The Low Carb Cookbook: Over 200 Recipes to Prevent and Reverse* Type 2 Diabetes makes low carb easy, exciting and something the whole family will enjoy.
PRE-ORDER: DISPATCHES FEBRUARY, 2021.
Developed by the award-winning Nutrition Team behind the Low Carb Program, you’ll learn how to enjoy a low-carb (not no-carb!) way of eating using easy-to-source ingredients that don’t cost the earth, and will leave you full without making you fat.
Low Carb Program has helped hundreds of thousands of people across the world to improve their blood glucose levels, sustainably lose weight, reduce medication dependency and achieve type 2 diabetes remission.
Whatever your goal, the Low Carb Cookbook helps you navigate the low carb lifestyle with confidence and ease. Packed with over 200 tried-and-tested recipes (208 to be exact), you'll have all the recipe inspiration you need to make low carb a sustainable way of life. We've got Breakfast, Lunches, Dinners, Desserts and Snacks covered.
We’ll show you how to make the classics low carb - everything from Eggs Benedict, Pizza, Toad in the Hole and Burgers, to Chocolate Truffles, Vanilla Pancakes and Strawberry Cheesecake.
Whether you're keto, paleo or low carb, are a carnivore, vegetarian or somewhere in between; we have you covered. You and your family will enjoy each and every single recipe.
The Low Carb Cookbook was developed by the award-winning Low Carb Program Team: Michaela de la Fosse, Suki Zayer, Katie Chuter, Amandeep Bains, Samantha Bigagane and Charlotte Summers. Low Carb Program is an NHS-approved app for type 2 diabetes, prediabetes and obesity used by over 435,000 people across the world, demonstrating metabolic health conditions such as type 2 diabetes do not have to be chronic and progressive. People with type 2 diabetes who complete the program sustainably lose 7% of their starting body weight, 4 in 10 participants eliminate at least one medication and 1 in 4 people achieve type 2 diabetes remission.
All recipes can be added to the Low Carb Program Food Diary.
*A note on reversal/remission: To say type 2 diabetes can be reversed is not technically true. Yes, type 2 diabetes diagnosis can, in some cases, be withdrawn as the result of reducing body weight and/or HbA1c. However, type 2 diabetes can not be 'reversed' in the literal sense. If type 2 diabetes is placed into remission through carbohydrate restriction, old habits such as eating a higher-carbohydrate diet could cause type 2 diabetes diagnosis to be reinstated. Therefore the true term for this is remission. (Regardless of the term, how refreshing is it to be talking about hope for a condition once considered to be chronic and progressive!)