Check out our full line up of "For Dummies" books below:
Diabetes Books We Sell
These are books we sell or highly recommend.
If you are into reading about weight control as most people with prediabetes or diabetes are, you are likely to have heard about Wheat Belly, a book that portrays wheat as the culprit in our obesity epidemic. The author William Davis MD, a cardiologist, connects two occurrences: the increase in obesity since the 1970’s and the government guidelines to lower fat in the diet which he says led to an increase in carbohydrates, specifically wheat in the diet
Eating healthy is a big part of not only your overall health, but managing your diabetes properly. Take a look at 2 great cookbooks for helping you eat healthy all year long: Healthy Calendar Diabetic Cooking and the New Glucose Revolution Low GI Vegetarian Cookbook. With hundreds of recipes in both books, you'll have great nutritious recipes for every day of the year.
The newest version of the Low GI Shopper's Guide to GI Values is now available at the Diabetes Mall. Newly Revised and Updated for 2011 - Unlock the remarkable health benefits of a low-GI diet with this newly revised edition of the Shopper's Guide.Inside this quick-reference resource, you'll find everything you need to know in order to follow the glycemic index to manage conditions such as diabetes, heart disease, or PCOS; to lose weight; or to improve your overall well-being.
Part memoir, part sports adventure, Not Dead Yet tells the inspirational story of Phil Southerland’s battle with Type 1 diabetes and how from diagnosis to sheer determination, Phil Southerland beat all odds and turned his diagnosis and his passion for cycling into a platform. From leading a Race Across America to now managing a world-class cycling program, his journey on and off the bike is changing the way the world views diabetes.
Workbooks for Teens With Type 1 Diabetes and Their Parents
Help With the Hard Stuff is a workbook designed for teens diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes and their parents. Living with Type 1 diabetes is difficult enough for adults, but for teenagers it adds to the already increased stress of social pressures, self-awareness, and responsibility.
Now available at the Diabetes Mall, this book is the ultimate home reference from the diabetes experts. When it comes to managing diabetes, knowledge is your most powerful tool. For over seven decades, the American Diabetes Association has been leading the way in finding a cure and improving the lives of people wiht diabetes. With the ADA Complete Guide to Diabetes, you have the go-to-source for the most reliable information on diabetes self-care from the diabetes authority.
Now available at the Diabetes Mall, the Diabetes Comfort Food Cookbook by Robyn Web and the American Diabetes Association has a number of great recipes for all occasions and party sizes. All recipes have nutritional information and exchange choices so you can fit them to your situations. Healthy and delicious in that off-handed way that means relax, destress, enjoy. Hearty filling foods with a tasty zip.
The glycemic index tables are the key to unlocking the health benefits of a low GI diet. This newly revised and updated edition of the Shopper's Guide has everything you need to know in order to use the glycemic index to manage chronic conditions such as diabetes and heart disease; to lose weight; or to improve your overall well-being. With the following features, the Shopper's Guide makes it easier than ever to incorporate low glycemic index foods into all of your meals: