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Diabetics cookbook offers healthy choices

Diabetics cookbook offers healthy choices

Posted: Wednesday, July 18, 2012 3:35 pm

While recipes for diabetics often implement synthetic ingredients, such as artificial sweeteners, which fail to succeed at promoting personal health, Dr. James Rouse has changed the game of healthy eating for diabetics. The “Not Just for Diabetics Cookbook: Naturally Delicious Recipes for Optimum Wellness” urges all readers, diabetics and non-diabetics, to reconsider their nutritional goals to attain an improved overall well-being.
“We believe that eating healthy should be enjoyable and inspiring. This practice should also be the experience for the diabetic community,” Dr. James noted. “These recipes are perfect for diabetics, great for overall well-being, and will be enjoyed by both diabetics and non-diabetics alike.”
This groundbreaking new cookbook is synonymous with delicious, creative cuisine.
Inside are more than 200 tasty, nutritious, and innovative recipes, including beverages, appetizers, breakfasts, pasta dishes, breads, dinner ideas, and even desserts, all of which support mind, body, beauty, and optimum wellness. These easy-to-follow recipes are a delicious way to achieve a healthier lifestyle and make the journey toward wellness a fearless and exciting endeavor.
Each recipe is accompanied by detailed nutritional information to ensure that readers know exactly what they are putting into their bodies.
Even though these recipes are intended to help individuals achieve maximum wellness, that doesn’t mean they sacrifice flavor. Delicious temptations such as Skinny Spinach Artichoke Dip, containing only 60 calories, 6 grams carbohydrates, and 1.5 grams sugar per serving, allow for simultaneous indulgence and healthy eating.
The Greek-Style Ranch Dressing, a universal favorite, has a mere 45 calories, 2 grams carbohydrates, and 2 grams sugar per serving. Not to mention, the Slow-Cooked Pork Loin possesses a meager 257 calories, 14 grams carbohydrates, and 3.5 grams sugar, serving as a healthy and appetizing substitute for traditional barbecue pulled pork.
Readers will no longer have to sacrifice their favorite foods in their pursuit of healthful eating.
The “Not Just for Diabetics Cookbook” also contains detailed information about diabetes as well as helpful guidelines for achieving a healthy, well-balanced lifestyle. One of the most prominent features is Dr. James’ 20 tips for achieving your Metabolic Best, an easy-to-follow guide to take the guesswork out of how to begin on the path to Optimum Wellness.
Dr. James Rouse is not your average doctor. He is referred to by his colleagues as “superhuman.” He is a naturopathic doctor, Ironman triathlete, QVC Network Wellness Specialist, entrepreneur, yoga instructor, author, and radio show host. He is best known for his “Optimum Wellness” TV segments, which highlight balancing mind, body and spirit.  Published in The WCP 7.17.12

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