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Free Diabetes Cookbook

Free Diabetes Cookbook

It’s back! This offer came up a couple of months ago, but it went fast. If you missed it then here is your chance. The cookbook has some great recipes in it (see a few samples below).

If you or somebody you know is diabetic then this free cookbook is a wonderful deal! You will also get free tools to manage your Diabetes and learn how to make a healthy meal plan in minutes.

The Best of Diabetic Connect Low-Carb Recipes includes more than 60 delicious, healthy recipes 10g of carbs or less per serving—in every recipe. Pork, chicken, beef, desserts, soups, salads and much more.

Sample Recipes:

  • Savory Italian Grilled Chicken
  • Pepper-Lime Chicken
  • Grilled-Glazed Salmon
  • Philly Cheesesteak Lettuce Cups
  • Teriyaki Kabobs
  • Flourless Brownies

I would love to try the Grilled Glazed Salmon and the Flourless Brownies sound interesting. If anybody gives that a shot then be sure to tell me what they taste like! Teriyaki Kabobs sound delicious, but I am allergic to one of the spices in teriyaki sauce so that wouldn’t work for me.

It does ask if you or somebody you cook for is diabetic so you are only eligible for the cookbook if you can answer “yes”. I do not have any diabetic dietary needs in my immediate family, but I do in my extended family and I have seen how hard it is to come up with flavorful meals sometimes. I hope this will help! You can sign up for it here.

{ 3 comments… read them below or add one }

1 Leslie January 5, 2011 at 5:43 pm

I nominated you for a blog award. Stop by and pick it up!

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2 Heidi January 7, 2011 at 12:34 am

Thanks Leslie :)

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3 adam July 1, 2014 at 5:46 am

thank you for sharing Heidi
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