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New Cleveland Clinic Press Healthy Cookbook Helps Diabetic Kids
Date:10/17/2007

"You CAN Eat That! Awesome Food for Kids with Diabetes" by Robyn Webb, M.S.

CLEVELAND, Oct. 17 /PRNewswire/ -- Cooking for a child with diabetes doesn't have to mean making boring food or separate meals. Cleveland Clinic Press (http://www.clevelandclinicpress.org/), publishing arm of Cleveland Clinic (http://www.clevelandclinic.org/), has released "You CAN Eat That! Awesome Food for Kids with Diabetes" by award-winning nutritionist and columnist Robyn Webb, M.S. (http://www.robynwebb.com/).

Insulin injections, blood tests, and medical exams can be so stressful. Add to that the challenge of providing healthful meals and snacks that will interest a diabetic child's developing taste buds. That's why parents will appreciate this unique healthy cookbook, which is filled with fun, tasty recipes they will enjoy making and kids will love eating.

Thanks to Webb, who worked closely with the American Diabetes Association, caregivers will never have to say "You can't eat that!" to their children. She offers creative ideas for home cooking, picnic and party planning, after- school snacks, desserts, and nutritious between-meal munching. Here are just a few:

--Southwestern Firecracker Chicken

--Lazy Light Lasagna Roll-Ups

--Light as a Feather Apple Fritters

--Super Appealing Banana Sundaes

Beautiful photography, nutritional analysis, and professional guidance are included with each recipe. This cookbook also contains qualified advice on diabetes management, carbohydrate intake, and how to prevent low blood sugar.

Living with diabetes is hard enough. "You CAN Eat That!" can make your family's journey a little easier.

Read more about and purchase the healthy cookbook

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