Food for Every Body
Cooking for diabetes the low-GI way (The Hungry Student)
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|Format: ||Paperback, 160 pages|
|Published In: ||Australia, 01 October 2004|
* Forget the fads, forget the 'magic' foods - simply develop sensible eating habits for long-term health and diabetes management * Over 100 recipes focusing on key food groups Features a unique at-a-glance Glycaemic Load symbol to help with BGL management, plus nutritional panels for every recipe As recently as ten years ago, a diagnosis of diabetes was quickly followed by instructions to forgo your favourite dishes and stick to plain boring food. Thankfully, today's advice is radically different. New food information, together with a better knowledge of how the body regulates blood glucose levels (BGL), makes a full social and gourmet life possible, while doing the right thing by your diabetes. Here is a collection of more than 100 recipes and food ideas to fit most lifestyles and domestic kitchens. Arranged by major food groups for easy access.
About the Author
Jane Barnes, originally a biochemist, is a dietician dispensing common-sense nutrition solutions to everyday eating problems. Sydney Pemberton trained at the Cordon Bleu School in London and now runs a successful catering business.
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