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Diabetic Cookbook and Meal Plan for the Newly Diagnosed: A 4-Week Introductory Guide to Manage Type 2 Diabetes

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The Diabetes Cookbook and Meal Plan for the Newly Diagnosed delivers the quickest meal plan to manage your type 2 diabetes and take control of your diet. A type 2 diabetes diagnosis means that it’s time to make some changes, starting with your diet. With clearly defined meal plans and simple recipes, The Diabetes Cookbook and Meal Plan for the Newly Diagnosed helps you The Diabetes Cookbook and Meal Plan for the Newly Diagnosed delivers the quickest meal plan to manage your type 2 diabetes and take control of your diet. A type 2 diabetes diagnosis means that it’s time to make some changes, starting with your diet. With clearly defined meal plans and simple recipes, The Diabetes Cookbook and Meal Plan for the Newly Diagnosed helps you manage type 2 diabetes and improve your health in as early as 4-weeks.Specifically designed for those who have been newly diagnosed with type 2 diabetes, this diabetic cookbook lays out an easy-to-follow meal plan to prevent side effects and maintain normal blood sugar levels. Complete with the most up-to-date information on type 2 diabetes and over 100 delicious recipes, The Diabetes Cookbook and Meal Plan for the Newly Diagnosed offers all of the guidance and support you need to thrive with diabetes.Long-term management of type 2 diabetes starts in the kitchen. This diabetic cookbook includes: A 4-week meal plan that is easily customized according to your weight loss goals and caloric needs Current information on type 2 diabetes including how it develops, what to expect, and nutritional basics Over 100 delicious recipes for every meal with quick reference recipe labels such as Gluten-free, Vegetarian, Dairy-free, Nut-free, No-Cook, 5-Ingredient, and 30-Minutes-or-Less With The Diabetes Cookbook and Meal Plan for the Newly Diagnosed, you’ll gain control of your diet in 4-weeks and build healthy eating habits that will last a lifetime.


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The Diabetes Cookbook and Meal Plan for the Newly Diagnosed delivers the quickest meal plan to manage your type 2 diabetes and take control of your diet. A type 2 diabetes diagnosis means that it’s time to make some changes, starting with your diet. With clearly defined meal plans and simple recipes, The Diabetes Cookbook and Meal Plan for the Newly Diagnosed helps you The Diabetes Cookbook and Meal Plan for the Newly Diagnosed delivers the quickest meal plan to manage your type 2 diabetes and take control of your diet. A type 2 diabetes diagnosis means that it’s time to make some changes, starting with your diet. With clearly defined meal plans and simple recipes, The Diabetes Cookbook and Meal Plan for the Newly Diagnosed helps you manage type 2 diabetes and improve your health in as early as 4-weeks.Specifically designed for those who have been newly diagnosed with type 2 diabetes, this diabetic cookbook lays out an easy-to-follow meal plan to prevent side effects and maintain normal blood sugar levels. Complete with the most up-to-date information on type 2 diabetes and over 100 delicious recipes, The Diabetes Cookbook and Meal Plan for the Newly Diagnosed offers all of the guidance and support you need to thrive with diabetes.Long-term management of type 2 diabetes starts in the kitchen. This diabetic cookbook includes: A 4-week meal plan that is easily customized according to your weight loss goals and caloric needs Current information on type 2 diabetes including how it develops, what to expect, and nutritional basics Over 100 delicious recipes for every meal with quick reference recipe labels such as Gluten-free, Vegetarian, Dairy-free, Nut-free, No-Cook, 5-Ingredient, and 30-Minutes-or-Less With The Diabetes Cookbook and Meal Plan for the Newly Diagnosed, you’ll gain control of your diet in 4-weeks and build healthy eating habits that will last a lifetime.

30 review for Diabetic Cookbook and Meal Plan for the Newly Diagnosed: A 4-Week Introductory Guide to Manage Type 2 Diabetes

  1. 5 out of 5

    Jeannie and Louis Rigod

    Recently my doctor told me that my annual blood work told him I was borderline Diabetic. That is all he said. No taking of pills, no information pamphlets, no exercises...nothing. I was very concerned and asked questions but he wanted to chat about my cancer instead. So, I decided to look for a book that would answer basic questions and give me nutritional guidance at least. I chose two books. Admittedly, this was the first one I read, but, it gave me what I was looking for. Immediately, I changed Recently my doctor told me that my annual blood work told him I was borderline Diabetic. That is all he said. No taking of pills, no information pamphlets, no exercises...nothing. I was very concerned and asked questions but he wanted to chat about my cancer instead. So, I decided to look for a book that would answer basic questions and give me nutritional guidance at least. I chose two books. Admittedly, this was the first one I read, but, it gave me what I was looking for. Immediately, I changed the way we approach the basic 3 meals a day. It's obviously too soon to see long term results, however emotionally, I'm feeling that I've taken a positive action towards better health. I truly recommend this book for everyone who wishes better health.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Deb Carlile

    I bought this book when I was newly diagnosed and it helped me understand how to balance my plate and the kinds of foods I should be eating. Some of the recipes are good; I still eat the Greek Yogurt Sundae with Oat and Walnut Granola almost daily. The Beet, Goat Cheese and Walnut Pesto with Zoodles? Never again. I'm so glad I found this book because of the education it gave me about how to eat with this disease. My A1C is down to 5.8. Read it. I bought this book when I was newly diagnosed and it helped me understand how to balance my plate and the kinds of foods I should be eating. Some of the recipes are good; I still eat the Greek Yogurt Sundae with Oat and Walnut Granola almost daily. The Beet, Goat Cheese and Walnut Pesto with Zoodles? Never again. I'm so glad I found this book because of the education it gave me about how to eat with this disease. My A1C is down to 5.8. Read it.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Diamond Tracy

