The African-American Guide to Living Well with Diabetes
by Constance Brown-Riggs, MSEd, RD, CDE, CDN; with Tamara Jeffries. New Page Books, 2010.
No two diabetes patients experience the same situation, and this book helps individuals create a personal self-care program. Includes the latest medical treatment information as well as recipes and a menu plan.
American Diabetes Association Guide to Healthy Fast-Food Eating, 2nd Edition
by Hope S. Warshaw, MMSc, RD, CDE, BC-ADM. American Diabetes Association, 2009.
Eating out is pleasant, but it presents challenges if you have diabetes, heart disease and weight management issues. Here's an easy-to-use guide with exchanges and serving sizes for menus of the most popular fast-food restaurants. Included are nutrition facts, as well as tips for making healthier choices.
American Diabetes Association Guide to Herbs and Nutritional Supplements
by Laura Shane-McWhorter, PharmD, BCPS, FASCP, BC-ADM, CDE. American Diabetes Association, 2009.
Considering a nutritional supplement to treat your diabetes? Benefits, dosages, studies, side effects, interactions with other medications, and a summary chart of each supplement are included.
The Best Life Guide to Managing Diabetes and Pre-Diabetes
by Bob Greene; John J. Merendino Jr. MD; Janis Jibrin, RD. Simon & Schuster, 2009.
Flexible meal plans, an extensive reference section and a tracking log will help you organize to meet the challenges of living with diabetes. Do you want to miss the Vanilla Peanut Butter Smoothie?
Diabetes Carbohydrate and Fat Gram Guide, 4th Edition
by Lee Ann Holzmeister, RD, CDE. American Diabetes Association, 2010.
Fully updated edition with nearly 8,000 menu and food items, including information on exchanges for diabetes meal planning.
Diabetes Meal Planning Made Easy, 4th Edition
by Hope S. Warshaw, MMSc, RD, CDE, BC-ADM. American Diabetes Association, 2010.
Following the USDA's Dietary Guidelines for Americans, this new edition provides meal ideas, help with choosing from restaurant menus, and tips for planning your grocery list.
Diabulemia: Diabetes + Eating Disorders
by Grace Huifeng Shih, RD, MS. 2011.
Drawing from the personal experiences of those who suffer from this complex condition, the author provides approaches to modifying this behavior. Sample meal plans and helpful charts are included.
Eat What You Love, Love What You Eat with Diabetes
by Michelle May, MD with Megrette Fletcher, MEd, RD, CDE. New Harbinger Publications, 2012.
Learning that you have diabetes can make you feel a range of emotions. One might be disappointment about giving up favorite foods. Discover how to develop a sense of balance with food.
The Mayo Clinic Diabetes Diet
by Mayo Clinic. Good Books, 2011.
Three sections to help you get started, stay on track and use helpful tips and tools to improve your diabetes. Behavior obstacles and strategies for meeting them, as well as recipes, are included.
Real-Life Guide to Diabetes: What You Need to Know
by Hope S. Warshaw, MMSc, RD, CDE, BC-ADM; Joy Pape, RN, BSN, CDE, WOCN, CFCN. American Diabetes Association, 2009.
Chapters on preventing long-term complications, adding physical activity to your day, controlling your blood glucose, and dealing with insurance are presented in an easy-to-search format.
What Do I Eat Now? A Step-by-Step Guide to Eating Right with Type 2 Diabetes
by Patti B. Geil, MS, RD, FADA, CDE & Tami A. Ross, RD, LD, CDE. American Diabetes Association, 2009.
Whether you've just been diagnosed or have had diabetes for some time, this book will help you create healthy eating plans. Chapters include survival skills, behavior change suggestions, menus and recipes.