Diabetes Books We Sell
These are books we sell or highly recommend.
Everything You Need For Success With An Insulin Pump
Pumping Insulin is a complete guide for achieving excellent control on a smart insulin pump. Pump users and health professionals will benefit from comprehensive, easy-to-use information, focused on the latest features in today's insulin pumps and CGMs. Get the most out of your pump!
A list of downloadable PDFs for Pumping Insulin.
Charts help you visualize a complete picture of the interactions between insulin doses, food intake, carb counts, and activity. My Other CheckBook makes recording easy to do. A 5 booklet package, including the Pocket Pancreas information booklet and 4 monthly booklets of Smart Chartsfor a full year of coverage is also available. Now track your blood sugars and everything that affects them with ease and clarity.
The totally revised and updated 5th edition of Pumping Insulin by John Walsh & Ruth Roberts is now available in paperback or as an eBook. Get the complete guide for achieving excellent control on an insulin pump on your favorite device today!
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The 15 Minute Diabetic Meals cookbook by Nancy Hughes has over 200 recipes that allow you to make healthy and tasty meals almost as fast as you can eat them! By taking advantage of widely available convenience items such as pre-cooked meat and poultry and grains and fresh or frozen pre cut produce, you can make nutritious meals straight out of your freezer.
Whether you are watching your weight or just want to eat healthier, "The CalorieKing Calorie, Fat and Carbohydrate Counter" is a must have! Learn how to make better food with this invaluable resource.
"The CalorieKing Calorie, Fat and Carbohydrate Counter" is a National Top 100 Best Seller and the most recommended book of its type by health professionals. It’s easy to see why!
New from the ADA- Fast and Flavorful, Great Diabetes Meals from Market to Table by Linda Gassenheimer, producer and host of Food, News and Views on NPR and the Miami Herald column "Dinner in Minutes". The book features quickly prepared recipes for two, with shopping lists and preparation times for the recipes, as well as a list of calories, fats, cholesterol, sodium, carbohydrate, dietary fiber, sugars, protein and exchange list.
Do you get depressed about having to deal with diabetes day in and day out? Do you worry about complications, get angry about the never-ending chore of self-care, and get frustrated by poor results when it feels like you've worked so hard?
If so, you may be suffering from "diabetes burnout" – and you're not alone.