Jacksonville, Florida (PRWEB) September 05, 2013
Type 2 diabetics and those who love them no longer have to give up great tasting food: A new cookbook just for people with the common condition can help them lower blood sugar and reduce or possibly even eliminate medications while enjoying delicious recipes made in their own kitchens.
"The Type 2 Diabetes Cookbook Formula: Lower your blood sugar. Reduce your medications. Even kiss them goodbye!" by Karlena Barron is a new cookbook exclusively for type 2 diabetics. The cookbook provides over 50 easy-to-make recipes.
"The Type 2 Diabetes Cookbook Formula" not only provides recipes — it also offers an extensive food substitution list to personalize menus based on food sensitivities or health concerns like high blood pressure or high cholesterol. It also contains detailed nutrition information so users know exactly what they are eating.
Recipes include scrumptious breakfasts like spinach omelet with Roma tomatoes, vanilla spice oatmeal and sweet potato pancakes; mouthwatering lunch and dinner dishes including a five-star grilled salmon with garlic soy sauce, parmesan meatballs with mozzarella cheese, teriyaki chicken wraps and avocado pepper jack cheeseburgers; lip-smacking soups including a classic minestrone, lentil and French onion; delightfully creative salads including black bean spinach salad, Asian chicken salad and avocado Mediterranean salad; delectable side dishes including sautéed garlic green beans, oven-roasted red skin potatoes, sweetie pie mash and many more.
“I am absolutely thrilled to finally deliver another helping hand to all type 2 diabetics with a new cookbook," Barron said. "This book has it all to help end the nutrition challenges many type 2 diabetics face. The food tastes great! And the type 2 diabetes community can get excited about eating again!"
"The Type 2 Diabetes Cookbook Formula" is available for sale online at Type2DiabetesCookbook.com. Those who buy the book from the website will also get three free bonus gifts:
Her work took a turn in 1992, when her mother was diagnosed with type 2 diabetes and suffered awful complications including renal failure, arteriosclerosis and amputation.
She learned that most diabetics still don’t realize that their everyday choices — from what they eat to how much exercise they get — can cause horrible and irreparable damage.
With her extensive background in health, nutrition and fitness, as well as her additional research and a love of cooking, Barron conducts private coaching, cooking and health and fitness classes for type 2 diabetics.
Learn more about the "The Type 2 Diabetes Cookbook Formula" at Type2DiabetesCookBook.com or read Barron's blog and weekly newsletters at Type2DiabetesHealthCoach.com.