|Written by||Ellen Haas|
|Publisher||American Diabetes Association|
Diabetes Fit Food Italic textis the name of a book authored by Ellen Haas and the editorial team of the FoodFit, with active collaboration of the American Diabetes Association. Her other books include Great Adventures in Food and A Fresh Market Cookbook.
The lead author, Ellen Haas, is an expert on healthy eating and nutrition, and the founder of FoodFit.com, a very good resource on healthy eating on the world wide web. She was also an undersecretary (from 1993 to 1997) of Agriculture for Food, Nutrition, and Consumer Services.
The book has around 200 delicious recipes especially created by a renowned chefs for diabetics. The also contains up-to-date information about nutrition and food planning with special focus to food fit for diabetics. The book explodes the myth that persons with diabetes has to necessarily take tasteless meals. Diabetes Fit Food also contains many information pertaining to selection and buying of ingredients, their preparation. The recipes are arranged in 21 ways based on the main ingredients used - for instance, recipes mainly consisting of fruits, grains, nuts, fish, meat, poultry, and dairy products. , vegetables, and preparation shopping and about shopping
Some of the recipes included in the book are Pepper-Crusted Beef Tenderloin with Roasted Vegetables, Sautéed Sea Bass with Mushroom and Tomato Ragout, Brown Rice and Crunchy Vegetable Salad, Tuscan Tomato and Bread Salad. In fact, most of the recipes included in the book can be enjoyed by the whole family and not only by the one with diabetes. All these and many other recipes, main dishes, sides and salads, reflect high nutritional standard as well as Haas'Haas’ commitment to using fresh ingredients. She has maintained the theory of "Cook with the seasons" as the "Food that is harvested at the peak of the season is simply the best and easiest way to cook with full flavor."][You can get a free cookbook full of low carb food recipies here http://npvos.com/click/?s=163720&c=325916