Leading plant-based physician Dr. Neal Barnard is releasing a new vegan cookbook - with a focus on how to manage type 2 diabetes.
Dr. Barnard, the founder and president of the Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine, has authored more than 70 scientific publications, as well as 19 books.
He announced the new book in a tweet.
Dr. Barnard often uses his public platform to talk about health issues
He wrote: "I'm so excited to announce that I'm teaming up with Dreena Burton on a brand new cookbook with 150 delicious, plant-based recipes that can help you beat type 2 diabetes.
"Look for it next month."
According to the book's publisher - Rochdale Books - the book offers an approach to managing diabetes that is 'not based on pills or injections, but on food - the most delicious 'prescription you could imagine'.
PBN interviews Dr. Neal Barnard
Rochdale Books adds: "Written by Dr. Neal Barnard, the unparalleled expert on diabetes and health, with recipes developed by Dreena Burton, bestselling cookbook author and creator of the Plant Powered Kitchen blog, this plant-based cookbook is filled with 150 easy and delicious recipes.
"Inside, expect to find favorite foods like burgers, onion rings, muffins, and pudding, but approached from a healthful angle - focusing on vegetables, fruits, whole grains, and legumes.
"Dr. Barnard also offers thorough explanations about the scientific relationship between nutrition and diabetes, and identifies the ingredients in the book by their vitamins, nutritional properties, and health power in a simple and easy to understand way."
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