Many people seem to think that diabetic cookbooks are bad because a lot of them are higher in carbohydrates than their meal plan allows or because they think it is just a scam to sell more diabetic cookbooks. So, they tend to go to low-carb cookbooks or not follow a meal plan at all. What I tend to believe is that many people do not know how to use diabetic cookbooks to their advantage.
Some people want the easy way out. They want to look it up and find a solution immediately and they aren’t willing to go the extra mile and work these diabetic recipes out so that they can introduce them into their diabetic meal plan. However, that’s not really my point! The point of diabetic cookbooks is to give you ideas for your diabetic meal plans and diabetic recipes for those plans. So in my opinion they are very good for you!
What is important to know is how to adjust cookbook recipes of any type so you know how to cut out fat, salt, and high carbohydrate foods. You can always adjust these common recipes to add them to your diabetic meal plan. If you do not know how to do this, then you are no nearer to lowering your blood sugar than the diabetic who is just counting calories.
It makes me angry when someone says that diabetic cookbooks have no value or that they serve no purpose in lowering your blood sugar. Diabetic cookbooks serve their purpose by giving us ideas to adjust our own recipes and our own diabetic meal plans. They give us ideas on how to adjust and add recipes to a diabetic meal plan and they give us ideas on what we should not eat or what we should eat at a minimum.
Maybe people are afraid to adjust these diabetic recipes, or possibly, they don’t know how to go about adjusting recipes to fit their diabetic meal plan.
You may say to yourself “Where do I find resources to help me adjust these recipes for my diabetic meal plan?” Well that’s what I am here to help you do. I can tell you. NO. BETTER YET, I can show you how to adjust common cookbook recipes into diabetic recipes of your own that are low in carbohydrates, calories, salt, and definitely sugar. Plus, I can help you decide what supplements would work well to lower your blood sugars.
If you want to learn how then just give me a call, send me an email, so that we can discuss your diabetic meal plan. You will get a free fifteen minute consultation. We will work together to adjust your common recipes to include into your diabetic meal plan. So Don’t Wait, CONTACT ME TODAY!