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Diabetes Cookbook for Canadians for Dummies
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Introduction 1 Part I: Getting Started with Diabetes & Cooking 5 Chapter 1: Diabetes 101: Discovering the Basics 7 Chapter 2: You Are What You Eat 25 Chapter 3: You Are How You Eat 43 Chapter 4: Staying Healthy through Nutrition 59 Part II: Cooking and Meal-Planning Essentials 69 Chapter 5: Getting Equipped 71 Chapter 6: Successful Food Shopping 75 Part III: Healthy Eating: Natural, Nutritious Recipes 91 Chapter 7: Rise and Shine with Breakfast 93 Chapter 8: Savory Soups 109 Chapter 9: Snazzy Salads 121 Chapter 10: Appealing Appetizers 139 Chapter 11: Creative Carbohydrate Concoctions 151 Chapter 12: Don t Forget Your Veggies! 175 Chapter 13: Fishing for the Right Dish: Fish and Seafood Entrees 191 Chapter 14: Birds of a Feather: Poultry Dinners 205 Chapter 15: Mighty Meat 221 Chapter 16: Vegetarian Variety 237 Chapter 17: Delectable Endings 249 Chapter 18: Kooking for Kids 271 Part IV: The Part of Tens 285 Chapter 19: Ten Frequently Asked Questions 287 Chapter 20: Ten Diabetes Nutrition Myths 295 Chapter 21: Ten Tips for Healthy Eating 303 Part V: Appendixes 311 Appendix A: Nutrition and Recipe Websites for People with Diabetes 313 Appendix B: A Month of Menus 319 Index 347

About the Author

Ian Blumer, MD, is a diabetes specialist in the Greater Toronto Area, is on the executive committee of the Clinical & Scientific Section of the Canadian Diabetes Association, and is the co-author of Diabetes For Canadians For Dummies. Cynthia Payne, RD, CDE, works as a Registered Dietitian and Certified Diabetes Educator at a hospital in Cobourg and is a public speaker to professional and lay audiences, and former nutrition columnist.

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