Lickety Split Diabetic Meals

Author: Zonya Foco
Editor: American Diabetes Association
ISBN: 9781580402880
File Size: 43,75 MB
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America's Nutrition Leader wants to help people win the war on diabetes Zonya has reworked the recipes and tips from her Lickety-Split Meals cookbook to create Lickety-Split Diabetic Meals (published by American Diabetes Association) to help those with diabetes in their quest for a healthier, happier life. All the recipes meet ADA's guidelines for nutrition and taste, and include the ADA's Choose Your Foods Exchange/Choices list. Inspiring readers with the “Power of One Good Habit,” Zonya Foco teaches a commonsense approach to healthy eating that serves up smart nutrition and leaves time for family, fitness, and fun. With over 179 recipes, Lickety-Split Diabetic Meals shows you how to cook 15-30 minute meals, 5 minute meals, and-yes!-even meals in less than one minute. Each recipe page faces a healthy tip to help readers save time, exercise better, eat right, or better manage their diabetes. This is a unique book for people with diabetes-part cookbook, part meal planner, and part self-management guide.

The Ultimate Diabetes Meal Planner

Author: Jaynie Higgins
Editor: American Diabetes Association
ISBN: 1580402992
File Size: 80,90 MB
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Takes the guesswork out of what to eat for breakfast, lunch, and dinner Knowing what to eat with diabetes can be frustrating, but it’s the most important way to manage the disease. It’s also the area where people give up the fastest, but with Ultimate Diabetes Meal Planner you will never have to ask “What’s for dinner?” again. Ultimate Diabetes Meal Planner includes weekly plans for breakfast, lunch, dinner, and snacks, along with detailed recipes that make using the 16-week meal plan easy. The overall calorie count—based on 1500, 1800, 2000, 2200, or 2500 daily calories—lets you choose the right diet, whether you’re looking for weight loss or just healthy living.

American Diabetes Association Guide To Raising A Child With Diabetes

Author: Jean Roemer
Editor: American Diabetes Association
ISBN: 1580404359
File Size: 30,58 MB
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The third edition of American Diabetes Association Guide to Raising a Child with Diabetes features the latest advances in diabetes care and parenting advice from the diabetes experts. Full of problem-solving examples and easy-to-use tables, the book shows parents how to adjust insulin to allow for the foods children like to eat, care for a child with type 2 diabetes, handle sick days, and plan meals that are nutritious and balanced. The book also addresses how to play sports and games safely, help children maintain a busy schedule and still feel healthy and strong, negotiate the twists and turns of being "different," and accept the physical and emotional challenges that life has to offer.

Lickety Split Meals

Author: Zonya Foco
Editor: Z H I Pub
ISBN: 9781890926021
File Size: 15,60 MB
Format: PDF
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Lickety-Split Meals is your countertop coach full of commonsense lessons in nutrition and recipes that taste so good no one will suspect they're good for you! From "America's Nutrition Leader," Zonya Foco, RD, this cookbook brings family favorites and stand-by stars made the healthy way. As the official companion cookbook to Zonya's co-authored weight-loss novel, Water with Lemon, these easy-to-follow recipes provide a nutritious balance of fat, carbs, fiber, sodium calories and recommended portion sizes to help you save time, eat smart, gain health and lose weight.

Diabetes Weight Loss Week By Week

Author: Jill Weisenberger
Editor: American Diabetes Association
ISBN: 1580404545
File Size: 44,61 MB
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More than 23 million adult Americans have diabetes. More than two-thirds of American adults with type 2 diabetes are significantly overweight or obese. The majority of overweight people have tried unsuccessfully to lose weight one or more times, only to regain it within months. They know that losing weight can improve their health; they just need to know how to make it happen and how to keep those pounds off. Diabetes Weight Loss—Week by Week guides people with diabetes through the steps toward lasting weight loss, better health, and possibly improved blood glucose control. With a week-by-week approach and emphasis on incremental changes, readers gain the knowledge, skills, and confidence required for permanent weight loss and lifestyle change. Readers also learn from the triumphs of others by reading their brief stories, and the included recipes show how to bring healthy meals into the house.

Nancy Clark S Sports Nutrition Guidebook 5e

Author: Nancy Clark
Editor: Human Kinetics
ISBN: 1450459935
File Size: 33,28 MB
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Boost your energy, build muscle, lose fat, and improve your performance with the best-selling sports nutrition guide! The fifth edition includes the latest research on hydration, vitamins, supplements, energy drinks, organic foods, and balancing carbohydrate and protein intake for exercise and competition.

