Diabetes Cookbook: Over 300 Scrumptious Recipes To Help You To Enjoy Life And Stay Well
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Diabetes Cookbook: Over 300 Scrumptious Recipes To Help You To Enjoy Life And Stay Well

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Research reveals that diabetics can eat a well-balanced diet whilst maintaining control of blood sugar levels. This volume features over 300 delicious, nutritious and widely different recipes that are designed to help sufferers of diabetes remain healthy and enjoy their food.
Published 2004 by Reader's Digest Association
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Abraham
I actually got this cookbook from a friend as a birthday gift and I absolutely love it. Ever recipe comes with the author's synopsis/description of the recipe, plus points (it explains why certain ingredients are used in the recipe, how they are healthy, as well as alternatives to the recipe), nutritional label (at the bottom page of every recipe which is super helpful), exchange point system, and pictures (of each and every recipe).

I loved many of the recipes as well as my friends whom I shared...more
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