by Chef Jennifer Bucko, MCFE, & Lara Rondinelli, RD, LDN, CDE
With diabetes, not only do you have to count the carbs you're eating; it’s also important that you are choosing healthy sources of carbohydrate. This unique cookbook with over 150 recipes shows you how to fit more fruits, vegetables, and other healthy carbohydrate sources into your meal plan without added fuss.
Having diabetes doesn’t mean you have to follow a low-carb diet or avoid carbohydrate foods.
Looking for a quick meal that’s also balanced and healthy? A simple grain salad can serve as a quick, one-pot meal
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