The Complete Guide to Carb Counting: How to Take the Mystery Out of Carb Counting and Improve Your Blood Glucose Control, 3rd Edition
by Hope S. Warshaw, MMSc, RD, CDE, BC-ADM and Karmeen Kulkarni, MS, RD, CDE, BC-ADM. American Diabetes Association, 2011.
Managing blood glucose levels can be a worry. Learn how to figure out food labels, prepare appropriate portions, and see why carbs are important. An appendix of everyday food carb counts is included.
Diabetes and Pregnancy: A Guide to a Healthy Pregnancy for Women Who Have Type 1, Type 2 or Gestational Diabetes
by David A. Sacks, MD. American Diabetes Association, Inc. (R), 2011.
Thoughtful meal planning, healthy eating and exercise are important before, during and post-pregnancy. Chapters also address blood glucose control and medications at each stage.
Diabetes Meal Planning & Nutrition for Dummies®
by Toby Smithson, RDN, CDE and Alan L. Rubin, MD. John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 2014.
Written in an easy-to-understand style, chapters emphasize the relationship between diabetes and food. Healthy food swaps, 22 recipes and tips on dining out are just a few of the topics covered.
Diabetes Weight Loss Week by Week: A Safe, Effective Method for Losing Weight and Improving Your Health
by Jill Weisenberger, MS, RD, CDE. American Diabetes Association, 2012.
It's pretty discouraging to be told what you cannot eat, rather than what's permitted. Enjoy these wholesome menus and recipes while reading inspiring stories from people who are successfully meeting the challenges of diabetes.
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.
People With Diabetes Can Eat Anything: It's All About Balance
by Jane K. Dickinson, RN, PhD, CDE. Media 117, 2013.
Written by a registered dietitian who lives with diabetes, this book will help readers develop a healthier relationship with food. Diabetes management involves more than food, and readers will learn how to meet those challenges.
The Pre-Diabetes Diet Plan: How to Reverse Prediabetes and Prevent Diabetes through Healthy Eating and Exercise
by Hillary Wright, Med, RD. Ten Speed Press, 2013.
Millions of Americans are affected with prediabetes, a condition which can be reversed. Suggestions on lifestyle changes throughout the chapters will encourage anyone trying to live a healthier life. Includes ideas for meal planning, grocery shopping, dining out, supplements and exercise.
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