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Eat Smart With The 12 Best Diabetic Diet Books

Diet books that prove healthy, good tasting recipes exist

Just because you or someone you know has diabetes, that doesn’t mean the joy of eating and cooking has to go. We filter through all diabetic diet books available, leaving only the best to go on this list.

We recommend these authors for their understanding of the condition and their positive approach to adapting your eating habits. With fun, delicious recipes that don’t compromise on your health, we’re sure you’ll love cooking with these diabetic cookbooks more than ever before.


The Everyday Ketogenic Kitchen by Carolyn Ketchum

This product was recommended by Kianoosh Mousavi from Victory Belt Publishing

This book will enable diabetic readers on a path to lifelong heath with a keto-adapted lifestyle. Ketchum teaches how to create keto-friendly recipes that taste just as good, if not better than, their unhealthy counterparts. Her recipes allow people to enjoy the taste, freedom, and sustainability of the keto way—without the restriction of typical fad diets.


The Ultimate Guide to Keto Baking by Carolyn Ketchum

This product was recommended by Kianoosh Mousavi from Victory Belt Publishing

This book is perfect for readers with diabetes that don’t want to give up on delicious desserts and baked goods in their healthier lifestyle. Carolyn has spent years honing her low-carb baking techniques, and in addition to an extensive review of low-carb baking ingredients and tools, she includes more than 150 thoroughly tested recipes for sweet and savory baked goods, from everyday cookies to special occasion cakes and pies to breads, crackers, and even pizza.


Eat What You Love, Love What You Eat with Diabetes by Michelle May

This product was recommended by Diana Gariglio-Clelland from Balance One Supplements

People with diabetes are often told to go on a diabetic diet, or a restrictive diet such as the keto diet, Atkins, etc. Research proves that the vast majority of diets don’t provide long-term results, and they can even cause harmful outcomes such as developing an eating disorder. This book focuses not on a restrictive diet, but about mindfulness and sustainably adapting your regular eating habits to promote health with diabetes. People with diabetes can eat any food someone without diabetes can, including sugar! The more important thing to consider is the person’s relationship with food, and becoming aware of how certain foods affect their blood sugar with diabetes. Small, consistent changes in mindset and habits tend to work out better in the long run than swearing off sugar or carbs for the rest of your life.


The Mediterranean Diet for Beginners by Rockridge Press

This product was recommended by Travis Fries from At Least We Fried

While not strictly targeting diabetics, the principles of the Mediterranean Diet provide a healthy framework for anyone that needs to lower their A1C. This way of eating focuses on foods that are low on the Glycemic Index and mostly avoids fried, starchy foods. The Mediterranean Diet for Beginners provides simple, tasty recipes suitable for novice cooks and seasoned chefs alike.


The Mayo Clinic Diabetes Diet by D. Hensrud

This product was recommended by Stefanie Lesser from Hope & Love Radio

This book written by the well known Mayo Clinic gives a diet plan that is designed to prevent and manage type II diabetes. The book offers practical tools and menus to help one control their blood sugar, lose weight,and to improve overall health. With this book, people with diabetes, people can manage their diabetes, eat well, lose weight and enjoy their life. Highly recommend.


Diabetes Diet by Jyothi Shenoy

This product was recommended by Savaş Ateş from Good Book Summary

Are You Looking For Ways To Drop Your Blood Pressure And Still Eat The Foods Your Want? If so, then this is the book you’ve been looking for because Dr. Shenoy, who has worked with many patients regarding diabetes, has created a list of delicious foods you can eat, as well as a ton of mouth-watering Diabetes Diet Recipes to satisfy every craving.


Breakthrough by Thea Cooper

This product was recommended by Savaş Ateş from Good Book Summary

It is 1919 and Elizabeth Hughes, the eleven-year-old daughter of America’s most-distinguished jurist and politician, Charles Evans Hughes, has been diagnosed with juvenile diabetes. It is essentially a death sentence. The only accepted form of treatment – starvation – whittles her down to forty-five pounds skin and bones. Miles away, Canadian researchers Frederick Banting and Charles Best manage to identify and purify insulin from animal pancreases – a miracle soon marred by scientific jealousy, intense business competition and fistfights. In a race against time and a ravaging disease, Elizabeth becomes one of the first diabetics to receive insulin injections – all while its discoverers and a little known pharmaceutical company struggle to make it available to the rest of the world. Relive the heartwarming true story of the discovery of insulin as it’s never been told before. Written with authentic detail and suspense, and featuring walk-ons by William Howard Taft, Woodrow Wilson, and Eli Lilly himself, among many others.


Think Like a Pancreas by Gary Scheiner

This product was recommended by Savaş Ateş from Good Book Summary

A first-ever, indispensable, all-in-one resource for the millions of people with diabetes who use insulin Few diabetes books focus specifically on the day-to-day issues facing people who use insulin. Diabetes educator Gary Scheiner provides the tools to think like a pancreas–to successfully master the art and science of matching insulin to the body’s ever-changing needs. Comprehensive, free of medical jargon, and packed with useful information not readily available elsewhere, this new edition covers the many strides taken in diabetes education and management since the previous edition. Think Like a Pancreas includes critical information, such as day-to-day blood glucose control and monitoring, designing an insulin program to best match your lifestyle, up-to date medication and technology, and new insulin formulations and combinations.


How Not to Die by Michael Greger

This product was recommended by Stacie May from Lucky Watcher

Dr. Greger prescribes lifestyle changes that can help prevent a host of chronic diseases that are the cause of millions of deaths a year. He is a leading expert on nutrition and his claims are backed up by strong scientific evidence. Switching to a plant-based diet and taking some of his practical advice can help to treat and avoid the top 15 causes of death due to illness.


The Mayo Clinic Diabetes Diet

This product was recommended by Nikola Djordjevic from Healthcareers

I recommend this book to patients who are pre-diabetic or diabetic. Not only is it a useful guide and meal planner for people who need to reduce their weight to regulate their diabetes, but it is also an excellent source of ideas for a diet change for the ones who want to eat a sugar-free diet for any medical reason. The book covers both the weight-loss plan and the maintaining of good eating habits (and keeping the weight down).


Diabetic Meal Prep for Beginners by Adamer Highon

This product was recommended by John Parrott from Relax Like A Boss

This book is for all of those early-stage diabetic patients who get overwhelmed after reading about diabetic meals. Now, they do not have to eat the same food every other day. It is time to try different meals for 30 days. The author has enlisted to make recipes easily, including breakfast, meat, poultry, vegetarian, fish and seafood, desserts, and even snacks. You will not get bored because the whole month your taste buds will enjoy different dishes.


Dr. Neal Barnard’s Cookbook for Reversing Diabetes by Neal Barnard

This product was recommended by Victor Bailey from VictorBailey

It is an effort of two doctors – Neal Barnard and Dreeena Burton to compile a healthy diet plan for diabetic people. You will come across 150 easy and delicious recipes in this book. No, these recipes are not only healthy but delicious as well. It also includes recipes of mouth-watering foods, including burgers, onion rings, muffins, and pudding. So, reverse diabetes without drugs by learning the scientific relationship between diet and diabetes as well as trying new food every day.

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