Item description for Quick & Easy Diabetic Menus by Betty Wedman-St Louis...
Overview Provides over 150 recipes for breakfasts, lunches, dinners, and snacks based on the special dietary requirements of diabetics
""Anyone watching his or her weight can profit by using these 150 recipes and 30 menus.... Foodstuffs blend old and new tastes, ... each recipe includes nutritional and exchange information." --Booklist"
Citations And Professional Reviews Quick & Easy Diabetic Menus by Betty Wedman-St Louis has been reviewed by professional book reviewers and journalists at the following establishments -
Booklist - 07/01/1993 page 1934
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.95" Width: 5.97" Height: 0.78" Weight: 0.9 lbs.
Release Date May 1, 1993
ISBN 0809238535 ISBN13 9780809238538
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More About Betty Wedman-St Louis
Betty Wedman-St. Louis, Ph.D., R.D., C.N.S., is a former president of the American Association of Diabetes Educators. She is the executive director of the American College of Nutrition and the author of several cookbooks for people with diabetes. She lives in St. Petersburg, Florida.
Betty Wedman-St Louis currently resides in St Petersburg, in the state of Florida.
Reviews - What do customers think about Quick & Easy Diabetic Menus?
Packed with great recipees Jun 14, 2008
I haven't had a flop yet...and I'm a guy who had not cooked much. Easy to follow recipees with easy to find ingredients..
Excellent variety. Mar 11, 2001
I rated this one five stars based on what I look for in diabetic/low-carb cookbooks (1) has to have complete nutritional information (I don't like just "exchanges" or just a carbohydrate range or just sugarfree...); (2) recipes I will make (a favorite is the Guiltless Brownies with cocoa and bananas) that my family won't bypass or that require too many shopping trips to specialty stores; and (3) variety (I don't need another book telling me a crustless pie with sugarfree pudding or tying to just substitute a sweetener for sugar) -- this one has a variety of menus, lots of different dishes, real food ingredients and a wide range of carbohydrate counts instead of assuming all diabetics are using certain ranges or exchanges or avoiding the same foods. Realistic menus.
How sweet it isn't. Apr 27, 2000
This book was full of helpful recipes for my aunt who was recently diagnosed with diabetes. She has always been a huge fan of pasta and chicken so this book helped her out showing her how she can have the food she wants. Having diabetes strips your freedom to eat what you want and cook books like this give diabetics a choice of recipes rather than a bag of rabbit food.