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Paired with browned onions and tart cranberries, these Brussels sprouts are a sweet, nutty, and crunchy delight. Learn best practices for cooking healthy meals from professional chefs through our Dining With Diabetes events.

We welcome everyone in the community to learn new recipes and cooking tips to help them nourish a lifetime of wellness. Making changes to your diet and routine are easier when you have resources to support daily decision-making.

Our diabetes cookbook provides plenty of delicious recipes for meals, snacks, and refreshments to help you better manage your diabetes. Eat Well. Feel Whole. Featured Recipes. This turned out to be very useful, as, thanks to PCOS, I developed insulin resistance a few years ago, and in recent weeks have been showing some pre-diabetic symptoms.

With a basis in the Mediterranean diet and a dollop of fermented foods, the meal plans are tasty and satisfying, as well as doing you good.

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Sometimes you just need an easy, no-frills meal, and this book by the experts makes it simple to cook without going off-menu with regards to your dietary needs. No time? You can still cook a tasty, diabetes-friendly meal, thanks to cook and columnist Linda Gassenheimer.

While the vegetarian section is a little slim, seafood fans will love the huge range of quick recipes that they can try out. This book, written by a medical doctor, is specifically designed for people with a recent diagnosis who want to get control of their blood sugar levels and build up new, diabetes-friendly eating habits.

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Indian food is a huge favourite of mine, and cutting down on naan and biryani to keep my carb intake low has not been much fun. Endorsed by Diabetes UK, the recipes in this book are diabetes-friendly without skimping on flavour.

Written by a doctor and a food writer who also happens to be a Type 1 diabetic , this book concentrates on low-carb recipes as a way of controlling blood sugar and maybe, in the case of Type 2 and pre-diabetics, reversing symptoms altogether. There is a wide range of recipes, from the simple to the indulgent, so you can find something for every occasion.