devoted to long term post treatment healthy eating as well as snacks and suggestions of foods for friends to bring those undergoing treatment. Some chapter titles are more characteristic of a medical encyclopedia, however the recipes resemble anything but hospital cafeteria fare. Although there are a few medicinal recipes from a natural laxative or a basic weight gain shake, Eating Well Through Cancer excels in presenting tasty favorite dishes with a healthy twist. Any patient undergoing chemotherapy will find this book to be an essential asset. The recipes are simple, tasty and easy to prepare. The last Chapter contains healthy nutritious recipes that are aimed at maintaining a smart healthy lifestyle.
2g Net Carbs. Natural flavor with other natural flavor. Carb Well. Carb Facts Per Serving: Total Carb (22g) – Dietary Fiber (1g) – Sugar Alcohol (19g) = Net Carbs (2g). These fiber carbohydrates are calorie free. Sugar Alcohols generally have little effect on blood sugar. More research is needed to establish a firm relationship between blood sugar and weight control. Be sure to count calories, too.
- Nutrition energy bar, chocolate peanut butter
- Natural flavor with other natural flavor
- Calorie free fiber carbohydrates
Diabetes is a potentially disabling, even deadly, disease that has no cure. But when diabetes is treated properly, its devastating effects can be postponed or avoided altogether. The Diabetic Bible is an essential guide to making lifestyle and treatment choices to improve blood sugar control and ward off complications choices that will help diabetics feel better and live well with the disease.
This 320-page book is written in easy-to-understand text and avoids complex medical terminology. Readers will find the following information in The Diabetic Bible:
Easy-to-follow explanations of diabetes, its causes and complications, and why controlling it is important
The latest and the tried-and-true options for monitoring blood sugar
Various medications and lifestyle strategies for managing diabetes
How diet and activity choices can improve diabetes control and overall health
Carb, calorie, fat, and other nutrient information on hundreds of foods to help diabetics expand their options for delicious diabetic-friendly dining
More than 100 tasty diabetic recipes for breakfast, brunch, snacks, appetizers, lunch, main dishes, side dishes, and desserts
If you are counting your carbs, diabetic, or just trying to cut back on your sugar intake, you have probably been craving the forbidden foods: cakes, pies, cookies, ice cream, and other desserts. Now, pastry chef Victor Kline has created over 100 delicious recipes to satisfy the sweetest tooth…even yours!
Over 100 Low-Carb Sugar-Free Recipes Including:
* New York Style Cheesecake
* Chocolate Chip Cookies
* Pumpkin Pecan Pie
* Chocolate Ice Cream
* Sugar-Free Sugar Cookies
* Pound Cake
* Chocolate Creme Pie
With the introduction of some remarkable sugar substitutes like Splenda, you can indulge in your favorite goodies without the guilt. With easy-to-follow instructions and easy-to-find ingredients, Cooking Well: Low-Carb, Sugar-Free Desserts is an essential cookbook for your kitchen.
- 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.
- 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.
This is a food-lover’s guide to eating well with diabetes. Based on Mediterranean cuisine—one of the healthiest in the world—British actor Robin Ellis shares his lifetime collection of healthy recipes fit for any type of diabetes. Living with Type-2 diabetes himself, Robin explains the strategic changes he has had to make in what he eats and how he prepares his food. His cookbook offers superb recipes for satisfying dishes such as Lamb Tagine, Roast Quail in Balsamic Vinaigrette, Red Peppers Stuffed with Tomato and Goat Cheese, and Chick Peas with Tomato Sauce and Spinach.
Not only does Delicious Dishes with Diabetes show you how to eat well, Robin also teaches you how to improve your day-to-day health. With simple daily walks and a revamped eating style, Robin has managed his condition without medication for over six years! If Robin Ellis can, so can you!
From Mayo Clinic, a leading authority on health and nutrition, comes The Mayo Clinic Diet, the last diet you’ll ever need.
Get a quick and gratifying start with Lose It!, the phase of the diet designed to help you lose up to six to ten pounds in just two weeks. Eat the foods you love – in moderation – in the Live It! phase, which is designed to help you continue to lose one to two pounds a week (and keep them off!).
Finally, here’s the diet that helps you accomplish real and lasting weight-loss. This diet is no fad, but a solid, common sense approach brought to you by an organization that is an award-winning health information resource. Nor does The Mayo Clinic Diet require expensive ingredients (which can make a diet difficult to maintain in the long run.)
Through simple, healthy adjustments to your lifestyle, The Mayo Clinic Diet gives you the tools you need to achieve the success you want.
In two easy phases, The Mayo Clinic Diet helps you lose weight and keep it off for life.
In two simple phases, you’ll be on the road to a healthy weight for the rest of your life. Packed with lots of extra encouragement – meal planners, recipes, tips for overcoming challenges, starting an exercise plan, and much more – The Mayo Clinic Diet gives you everything you need in one book.
Toss out the scales and calculators and pick up the foods you love. This is the diet you’ve been waiting for!
- ISBN13: 9781561486762
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(VHS VIDEO) Diabetes: A Positive Approach to Life, Love and Financial Success (Well, Life Anyway). Diabetes is no laughing matter, or is it? Comedian Tom Parks has diabetes, as do the other stars of this video. You’ll meet them, learn from them and laugh with them as Tom takes you around Hollywood on a “typical” day in his life. This video will educate, motivate and inspire you to take better care of yourself, to feel better about yourself. Diabetes is a serious disease, but education and a sense of humor can be your keys to turning diabetes into a positive part of your life. You’ll hear about diet, illness, insulin adjustment, oral medication, pregnancy, Type I and II diabetes, blood glucose monitoring and more.