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Author: Hope S. Warshaw
ISBN: 0945448619
Language: English
Pages: 192 pages
Category: Special Diet
Publisher: American Diabetes Association (April 1, 1996)
Rating: 4.2
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Hope Warshaw makes healthy eating easier in Diabetes Meal Planning Made Eas. ou’ll find everything you need to know to understand the role of nutrition and all the tips and tricks for shopping, planning, cooking, and even eating out. Packed with handy charts and tips, it’s a. .

Hope Warshaw makes healthy eating easier in Diabetes Meal Planning Made Eas. Packed with handy charts and tips, it’s an indispensable resource for preventing and managing the disease. I have used Diabetes Meal Planning Made Easy on a daily basis.

Updates include:Revised food groups to reflect changes in nutrition .

Read Diabetes Meal Planning Made Easy, by Hope S. Warshaw online on Bookmate – Diabetes Meal Planning Made Easy takes the guesswork out of planning meals by teaching you how to eat healthy, one ste. Updates include:Revised food groups to reflect changes in nutrition science. Updated food lists for comprehensive meal planning. Completely reorganized content for easier learning and navigation.

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Planning a meal around diabetes doesn’t have to be difficult Meal planning is one of the hardest parts of managing diabetes. Updated to include the latest nutrition recommendations for the American Diabetes Association and the federal government's Dietary Guidelines for Americans.

Hope Warshaw, MMSc, RD, CDE, is a nationally recognized expert in diabetes management, specializing in the nutrition management of prediabetes and type 2 diabetes. I think it will be easier to work with. 4 people found this helpful. During her nearly 40 years of work in this field, she’s authored several books for the American Diabetes Association, including Eat Out, Eat Well: The Guide to Eating Healthy in Any Restaurant. During 2016 Warshaw is serving as President of the American Association of Diabetes Educators.

Updated food lists for comprehensive meal planning. Format Paperback 176 pages. About Hope S. Warshaw. Hope Warshaw, MMSc, RD, CDE, is a nationally recognized expert in diabetes management, specializing in the nutrition management of prediabetes and type 2 diabetes

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Planning a meal around diabetes doesn’t have to be difficult Meal planning is one of the hardest parts of managing diabetes. Updated to include the latest nutrition recommendations for the American Diabetes Association and the federal government’s Dietary Guidelines for Americans, Diabetes Meal Planning Made Easy is a resource no person with diabetes should be without. English 375 pages EPUB . 0 MB.

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The new Food Guide Pyramid helps make nutritious meal planning easier than ever for the person with diabetes. But it can be complicated. Diabetes Meal Planning Made Easy simplifies the concept by translating diabetes food guidelines into today's food choices.

Simple, easy-to-follow chapters will help readers: understand the new food pyramid learn all about the six food groups and how to incorporate them into a healthy diet make smart choices when it comes to sweets, fats, and dairy products show smart in the grocery store make all their meals easier by planning ahead and more

Readers can't climb the pyramid without the right tools. Diabetes Meal Planning Made Easy puts all the tools anyone needs to plan a healthier diet into their hands.

Comments (5)
Bragis
I purchased this book to help me with my mom who was diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes. We understood the basics but obviously the food was our biggest issue. This book has helped us out soo much. I highly recommend it to anyone who has questions or needs assistance in how to approach your eating
Anaginn
There's an old vaudeville joke: "Patient: Doctor, doctor! It hurts whenever I do THIS. Doctor: Well, don't DO THAT!"
When we eat carbs, our blood sugar goes up. The solution, according to the ADA, is to eat lots of carbs, then take drugs to bring our BS down. No wonder; the ADA is financed mainly by drug companies. Pecuniam sequi!
The simple, logical approach is NOT to eat things that raise our carbohydrates, as Dr. Bernstein has demonstrated. However, such simple logic doesn't boost drug companies' profits, nor can one claim it on one's insurance.
Qucid
Oh what is a person to do. One the one, hand we are offered diets high in protein that cause weight loss but taken to an extreme (devoid of carbohydrates) can injure the body. On the other hand, we have DIABETES MEAL PLANNING MADE EASY by Hope S. Warshaw that suggests we overdose on carbohydrates. In the end, each of us must decide individually which plan works best.
I am using the INSULIN RESISTANCE DIET by Hart and Grossman to help me get my life in order, i.e. get my insulin regulated. The "weak" spells and almost fainting from hunger syndrome I used to have when I ate less protein (as advocated by Warshaw) are gone. On the other hand, I am not on the high protein diet advocated by some. I am losing weight and regaining the spring I used to have in my step (it's easier when you weigh less). When I lay on my side, I have to use a pillow to support my arm since the cutaneous layer around my middle no longer is large enough to serve this purpose.
Whereas Ms. Warshaw considers carbohydrates the most important food group (placing them at the bottom of her food pyramid with 6+ servings a day), Hart and Grossman place water at their base with 8+ servings a day. Next come vegetables on both pyramids, but Warshaw links vegetables (3-5 servings) and fruits (2-4 servings), whereas Hart and Grossman show only vegetables (unlimited servings but at least 3 per day). At the next level, Warshaw shows milk (2-3 servings) and meat, cheese, fish combined (2-3 servings), compared with Hart and Grossman's "high protein foods (eight servings a day including 2-5 servings of dairy products). At level 4, in case you've been counting, Warshaw shows fats, sweets, and alcohol with NO servings. Level 4 for Hart and Grossman is high carbohydrate foods with the restriction "Eat no more than two servings at any one time. Be sure to eat at least two servings of fruit daily." Fats and oils are the 5th level for Hart and Grossman with the words "keep to a minimum" and "include some good fats in liquid vegetable form." There is no fifth dimension for Ms. Warshaw's diet.
Hart and Grossman say their approach works for diabetics, as well as pre-diabetics and I have found this to be true for me. I am not about to go back on a high carbohydrate diet for anyone, not even the ADA. Maybe, just maybe, the high carbohydrate approach does not work for all women. A key aspect of Hart and Grossman is not only more protein, but a concept they call "linking" where one never eats a carbohydrate without a protein of greater value. Also, drinking lots of water and limiting carbohydrates to 30 grams per two-hour period is helpful.
Hart and Grossman cover research extant at the time they wrote their book (2001) and Warshaw's book reflects the thinking of the ADA extant at the time she published her book (2000). Hart and Grossman have been conducting clinical trials and base their results on their own experiences with clients as well as much scholarly work. The bottom line is if you have diabetes or think you're in the zone, you'll have to do some experimenting. What works for one person may not work for another. As for me, I'm going with Hart and Grossman, because it works.
SING
There is nothing special in this book for Diabetes. It just suggests moderation dietary intake following of famous soon to be changed food pyramid with emphasis on eating heavy starch. Where soon after my brother eats potato his blood sugar level goes through the sky. There are nice suggested meal plans but and data about foods. I was expecting more stringer diet I can take it but I am concerned like "eat fat loose fat diet ".
Kea
I have just begun to cope rith the changes I have to make since being diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes. This book clearly explained the reasons for a diabetic meal plan and helped me to figure out what the best things were for me to be eating. The explanations are simple and clear without talking down to the reader. I highly recommend this book!