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Drinks for Diabetics, Dieters and Designated Drivers© Just Released Free E-Book

If you are a diabetic, dieter, or even a designated driver, you can enjoy hundreds of low calorie - low carb drinks, or you can even enhance the taste of virgin cocktails and mocktails by following the recipes, tips and insight from a new book.


October 13, 2011:  Today more than ever, health conscious consumers, diabetics and people wanting  to lose weight are looking for healthy and natural beverage solutions.  Most drinks on the market today like sodas, pops and juices are loaded with sugar, high fructose corn syrups, and artificial sweetener.

A normal person typically drinks more than 450 calories a day.  Finding these sugar free, low calorie beverage solutions are the key to keeping your blood sugar in check- while keeping extra inches off your midsection.  This new E-Book provides hundreds of low cost low calorie beverage solution alternatives-some with natural stevia sweetener.

Keeping in mind the need for diabetics, dieters and designated drivers, a new book titled “Drinks for Diabetics, Dieters and Designated Drivers” has hit the market.  This new book excites Dieticians, Nutritionists and Diabetic Educators because it provides many healthy alternatives to high calorie beverages.  It includes hundreds of recipes, tips and insight for blending sugar free drinks, and reviews many of the popular drinks and beverages on the market today, allowing the consumer to make the right choices between the good, the bad and the ugly drinks already out there. 

 Whether you are attending a casual party or a business event, beverages, especially alcohol is typically the center of attention for the entire evening. However, many people including diabetic patients, along with persons who are dieting, pregnant women and those who need to drive, are not able to enjoy alcohol based drinks.  Serving the old fashioned alcohol free drinks such as punches and Shirley Temples at a party was a trend that is losing favor with health professionals because they are usually made with sugary juices and mixes.  These same health professionals feel that the diabetic patients are at a loss for alcohol free beverage choices because of these reasons. 

Taking the cue from this new book, drinks without alcohol can now be served in restaurants and lavish parties. These include virgin cocktails and mocktails. You can now enjoy alcohol free drinks without any alcohol and all of the alcohol flavoring. You must be wondering how drinks without alcohol may taste the same.  With the tips from the experts in this new book,, you can get the right flavor even without consuming the actual alcohol.

Diabetics and dieters share the same issues, typically requires avoiding any sugary- HFCS beverages especially the alcohol based drinks such as wines, beer and cocktails. This book reveals how drinks for diabetics, dieters and designated drivers can be made right at home. All you need to do is enhance the taste of a bland mocktail with natural alcohol flavoring concentrates.  They will easily satisfy your taste buds.  Similarly, the dieters who want to reduce weight can control their sugar intake by avoiding alcohol based drinks. The book contains hundreds of recipes for low carb and low sugar drinks blended with the flavor concentrates and natural juices as well. These recipes are also good for expecting mothers who can enjoy her favorite drinks without any alcohol or high fructose corn syrups.

Drunken driving is taking a toll on many lives. In order to combat the menace of drunken driving, the solutions are simple: assign a designated driver who is drinking alcohol free drinks. Now you can get the taste of dark rum, tequila or coffee cordial by adding natural alcohol flavorings concentrates to your virgin cocktails, as cited in the book.

This e-book contains recipes, tips and insight for hundreds of drinks without alcohol, as well as low calorie, low carb, no- sugar drinks for diabetics and dieters. With the ideas and insights cited in the book, you can discover the world of flavorings to blend your own low cost beverage solutions.



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