Discover how deliciously simple eating for diabetes can be with a superfoods approach to cooking and meal planning!
The concept of “superfoods” has taken center stage in the media recent years, with certain foods—blueberries, spinach, kale, quinoa, shellfish, lentils, and more—described as having medicinal (almost “magical”) properties. The problem is that some of this information is based in fact, some is exaggerated, and some of it is made up entirely. If you're planning meals for diabetes, you need accurate information about the nutritional value and benefits of the foods you eat. The Diabetes Superfoods Cookbook and Meal Planner cuts through noise and delivers scientifically sound overview of diabetes nutrition and offers the expert information about diabetes superfoods that people with diabetes crave! It then provides a power-packed collection of recipes and meal plans that makes planning delicious and tasty meals a snap.
Inside you’ll find a master list of superfoods that can benefit diabetes and weight management and more than 110 flavor-packed recipes, including:
- Bruschetta Stuffed Mushrooms
- Shrimp Fried Cauliflower Rice
- Crispy Polenta with Veggies and Beans
- Fig and Walnut Yogurt Tarts
- Mushroom Arugula Pizza
- And many more!
Every recipe features at least one diabetes superfood to maximize the nutrient density of your diet, and each recipe is built into 40 days of meal plans that were developed to incorporate diabetes superfoods and meet the American Diabetes Association’s nutrition guidelines.
Practical time-saving tips throughout the book make planning and cooking incredibly healthy meals easier than ever! Authors Cassandra Verdi and Stephanie Dunbar—dietitians with more than 30 years of collective experience in nutrition and diabetes—provide you with the guidance and inspiration you need to control your blood glucose and weight, the superfood way. This practical, complete approach to eating well will have you feeling great and enjoying truly delicious foods!
Cassandra Verdi, MPH, RD, was formerly the Associate Director of Nutrition and Medical Affairs at the American Diabetes Association. Due to her family's history of diabetes, she has seen firsthand the importance of education and support for diabetes prevention and management.
Cassandra has worked and volunteered in various settings to help educate both people with diabetes and healthcare professionals.