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Title:
The Joslin diabetes healthy carbohydrate cookbook
Author:
Polin, Bonnie Sanders, 1941-
Publication Information:
New York : Simon & Schuster, [2001]

©2001
Physical Description:
288 pages ; 24 cm
General Note:
"A Fireside book."

Includes index.
Language:
English
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ISBN:
9780684864518
Format :
Book

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Summary

Summary

In response to a major movement in diabetes treatment, recipes low in animal protein and saturated fat that give you the nutrition you need to stay healthy and energetic
During the last decade, major changes in the approach to dietary treatment of diabetes have occurred. Today it is widely recognized that people with diabetes can enjoy a high-carbohydrate meal plan low in animal proteins and saturated fat and get the nutrition they need to stay healthy and energetic. Now The Joslin Diabetes Healthy Carbohydrate Cookbook offers tasty and easy-to-prepare recipes that provide necessary protein in the form of beans, lentils, and tofu and take full advantage of the bounty of vegetables, fruits, herbs, and spices available year-round. Dishes such as Vietnamese Imperial Rolls with Peanut Dipping Sauce, Belgian Endive and Watercress Salad with Blue Cheese Toasts, Pumpkin Ravioli with Mushroom Ragout, and Star Fruit Upside-Down Cake prove that living with diabetes does not mean eating bland, tasteless foods.
The Joslin Diabetes Healthy Carbohydrate Cookbook features:
175 delicious and healthful recipes for appetizers; soups and stews; salads; sandwiches and pizzas; pasta, grains, and tofu; and desserts A complete guide to stocking your healthy pantry Informative sidebars on a variety of topics, including tips for perfect risotto, how to buy and prepare tofu, a primer on lettuce and greens, and cooking with artificial sweeteners Nutritional analysis and Joslin Choice information for every recipe A three-week menu plan that takes the guesswork out of preparing meals

Whether you are living with diabetes or are simply in search of flavorsome, nourishing food for yourself and your family, the creative and fresh-tasting recipes and helpful information in this book will make The Joslin Diabetes Healthy Carbohydrate Cookbook an invaluable companion in your kitchen.


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Publisher's Weekly Review

Psychologist Bonnie Sanders Polin and food consultant Frances Towner Giedt worked with the staff of Boston's Joslin Diabetes Center to produce The Joslin Diabetes Healthy Carbohydrate Cookbook. They show that it is possible to follow a low-fat and high-carbohydrate diet and maintain proper nutrition for a healthy active life. Their 175 recipes among them, Japanese Seaweed Salad, Bean and Pasta Soup, Curried Couscous with Walnuts, and Chocolate Mousse are all part of the three-week plan of menus. ( Apr.) (c) Copyright PWxyz, LLC. All rights reserved


Excerpts

Excerpts

Foreword Food! Have you noticed how preoccupied we are with food? It is the center of most of our celebrations and the subject of countless advertisements that bombard us each day. Nutritional value, appearance, taste, fat content, carbohydrate content, and calories are just a few of the criteria we all use to evaluate food. For people who have diabetes, this list is longer and more complicated, perhaps even burdensome. Necessary regimentation, routine, scheduling, and the like can transform the joy and spontaneity of eating into "treatment" for diabetes. That's where The Joslin Healthy Carbohydrate Cookbook can help. The recipes and tips in this book can help those with diabetes prepare foods that will not only enhance the joy of eating but also help in achieving good control of blood glucose levels. The Joslin Healthy Carbohydrate Cookbook also stresses the "heart healthy" nature of meal planning to help anyone with diabetes live a longer and healthier life. During the last decade, major changes in the approach to dietary "treatment" of diabetes have occurred. The "routine" American Diabetes Association diet prescription as a standard has disappeared. Today meal planning should match individual treatment goals and the lifestyle of an individual patient. Using the simple guideline of "eating healthy," people who have diabetes currently have many more options and opportunities to succeed! The Joslin Healthy Carbohydrate Cookbook has something for everyone, toddler to octogenarian. Frances Giedt and Bonnie Polin, along with the Joslin Clinic dietitians Judy Giusti and Joan Hill, have compiled a wide variety of recipes. Patients who want to reduce their total calories to lose weight will find many helpful hints in the pages of this book. In addition, patients on intensive diabetes treatment programs who need a better understanding of the exact carbohydrate content of foods in order to control their blood sugar levels within a range will find information at the end of each recipe. The treatment of diabetes can seem both complicated and regimented to patients who lack experience or motivation in developing strategies to achieve their desired goals. A meal plan and exercise program are integral steps in this process. Use The Joslin Healthy Carbohydrate Cookbook as a source of ideas and support on this road to achieving treatment goals. It provides information, variety, and over 175 interesting and healthy recipes that will add to everyone's health and joy of eating! Alan C. Moses, M.D., Chief Medical Officer Joslin Diabetes Center and Joslin Clinic Copyright © 2001 by Bonnie Polin, Ph.D. Excerpted from The Joslin Diabetes Healthy Carbohydrate Cookbook by Bonnie S. Polin, Frances Towner Giedt, Joslin Diabetes Center Staff All rights reserved by the original copyright owners. Excerpts are provided for display purposes only and may not be reproduced, reprinted or distributed without the written permission of the publisher.

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