Product Description Diabetes-friendly recipes that practically cook themselves Eating right to manage diabetes takes some planning―but with the power of a slow cooker, it’s easier than ever. The Diabetes Slow Cooker Cookbook is packed with recipes and guidance that show you how to create balanced, tasty meals that can cook all day with minimal supervision from you. Now you can get the wholesome and nourishing nutrients you need without spending hours in the kitchen. A slow-cooking introduction―Learn how these delicious slow cooker recipes are tailored to meet the nutritional needs of diabetics, so you can feel good about eating them. Full of flavor―Say goodbye to bland and boring―this book helps you cook up healthier versions of the comfort foods you love and discover fresh new flavors. Stay on track―Find easy instructions, clear portion sizes, and full nutritional calculations to help you meet your health goals. Create simple, hands-off meals that fit perfectly into your diet with the Diabetes Slow Cooker Cookbook. Review “Shelby and Simone have done it again! This cookbook conquers it all—diabetes-friendly meals, time constraints, and dietary restrictions. From breakfast to dessert, you’ll find recipes to tackle one of the most common diabetes questions: ‘What do I eat?’” —Megan Muñoz, RN, MSN, CMSRN, CDCES, Type2andYou Podcast “The Diabetes Slow Cooker Cookbook is not just for diabetics; it's a great resource for anyone to use. The recipes are well balanced with a variety of common ingredients found in your kitchen. Shelby and Simone make preparation and cooking less daunting using a slow cooker. The recipes are easy to follow. I particularly like the cultural influences in the recipes. You won't be at a loss of what to cook and can be guaranteed you are eating healthy.” —Mary Opfer MS, RD “If you have diabetes and are a slow cooker fan or want to become one, get yourself a copy of the Diabetes Slow Cooker Cookbook. The recipes are healthy and varied, yet aren't fancy and don’t call for obscure ingredients. Last, but not least, the food photographs sprinkled through the book are eye-catching and mouthwatering!” —Hope S Warshaw, MMSc, RD, CDCES, BC-ADM, 2016 president of Association for Diabetes Care and Education Specialists, author of Diabetes Meal Planning Made Easy and Eat Out, Eat Well: The Guide to Eating Healthy in Any Restaurant “This is a must-read for diabetics, those cooking for diabetics, and nutrition professionals alike! The recipes are easy to follow and sound absolutely incredible! These recipes will be especially perfect as we go into the cooler months. Nothing better than coming home to a fully cooked, healthy, and delicious meal!” —Mallory Onaindia, MS, RD, LD/N “As a neurologist, I care for many patients that have suffered from strokes and have diabetes as a main risk factor. I will undoubtedly be recommending Diabetes Slow Cooker Cookbook to my patients as a means to prepare delicious yet healthy meals that control their blood glucose and decrease their risk for further strokes. It proves that following a diabetic diet does not mean one has to forgo flavor in their meals!” —Arielle Bokhour Matalon, MD “Enjoyable, good-for-you recipes. Cook once, enjoy many times. I love recipes that get better the day after, as if the ingredients get a chance to get better acquainted.” —Lorena Drago MS, RDN, CDN, CDCES, diabetes expert, author, cross-cultural communications About the Author SHELBY KINNAIRD, MS, is an author, the founder of Put on Your Apron, and host of Cook & Chat with Shelby. She leads two DiabetesSisters support groups and is a member of the American Diabetes Association’s Virginia Advocacy Council.