Gestational Diabetes & Diet
These days most women who develop gestational diabetes during pregnancy are able to contol their glucose level with regular excercise and a good diet. In some cases although rare insulin may be required. If in doubt always seek advice from your doctor first.
A guide to Diabetic Cooking
Let's face it: Living with diabetes is hard work. It doesn't matter whether you're suffering from Type 1, Type 2, or Gestational Diabetes, the effects of diabetes on your health, diet, and lifestyle can be a real drag. And, yes, I know…that's putting it nicely...it's not easy living with diabetes.
Here's just a quick look at what kind of recipes are waiting for you inside my new book:
5 of the most delicious main course dishes you could ever imagine.
3 savory soups that will make your mouth water.
3 fresh salads that will make anybody-even those who "don't like salads"-ask for seconds.
A host of appetizers, including Onion and Blue Cheese Focaccia and Baked Spinach Balls that will leave all of your guests asking for more.
Flakey, delicious breads that will remind you of your favorite bakery.
Yummy-in-Your-Tummy jams, jellies, and spreads to top just about anything with a smile.
Winning side dishes and vegetables that are surprisingly easy to make, but taste gourmet.
Delectable desserts that taste sinfully delicious, including Rich Lemon Pound Cake and the always-popular Raisin Oatmeal Cookies.
And, too many more tasty recipes to mention here…
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