Flat Belly Diet Diabetes

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Flat Belly Diet! Diabetes : Lose Weight, Target Belly Fat, And Lower Blood Sugar With This Tested Plan From The Editors Of Prevention / By Liz Vaccariello With Gillian Arathuzik.

Creator: Vaccariello, Liz. Arathuzik, Gillian. Publisher: [Emmaus, Pa.] : Rodale ; 2011, c2010. Format: Books Physical Description: vii, 390 p. :ill. (some col.) ;24 cm. Notes: Reprint. Originally published: 2010. "Lose up to 12 lbs in 5 weeks!" Hardback ed. with ISBN 9781605296845 published in 2011. Identifier: (ISBN)1609613805 (pbk.) (ISBN)9781609613808 (pbk.) (ISBN)9781605296845 (hbk.) (OCoLC)772972288 Language: English Subjects: Diabetes -- Diet therapy. Reducing diets. Abdomen. Continue reading >>

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  1. Shar67

    Has anybody tried this, it seems to have a lot of Carbs.
    There is a lot of food in it I cannot eat (not vegetarian but I can substitute)

  2. TorqPenderloin

    Sounds like a variation of the Mediterranean diet. There's nothing particularly innovative about it, but I wouldn't necessarily say there's anything WRONG with it.
    Just curious, but any reason why this one stands out to you?

  3. AloeSvea

    I read the book recently, and thought it had some really good things - so though it might be good for recommending to diabetics who might find LCHF or paleo (or whatever low carb) way of eating' too much'.
    It takes on the healthy fats thing well, I think - which is its standout technique (eating a MUFA fat with every 400 calorie meal, I think it is), and deals with stress and sleep issues (as very relevant for belly fat - and getting rid of it). I thought the exercise section particularly good, and I liked the 'real people' stories, with a fair smattering of T2 diabetics I seem to remember.
    I had a brief look at the recipes but didn't try any out, as I have my way of eating (read cooking) pretty well sorted these days. I did think they looked yummy. I'm not a fan of calorie counting (or any kind of counting - carbs is the only thing I have to count these days!). Which would be a bore for me - sticking to the 400 cals three times a day thing, with a MUFA at each meal...
    I would love to hear how forum-ers found it, if any? As I was planning on suggesting it to diabetic folk who don't want to go low-carb for whatever reason...
    (Going non-grain and non-milk, and walking, largely sorted my belly fat out.)

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