Blood Sugar by Michael Moore
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Chef Michael Moore was busy running his restaurant, cooking on television, climbing theranks of top chefs in the world and travelling the globe. Michael was already living withdiabetes. For a top chef surrounded by great food, he faced the ultimate challenge of healthyeating and living. One day out of the blue, he suffered a major stroke while out to dinner withhis family, an event that changes his outlook on life and food forever.Being a diabetic doesn't mean you are stuck in a gastronomic wilderness. You can have greatfood that's unexpected and exciting. It's all about keeping your blood sugar under control andbalancing the ingredients to help you maintain good health,' says Michael.Packing with inspiration Blood Sugar includes nutritional tips, food balance and ideas for ahealthy life, and stunning recipes for home-cooking, entertaining an family life.Blood Sugar breaks the mould in diabetic cooking! It's for anyone who is inspired by greatfood.From a funky mezze plate, a hot Caesar salad, paella fried rice, seafood pie to fantasticdesserts you never knew you were allowed to eat.

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From early and simple beginnings in the UK, Michael Moore started out in some of London's best restaurants, including the Cafe Royal and 45 Park Lane. His first job in Australia was in Kables, and from there he moved to head chef at Pruniers in Woollahara, Bonne Femme, Wildfire, Group Director of Food for Sofitel Hotels and Resorts Australasia and consulting Director of Food at the Sydney Opera House. Michael Moore has appeared on television for the last eight years throughout Australia.
Published March 1, 2013 by New Holland Australia. 240 pages
Genres: Cooking. Non-fiction

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Despite embracing healthy behaviors in a profession that often embraces vices, Australian chef Moore was shocked to discover he was diabetic at age 35. After suffering a diabetes-related stroke, he vo

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