Poison Free Diabetic Diet - Diabetic Recipes that Your Family Love
Most diabetic recipes contain the toxic artificial sweeteners, or are simply tasteless recipes that make eating miserable. J Thomas and M Lee release their diabetic cookbook that brings eating with the family a joyous event once again.
Huntington, West Virginia, USA – The majority of the population link diabetic diet to bland or weird tasting meal. This is because most people have the impression that the proper diet for diabetics should consist of foods that are free of sugar, sodium and fat, low in carb or heavily substituted with artificial sweetener. Even diabetics believe that to keep blood sugar level and weight under control, it is imperative to stick to diets which almost consist of “rabbit foods”. These are simply myths. The reality is that diabetic eating can be delicious and healthy that all members of the family enjoy.
According to author of the diabetic cookbook series, Jennifer Thomas, diabetic eating is largely about common sense and moderation. Not deprivation. Most diabetic recipes focus on removing ingredients or substituting sugar with artificial sweetener. Effectively, this also removes the tastes, textures and aromas that make the foods delicious in the first place.
To make matter worst, artificial sweeteners which were once thought to be an excellent substitution for sugar, have been linked to weight gain and many diseases including cancer, heart disease and ironically, diabetes.
In their recently released diabetic cookbook, Jennifer and co-author, Michelle Lee put together 60 delicious diabetic snack recipes that even your family members love. This cookbook focuses on foods anyone can consume within minutes. None of the recipe uses any artificial sweetener while some are totally sugar free.
“We just use better but commonly available ingredients and the principle of moderation in our diabetic recipes,” explains Michelle.
Inside their book, readers not only can get diabetic cake and cookie recipes, but also recipes for brownies, biscuits, dips and a lot more foods for diabetic. A few of the snacks for diabetics that readers can expect include, the Naked Banana and Smooth Applesauce Muffins, Nutritional Coconut Chocolate Marble Coffee Cake, Chocolate Chips Chilled Cookies, Yummy Chocolate with Refreshing Orange Biscotti, Fat Burning Cheese Quesadillas and Moist and Chewy Chocolate Brownies.
Jennifer and Michelle are running a promotion for their diabetic cookbook on 25 Oct 2012 and 26 Oct 2012. During these days, interested readers can download a copy of their kindle book for free. Visit Amazon at: http://www.amazon.com/dp/B009277LL8 (US) and http://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B009277LL8 (UK) and get a copy of their book.
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