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Book SynopsisAn updated new edition of the bestselling diabetes cookbook from Betty Crocker and the International Diabetes Center
Here's a fresh new edition of the cookbook that proves that people who have diabetes don't have to give up the foods they love and, in fact, can eat incredibly satisfying food every day, for every meal. The Betty Crocker Diabetes Cookbook delivers delicious and healthful recipes for diabetics, along with the latest medical and nutrition information from the International Diabetes Center.
This new edition includes brand-new recipes and photos, along with tips and menus that focus on using carbohydrate choices. Plus, an easy-to-understand introductory section provides helpful insight and vital guidance for those with diabetes.
- Features 140 quick, easy-to-make, and delicious recipes for breakfasts, lunches, dinners, desserts, and more
- Includes 40 recipes and full-color photos all new to this edition, including gluten-free dishes and fun items like mini cupcakes
- Includes menus for a variety of special occasions plus a sampling of everyday menus with carbohydrate counts included
With the Betty Crocker Diabetes Cookbook, great-tasting meals are never off-limits for people with diabetes
From the Back Cover
The all-in-one cookbook and resource for managing your diabetes
"This beautiful cookbook will help millions of individuals in their quest to live well with diabetes. The authors bring together recipes along with practical advice on developing a healthy lifestyle, which is at the heart of great diabetes care."
--Robert R. Henry, MD, University of California School of Medicine and VA Medical Center, San Diego; Past President, Medicine & Science, American Diabetes Association
Living with diabetes doesn't mean having to give up the foods you love. The "Betty Crocker Diabetes Cookbook" includes a wide variety of delicious, satisfying foods that are good for people with diabetes--and everyone else too! In conjunction with the International Diabetes Center and experts from the Bell Institute of Health and Nutrition at General Mills, this book offers more than just recipes. It also features the latest medical advice and essential nutrition information.
You'll find: 140 easy-to-make recipes for breakfasts, snacks, main dishes, desserts and even vegetarian and gluten-free mealsMouthwatering full-color photography offering plenty of delicious inspirationReal-life advice on planning, preparing and enjoying great foodMenus for everyday healthy eating and special occasions, tooCarbohydrate Choices for every recipe, as recommended by the American Diabetes Association--the easier way to plan your meals throughout the dayNutrition information with every recipe, including food exchanges if you use them to plan your mealsDiabetes resources guide and glossary
About the Author
Richard M. Bergenstal, MD, is Executive Director of the International Diabetes Center at Park Nicollet in Minneapolis, Minnesota, and Clinical Professor in the Department of Medicine at the University of Minnesota. He is Past President, Medicine & Science, of the American Diabetes Association.
Diane Reader, RD, CDE, is a registered dietitian and a certified diabetes educator; she is manager of professional education at the International Diabetes Center.