What Do I Eat Now?: A Step-by-Step Guide to Eating Right with Type 2 Diabetes | Paperback
by Patti B. Geil R.D. (Author), Tami A. Ross R.D. (Author)
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American Diabetes Association
2nd ed.nd Edition
October 13, 2015
• What Do I Eat Now A Step By Step Guide to Eating Right with Type 2 Diabetes
Product Description Any person diagnosed with diabetes has one simple question: What do I eat now? When diagnosed with type 2 diabetes, doctors typically tell their patients to start eating healthy. But what does that mean? If figuring out what to eat seems like taking a test, here’s the solution, the American Diabetes Association book, What Do I Eat Now?. Written in clear, concise, and down-to-earth language that takes the mystery out of confusing nutrition recommendations, this indispensable guide can help readers make lasting changes in as little as a month. In only 4 weeks, readers can eat better, improve their diabetes management, and live a healthier lifestyle. With What Do I Eat Now?, readers will be able to:Start off fast quickly turn their diet aroundDo It Right learn what to eat and whenCut to the Chase follow easy, straightforward advice from diabetes expertsLeave Confusion Behind learn essential nutrition tips everydayFor those simply looking to be told what to eat, What Do I Eat Now? has everything needed to take the guesswork out of healthy meal planning. Start eating better today!
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