"...over 150 delicious recipes fresh from the sea and puts them front-and-center on your kitchen table. Seafood is the perfect choice for anyone looking to eat healthfully without skimping on flavor. Naturally low in fat and packed with protein and healthy omega-3 fats, seafood offers nearly endless preparation possibilities in the kitchen. Whether you're looking for a perfect party appetizer, a delightful dinner your whole family will enjoy, or a satisfying side dish to any meal, The Diabetes Seafood Cookbook is your one-stop shop for fresh, delicious seafood."
Now you can enjoy sensational low-fat recipes from the first African American cookbook for people with diabetes. More than 140 recipes in all, including appetizers, snacks, soups, salads, main dishes, vegetables, side dishes, and desserts. Advice for reducing fat, calories, and sodium for weight loss and improved health and diabetes control is featured. Plus, the basics of healthy food preparation and menu planning are followed by suggestions for cooking with herbs and spices.
Part of the "Month of Meals" series, "Soul Food" includes more than 55 recipes for African American and Southern favorites, including Ernestine's Pigeon Peas and Rice; Chicken and Dumplings; and Soulful Chili. Each menu planner has 28 days worth of new menu choices that can be manipulated into 20,000 menu combinations.
This popular series offers millions of ways to mix and match classic daily menus! Each menu planner has 28 days worth of new menu choices; pages are split into thirds and are interchangeable. There are 20,000 menu combinations in each book. No matter which combination is chosen, carb counts and nutrients are correct for the entire day, automatically.
This cookbook deals with two major issues--how to make simple, quick, healthy, low-carb meals and how to bring variety to the table. Designed for simplicity, it is divided into three sections--Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner--and also includes a week-at-a-glance meal plan chart that readers can mix and match to make a variety of menu options.
It's everywhere, from frozen-food aisles to fast-food stores, from deli take-out to salad bars -- fast, prepackaged food fit for today's busy lifestyles. The choices are unlimited, unless you have diabetes -- until now. Why shouldn't you be able to enjoy the same timesaving benefits from convenience foods? Diabetes educator and author Betty Wedman-St. Louis shows you how to take advantage of today's convenience foods while still taking care of your diabetes.
Putting the food pyramid to work sounds simple enough, but frequent changes in nutrition recommendations make it important to stay well informed and up-to-date. This revised second edition reveals the latest information on the six food groups and how to incorporate them into a healthy diet.
People with diabetes don't have to miss out on desserts--thanks to this unique collection of over 200 recipes for everything from chocolate chip cookies to banana cream pie. Each seemingly sinful dessert is suitable for a diabetic diet.
Betty Crocker, teamed with diabetes experts from the International Diabetes Center, has created an all-in-one diabetes resource, filled with delicious recipes and up-to-the-minute medical and nutrition information. Here's great news about diabetes: The best-kept secret of diabetes food planning is that it's good for everyone. You may think that people with diabetes need special foods prepared special ways, but as you look through this book, you'll find a wide variety of delicious and satisfying foods that you can eat -- and that the whole family will enjoy.This book is designed to make meals easy.
This news of being named an [ALA] Alex Award winner is especially sweet because I, personally, know what it means to be included into a world of free access to books, which has been my real family since the first day of the first grade, when I stepped into the bookmobile.