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AT LAST!
Help is here for people with diabetes fighting
their desire for forbidden sweet, sugary foods.

BE PREPARED!

What you are about to discover will amaze and delight you.
You are about to re-think the place chocolate has in your diabetic diet

Chocolate to the Rescue!
Finally You Can Indulge Guilt Free
Learn the truth as to how my yummy, natural Chocolate Against Diabetes actually works!!!



Testimonial Here



Are you quietly devastated at having to give up all those delicious
chocolate treats you enjoyed.

Are you dismayed at a life-time sentence forbidding those yummy cakes,
pastries and sweet treats that made life fun?

Take heart. It does not have to be this way. I am giving you a solution to your woes
and it comes in the form of delicious low GI, diabetes friendly chocolate.

Before I go any further have a look at the sort of delicious chocolaty treats I am referring to



 


Chocolate Truffle Tree Chocolate Mousse Pie    
Windmill Celebration Cake


Coconut Cream Chocolate Gataeu


 

“Oh No!”
I can hear you say…
“Stop tempting me, its torture”.

 



Are you, like millions of other diabetic sufferers around the world, fighting a war between the voices in your head saying “no” to sweet, sugary chocolate treats and your stomach which is betraying all your good intentions by saying “yes, yes, please, please”.

I am here to inform you that it is time for your stomach to have its way and guess what
those voices in your head will be saying “yes” as well.

It’s a win, win solution all around.

Before I go on let me introduce myself…….
Pamela is the author of international selling eBook “Chocolate Against Child Obesity”
 

My name is Pamela Vinten and this is my story …

 

I am a retired Home Economics teacher living on the Gold Coast, Australia. Having studied in Melbourne, I majored in nutrition, food science and biochemistry.

I have maintained a keen interest in nutritional trends for over 40 years and am constantly on the lookout for healthier food options. This was very important to me when I was raising my five children and dealing with the obstacles we all experience while trying to maintain a healthy lifestyle.

This book is the result of the anguish I have felt over the years as I have watched, and (to be truthful) indulged in, the eating of very damaging sweet, chocolaty foods. Let’s face it, who can resist! I am proud to offer you a solution and it comes in the form of my deliciously smooth chocolate that is not only amazingly healthy but diabetic friendly as well.

Enjoy!

 

Here is the truth!

How about a chocolate that is not only low on the glycemic index (GI) but is also incredibly healthy

 

Don’t just believe me when I say these deliciously
tempting treats are all diabetic friendly.
Read the glowing report Angela Counsel, Naturopath and
Nutritionist, wrote after reading my book…


      Angela Counsel
 

As a Naturopath I often see clients who have diabetes or metabolic syndrome and who are struggling to give up the sweet things in their life.  This book provides a solution for them so that they don’t feel like they are feeling left out.  Processed carbohydrates are a real problem in our diet but many people don’t realise the danger that it actually poses to their health.  This book is well researched and provides a very good overview of the causes of metabolic syndrome and diabetes type 2. 

Many of my clients tell me that they find it difficult to manage their diet in social situations or when they are out and about.  There is so much temptation out there, and often they can’t resist.  People who have an issue with weight often don’t understand that one small slip up causes a cascade of hormonal effects within the body, which threatens their long term health. 


Pamela addresses this issue and offers a great solution by going back to nature and finding delicious foods which have great nutritional benefits for everyone.


I have always recommended to my clients that they include raw foods in their diet and coconut oil and cacao butter are always two of the key foods that I suggest, when people are trying to increase their metabolism and burn fat. 


Pamela’s claims regarding the health benefits of cacao butter and coconut oil have been well explained and researched.  People’s fear of fat in our diets has led to the exclusion of some great foods from our diet.  As Pamela discusses it is processed fats that are of significant concern for our health, not the nutritious healthy fats which occur naturally in raw foods. In fact, the types of fats which are found in coconut oil and cacao butter are essential for our good health and actually burn more calories than they give the body.


