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Living with type 2 diabetes doesn’t have to be complicated—let the nutrition experts help you figure out which foods to eat with this fully updated and revised edition of the popular book in the hugely successful food counter series.
More than 7.5 million Counter Books in print from the nutrition experts!
What can I eat, now that I have diabetes?
In short—everything. For more than twenty years, The Diabetes Counter has been helping people with type 2 diabetes and prediabetes control their blood sugar without sacrificing the foods they love.
Inside this completely revised, easy-to-use reference, you will find:
-Your ultimate carb-counting companion—plus calorie, sugar, fiber, and fat counts for more than 12,000 foods
-The most up-to-date scientific information on managing prediabetes, preventing insulin resistance, selecting the best sugar substitutes, using the glycemic index, and more—explained in language you can understand
-Simple tips for stress-free meal planning
-Listings for 58 national and regional restaurant chains, plus all your favorite brand name and takeout foods, so you can stay healthy whether you’re eating out or cooking at home
Living with type 2 diabetes doesn't have to be complicated--let the nutrition experts help you figure out which foods to eat with this fully updated and revised edition of the popular book in the hugely successful food counter series.
What can you eat, now that you have diabetes? In short--everything. Whether you're newly diagnosed or trying to fine-tune your diabetes management, Karen Nolan and Jo-Ann Heslin simplify meal planning so you can reduce your risk for complications without sacrificing the foods you love. Whether you are eating at home or in a restaurant, this thoroughly revised and easy-to-use guide, specifically designed for people with type 2 diabetes, will teach you how to count carbohydrates so you can control your blood sugar and stay healthy. Includes: calorie, carbohydrate, sugar, fiber, and fat counts for more than 12,000 foods; easy steps for counting carbs to control blood sugar; simple worksheets, tips, and tools to help you manage your diabetes; early warning signs of diabetes to help you reduce your risk; and diet and menu plans that can be tailored to meet your individual needs--from 1,200 to 2,700 calories per day.
About the Author
Karen J. Nolan, PhD, holds advanced degrees in science and human anatomy. She is the coauthor of ten books on nutrition. For more information, visit: TheNutritionExperts.com.Jo-Ann Heslin, MA, RD, is a professionally trained, registered dietitian and also a regular columnist for HealthNewsDigest.com. She is the coauthor of more than thirty books on nutrition. For more information, visit: TheNutritionExperts.com.