Dining With Madmen

Author: Thomas Fahy
Editor: Univ. Press of Mississippi
ISBN: 1496821556
File Size: 25,86 MB
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In Dining with Madmen: Fat, Food, and the Environment in 1980s Horror, author Thomas Fahy explores America’s preoccupation with body weight, processed foods, and pollution through the lens of horror. Conspicuous consumption may have communicated success in the eighties, but only if it did not become visible on the body. American society had come to view fatness as a horrifying transformation—it exposed the potential harm of junk food, gave life to the promises of workout and diet culture, and represented the country’s worst consumer impulses, inviting questions about the personal and environmental consequences of excess. While changing into a vampire or a zombie often represented widespread fears about addiction and overeating, it also played into concerns about pollution. Ozone depletion, acid rain, and toxic waste already demonstrated the irrevocable harm being done to the planet. The horror genre—from A Nightmare on Elm Street to American Psycho—responded by presenting this damage as an urgent problem, and, through the sudden violence of killers, vampires, and zombies, it depicted the consequences of inaction as terrifying. Whether through Hannibal Lecter’s cannibalism, a vampire’s thirst for blood in The Queen of the Damned and The Lost Boys, or an overwhelming number of zombies in George Romero’s Day of the Dead, 1980s horror uses out-of-control hunger to capture deep-seated concerns about the physical and material consequences of unchecked consumption. Its presentation of American appetites resonated powerfully for audiences preoccupied with body size, food choices, and pollution. And its use of bodily change, alongside the bloodlust of killers and the desolate landscapes of apocalyptic fiction, demanded a recognition of the potentially horrifying impact of consumerism on nature, society, and the self.

Absolute Beginner S Guide To A Lite And Healthy Lifestyle

Author: Nicole Haywood
Editor: Que Pub
ISBN: 9780789733153
File Size: 10,57 MB
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Get off the scale and get to the bookstore! Absolute Beginner's Guide to a Lite and Healthy Lifestyle is your how-to-guide for a way-of-life makeover. Written by registered dietician Nicole Haywood and endorsed by the National Institute for Fitness and Sport, ABG to a Lite and Healthy Lifestyle ignores fad diets and focuses on helping you make the lifestyle changes necessary for successful weight management. The author won't suggest radical changes, either. Instead, she concentrates on showing you how to make daily modifications to your diet and activities to build the foundation for a greater lifestyle change. Get back to the basics and improve your overall health and fitness and achieve long-lasting results!

Dr Mercola S Total Health Program

Author: Joseph Mercola
Editor: Mercola.com
ISBN: 9780970557469
File Size: 33,37 MB
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Featuring world-renowned natural health physician Dr. Joseph Mercola's dietary program in part one and over 150 healthy and delicious new recipes in part two.Designed to help prevent disease, premature aging, optimize weight, increase energy, and love what you eat while doing so, Mercola's easy to follow program will help you avoid and eliminate the underlying causes of health and weight issues. Built entirely around a natural approach, including eating only the cleanest and healthiest forms of proteins, fats and carbs.Everything you need to know to:. Build your body's immune system to its peak levels to prevent diseases and common illnesses. Reach your optimal weight - while actually enjoying and being satisfied by eating - and remain at your optimal weight for life. Maximize your body's ability to restore the more youthful appearance you are meant to have while avoiding any premature aging. Boost your energy and mental clarity Help eliminate the underlying causes for those currently challenged by diseases and conditions such as diabetes, heart problems, chronic fatigue, allergies

The Overworked Person S Guide To Better Nutrition

Author: Jill Weisenberger
Editor: American Diabetes Association
ISBN: 158040541X
File Size: 50,40 MB
Format: PDF, Kindle
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The Overworked Person's Guide to Better Nutrition offers bite-sized tips for busy people who want to make time for good nutrition, but feel trapped by their hectic schedules. Responding to the number-one obstacle she hears from clients who have trouble staying healthy — “I don't have time!” —dietitian, Certified Diabetes Educator, and healthy lifestyle coach, Jill Weisenberger built this busy-person’s guide to nutrition and health to show that everyone feels busy, but healthy habits can fit into any schedule. To keep things quick and accessible, the book is built around 50 fun and informative tips, covering everything from resistant starches to the glycemic index. Designed to be picked up and read from anywhere in the book, every page is packed with interesting tips that will improve nutrition and relieve stress and guilt. Whether you want to lose those extra pounds, tell stress to “take a hike,” or simply feel refreshed every day, this book, filled with weight loss strategies and tips for a healthier day (and night), can help anyone, on any schedule, eat and feel better.

Student S Vegetarian Cookbook For Dummies

Author: Connie Sarros
Editor: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 0470942916
File Size: 64,71 MB
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Provides information how to get the right nutrients as a vegetarian, how to deal with eating out, and how to shop effectively, and offers one hundred seventy recipes for quick breakfasts, lunches, suppers, snacks, and desserts.

Forthcoming Books

Author: Rose Arny
Editor:
ISBN:
File Size: 34,57 MB
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Getting Into Your Pants Playbook

Author: Leslie Van Romer
Editor:
ISBN: 9781599320731
File Size: 29,35 MB
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You've gotta want it ... really want it. And if you do, this book will show you the way. Lose that weight and step into your body-dream-come-true not for the short sprint of a few months but for the rest of your life. This time, make it easy on yourself. Fill up on the best-for-you foods first and give yourself that wiggle room. Feel full and completely satisfied without counting, measuring, depriving, starving, sneaking, guilting, or feeling like a hopeless failure ever again! It's your time to feel great about you! And look sizzling-hot in those pants.