19 April 2012
Chef Michael Moore was busy running his restaurant, cooking on television, climbing the ranks of top chefs in the world and travelling the globe. He was already living with diabetes and for a top chef surrounded by great food, he faced the daily challenge of healthy eating. Then, one day out of the blue, he suffered a major stroke while he was out to dinner with his family, an event that changed his life and his outlook on food, forever.
So along came Blood Sugar, a personal and inspiring book that breaks the mould in diabetic cooking. Where there is often a disparity between restaurant-quality food and diet food, Michael shares the way he manages being a diabetic with inspiring and creative recipes. He includes nutritional tips, how to balance food types and ideas for healthy eating.
Inside you’ll find over 65 easy and stunning recipes for homecooking, entertaining and family life, as well as a foreword by celebrity chef Curtis Stone and dietician and nutritionist Susie Burrell. Far from being just for diabetics, however, Blood Sugar is a must for anyone at risk from diabetes, or just interested in healthier (but not boring!) food.