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Diabetes: Home

University of Michigan Resources

Non-English Resources

Web Resources

Audiovisual Resources

Apps

Books on Diabetes

15-Minute Diabetic Meals

Provides more than 200 recipes that can be prepared in 15 minutes or less and follow diabetic dietary guidelines.

American Diabetes Association Complete Guide to Diabetes

Provides comprehensive information on diabetes.

American Diabetes Association Guide to Herbs and Nutritional Supplements

List 40 of the most popular alternative therapies used for diabetes including benefits, dosages, study information, side effect and drug interaction listings.

The American Diabetes Association Month of Meals Diabetes Meal Planner

Provides daily menus as well as over 600 recipes.

The American Diabetes Association Vegetarian Cookbook

Over 150 vegetarian recipes using seasonal vegetables.

Betty Crocker Diabetes Cookbook

Provides many healthful recipes for diabetics.

The Big Book of Diabetic Desserts

Over 150 dessert recipes. Also includes information on how to bake with artificial sweeteners for lower calories.

The Complete Quick and Hearty Diabetic Cookbook

Over 200 low-fat recipes ranging from appetizers to desserts with nutritional facts.

Librarian

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Amy Hyde
Contact:
Mardigian Wellness Resource Center
Michigan Medicine
Frankel Cardiovascular Center
Level 2 off the Atrium
Room 2101
UM_CVC_MWRC@med.umich.edu

Disclaimer

This Information Guide may contain information and/or instructional materials developed by Michigan Medicine for the typical patient with your condition. It may include links to online content that was not created by Michigan Medicine and for which Michigan Medicine does not assume responsibility. It does not replace medical advice from your health care provider because your experience may differ from that of the typical patient. Talk to your health care provider if you have any questions about this document, your condition or your treatment plan.