At Home With Gladys Knight by Gladys Knight
Her Personal Recipe for Living Well, Eating Right, and Loving Life

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More than a inspirational guide for readers with diabetes!

Gladys Knight doesn't have diabetes, but the disease is never far from her mind. Her mother, Elizabeth Knight, died of complications in 1998 after living successfully with diabetes for 40 years.

Following her mother's death, Gladys started the Elizabeth Knight Fund with the American Diabetes Association to help people living with diabetes. The singing legend has also been eating healthfully and exercising regularly for many years.

At Home With Gladys Knight's is more than a collection of recipes. It's an inspirational guide that people with diabetes can use to lead a full and healthy life with the disease.

More than 100 recipes, including appetizers, desserts, breads, soups, salads and salad dressings, fish, meat, poultry and pasta Features a healthy living section that outlines a successful exercise plan, self-care tips, and nutrition recommendations Includes personal anecdotes from Gladys and captures her mother's heartbreaking yet inspiring fight against diabetes


About Gladys Knight

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Published September 1, 2001 by Amer Diabetes Assn. 204 pages
Genres: Health, Fitness & Dieting, Cooking. Non-fiction

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While fans of Gladys Knight know of her wonderful voice, they probably don't know that Knight has fought to prevent her family's hereditary disease, diabetes.

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