Naturally low in fat and packed with protein and healthy omega-3 fats, seafood is a perfect choice for fresh meals that fit well into a diabetes meal plan. Unfortunately, most seafood cookbooks on the market take what’s naturally a healthy ingredient and add heavy cream sauces, fatty oils, or fried batters. The results are unhealthy meals packed with fat and cholesterol that could potentially wreck a diabetes self-care plan. With The Diabetes Seafood Cookbook, author Barbara Seelig-Brown has put together over 100 meals that deliver seafood’s nutrition-dense benefits without skimping on taste. Brown has refined the art of coaxing delicious meals from healthy ingredients, while keeping the process simple and approachable.
Barbara Seelig Brown is a cookbook author, food and wine columnist, culinary educator, and nutritionist. She is the author of Stress Free Cooking (Wimmer Cookbooks) and her recipes were included in the recently released American Heart Association No-Fad Diet book. In addition, Barbara appears as the featured chef in the recently released DVDs by Millennium Interactive Inc., as part of their Fun to Know DVD series. She is a member of the American Dietetic Association, part president of the New York Association of Culinary Professionals (NYACP), and a past board member of The American Heart Association.