Do you need to better understand the carbs-diabetes connection?
Would you like to learn effective strategies for counting carbs?
Do you need help staying on track with your diabetes management?
If you answered “yes” to any of these questions, The Pocket Carbohydrate Counter Guide for Diabetes is for you!
What You’ll Learn
Here are just a few things you’ll learn when you read The Pocket Carbohydrate Counter Guide for Diabetes:
- How carbs, proteins, and fats are processed in your body
- Methods for estimating how many calories and carbs you need each day
- Handy tools for counting carbs
- The importance of portion control and how to do it when you can’t measure
- Alternatives to counting (if you don’t like math!)
- How to read a nutritional label (and what’s most important)
- Tips and tricks for meal planning
- Ideas for how to move your body more (exercise is SO important)
- Ways to keep your heart healthy
- Techniques for managing stress and getting better sleep
- Tips for smart snacking
- Ways to make grocery shopping easier
- Tricks for staying on track when you don’t eat at home
- Organizations and websites that are great resources
Want to get a taste of what’s included in The Pocket Carbohydrate Counter Guide for Diabetes? Here are a few excerpts (click to enlarge).
Eat Your Colors
Balance Your Plate
What People are Saying
– Anna Norton, MS, CEO, DiabetesSisters (also PWt1D since 1993)
Free Downloadable Meal Planning Templates (as seen in the book)
In the Meal Planning section of the book (Chapter 7), there are a couple of sample meal plans. If you’d like to use the templates in the book to create your own meal plans, you can download them and sign up for Shelby’s newsletter all at the same time!
Shelby Kinnaird is the Founder and Publisher of Diabetic Foodie, a website containing diabetic-friendly recipes and tips for healthy eating. A passionate diabetes advocate, Shelby currently runs two diabetes support groups in Richmond, VA and has successfully managed her type 2 diabetes since 1999. Learn more about her food philosophy and read some articles she’s written for other publications.