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Busy People’s Diabetic Cookbook (Busy People’s Cookbooks)

Busy Peoples Diabetic Cookbook (Busy Peoples Cookbooks)

Busy People’s Diabetic Cookbook is the answer for everyone who wants to eat healthier without sacrificing what is most important to them – delicious flavor! These recipes are not just for those people with diabetes, but everyone in the family can enjoy these healthy and well-balanced recipes. Diabetes is becoming a national epidemic. The number of new cases diagnosed increased by 25% from 878,000 in 1997 to 1,104,000 in 2,000. Today 18.2 million people in the U.S. – 6.3% of the population – hav

Rating: Busy Peoples Diabetic Cookbook (Busy Peoples Cookbooks) (out of 7 reviews)

Busy Peoples Diabetic Cookbook (Busy Peoples Cookbooks)

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  • Gettin' Fit in TX said:

    Review by Gettin’ Fit in TX for Busy People’s Diabetic Cookbook (Busy People’s Cookbooks)
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    I have been usings Busy People’s Diabetic Cookbook for several months. This Cookbook has a lot of Breakfast ideas, and delicious drink smoothies that I find very helpful to keep me going on a good, healthy diet. It also has a lot of other delicious entree ideas that are easy to make. My kids love the Super Fruity Strawberry Milk Shakes, and when made, and poured into a tall glass, it looks like a special shake straight from the malt shop! It’s delicious. The Cream of Chicken & Brocolli Soup was delcious, as well as the Parmesan Potatoes. The best part of this cookbook is that the recipies are easy to make, and none of them take over 30 minutes to cook, including the preparation time. I am surprised that I can cook a good meal in a short amount of time, and it be delicious. The menu idea suggestions that Dawn adds for each recipie have been a great help to planning an entire meal. I enjoyed the Diabetic Busy People’s Cookbook so much that I bought 3 more of the other Busy People’s Cookbooks. This money was well spent. Each cookbook interacts with the others to help plan meals (if you need ideas and suggestions). These cookbooks are perfect for busy Mom’s! I use them all to help plan weekly meals. I have lost 10 pounds already by changing my diet, and using Dawn’s recipies. I am borderline diabetic, and if I can keep up with a weekly meal plan with some of these recipies — my health is going to improve tremendously. I’d love to see Dawn come up with a cookbook for eating for one or two – some way to help me with breakfast and lunch ideas for (one person) that I would cook while the kids are at school, and my husband is at work. It would be great to have all Dawn’s recipies on a CD to help make grocery shopping lists easier to handle, too.

    • j.slinger said:

      Review by j.slinger for Busy People’s Diabetic Cookbook (Busy People’s Cookbooks)
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      I bought this book to help my boyfriend manage his diabetes better. There are several recipes in here, but I was a little disappointed that there weren’t more meal/main course options. Its great if you’re primarily looking for desserts, appetizers, etc to serve, but I feel very limited with the options for a main course.

      • DOROTHY Goforth said:

        Review by DOROTHY Goforth for Busy People’s Diabetic Cookbook (Busy People’s Cookbooks)
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        This book was easy to understand, told of diabetes, as well as having excellent receipes and short ones as well. NO need to buy alot of ingredients. very well done i would recommend this book to anyone with diabetes

        • AthenaRose said:

          Review by AthenaRose for Busy People’s Diabetic Cookbook (Busy People’s Cookbooks)
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          I have made more recipes out of this cookbook than any other cookbook I have bought. All the recipes I have tried have been very good. I just made the Pina Colada muffins last night and they were delicious. If you are looking for a Diabetic cookbook with easy recipes and recipes that don’t ask for alot of ingred. Then you have got to get this cookbook!!

          I would recommend all of Dawn Hall’s cookbooks. I have also tried recipes from Down home cooking without the down home fat and they are also very good. There is also good information about diabetes which is good to know for the newly diagnosed. Another good reason to get Dawn Hall’s cookbooks is a portion of the proceeds from them go to help Christian Health Ministries. This organization has volunteer doctors and nurses who offer basic health care to people who can’t afford it. So you get great recipes and you help a cause how can you not get this cookbook!!

          • New Mexico Nance said:

            Review by New Mexico Nance for Busy People’s Diabetic Cookbook (Busy People’s Cookbooks)
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            A good selection of recipes that are quick and easy to make. Many items are already in your pantry just waiting for a new way to prepare them.

            Friends also tried and liked the recipes. I wound up ordering books for them!

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