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Staying Healthy with Diabetes -- Nutrition & Meal Planning

We are pleased to announce the publication of a book that will tell you everything that is important about nutrition and meal planning for those with diabetes. Written by well-known Joslin nutritionist Amy Campbell and the staff of Joslin Diabetes Center, this book offers guidance and tips on what a meal plan should look like, carb counting, tips for cooking and baking, meal replacements and much more. Read More »

Price: $12.95

Staying Healthy with Diabetes -- Weight & Wellness

Being overweight affects every system in your body – and not for the better. For people who are at risk for, or who already have type 2 diabetes, being overweight affects the body’s ability to use insulin. But here’s the good news: research has shown that losing even a small amount of weight will help the insulin your body makes be more effective. And for those at risk for developing diabetes, reducing your weight can delay or prevent it! Weight & Wellness was written to provide information and strategies to help you achieve a healthy weight and maintain it over time. Read More »

Price: $12.95

Staying Healthy with Diabetes Series

Joslin -- the leading diabetes expert for more than 100 years -- is always the first source for the most current information regarding diabetes management. And now Joslin would like to offer you these three books on diabetes management, Staying Healthy with Diabetes — Weight & Wellness, Staying Healthy with Diabetes — Nutrition & Meal Planning and Staying Healthy with Diabetes — Physical Activity & Fitness. These books in the Staying Healthy with Diabetes Series offer the latest information and techniques on managing your weight, the importance of using a meal plan to fit your lifestyle and the benefits of physical activity to maintain good health while living with diabetes. Read More »

Price: $30.00

The CalorieKing Calorie, Fat & Carbohydrate Counter - 2012 Ed.

This amazing little book - an invaluable aid to meal planning and newly revised for 2012 - will tell you the number of calories and the number of grams of fat and carbohydrate of just about any food you can think of. It has guides and counters for sodium, fiber, protein and calcium. It also includes the menu offerings of 200 chain and fast food restaurants, and the calorie, carb and fat content of each item. With numerous tips for weight loss and healthy eating, this is a book you won’t ever want to be without. It makes a great gift too! Read More »

Price: $8.50

On the Road: Eating Well with Diabetes

Where are you on the road to eating well with diabetes? This booklet will help you be more in charge of your diabetes care when it comes to nutrition and meal planning. Read More »

Price: $5.00

16 Myths of a Diabetic Diet -- Second Edition

Second Edition!

Can people with diabetes eat foods containing sugar? Can they eat the same foods as other members of their family? These questions and many others about nutrition and meal planning are answered in 16 Myths of a Diabetic Diet. Read More »

Price: $14.95

Page last updated: April 16, 2014