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The Blood Sugar Solution Cookbook

Posted on 26th Feb, 2013 by Hillary Mickell
The Blood Sugar Solution Cookbook

In 1900 only 2% of meals were eaten outside of the home; now it is over fifty percent. And most of the meals eaten at home today are factory made science projects “cooked” in a microwave. The consumption of industrial fast and processed food is driving our epidemic of obesity, diabetes ad chronic disease that now affects EVERY other American. We need a food and cooking revolution to change that!

To help us all take back our kitchens, written with contributions from Dr. Hyman’s community, The Blood Sugar Solution Cookbookis available TODAY. It is a road map to thrive in our kitchens, to remake our fridges, pantry’s and shopping carts to create meals that will delight the senses and heal the body. It can heal and reverse diabetes and many chronic diseases – invisibly simply by enjoying yummy meals.

This cookbook presents over 175 delectable recipes that are free of allergens and harmful inflammatory ingredients. Readers will exchange toxic factory-made foods for nutritious and easy-to-make dishes such as Chicken Satay with Peanut Sauce, Mexican Shrimp Ceviche, Tuscan Zucchini Soup, Raspberry Banana Cream Pie Smoothie, Chocolate Nut Cake, and more. The Blood Sugar Solution Cookbook will illuminate the inner nutritionist and chef in every reader.

You can also find recipes that meet Dr. Hyman’s Blood Sugar Diet guidelines on Foodily by simply adding “blood sugar diet” to any search. Here’s a few examples:
Dinner: http://www.foodily.com/s/dinner-blood-sugar-diet
Fish: http://www.foodily.com/s/fish-blood-sugar-diet
Poached eggs: http://www.foodily.com/s/poached-eggs-blood-sugar-diet

We also have some amazing collections curated by our Tastemakers:
Phoebe Lapin’s Blood Sugar List
The Family Dinner’s Kirstin Uhrenholdt’s Blood Sugar List
Pamela Salzman’s Blood Sugar Collection

Enjoy!

Food, we love you.

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Comments (2)

  1. 1st Aug 2011
    by Brenda

    i love old recipes, i use them for the base of what i make..i tweek them to go with the times, but there isnt a better recipe then the snickerdoodle recipe from the 30s or banana bread..i have just recently been interested in collectin the better homes and garden cookbooks..i have my grammas only one dated like 50s..but she has hand written recipes from the older bhg cbooks

  2. 9th Aug 2011

    I also love to take some old recipes from my mother-in-law and see how I can cook them on the grill. I also plan on putting some of those recipes on our website Best Backyard Chef to share with people.

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