WESTPORT, Conn., Dec. 12 /PRNewswire/ -- Kevin Covais of American Idol,
dLifeTV host and Miss America 1999 Nicole Johnson, 10-time Olympic swimming
medallist Gary Hall, Jr., and comedian/actor/dLifeTV correspondent Jim
Turner -- all people with diabetes -- have found a safe and healthy place
to find something great to eat this holiday season: They have all chosen a
favorite recipe from http://www.dLife.com/holidayrecipes.
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A person with diabetes can still enjoy Hanukkah, Kwanzaa, and Christmas
treats including Beef Pot Roast, Bourbon-Glazed Fruit & Nut Stuffed Pork
Roast, and Roasted Butternut Squash with Pecans. These are but a few of the
dozens of innovative and tempting dishes available in the dLife recipe box.
What recipes tantalized our famous friends with diabetes? Kevin Covais
picked Three Kings Colorful Quesadillas. Gary Hall, Jr. chose Irish
Christmas Corned Beef and Cabbage. Nicole Johnson kept with tradition with
Champagne-Roasted Turkey and Jim Turner selected Winter Grilled Corn on the
"For people with diabetes, the holidays are a tough time to make
healthy eating decisions. In fact, people with diabetes often feel left out
or bummed out during big holiday meals and celebrations," says dLife
founder Howard Steinberg. "We appreciate these terrific celebrities, who
are leaders in the diabetes community. They have shared their personal
stories of dealing with diabetes, including sharing their favorite of our
holiday recipes. Hopefully others will be inspired to look up great holiday
foods that are 'carb safe' to eat."
Thanks to the editors at dLife -- for your Diabetes Life, traditional
holiday treats can be enjoyed by everyone in a delicious and healthy way.
They have posted scores of holiday recipes at
http://www.dLife.com/holidayrecipes, featuring everything from appetizers
and entrees to side dishes and desserts. The recipe box is searchable, and
some recipes even include how-to videos to help make preparation a snap.
The creative dLifeTV chefs and many dLife partners are proud to provide
this resource so that people with diabetes can breeze through the holidays
and serve up a spread that would delight guests and family alike -- whether
they have diabetes or not.
dLifeTV is the first and only national weekly lifestyle series devoted
to living with diabetes, and http://www.dLife.com is the largest
independent website with diabetes information. The dLife.com TV Viewing
Room offers original streaming video content-unique and entertaining
diabetes information for people with diabetes, with prediabetes, or who
have a family member with diabetes. dLife, the first and only multimedia
platform for diabetes information, inspiration, and connection, is produced
by LifeMed Media. dLifeTV airs every Sunday evening on CNBC at 7:00pm ET,
6:00pm CT, and 4:00pm PT. dLifeRadio is also heard on stations around the
country and on XM Satellite Radio.
Press Contact: Tom Karlya, dLife