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30 of 30 people found the following review helpful
Diabetes Goes Natural! Jan. 13 2008
By R. Denise Barratt - Published on
Format: Paperback
This cookbook provides helpful tips on how to chose organic and natural foods. Recipes are delicious and the book includes many menus ideas. The information on portion sizes, the diabetes exchange guidelines and other nutrition facts gives consumers what they need to make healthy food choices. It includes a lot of vegetarian recipes which can be easily incorporated in a person's weekly food choices. The All-Natural Diabetes Cookbook can be a staple on the book shelf as a healthy guideline to eating more organic and natural foods in the diet. As a registered dietitian, I will recommend this book to my clients.
29 of 30 people found the following review helpful
A 'must' for diabetics wanting gourmet quality cuisine Dec 2 2007
By Midwest Book Review - Published on
Format: Paperback
Compiled by nutrition expert Jackie Newgent (a regular contributor to 'Weight Watchers Magazine', a chef instructor at the Institute of Culinary Education, and former American Dietetic Association National media spokesperson), "The All-Natural Diabetes Cookbook: The Whole food Approach To Great Tastes And Healthy Eating" features more than 150 dishes, the recipes for which avoid any artificial elements or ingredients. This impressive and thoroughly 'kitchen cook friendly' compendium of recipes are specifically designed for people with diabetes and ranges from Homemade Granola-Raspberry Parfaits; Scallion Yogurt Cheese; Mesclun Salad with Bosc pears, Pecans, and Blue Cheese; and Sweet Potato Burrito Spirals with Bell Pepper-Avocado 'Creme' Sauce; to Lemony Stuffed Grape Leaves; Creole-Style Red Beans and Rice; Honey Hot Cocoa Au Lait; and Mini Vanilli Cupcakes with Cherries on Top. Enhanced with facts, tips, and ideas to give good food a great flair, "The All-Natural Diabetes Cookbook" is a 'must' for diabetics wanting gourmet quality cuisine that they can prepare and consume with safety and gusto.
24 of 25 people found the following review helpful
Easy and delicious! Jan. 3 2008
By Kate - Published on
Format: Paperback
I love this cookbook. Great recipes, without a ton of ingredients. The focus on clean eating is a refreshing change from all the books that call for artificial ingredients.
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Refreshing! June 19 2008
By LynnRDH - Published on
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I appreciate the author writing an all-natural cookbook for diabetics. It is so refreshing to see a cookbook for people with diabetes that does not use or recommend artificial sweeteners and other artificial low-fat ingredients. My husband has diabetes and it is possible to eat well with diabetes without resorting to "artificial foods". I love the tips and her wholesome approach to meal planning.
14 of 14 people found the following review helpful
Finally, an Appealing Diabetis Cookbook Dec 23 2007
By The Cook - Published on
Format: Paperback
Every question I could think of is answered in the first 25 pages. And then the flavorful recipes begin, laid out in friendly-fashion with the added bonus of exchanges, Fresh Facts and Food Flair tips for each recipe. Nice size book, large type, and I like the emphasize on "fresh is best."