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The Diabetic Cookbook

An expert guide to eating for Type 1 and Type 2 diabetes, with advice on nutrition and a healthy...

Bridget Jones



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Lorenz Books
30 November 2018
UPDATED 2018. This substantially updated new edition offers detailed help on cooking for people with diabetes, including an extensive introduction that helps to explain the condition and offers advice on all aspects of nutrition as well as weight management and exercise. Guidance is given on how to live with diabetes, with advice on managing the condition, alleviating the symptoms, controlling your weight and reducing medication, and bringing together the latest thinking on dietary and lifestyle advice to help understand the condition while offering clear guidelines on what and when to eat. There is then a fantastic selection of tempting but healthy recipes, to help tailor food intake to individual requirements, with recipes to inspire diabetic cooks and enable them to continue to enjoy food with family and friends, with breakfast suggestions, snacks, light meals, main courses, and even puddings and desserts. There is a special section on diabetes in children, as well as advice and support for how to manage the condition through puberty, pregnancy and through the ageing process. The 150 recipes provide everything that is needed for a varied and enjoyable diet, with recipes that friends and family will enjoy such as Roasted Chicken with Mediterranean Vegetables, Grilled Mackerel with Spicy Dahl, and Wild Mushroom and Fontina Tarts. Each recipe comes with complete nutritional notes Fully illustrated with over 650 photographs, this book will be welcome reading for anyone living with diabetes.
By:   Bridget Jones
Imprint:   Lorenz Books
Country of Publication:   United Kingdom
Dimensions:   Height: 229mm,  Width: 178mm, 
ISBN:   9780754834533
ISBN 10:   0754834530
Pages:   256
Publication Date:   30 November 2018
Audience:   General/trade ,  ELT Advanced
Format:   Hardback
Publisher's Status:   Active

Bridget Jones worked as a food stylist for a major publishing house before launching into a freelance career to combine her two passions; writing and cooking. As well as creating recipes and writing on a wide range of food subjects, Bridget is a qualified fitness instructor and uses her skills to help people achieve optimum health and understand the profound benefits of eating well.

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