The title Stop Prediabetes Now may come across at first glance as something of a political call to arms, however, once you start to read the book you’ll see that the campaign is more on a one to one level from author to reader.
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Ultimately however, it is a book aimed at those on the verge of prediabetes who are seeking to make changes to their lifestyle.
A very direct assessment
Stop Prediabetes Now starts with an explanation of pre-diabetes and how it can develop and includes questionnaires to help assess whether you could be pre-diabetic
Jack is very direct with the reader, but also very clear. Included as you go along are a number of case studies.
Explaining insulin levels
Some will be greatly taken in by the explanations about insulin levels but if this part is not for you, bear with it as the middle of the book provides some great guides get you on track.
Healthy eating and tailored recipes
The chapters on how to shop and what to look for in a variety of restaurants are also well worth a read.