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Easy-to-manage meal planning for the millions of Americans managing diabetes.
Carefully planned, nutritious meals and sensible portion sizes are an essential part of diabetes management. The recipes in the first edition made meal planning easy and straightforward so it's no wonder that the first edition has nearly 100,000 copies in print.
All the great features of the first edition are still here: delicious recipes and balanced meal options for all the meals of the day, suggestions for healthy snack and life-size photographs for every meal provide an easy way to identify appropriate portion sizes. There are 70 complete meals, 100 recipes and over 100 snacks to choose from and each section is color coded for ease of use.
The new edition will feature many new photographs plus an all-new 32 page section which will provide through photographs and nutritional analysis an excellent, easy-to-follow guide for making the right food or beverage choice.
These meal plans are so sumptuous, they can be enjoyed not only by those managing diabetes but by anyone who loves great food:
- Dinner #22: Sun Burger, Kale and Orange Salad, Dream Delight
- Dinner #30: Roti with Curried Filling, Cucumbers in Yogurt, Coconut Meringues
- Dinner #33: Thai Chicken, Poppy Seed Spinach Salad, Summer Fruit Cream
- Dinner #38: Pork Chop Casserole, Grilled Tomato, Mandarins and Cottage Cheese
|Publisher:||Rose, Robert Incorporated|
|Edition description:||Second Edition|
|Product dimensions:||8.50(w) x 10.80(h) x 0.90(d)|
About the Author
Karen Graham, RD, CDE is a Registered Dietitian and Certified Diabetes Educator. For the past several years, she has been a nutrition counselor and guest speaker whose specialty is helping people lose weight and preventing and treating diabetes.
Table of Contents
Table of Contents
How to Use This Book Color Coded Sections of the Book Choose Your Meal Plan Make the Meals and Recipes
Karen Graham's Ten Changes for Good Health 1. Eat Breakfast 2. Eat Proper Portions 3. Fill Up on Vegetables and Fruits 4. Eat Less Fat 5. Drink More Water 6. Limit Sugar 7. Limit Salt and Alcohol 8. Shop Smart 9. Limit Restaurant Meals 10. Walk for Health
Food Groups Grains & Starches Vegetables & Fruits Calcium-Rich Foods Meats & Other Proteins Foods Rich in Healthy
Meals, Recipes and Snacks Breakfast Meals Lunch Meals Dinner Meals Snacks