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Diabetes Rescue Diet

Conquer your diabetes naturally while eating the foods you love.

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Diabetes Rescue Diet is a new book written by Mark Bricklin along with the editors of Prevention magazine. This program is one that will allow you to conquer your diabetes naturally through eating and drinking what you love. Diabetes Rescue Diet doesn’t require you count calories or cut out cabs. This plan can reduce your need for medications and reduce your blood sugar. This is a great program for those that have been told time and time again what they can’t eat, those that have lost weight and regained it in the past and those that have followed low-carb or low fat diets only to quit because they were too restrictive. Diabetes Rescue Diet is based on the Mediterranean diet and focuses on a way of eating that is similar to residents of Greece and Italy. You can stay healthy for life and protect yourself against heart disease, cancer, Alzheimer’s and high blood pressure with the foods you will be eating.

The results are in and it has been found that out of 14,000 people studied, people eating according to the principles of the Diabetes Rescue Diet had about an 83 percent lower risk of developing diabetes than people who ate otherwise. These results came without a significant change in body weight. This shows that you can really make a difference in your health by revising what you eat.

PRO
  • Program allows you to change your health through food
  • Includes delicious meals that won’t feel like diet food
  • Focuses on eating nutrient dense foods to fill you up
  • Book includes over 80 different recipes
  • Eating is based on the Mediterranean diet
  • Program has been proven to lower blood sugar
CON
  • None to speak of
DIET and NUTRITION

Eating on the Diabetes Rescue Diet focuses on the foods you can eat rather than list out what you can’t. This program is based on the Mediterranean diet and does not require that you give up carbs or your favorite foods. Instead this book is filled with over 80 recipes that can be prepared quickly and with common ingredients. You will be filling your plate with foods that are rich in nutrients and you will learn what foods help fight diabetes. This book has everything you need to do simple meal planning that will help you manage your blood sugar and type 2 diabetes. Some of the delicious recipes included in the book are:

  • Grilled Portobello Cheeseburgers
  • Linguine Bolognese
  • Salmon Kebabs
  • Raspberry-Almond Cheesecake
  • Fresh Berry-Oat Muffins
  • Veggie-Stuffed Meat Loaf
  • Pumpkin Pudding
  • Refried Beans
EXERCISE

Along with eating a healthy diet that will lower your blood sugar, the Diabetes Rescue Diet includes information on fitting in some exercise for your health. The book encourages you to start slow if you aren’t currently working out and build up to a regular rate of activity. You don’t have to do hard workouts to make a difference.

CONCLUSION

Anyone with diabetes can find benefits with Diabetes Rescue Diet and the advice offered in this book. You don’t have to give up the foods you love or restrict entire food groups in order to lower your blood sugar and improve your health. This program can offer relief and help you through guidance on a healthy diet that will not only help lower blood sugar, but also stave off things like heart disease, certain types of cancer and Alzheimer’s.

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