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My Diabetic Chef: How to Eat Well With Diabetes Nick Abbate

My Diabetic Chef: How to Eat Well With Diabetes

Nick Abbate

Published March 10th 2014
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Kindle Edition
117 pages
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 About the Book 

My Diabetic ChefHow To Eat Well With Diabetes”Was created for people with Pre-diabetes, Type 1, Type 2 or people who want to have a healthier lifestyle and live longer. It is brought to you courtesy of Nick & Diona Abbate, who have both beatMoreMy Diabetic ChefHow To Eat Well With Diabetes”Was created for people with Pre-diabetes, Type 1, Type 2 or people who want to have a healthier lifestyle and live longer. It is brought to you courtesy of Nick & Diona Abbate, who have both beat the pre-diabetic stage for Nick and the Type 2 diabetic stage for Diona. Between the two of them they have lost over 510+lbs combined and know what it’s like to deal with the day to day challenges of diabetes and what goes along with being Pre-diabetic and Type 2. Created by a couple, who has been there, done that, and single handedly, together, conquered diabetes.This is a cookbook created by former diabetics who know the ins and outs of diabetes, not some company saying they know what it’s like, without experiencing it. It’s jammed packed with over 150+ recipes that are tried, true and really good. All the recipes will fit in with your lifestyle of being a diabetic.This cookbook gives you the formula that you need to use in order to live comfortably with diabetes. The recipes in this cook book starting from first thing in the morning, breakfast, on to lunch, then to dinner, and even dessert. Who says because you have diabetes you still can’t enjoy your life.Here are four sub-categories of this book.Muffins, Breads & ToastsSoups & StewsPoultry, Beef & PorkCakes & PiesThese are just sub – categories its jam packed with many more recipes that you will enjoy.Though the intended target is diabetes, it cannot be denied that excess sugar, carbohydrates and artificial by products are not only shortcuts to blood disorders but obesity and physical maladies as well. The authors provide us scrumptious menus and recipes for breakfast, lunch and dinner, and some of the desserts and entrees will cause you to do a double-take. Did you think you’d ever enjoy a slice of strawberry shortcake without cheating yourself? How about chocolate cheesecake? Impossible, you say. Well, let the Abbates show you how.- John Reinhard Dizon, Independence, Missouri