Articles tagged with: diabetes friendly

Book Review: Reversing Diabetes by Dr Alan Barclay

Book Review: Reversing Diabetes by Dr Alan Barclay

Type 2 diabetes is everywhere and on the rise. According to Professor Peter Coleman, the Director of Diabetes and Endocrinology at the Royal Melbourne Hospital, in his Foreword to this book, diabetes affects at least 1.1 million Australians. But does eating too much sugar cause it? Should you cut out all carbs to manage it? And is there really such a thing as reversing what is a chronic disease? All these questions and more are answered in Dr Alan Barclay’s new book ‘Reversing Diabetes’.

4 May 2016 by Guest reviewer

Linguini with fresh spinach and ricotta

Linguini with fresh spinach and ricotta

A colourful and fresh dish for a lunch or light dinner. Serve this up in 20-25 minutes for a perfect midweek dinner that even the...

14 January 2013 by Catherine Saxelby

Chicken chilli con carne

Chicken chilli con carne

This makes a good change from the usual beef chilli. It has a lighter flavour but is still delicious. Or try turkey mince. Thanks to...

16 October 2011 by Catherine Saxelby

Easy chicken and pasta salad

Easy chicken and pasta salad

Whip up this quick summer salad for a lunch or light dinner - easy if you've got leftover cooked pasta. And it works with all sorts...

11 November 2009 by Catherine Saxelby

Apple & rhubarb crumble

Apple & rhubarb crumble

Here is a traditional dessert recipe that's been given a makeover. It's lower in fat, high in slowly-digested ingredients like the...

23 June 2009 by Catherine Saxelby

Honey mustard chicken

Honey mustard chicken

This is an easy way to dress up chicken pieces - and there's only four ingredients - three of which you probably already have in the...

3 May 2009 by Catherine Saxelby