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Diabetic Meal Book Reviews

Reversing Diabetes Cookbook
by Julian Whitaker, M.D.

Now completely revised and updated, this bestselling guide will arm you with safer-and equally effective-ways of treating diabetes than the popular drugs that have become first-line therapy. Through a sensible diet, exercise, and specific nutritional supplement suggestions, you can dramatically improve blood sugar control...reduce-if not eliminate-reliance on medication...and decrease your risk of the complications and other diseases associated with diabetes.




The next three cookbooks are published by the American Diabetes Association:

Diabetic Meals in 30 Minutes or Less!
by Robyn Webb

Diabetics and their families are no doubt as busy as everybody else, this paperback helps with quick, easy and inviting recipes, from main dishes through light deserts. A very helpful part of the book is called "Organization 101" which gives cooks dozens of tips with meal planning, kitchen organization and quality clean-up.

Flavorful Seasons Cookbook
by Robyn Webb

With over 450 pages of great-tasting recipes for Winter, Spring, Summer and Fall, Ms. Webb brings us another one of her popular diabetic cookbooks. The 400 recipes offer complete nutritional information for such recipes as: vanilla raisin cornish game hens, orange sea bass, wild rice and seafood salad and warm apple cinnamon cobbler.

Memorable Menus Made Easy

by Robyn Webb

50 completely different meals make us this innovative diabetic cookbook. Nine different culinary traditions from the Southwest to the Far East mix flavors, textures and aromas. Try the drunken shrimp, creamy peach soup, pasta pie, mango whip and tamarind game hens. New diabetic exchanges and complete nutritional analysis are also included.

Sunset Diabetic Cookbook
by the Editors of Sunset Books

This glossy paperback includes a variety of tempting recipes, such as Light Chicken Stroganoff and Shrimp with Black Bean Sauce. However, the recipes range from low-fat to quite high-fat, leaving it up to the cook to choose a suitable balance for each day's meals.

The Type II Diabetes Cookbook
by Lois M. Soneral

Soneral's recipes dispel the myth that diabetics can't eat well from her own personal experience. To lead an active healthy life and still eat the food she loves, Soneral shows how appetizers, casseroles and desserts can be a part of a diabetic's diet. Recipes list nutritional content, calories, and exchanges.

World-Class Diabetic Cooking
by Kay Spicer

This book from the ADA takes a seasonal approach with 400-plus low-fat recipes.

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