Diet Made Easy For Vegans: Proper Diabetes Management Using Vegan Recipes : Diabetes Diet Meal Plans, Recipes And Easy Lifestyle Guide
Everyone is aware that as a diabetic you have to adhere to a specific diet and in certain situations you have to take medication as well.
What however happens if you were on a specific diet before like a vegan diet? How can you maintain that diet without eating anything that will affect the condition that you have been diagnosed with?
“Diabetes Diet Made Easy For Vegans: Proper Diabetes Management Using Vegan Recipes” solves that problem for a lot of persons. Within this text a vegan or any individual for that matter that has been diagnosed with diabetes can learn how to stick to their diet without any problems.
The vegan diet is actually a better option as it is not only low in saturated fat and cholesterol but it is filled with enough protein and fiber to fulfill the daily requirements for nutrients. With this diet it is much easier to maintain the levels of glucose in the blood.
This book is a must have for every diabetic (not necessarily vegans alone) as it is an extremely beneficial option if one is to remain healthy and happy. The plant based diet is nothing to balk at and the way to make the transition if you are not vegan is also outlined.
About the Authors:
Dana Tebow is no stranger to the any form of diabetic diet as she was diagnosed with type II diabetes in her adult life. She went through many nutritionists in her quest to find the right diet for her, one that she knew that she would be able to stick to without any challenges. After a lengthy process she was introduced to the vegan diet.
She was a bit out off at first but soon discovered that it was really beneficial not only to control the level of glucose in the blood but she also discovered that some studies indicate that the vegan diet can lower the occurrence of cardiovascular disease in diabetics.
Dana is aware that some people may be as put off as she was initially but assures the readers that a seamless transition can be made from their former to the more healthy vegan diet if they do it in stages and not all at once.
The recipes are just as tasty as the regular ones were but without all of the saturated fats and cholesterol that is bad for the health. She even has a bonus chapter which outlines some of her favorite dishes that readers can try out for themselves.
Mary Lime is all too familiar with the process of careful selection of what she eats as she is gluten intolerant like other members in her household. As such the transition had to be made by all to a diet free from gluten to keep the possibility of cross contamination at zero.
She has done her research over the years and had put together a rough manual as a guide for herself and her family on things to do and what foods to purchase etc when her husband suggested that she put it in print for others that share the same fate.
After careful consideration she chose to do so as she was more than fully aware of the challenges an individual in her situation might face especially when it came down to shopping for foodstuff every week. Her books isn’t overwhelming by any means and provides a wealth of information that any celiac/gluten intolerant individual would find extremely useful.
The transition is not as hard as many may feel as the menu options are just as filling and may even be tastier in some instances than what they used to consume beforehand. In the long run Mary has presented a much healthier and safer way to eat. Mary also enjoy a vegan diet and share dietary information with her friend Dana; who happen to be diabetic.