Diabetes: Diabetes Cookbooks and References
Recommended Diabetes Cookbooks and References:
The ADA Guide to Herbs and Nutritional Supplements
by Laura Shane-McWhorter (Paperback - Sept. 9, 2009
50 Things You Need to Know about Your Diabetes - Right Now!: Expert Tips for Taking Control
by Kthleen Stanley (Paperback - Sept. 24, 2009)
The Mediterranean Diabetes Cookbook (ADA) by Amy Riolo (Paperback - Feb. 18, 2010)
The All-Natural Diabetes Cookbook by Jackie Newgent 2007
Heart Smart Diabetes Kitchen by American Diabetes Association, 2009
The Diabetes Seafood Cookbook: Fresh, Healthy, Low-Fat Cooking by Barbara Selig-Brown (Paperback - July 21, 2009)
Diabetes Cookbook for Dummies 3rd Edition by Alan L. Rubin M.D. 2010
Diabetes A to Z,5th Edition, American Diabetes Association, January 2003.
Diabetes Meal Planning Made Easy, 4th Edition, Hope Warshaw, MMSc, RD, CDE, 2010 American Diabetes Association.
Diabetes Meals for Good Health: Includes meal plans and 100 recipes, Karen Graham, 2008
Diabetic Meals in 30 minutes or Less, 2nd Edition, Robyn Webb, MS, American Diabetes Association, 2006.
Fast and Healthy Cookbook:Delicious family meals in 30 minutes or less, Pillsbury, 2009
Healthy Calendar Diabetic Cooking, L.Roncinelli, RD, LDN, CDE, Chef Jennifer Bucko, American Diabetes Association, 2004.
Magic Menus for People with Diabetes, 2nd Edition, newly updated, American Diabetes Association, 2003.
Mastering Your Diabetes Before it Masters You, Janette Kirkham, RN, CDE, EMT, American Diabetes Association, 2003.
Mr. Food’s Diabetic Dinners in a Dash, Art Ginsburg, 2006, American Diabetes Association.
Quick and Healthy: Volume II: More help for people who say they don’t have time to cook healthy meals. Brenda Ponichtera, 2nd ed. , 2009
Quick and Hearty Diabetic Cookbook, 2nd Edition, American Diabetes Association, 2007
3rd Editions of Month of Meals, many types of meals, American Diabetes Association, 2002
The New Family Cookbook for people with Diabetes, American Diabetes and American Dietetic Associations, 2007
The American Diabetes Association Guide to Healthy Restaurant Eating, 2nd Edition, Hope Warshaw, MMSc, RD, CDE, 2005.
Recommended web sites for diabetes nutrition, exercise and information:
www.diabetescooking.com – Diabetic Cooking magazine web site for all the recipes
www.DiabetesSelfManagement.com -Magazines with diabetes focus on the web:
www.mealsmatter.org - nutrition articles, recipes, personalized cookbooks and shopping lists
www.fitwatch.com – offers calorie counter, diet plans and logs and diaries (free) and recipe analysis calories and nutrients
www.nutritiondata.com – look up nutritional content of foods
www.ars.usda.gov/ba/bhnrc/ndl- look up nutritional content of foods
These are just a few of the books and sites you can use. Check out The American Diabetes Organization at their web site, www.diabetes.org.
Your local bookstores and libraries may have a number of these books. They also offer internet access.
If you need more information, please contact UW Health at one of the following locations:
2880 University Avenue
Madison, WI 53705(608) 263-5012
UW Health West Clinic
451 Junction Road
Madison, WI 53717(608) 265-7526
UW Health East Clinic
5249 East Terrace Drive
Madison, WI 53718(608) 265-0963
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Last Updated: 07/24/2012
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