Resources: Books

When you purchase one of the following books through these links, a margin of the profit will be forwarded to our organization.

Diabetes Solution Diabetes Solution.
By Richard K. Bernstein, MD.
Garden of Eating Garden of Eating.
By Feldheim, Heimishe cook book with nutritional facts.
Protein Power Protein Power: The High-Protein/Low Carbohydrate Way to Lose Weight, Feel Fit, and Boost Your Health-in Just Weeks!
Protein Power GC Protein Power Lifeplan Gram Counter.
Pocket size, lists only the carbohydrates that effect blood glucose (not the fiber etc.)
Pumping Insulin Pumping Insulin.
By John Walsh; 3rd. Edition, for pumpers and potential pumpers. NO PUMPER SHOULD BE WITHOUT THIS BOOK! (It's a diabetic's instruction manual for life.)
Stop The Rollercoaster Stop the Rollercoaster: How to Take Charge of Your Blood Sugars in Diabetes.
Also by John Walsh; recommended to be purchased together with "The Pocket pancreas". Small, fits in a pocket, contains lists of glycemic index, & of carb factors.
Guide To Carb Counting Complete Guide to Carb Counting.
The best book we have found on carb counting is this one, from the American Diabetes Association, "The ADA's Complete Guide to Carb Counting". It helps you identify which foods have carbohydrate and how many carbs to consume per day. Other helpful topics: determining how many grams of carbs are covered by one unit of insulin for you (your carb coverage factor), how to use a food diary, and a list of common foods with their nutritive breakdown, and much more... Learn once and for all how to count those carbs!
Baby Care Diabetes Care for Babies, Toddlers, and Preschoolers
By Jean Betschart
This book is highly recommend for anyone with a child with diabetes under the age of two.
Baby Care Sweet Kids
How to Balance Diabetes Control & Good Nutrition With Family Peace

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