A healthy diabetic diet is all about eating a wide variety of foods, increasing the amount of vegetables and fibre, reducing protein and learning to recognise hidden sugars and this book proves just how simple and delicious this can be. A comprehensive introduction, written by the nutritionist Louise Blair, provides all the information you need to plan and shop and cook and Anthony's 200 recipes take inspiration from cuisines around the world to bring you the very best, most flavoursome and most healthy dishes, even when it's a traditional Sunday Roast or a hearty venison stew accompanied by an American-style cheesecake or a delicious fruit crumble. Whether you have diabetes or live with someone who does, this is the book for food lovers who know that healthy food should also mean appetising food.
Antony Worrall Thompson is one of the UK's best-loved chefs. Some of his best-selling books include The GI Diet, The GL Diet Made Simple and The Sweet Life, which have also been translated into eight languages. He is the owner of five restaurants. See www.awtonline.co.uk. Azmina Govindji RD is a nutritionist and registered dietitian. She was resident nutritionist on ITV's This Morning and has regularly appeared on BBC1's The One Show and Channel 5's The Wright Stuff. She spent 8 years as Chief Dietitian to Diabetes UK. www.govindjinutrition.com