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The Diabetic Kitchen

Healthy and Tasty Recipes to Keep Your Blood Sugar in Check

By Veronica Miles

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Put yourself first and embrace a healthy relationship with food.

Known benefits of following the Diabetic Kitchen Recipe Guide

- Detoxs the liver & colon
- Curbs sugar cravings
- Boosts energy levels
- Maintains your ideal weight
- Stimulates your heart health
- Helps Manage Diabetes
-Keeps blood sugar in check

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Caprese Chicken

Page 32
Stuffed Portabella Mushrooms

Page 40
Chicken Soulvaki
Page 69
Mackeral and Tomato Spagetti
Page 93
Italian Chicken
Page 194
Baked Salmon With Sage
Page 100

Health Benefits of a Diabetes Friendly Diet

Increased Heart Health


There have been many studies researching the heart-health benefits of a Diabetic and Mediterranean Diet. The results? People who stick to it reduce their chances of heart problems by 30%!1 

Vibrant Vegetable Wraps with Tahini sauce

Page 166

Supports Weight Loss While Keeping Blood Sugar In Check


Thanks to the whole, fresh foods, the Diabetes approved Mediterranean diet can help people lose weight and maintain the loss! A 2015 study found the diet more effective at weight loss than low-fat diets, with the Mediterranean Dieters losing between 8 to 22 pounds in 1 year.2

Mediterranean Shrimp Pizza
Page 174

Prevents Cognitive Decline


Diabetes prevention through the Mediterranean Diet isn't just for heart health and weight loss, it also benefits your memory and cognition! Many studies have concluded this finding. But one in particular discovered that individuals who stuck to the diet were far less likely to show signs associated with dementia!3

Hearty Pita Tacos
Page 180

May Protect Against Cancer


A review of 83 studies found that a Diabetes approved Mediterranean Diet reduced the risk of cancer, especially breast and colon/rectal cancers.4 This effect is believed to occur due to the fruits and whole foods of the diet.

Silician Spinich and Ritoctta Ravioli

Page 96

What Our Customers Say


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1. Estruch, Ramón, et al. “Primary Prevention of Cardiovascular Disease with a Mediterranean Diet Supplemented with Extra-Virgin Olive Oil or Nuts.” New England Journal of Medicine, vol. 378, no. 25, 2018,
2. Mancini, Joseph G, et al. “Systematic Review of the Mediterranean Diet for Long-Term Weight Loss.” The American Journal of Medicine, U.S. National Library of Medicine, 22 Dec. 2015,
3. Berti, Valentina, et al. “Mediterranean Diet and 3-Year Alzheimer Brain Biomarker Changes in Middle-Aged Adults.” Neurology, Wolters Kluwer Health, Inc. on Behalf of the American Academy of Neurology, 15 May 2018,
4. Schwingshackl, Lukas, et al. “Adherence to Mediterranean Diet and Risk of Cancer: An Updated Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis.” Nutrients, MDPI, 26 Sept. 2017,