Diabetes Diet: The 101 Best Diabetic Foods

Diabetes Diet: The 101 Best Diabetic Foods

by Health Research Staff
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Diabetes Diet: The 101 Best Diabetic Foods by Health Research Staff

Stuck in a meal rut and tired of the same old foods?

If you’re someone who is dealing with diabetes, there’s no question that you must be paying attention to what you eat each day. The foods you put into your body are going to have a very strong influence on not only how well you feel, but on how well you handle this condition altogether.

By making smart food choices, you can maintain control over your diabetes and live the lifestyle that you want to lead.

The following 101 foods will do just that. We’ve selected the top picks that you should include in your diet plan regularly so you no longer have to wonder what to eat.

This list is meant to encourage you to broaden your eating choices. This prevents the boredom that many experience by getting stuck on limited diets, and often leads to “cheating” which can have very unhealthy consequences.

These foods are very rich in nutrients and will help you maintain steady blood sugar levels throughout the day. If you eat a wide variety of them on a regular basis throughout the week, you’ll be feeding your body right and energizing yourself for all the different activities that you choose to pursue.

Includes a shopping list that conveniently organizes them as you would find them while shopping.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940011455377
Publisher: Millwood Media
Publication date: 08/06/2011
Sold by: Smashwords
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 44,532
File size: 1 MB

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Diabetes Diet: The 101 Best Diabetic Foods 4.1 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 16 reviews.
MarieVive More than 1 year ago
Book is very insightful and interesting. I gives you better insight on eating habits as a diabetic. I got it as a gift for my sister, This book is exactly what every diabetic needs to read. It clearly spells out what to eat, drink, and what to avoid in order to keep your blood sugar consistent.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I have just found out that my husband is a diabetic who needs insulin. This book has become one of our bibles in the house, you just don't realize how much food we eat that is bad for a diabetic. With this book around we can look up almost everything and see what he can eat and how much. In the process we have both lost weight and I have cut my cholesteral down and he has cut his sugar down from AIC 9.5 to 6.5 that has been great in a month.
MilwaukieGal More than 1 year ago
I appreciated knowing why a particular food is good for a diabetic instead of someone just saying eat this, it's good for you. I highlighted many items and will probably refer back to this book in the future. I recommend this for people new to diabetes so they can see that there is variety in what we can eat and enjoy.
AbbeyR More than 1 year ago
The book was exactly as advertised and is what I needed to assist me in my diabetic diet nutritional needs. This is a must read book for diabetics. I have always felt that a low carb diet works best for diabetics.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Very informative and comprehensive resource. I have consulted it often. Thank you to the author and team.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Great buy
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Any recommendations for a 13 yr old with type 1 diabetes? I was diagnosed this may and jave been haveing troubles with foods and low carb diets. If anybody has anything please lable the post to hailey thank you for your time :)
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Recently diagnosed with type 2 and nrefed direction this lays out the foods most beneficial for a healthy diet
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Lots of info about different foods not sure how they always relate to a diabetic diet