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A Type I, II, or Prediabetes Diagnosis Doesn't Mean an End to Enjoying Fun, Delicious Food
With this collection of recipes from registered dietitian nutritionist and Milk & Honey Nutrition® founder Mary Ellen Phipps, you can still make the quick, easy, and tasty foods you love while balancing your blood sugars and managing your diabetes. Diagnosed with type I diabetes when she was five, Mary Ellen uses both her professional and personal experience to create meals that will bring the joy and ease of cooking back to your kitchen, while still following a blood sugar-friendly diet.
Get a balanced start to your day with options like a Cheesy Quinoa-Crusted Spinach Frittata or Banana Protein Pancakes for breakfast. Indulge in favorites like Coconut-Crusted Chicken Tenders, Beef and
Broccoli Stir-Fry, or Diabetes-Friendly Artichoke and Basil Pizza stress-free, because they're designed to be a part of a healthy diabetes diet. Dinner has never been easier (or better for your blood sugar levels) with 15-minute meals like Pesto Pasta in a Pinch or Grown-Up Lunchables.
Each recipe in the book includes nutritional information so you know you are getting the carbs, protein, and fat you need. Mary Ellen also provides a comprehensive, easy-to-understand guide to managing your diabetes through the food you eat and specialized tips to keep your blood sugar balanced throughout the day.
With its huge series of near-effortless recipes and handy dietary tips, it's the ultimate cookbook for diabetics who own a slow cooker. A whopping 550 diabetic-friendly recipes made easy with the aid of a slow cooker.
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