|The Diabetic's Pocket
Dietitian may be available in your library. Once you purchase the Program, follow-up consultations
by email are free and unlimited. This includes further personalization,
diet modifications or just questions you may have.
The Diabetic's Pocket Dietitian is updated continually as new and proven information becomes available.
For those of you that need something you can carry in your pocket: Please notice that The Diabetic's Pocket Dietitian is in loose leaf form so that you can carry the page showing your personal meal plan and the Cards with you.
What does this all mean to the Diabetic?
A nutritious, well balanced diet does not include freedom of choice
where sugar, sugar & fat and fat are concerned. They abound in many
foods and you need to become "street wise" to these foods. At
best, they should be occasional selections (2 or 3 times a month) and their
portion size should be within reason. In other words, Pizza (2 or 3 times
a week), a fast food burger & fries, fried foods, cake, pie, cookies
and candy need to be approached with great caution.
Yes, it is hard to give up all these goodies. But remember, I said "occasionally".
Aren't you trying to make some lifestyle changes in your eating pattern?
When you decide to select the diabetic diet as your lifestyle eating pattern,
there is information and guidelines available to you to make this transformation
easily and without frustration.
The Diabetic's Pocket Dietitian was written to help you understand what
nutritious food selections are, how to select them, prepare them and enjoy
them. You will have a meal pattern suited to your individual needs and
you will not only be surprised, but pleased at the foods that you can have
and still stay on track. It will also dispel many of the misconceptions
that you have heard concerning what a diabetic can and cannot have.
If you have chosen "Carb Counting" as your meal management
program (assuming that "Carb Counting" works for the Type II
diabetic), The Diabetic's Pocket Dietitian will simplify it for you ("Carb
Counting" has been done for you as well as the protein and fat counting).
Otherwise, "Carb Counting" will take, at the least, several visits
to a dietitian. You can add up that cost for yourselves. Depending on the
level of expertise you wish to attain: Level 1 -3 consultations with a
dietitian. Level 2 - 2 consultations with a dietitian. Level 3 - 2 consultations
with a dietitian. That could add up to as many as 7 consultations at $50
an hour, more or less. The trend seems to be for diets to get more permissive
and complex when, in fact, Diabetic Diets need to be easier to use in order
to get Diabetics to stay on them.
Again, controlling your diabetes can only be accomplished through proper
diet, weight loss if needed, exercise and by insulin when necessary.
When you purchase The Diabetic's Pocket Dietitian, you are not just
buying a book. Your Registered Dietitian is only an e-mail away.