Healthy soul food just got healthier! In this updated edition of The New Soul Food Cookbook for People with Diabetes
, the recipes you know and love are back with even better results. You'll find healthier recipes for any occasion, group, or event. Choose from these familiar favorites:
- Corn Bread Casserole
- Rogelle's Shrimp Creole
- Mango Mango Salad with Chicken
- Pork Supper in One Pot
- Green Beans and New Potatoes
- Red Velvet Cake
- Sweet Potato Pie
- Key Lime Pie
- and many more!
Stock your pantry with handy tips on reducting fat, calories, and sodium for weight loss, improved health, and diabetes management. Plus, learn the basics of healthy food preparation and menu planning. Give your family favorites zing and zip by following the authors' suggestions for adding herbs and spices.
When you're looking for healthy recipes with authentic African American flavor, you'll find them in The New Soul Food Cookbook for People with Diabetes
, 2nd edition.
The American Diabetes Association Cookbook Guarantee:
- Kitchen-tested for taste and ease of preparation
- Portion sizes to aid blood sugar management and weight loss
- Official ADA exchanges included
- Approved by leading dietitians
About the authors:
Fabiola D. Gaines, RD, LD is a founding partner of Hebni Nutrition Consultants, Inc., and the developer of the original Soul Food Pyramid, a culturally sensitive food pyramid. She is co-chair of the Cultural Diversity Committee for the Central Florida American Diabetes Association and chief clinical dietitian for Depugh Nursing Center in
Winter Park, FL. In addition, she provides educational seminars and has appeared in numerous radio and television spots. Ms. Gaines is an avid lecturer on culturally sensitive nutrition education for people of color.
Roniece Weaver, MS, RD, LD, is co-founder and executive director of Hebnni Nutrition Consultants, Inc., co-developer of the Soul Food Pyramid, and co-chair of the Cultural Diversity Committee for the Central Florida American Diabetes Association. Mrs. Weaver has shared her passion for healthy lifestyle change through print and media
The New Soul Food Cookbook
for People with Diabetes (2nd Edition)
by Fabiola Demps Gaines and Roniece Weaver
American Diabetes Association
Trade Paperback, 202 pages