We've got two copies of a beautiful cookbook specifically aimed at diabetics with coeliac disease. Fantastic photos and a wide range of recipes from salads and soups to custard fruit flan and date & fig scones. Reviewers will get to keep the book.
The book is available from newsagents and book stores.
Wheat and Gluten Free Diabetes (Dr Sue Shepherd $34.95)
Delicious healthy recipes suitable for those with Coeliac disease and diabetes, including soups, salads, entrée’s, main meals, desserts and baked goods. The recipes in the book balance the special dietary requirements for both conditions, and provide readers with very tasty alternatives so they don’t miss out! The author is Dr Sue Shepherd, a practicing dietitian who has coeliac disease herself. Sue’s expertise is recognised internationally and has won numerous awards including the Dietitians Association of Australia Award. She regularly features in media commenting on coeliac related issues.
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02-12-2011 14:25 #1
2 x specialist Wheat & Gluten Free Diabetes Cookbooks need reviewers!
02-12-2011 16:42 #2Member
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I am interested. I have family members with diabetes (not coeliac however), and get gestational diabetes when pregnant and am prone to type 2 diabetes later in life.
02-12-2011 17:49 #3
I have 1x Coeliac in my family so my whole hous e is like a Coeliac hous e becaus she's very sens itive.
02-12-2011 17:57 #4
Dh is diabetic but not coeliac.
03-12-2011 15:59 #5Junior Member
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I have a dear son who is Gluten intolerant but the Doctors are testing him for cealiac, he is very under weight for two
03-12-2011 16:17 #6
im borderline diabetic and although not ceoliac, i am prone to gallstone attacks and need to follow a gluten free diet.
i was diagnosed with gestational diabetes with DD but unfortunately my doctors can't say its gone away.as im right on the borderline.
its so hard to find.recipes so i would love to review this book!!
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03-12-2011 17:27 #7
Pick me my DD1 aged 4 is a type 1 insulin dependent diabetic and eats like a coeliac due to stomach problems... We would love to try the recipes and write a review
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03-12-2011 18:03 #8Junior Member
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I would be very interested in reviewing this book. I have two type 1 diabetic children, one of whom is gluten intolerant although not coeliac, and a daughter with hashimoto's disease who is extremely gluten intolerant. she controls the hypothyroidism by adhering to a gluten-free diet.
05-12-2011 15:13 #9
Thanks for the replies - the lucky reviews are:
We'll get those books in the post to you shortly and look forward to your reviews when you get the chance in this category http://www.bubhub.com.au/reviews/bro...kids_cookbooks
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05-12-2011 15:35 #10
thank you soooo much!!! i never even knew books like this existed.... its so hard trying to find new recipes that cater for diabetics as well as gluten free!
my DH thanks you in advance for new, tasty recipes that aren't the same every time ... might even try and palm them off as 'normal' recipes hehe
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