Pamela’s recipes include lots of healthy, raw ingredients most of which are high in anti-oxidants which can reverse aging of the cells.  There are so many delicious recipes in this book that no one will ever feel that they are missing out by eating healthy, raw foods.

I would recommend this book to anyone who is interested in learning the power of nature’s foods in managing their diabetes and keeping themselves healthy and vibrant. 


Enjoy the fantastic recipes, but remember “moderation”.

Angela Counsel (B HSc Comp Med; Adv Dip Nat; Dip Nut)  
Naturopath and Nutritionist
The Ambaa Tree Natural Health Centre
Frenchs Forest, Sydney, NSW

 

Chocolate Against Diabetes!



I know it’s hard to believe so before I go any further let me give you some cold hard facts about normal chocolate…

When you think of chocolate what springs to mind is store-bought processed chocolate.

Very early on in its production when it was still a bean it was once a powerhouse of nutrition and had a very low GI (glycemic index).

During processing it has been heat treated many times then had “bad” fats, sugar and many chemical additives added.

The end result is an empty, sugar laden, unhealthy food not very suitable if you have diabetes except in very small portions – and we all know how hard it is to stick to the “small portions” rule when it comes to chocolate!

What a shame to destroy such a healthy food through processing, sweetening and putting in additives!

Now the Good News…

Have you ever seen a picture of natural chocolate beans – they are actually called cacao (ka-cow) beans. This is what they look like in their natural state:





Cacao Tree



Open Cacao Pod



Cacao Beans



The truth is that my chocolate is not heat processed so it is still brimming with enzymes, vitamins and nutrition. No sugar or bad fats are added and there are no hidden chemical additives to wreak havoc in your body.

This chocolate has been called “the food of the gods” because it retains all the goodness from when it was picked to when you eat it

If my chocolate has no added sugar then how can it be sweet? Easy! All my recipes use either:


Stevia, a natural sweetener with no calories and a GI value of ZERO is up to 400 times sweeter than sugar

Maple syrup, a low GI, natural sweetener that has many beneficial properties for diabetes suffers



“Latest Research”

Chocolate Can Boost Your Health


High levels of chocolate consumption might be associated with a one third reduction in the risk of developing heart disease, finds a study published by British Medical Journal today. Five studies reported a beneficial link between higher levels of chocolate consumption and the risk of cardiovascular events. They found that the "highest levels of chocolate consumption were associated with a 37% reduction in cardiovascular disease and a 29% reduction in stroke compared with lowest levels”.
The World Health Organization predicts that by 2030, nearly 23.6 million people will die from heart disease. However, lifestyle and diet are key factors in preventing heart disease, says the paper.
A number of recent studies have shown that eating chocolate has a positive influence on human health due to its antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties. This includes reducing blood pressure and improving insulin sensitivity (a stage in the development of diabetes).

“Chocolate consumption and cardiometabolic disorders: systematic review and meta-analysi”

The findings will be presented at the European Society of Cardiology Congress in Paris at 10:10 hrs (Paris time) / 09:10 hrs (UK time) on Monday 29 August 2011 by Dr Oscar H Franco, Department of Public Heath and Primary Care, University of Cambridge, UK



Amazingly, all my chocolate recipes are low GI,
diabetic friendly and still classified as a “super food”!

That was a lot to read and digest so how about
something easy on the eyes!

Check out these amazing pictures of some of my everyday recipes that all use my healthy chocolate and can safely have a definite place in your diabetic diet.

Don’t they look delicious!
Appricot Slice
Choc Walnut Caramel Log
    Chocolate Swirl Cheesecake Chocolate Mint Slice

 

My diabetic friendly chocolate recipes are
your ticket to freedom! Who can resist!

Christmas is a time to share with family and friends, to enjoy good food
and these healthy, chocolate treats have proved to be a favorite.