    My mom was suffering from diabetes 2 and Lupus over 17yrs. She tried many drugs but at last become dependent on Siferol and metformin due to the weakness and constant pains, she found that life was just sinking & there was no way of hope. Then she consulted Dr Sikies for herbal treatments, which she had been hearing so much about, After some couple of days taking this herbal medicine, things started to change, the symptoms started to decrease and after 19 days of taking it, she became healthy an My mom was suffering from diabetes 2 and Lupus over 17yrs. She tried many drugs but at last become dependent on Siferol and metformin due to the weakness and constant pains, she found that life was just sinking & there was no way of hope. Then she consulted Dr Sikies for herbal treatments, which she had been hearing so much about, After some couple of days taking this herbal medicine, things started to change, the symptoms started to decrease and after 19 days of taking it, she became healthy and fully free from all the symptoms or diabetes and Lupus. My mom's life is totally different now. No drugs dependant, quality of life is much much better, No problem with her intestines, right foot shaking, that's why I decided to let everybody knows about the wonderful healing of Dr Sikies herbs If you are having any health challenges kindly visit Dr Sikies at Website:https://drsikiesherbalcure.weebly.com Email: [email protected] WhatsApp +2348163430143

  4. 4 out of 5

    Rachel Sides

    This was a good starting point for me. It is well organized, but unfortunately it isn't right for me. I've watched a lot of YouTube videos on the subject as well. After a couple of weeks of trying reduce consumption of known high carbs like bread, potatoes and sugar. That barely moved my glucose numbers. I started checking carbs in everything and tried to stay within the 20 daily carbs suggested by the Keto diet. It was not sustainable. This cookbook suggests 30 carb meals and snacks. That is to This was a good starting point for me. It is well organized, but unfortunately it isn't right for me. I've watched a lot of YouTube videos on the subject as well. After a couple of weeks of trying reduce consumption of known high carbs like bread, potatoes and sugar. That barely moved my glucose numbers. I started checking carbs in everything and tried to stay within the 20 daily carbs suggested by the Keto diet. It was not sustainable. This cookbook suggests 30 carb meals and snacks. That is too much for me. My goal is 30ish daily carbs in 2 meals with fasting after supper until lunch. This is referred to as intermittent fasting. If I start exercising, I might be able to increase carbs a little and still control my glucose numbers.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Hilary (A Wytch's Book Review)

    Well frankly I wasn't that impressed, having mentioned things like use whole milk, a lot of the recipes contained Almond Milk!, there didn't seem to be any thought about people with food allergies (okay yes the recipes did say if they were Gluten Free, Nut Free etc) but snacks were for the most part nut based, and again having said eat more plant based the majority of meals had meat in them! Add in the fact that it was written for the American Market it really did nothing for me :( Well frankly I wasn't that impressed, having mentioned things like use whole milk, a lot of the recipes contained Almond Milk!, there didn't seem to be any thought about people with food allergies (okay yes the recipes did say if they were Gluten Free, Nut Free etc) but snacks were for the most part nut based, and again having said eat more plant based the majority of meals had meat in them! Add in the fact that it was written for the American Market it really did nothing for me :(

  6. 5 out of 5

    Vince Pillig

    Very informative! Although I am not diabetic my mother was and it runs into family. Read this book to get modern information on the subject. Very informative with lots of recipes. I would recommend it to anybody that is diabetic or pre-diabetic or as myself just runs into family.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Gskm

    Not for me It’s made up of things I am allergic too. This one is just not for me. May be good for some, but not for me.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Araceli Martinez

    Excellent recipes I've read other books with recipes and this one has basic food items we are accustomed too. I love all the recipes. Excellent recipes I've read other books with recipes and this one has basic food items we are accustomed too. I love all the recipes.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Holly

    Good cookbook with a meal plan to help with diabetes

  10. 5 out of 5

    Rlh

    The information provided in this book is very helpful. I enjoy the recipes in this book, just wish that it had more pictures.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Mita Morales-irizarry

    A lot of amazing information as we were at a loss I. Regards to what we could and could not eat. Very easy and tasty recipes

  12. 5 out of 5

    Joyce

    I am prediabetic and this book has lots of good information and recipes for using the complete your plate method recommended by the American Association of Diabetes Education.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Theresa

  14. 5 out of 5

    patti howley

  15. 4 out of 5

    Rose Gay

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    Cindy

  17. 5 out of 5

    Hannah

  18. 4 out of 5

    Bonnie Paladino

  19. 5 out of 5

    E H McIntosh

  20. 4 out of 5

    Mary A. Blake

  21. 4 out of 5

    Lisa Chapman

  22. 4 out of 5

    Lindy Horstman

  23. 5 out of 5

    Lucille

  24. 4 out of 5

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  25. 4 out of 5

    Donna Twichell

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    Vanessa Stewart

  27. 5 out of 5

    Annie garcia

  28. 4 out of 5

    Joan Dotson

  29. 5 out of 5

    Cristina

  30. 5 out of 5

    Dianna Marquardt

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