Do you or someone you love have Diabetes? Are you afraid you’ll have to give up all of the foods that you love? Maybe you’re bored with eating the same foods over and over. Either way, Switch It Up by Corinne Trang is perfect for you.
Switch It Up is a fresh take on Diabetes Friendly recipes
Diabetic or not, many of seem to get stuck in the dinner rut. Many times convenience and time win out over diversity in meals. Switch It Up has the solution for that. Corinne Trang has compiled Diabetic friendly recipes that are tasty, and healthy. Many of them take just a bit of prep and cook time too, so they’re perfect for those busy evenings.
Healthy eating made easy
Corinne has created recipes that use easy-to-find, staple ingredients. She also introduces the concept of mixing and matching your dishes to make new combinations for any meal. You can take the left overs from last night’s dinner, and combine them with another recipe for today’s lunch. They’re also approved by te American Diabetes Association®. Switch It Up will take you on a journey of new and amazing tastes! Your family and friends will thank you!
About the Author and Where to Buy
Corinne Trang is an award-winning author of nine cookbooks. In 2013 she won the Nautilus Award for her Asian Flavors Diabetes Cookbook, as well as Essentials of Asian Cuisine, and Authentic Vietnamese Cooking.Corinne is also a frequent television and radio guest. You may have seen her on NBC’s Today Show, Martha Stewart Living, PBS, Fox News, CBS’s Early Morning Show, CNN, Discovery, and more. She has written for numerous other publications such as Gourmet, CookingLight, Bon Appetit, and more. For more information visit her website HERE. To get your copy of Switch It Up, click here. You can also follow Corinne on Facebook, and Twitter.
About the American Diabetes Association®
The American Diabetes Association® is leading the fight to STOP DIABETES® and its deadly consequences. Founded in 1940, they fund research to prevent, cure, and manage Diabetes. They also deliver services to hundreds of communities, and give voices to those who are denied their rights because of Diabetes. For more information, please call 1-800-DIABETES (1-800-342-2383) or visit their website HERE.