America's Complete Diabetes Cookbook
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Publisher: Robert Rose

Author Statement: Edited by Katherine Younker, MBA, RD, Certified Diabetes Educator
Audience: Trade
Specs: 32 color photographs, nutritional information, index
Pages: 384
Trim Size: 7" x 10" x 1 1/8"
Language code 1: eng
Publication Date: 20050806
Copyright Year: 2005
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America's Complete Diabetes Cookbook

A diabetes cookbook with 250 recipes following the latest revisions to American Diabetes Association Exhange Lists for Meal Planning. Complete nutritional information is provided and recipes emphasize variety and flavor.

More than 6% of Americans need these healthy recipes to help control their diabetes.

Diabetes is rapidly becoming the largest health problem in the United States. As the population ages, and with so many overweight, there are more and more Americans at risk of developing diabetes. Careful meal planning is key to managing the disease.

In America's Complete Diabetes Cookbook, each of the 250 recipes has complete nutritional information as well as Exchange Lists for Meal Planning© Managing diabetes doesn't have to mean eating bland food forever.

Here's just a sampling of the outstanding recipes:

  • Appetizers, Dips and Spreads: Shrimp and Snow Pea Tidbits, Creamy Pesto Dip, Oriental Chicken-Wrapped Mushrooms
  • Soups, Chowders and Stews: Fresh Tomato Dill Soup, Wild Mushrom and Barley Soup, Potato Corn Chowder
  • Pasta and Grains: Singapore Noodles, Cajun Chicken over Fettuccine, Pasta Pizza with Goat Cheese and Caramelized Onions
  • Seafood and Poultry: Leek and Halibut Ragout, Chicken with Teriyaki Vegetables, White-Hot Chicken Chili
  • Meat: Steak Kabobs with Honey Garlic Marinade, Pork Vindaloo, Best-Ever Meat Loaf
  • Vegetables and Other Sides: Orange Broccoli with Red Pepper, Mushroom Barley Pilaf, Garden Paella
  • Just for Kids: Yummy Parmesan Chicken Fingers, Beef-Stuffed Spuds, Banana Peanut Butter Chip Muffins
  • Breads, Biscuits, Muffins and More: Scottish Oatmeal Scones, Lemon Poppy Seed Loaf, Orange Pumpkin Snacking Cake
  • Desserts: Chocolate Coffee Tiramisu, Strawberry-Rhubard Cobbler, Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip Cookies

Comprehensive diabetes management advice is provided on everything from risk factors to achieving balanced blood glucose levels to choosing suitable sweeteners

Bio:

Katherine E. Younker, MBA, RD, is a Certified Diabetes Educator and works with several diabetes organizations. She lives on Prince Edward Island, Canada.

Preface:

Preface

America's Complete Diabetes Cookbook is a collection of recipes from a variety of sources, which together comprise tasty and healthy selections for people with diabetes. One of the keys to successfully managing diabetes is meal planning, and the majority of people affected by diabetes and their family members will tell you this is the most challenging task in living day to day with this disease. In fact, most Americans have six or seven "standard" meals, which can become uninspiring whether or not they have any health concerns.

Good nutrition and healthy eating receive lots of attention in the press! Americans with diabetes are aware that what they eat is important not only to help manage blood sugar levels, but also to help prevent complications of diabetes such as cardiovascular disease. A balanced intake also plays an important role in the prevention of other diseases such as osteoporosis and cancer.

Although not originally designed for those with diabetes, these recipes have been analyzed for nutrient content, and on each page you will find the nutrient information (energy in calories, carbohydrate, fiber, protein, fat, saturated fat, cholesterol and sodium) that will help you fit these recipes into your meal plan.

Whether you use the Exchange Lists for Meal Planning©, carbohydrate count or attempt to choose a balanced intake, these recipes are for you. The exchanges are provided for those who follow a meal plan and use the Exchange system. Carbohydrate and fiber have been included with each recipe to permit easy carbohydrate counting for those who like more flexibility at meals.

You will also find recipe tips, complete meal suggestions and make-ahead information on the recipes contained in this book. Start today and expand your choices in diabetes meal planning. I am sure you will be able to find a wide range of new family favorites that will make this cookbook one of the staples in managing your meals. Enjoy...

Katherine E. Younker

TOC:

Preface

Introduction

  • On Managing Diabetes
  • Nutrition Guidelines for Americans with Diabetes
  • Healthy Eating and Balanced Blood Glucose (Sugars)
  • Reducing Sodium
  • Vitamins, Minerals, Fiber and Phytochemicals
  • Choosing to Sweeten
  • Reducing Fat
  • Exchange Lists for Meal Planning
  • Carbohydrate Counting
  • Glycemic Index
  • Recipe Analysis

Appetizers, Dips and Spreads

  • 16 recipes

Soups, Chowders and Stews

  • 29 recipes

Salads

  • 25 recipes

Dressings, Marinades and Sauces

  • 11 recipes

Pastas

  • 34 recipes

Fish and Seafood

  • 17 recipes

Poultry

  • 15 recipes

Meat

  • 21 recipes

Vegetarian Main Dishes

  • 6 recipes

Vegetables and Other Sides

  • 37 recipes

Sandwiches and Wraps

  • 8 recipes

Just for Kids

  • 14 recipes

Breads, Biscuits, Muffins and More

  • 25 recipes

Desserts

  • 27 recipes

Index

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