Diabetes Diet: The Complete Diabetes Diet Plan and Read on your PC, Mac, smart phone, tablet
This book contains proven steps and strategies on how to deal with and/or prevent the onset of diabetes so that you can live a healthier, happier and fuller life by unlearning everything you have ever known about food. This book will open your eyes to the ugly truths about food that you were made to believe that spawned the diabetic spree of this century. Food has always been a mystery for humans and our concept of good food has been distorted by myths and hoaxes.
The good news is, this book is not just for people with diabetes, but also for people who want to lose weight, maintain their weight, or those who just want to get in shape and be healthier! It is a misconception that a diabetes diet forces one on a boring diet of veggies, deprived of the pleasures most foods offer. What you need to understand is that a diabetes diet does not have to be a life sentence of food denial. A Diabetes diet is actually THE DIET FOR EVERYONE.
Here Is A Preview Of What You’ll Learn
Know Thy Enemy (and Thy Friends)
Breakfast – Start Things Right
Main Dishes – For Lunch and Dinner
Much, much more!
Know yourself; know your enemy and you will win all your battles. This is a basic tenet of military strategy but is not an entirely alien concept when it comes to health and well-being. A healthy diet is not just about picking the right food for a specific period of time – it is a lifestyle change. You should know why certain foods are good (or bad) for you by understanding how your body processes them. This knowledge will guide you to the right food choices, and hopefully you will have the will to live a healthier lifestyle.
If you want to lose weight and improve your health (regardless if you have diabetes or you just want to prevent the onset of diabetes) it is important to know how your body reacts to the different foods that you eat. After all, both diabetes and obesity are lifestyle conditions – meaning, chances are, you got it or you will eventually get it because of poor food choices and insufficient physical activity. Studies have shown that diabetes (the type 2 variety) is a preventable disease. And if you already have diabetes, it does not mean that you are doomed to suffer its dreaded complications because diabetes is manageable. Why allow diabetes (or the threat of diabetes) to stop you from experiencing and enjoying life?