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ForewordIntroductionChapter 1. Nutrients: The Big ThreeChapter 2. Vitamins and MineralsChapter 3. Meal Planning ApproachesExchange Lists for Meal PlanningCarbohydrate CountingCounting MethodsThe Diabetes Food PyramidChapter 4. Grains, Beans, and Starchy VegetablesGrainsBeans, Peas, and LentilsStarchy VegetablesPortion ControlChapter 5. VegetablesWaterChapter 6. FruitsFiberFatsChapter 7. Milk and YogurtBlood PressureChapter 8. Meat and Meat SubstitutesChapter 9. Fats and Lower-fat RecipesChapter 10. Sugars, Sweets, and SweetenersAlcoholChapter 11. Two Weeks of MenusFinding a DietitianChapter 12. The Food LabelChapter 13. Setting Goals
Posted April 28, 2012
There are many guides out there but few written by the experts, The American Diabetes Association. This book is extremely well organized. We used stick-um pads as tabs for the different food catagories and can find a food almost instantly. Although written more than ten years ago and needing aome updating, this guide is still our first 'go-to" book.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.