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Ultimate Diabetic Cookbook


Discover The Astonishing Secrets To Cooking Diabetic-Friendly Meals That Will Guarantee You Never Eat Anything That Tastes Like Cardboard Ever Again…

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They Said It Wasn’t Possible, But I Proved Them Wrong! Diabetic Cooking CAN Come With Spice, Flavor, And Variety…

Finally, There’s A Simple Way To Magically Transform Your Desire For Worry-Free Food Into Reality Starting NOW…

Living With Diabetes Sucks. I Know. I’ve Suffered From Diabetes For 20 Years. Unable To Eat Another Boring Meal, I Decided To Learn Everything There Is To Know About Food And Diabetes…

Finally, I’m Releasing My Findings In A Cookbook That Will Change Your Life Forever. If You’re Tired Of Bland, I’m Here To Tell You There Is An Alternative…

January 01, 2011

Dear Friend,

Living with diabetes is NOT easy… cooking with diabetes can be even harder! But things are about to get much better for you…

Whether you’re dealing with Type 1, Type 2, or Gestational Diabetes Mellitus (GDM), the disease affectsevery part of your life… not the least of which is the food you eat every day.

  • Your doctors tell you that you’ll never be able to eat a “normal” diet again…
  • Friends and family don’t know how to cook so-called “diabetic food,” so if you’re invited to their gatherings at all, you end up with meals that taste more like cardboard than something edible…
  • And, even if you or your loved one has been living with diabetes for a long time, you still havequestions, doubts and fears about what you can and cannot eat…

The result is that you feel trapped and helpless.

Food turns into your enemy.

And, something as fundamental as eating a great breakfast, lunch or dinner becomes a nearly impossible minefield to navigate.

  • Your diet turns into the most basic, boring and bland collection of foods possible.And, that’s because unfamiliar foods and new recipes don’t feel exciting, they’re life threatening.
  • You don’t think in terms of how good something tastes, but rather how many carbohydrates, starches, sugars and fats it contains.Food is no longer something enjoyed; it simply becomes a medical necessity just as much of a scientific fact as that insulin shot…
  • And, you’ve long since given up on the idea of ever returning to the foods and recipes that you sodesperately crave.Even though those delectable snacks, desserts, treats and beverages that constantly seem to always be right there taunting you!

But, I don’t need to tell you any of this… you know it all too well.

Whether recently diagnosed, or you or a loved one has been living with diabetes for years, every food choice you make must take the disease into very real consideration.

And that’s a bummer because you know better than anyone else that…

Most Diabetic Recipes Are About As Tasty
As The Paper They’re Printed On…

As a diabetic myself, I searched for years to find a quality cookbook that would not only help me create quick, easy and satisfying meals, but ones that tasted great AND were safe for me… I had NO luck.

For years, I scoured the web, bookstores, and libraries to find any cooking resources that would make my life easier and the food I ate more enjoyable… again I had very little luck.

And, for years, I knocked on the doors of established dieticians, chefs, and restaurants to see if they had any special recipes that would help me take the boring out of every meal… I was met with more closed doors than I care to remember.

I was shocked at how few cookbooks, recipes or even interesting food ideas are out there for diabetics:

  • It seemed that the doctors are more interested in telling you what you can NOT eat, than shedding light on what you can.
  • It seemed that cookbook publishers must think there’s not a big enough demand, so they don’t bother creating quality resources.
  • And almost everybody else involved in the food industry seemed okay with just repackaging the same ol’ boring recipes that have been around for decades.

To say I was disheartened by what I found (or didn’t find) is a total understatement.

It seemed to me that…



Eating Should NOT Have To Be So Hard For Diabetics… But, Sadly, It Is!

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