Magic Foods is a cookbook that is excellent for people who are diabetic. The information and recipes include the GL (Glycemic Load) on foods. This diabetic cookbook is not for the real scientific minded person, it is for the person that is looking for help in controlling blood sugar levels and helping to understand diabetes in simple language.
This cookbook is written and designed primarily for people who are “beginners” at diabetes. Many diabetic meals are recreated from standard American meals, so this is an excellent book if you want to eat healthier while still eating familiar food. It is appropriate for everyone, but if you’re trying to control diabetes, it will be especially useful and it is specially constructed for those making a real lifestyle change to a diabetic meal plan.
This diabetic cookbook is separated into three distinctive sections. The first provides a basic introduction to nutrition and healthy eating, with lots of practical tips and advice. The second describes some of the most regularly available super foods–foods that have exceptional health value and are easy to integrate into your diet and the third section offers easy recipes that introduce these foods as starring ingredients, as well as some diabetic meal plan ideas to get you on track.
This book was an eye opener that everyone should read and was helpful about controlling ones sugar. The information was easy to understand, easy to implement, and completely within reach of sustaining. Diabetes is a very significant subject, and people don’t need technical data, they need help. This diabetic cookbook is a good stepping off point on the right course. It is an excellent resource for helping to understand the diabetic problem and I would suggest that all diabetics purchase a copy.