The essential guide for understanding and managing type 2 diabetes with companion recipes. This new edition of one of the most highly respected resources on the subject offers new easy-to-understand content based on the latest medical expertise on diabetes. Complete Diabetes Guide features essential information on underlying causes, clinical features, and effective management options and treatments, along with personalized meal plans and lifestyle recommendations. This is a vital resource for anyone who has been diagnosed with type 2 diabetes or who is at risk of developing it. The book is packed with useful and accessible information
Quick and easy top-10 lists on important type 2 diabetes topics for the newly diagnosed. Diabetes Essentials includes easy diabetes tips covering 72 subjects, including medications, nutrition, gut bacteria, exercise, recipes and more. Meant as a diabetes primer for the newly diagnosed, this book contains essential advice meant to supplement the other two highly respected books in the series. It will arm those who might be confused about their diagnosis with a path forward, with information about their condition and about managing it using nutrition, exercise, medication and other strategies.
A diabetes cookbook for every day from a Registered Dietitian and Certified Diabetes Educator. In this book, Karen Graham and Dr. Shomali explain that carefully planned, nutritious meals and sensible portion sizes are an essential part of diabetes and weight management. This book gives step-by-step instructions for putting this advice into action. It includes life-size photographs showing portions of meals and snacks. The Eat This–Not That section compares common foods and beverages to help you choose between them. The weight loss guide has daily meal plans from 1,200 to 2,200 calories. And all the meals list carbohydrates and can be used by people with both type 1 and type 2 diabetes. This meal-planning guide includes balanced options for every meal of the day along with pairing advice and nutritional analysis