7 edition of Eating well, living well with diabetes found in the catalog.
|Statement||Mark N. Feinglos, Claudia S. Plaisted with Linda J. Lumsden.|
|Contributions||Plaisted, Claudia S., Lumsden, Linda J., Sarah W. Stedman Center for Nutritional Studies.|
|LC Classifications||RC662 .F45 1997|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 167 p. :|
|Number of Pages||167|
|LC Control Number||96027914|
Eating well as you age is about more than just the quality and variety of your food. It’s also about the pleasure of eating, which increases when a meal is shared. Eating with others can be as important as adding vitamins to your diet. A well-known do-it-yourself advocate in the community has published her first kids' book for those little ones, though not necessarily for those actually living with diabetes. Healthy Eating for Diabetes features about recipes in total, ranging from appetisers and brunches through to main meals and desserts. Low fat and low GI The focus of the recipes is on low fat and low GI foods and over half of the recipes should also fit in with those who .
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Onion and garlic add lots of flavor without the bad stuff. Try marinades for meat with healthy plant based oils, herbs and spices. Cut away visible fat from meat and poultry.Welcome to the Living Well with Diabetes information session. We hope this session helps you to take part in your own care and well being.
We will discuss topics such as testing your blood sugar, diabetes medications, activity level, treating low blood sugar, caring for your feet and healthy eating.