Diabetes Meal Planning Book
Topics Covered in This Book
Foods to Eat & Avoid
Management of Type 2 and Prediabetes takes diligence and constant learning. Some foods may affect your blood sugar levels MORE than others. In this book we’ll talk about the trial and error method of figuring out which foods work better for you
The glycemic index can help provide you with better insight into what foods cause your blood sugar to rise, while the glycemic load can help you figure out how high you might go. Together we’ll learn how to use this valuable information in your diabetes management.
Tools for Better Management
The process of learning how to manage Type 2 and prediabetes can be difficult. It takes a good support system, dedication and motivation. We will discuss tools you can add to your new regimen to help keep you focused on your diabetes management.
Making any type of change is difficult, that’s for sure. While it may all seem overwhelming at first, it really doesn’t have to be. We’ll look at how you can gradually make small changes that will make a huge difference and work towards much larger goals down the road.
Spotting Blood Sugar Trends
Learning how to spot trends in your blood sugar levels can be a valuable tool in your overall management. With this information you can work with your doctor to determine if medication adjustments, food intake or other changes need to be made.
Carbohydrates are the one constant when it comes to diabetes management. Learning to monitor your carbo intake while keeping track of how they affect your blood sugar levels and overall health can help you to pinpoint a meal plan that will work best for you.
Why read this book?
If you have Type 2 diabetes or prediabetes, this book will be a valuable tool for you. You will learn how to more effectively choose foods, meal plan and even learn how to predict what your blood sugar levels may do. Not reading this book would be a shame, because reading it will help you get a leg up in your diabetes management.
Who is this book good for?
Those with Type 2 diabetes, prediabetes and their caregivers will find value in this book. Additionally, Professionals such as endocrinologists, CDE’s and other diabetes team members will be interested in learning tools to help their patients with better management.
Do you offer a hard copy?
If an eBook isn’t your cup of tea, you may be interested in a hard copy which is also available for purchase.
Is it for Type 2 or Prediabetes?
This how-to manual is great for prediabetes and diabetes Type 2.
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A valuable primer even for the novice diabetic. A very easy common sense read meant to ease the transition into healthier and safer eating habits. Straight-forward approach to looking at what is and isn't good when it comes to food. A good guide for everyone. ~ Laura Franklin
As someone with Type 2 diabetes, I'm always looking for ways to more effectively manage my blood sugar levels. This guide is very educational. it provides not only tips on how to reach my target goals better, but detailed lists and information on how to easily make changes so that I feel better physically and mentally. I'd definitely recommend it to anyone who wants to take control and get their life back! ~ Betsy Jo Krise
The day my husband was diagnosed with type 2 diabetes, our world seemed to change. We were thrown into this new lifestyle unfamiliar with what we had to do to ensure he was healthy. While his doctor gave us some general information, we weren't fully prepared or equipped to handle this new life. This guide is a great read and can help anyone from those newly diagnosed, caregivers to those with diabetes, or a veteran whose had diabetes for some time. Making changes is never easy, but the way the information in this book is laid out, it shows you that it is more simple than you can imagine. ~ Patty Snider
Never thought I would have a need for this guide, however living with a loved one with type2 diabetes, I found it quite revealing and informative. It took the drudgery out of portion control and I'll never look at a plate the same again. ~ Bob W