Diabetic Book Reviews

Diabetic Book Reviews. Below are a few books the our staff have found useful and informative.  A link to purchase these books is provided and will redirect you to Amazon .com

Choose Your Foods: Exchange Lists for Diabetes

Well worth the price. Has all the Information about exchanges needed to follow the plan.

 

 

 

 

The Diabetic Bible: Your All-in-One Guide to Living Well with Diabetes

This book is a comprehensive review of foods good for diabetics, with recipes to encourage use of the book to increase your good health and have some weight loss.

 

 

Diabetes For DummiesDr. Rubin clearly, calmly, and intelligently guides the patient in this book through the chaos and confusion of the diabetes care circus. He really makes sense out of what is available. The book is unfailingly clear.

 

The Official Pocket Guide to Diabetic ExchangesPacked with more information than some larger books. Small enough to carry with you. Very impressive.

 

What Do I Eat Now?: A Step-by-Step Guide to Eating Right with Type 2 DiabetesTo have Beginning stages of Diabetes you are just lost for what to eat. This Book tell what and how to eat!This is a great book for people who are struggling with what they can eat after being diagnosed with type 2 diabetes. People are typically very confused about what they can eat and think they need to give up all of their favorite foods. The authors provide sound nutrition information in a clear and concise manner and relate it to everyday eating with helpful tips.

 

Fix-It and Forget-It Diabetic Cookbook Revised and Updated: 550 Slow Cooker Favorites–To Include Everyone!
Author Phyllis Pellman Good, with The American Diabetes Association, has compiled a book filled with recipes for diabetics that you make in a slow cooker. Yes, you read that correct, what a great idea for use in our busy lives.