At Last – A New Book Of Gourmet Recipes Specially For Diabetics
Sufferers from diabetes will know only too well the daily dilemma of “what can I eat today”. Getting this daily choice right can make the difference between worsening the condition, improving it or in some cases reversing it with lifestyle changes. Unfortunately, pre-packaged gluten-free foods are typically loaded with starch, which breaks down into sugars, not helpful for someone with or at risk of Diabetes.
Diabetes is a silent killer that is growing more menacing daily. With the way most people eat today, it’s not surprising. The American Diabetes Association reveal that 23.6 million americans (8% of the population) have diabetes and a further 58 million people (19%) have insulin-resistant pre-diabetes and this is expected to skyrocket.
For a diabetic it can be a difficult task avoiding junk foods loaded with starch, sugar and glutens that can rapidly increase their health risks. By reducing the daily intake of high glycemic index (GI) foods with low and moderate GI foods is the first step to controlling Diabetes. Low ranked GI foods only cause a gradual rise in glucose and reduce the insulin spikes. Use a Free Glycemic Index Food List to help identify the good, the bad and the downright ugly foods.
In the past special low sugar/low gluten recipes never became popular because the food was ghastly. Recognising that there was a huge market for diabetic low sugar/low gluten recipes that tasted and looked like gourmet food, a remarkable lady called Debbie Johnson, wrote ’Fun With GF/LG Food!’, a book aimed exclusively for this market.
She says that after experimenting for about twenty years with making healthy food taste rich, satisfying and flavourful, Debbie opened a restaurant. She wanted to cook for those who needed to eat gluten-free as well as low-glycemic. She called it: The Golden Chalice, because she wanted it to be the holy grail of delicious, heavenly, healthy food for all, no matter what the allergy or health challenge might be. She says that sometimes customers were in tears because they just couldn’t believe they were able to order anything on the menu.
Her new cookbook is filled with delicious recipes for every single person who needs to eat gluten-free and/or low-glycemic, whether they are Vegans or Meat-eaters. Her restaurant served this kind of food exclusively. She says the customers loved it, even though some had no idea it was gluten-free and low-glycemic.
The recipes she used in her restaurant are now included in her new e-book and will help get diabetics back to healthy and safe eating and also bring back the pleasures of eating again. The book includes starters, main courses and desserts. Diabetics or people with food allergies may find it is a book they can’t live without.
To give visitors an idea of how easy it is to eat ‘safe’ food, Debbie has kindly provided a link to 3 free safe diabetic recipes from her new e-cookbook to practice with.
For more information on diabetes visit http://www.all-glycemicindexfoodlist.com/articles/x5h.
- Contact Information
- Lance Roberts
- Contact via E-mail
This news content may be integrated into any legitimate news gathering and publishing effort. Linking is permitted.
News Release Distribution and Press Release Distribution Services Provided by WebWire.