Hazelnut Truffles
Snowy Christmas
 



Ice-Cream Ball With
Raspberry Cherry Sauce
 



Easter can also be a problem for diabetics!

We all like giving and receiving chocolate Easter Eggs but for diabetics too many are a definite NO NO! Type 2 diabetes is on the increase in children due to a world-wide epidemic of childhood obesity. Now you don’t have to give the kids any more of those sugar laden chocolate Easter treats. Try these healthy alternatives on the kids. They will thank you for it.


Chocolate Nests with Eggs
Ice-Cream Nests
Snow Bunny and Chocolate Bunny



I can hear you saying…

“I don’t think it’s possible for chocolate to be that healthy and diabetic friendly and still taste delicious.”

Okay…

Don’t take my word for it. Read what one self confessed chocoholic had to say after tasting it…



No Way That’s Good For You!


 



I am a chocoholic! I love chocolate but I am also very picky and fussy when it comes to what chocolate I eat. I was really pleasantly surprised at just how good your guilt free chocolate tastes and feels in my mouth. I eat lots of chocolate so I was very sceptical that you could create a healthy chocolate that tastes great – but you did it! Eating the slice was a yummy pleasure. No way that’s good for you. It tastes too good! The only bad thing was I needed more samples!



… Andrew Grant, Gold Coast, Australia



I have used my research, findings, background and knowledge in nutrition to write this book titled…

“Chocolate Against Diabetes”

Why? …

Healthy living has long been a passion of mine and this eBook is in response to my anguish at seeing the widespread consumption of very unhealthy snack foods especially chocolate treats.

Research has shown that diabetes is fast becoming a worldwide epidemic largely due to our poor life-style choices. Poor diet and sugar consumption, are no doubt some of the main offenders.

There is a wide spread lack of knowledge around what natural foods to eat to avoid diabetes and other metabolic imbalances in a world that does not support health and nutrition.

To give you the latest findings and make informed decisions

A deliciously healthy diabetic friendly alternative to the chocolate treats you loved

 



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These are some of the comments that I have received from people that have enjoyed my natural, healthy chocolate treats and deserts



Thank you Pamela for saving me from myself.

I am a diet controlled type 2 diabetic and most of the time I am ok. However my weekness is luscious desserts when I am entertaining or out to dinner. Unfortunately I usually succumb and pay the price the next day with a whopping headache and generally feel unwell. Since I have been making Pamela’s delicious recipes I can now indulge freely with no ill effect. The Chocolate Mousse Pie is my favourite and all my friends love it now as well. Thank you Pamela for saving me from myself.

Sue McLachlin, Science Operations Officer, Gold Coast, Australia




At last, you can indulge in sweet, 
delicious chocolate treats that are 
actually good for diabetics.




I can’t believe that there is no sugar.




I have always had a sweet tooth for chocolate and my main nemesis has been ‘Cherry Ripe’ and ‘Coconut Ruffs’ chocolate candy bars. To satisfy my chocolate cravings I would buy and eat these chocolate bars and then suffer the consequence of high blood sugar levels, not very good for me or my health!

How great it is to have found natural chocolate recipes (Choc Nut Bites and Chocolate Haystacks) that I can enjoy even though I am type 2 diabetic. I can’t believe that there is no sugar in any of the chocolate treats and deserts. I can eat these yummy chocolate treats and my health won’t suffer.

When I read your book “Chocolate Against Diabetes” I was amazed at the wonderful and easy to make recipes. Finally, I can enjoy chocolate again which has a sweet taste that actually tastes natural.

Thank you very much.



Bruce Lang, ESM, Gold Coast, Australia




 



So now you think this
is just a book full of
delicious, diabetic
friendly chocolate
recipes.

Not So!




 

My Book “Chocolate Against Diabetes”…

Is jam packed with useful information on diabetes to help you understand and manage this condition.

Reveals new research on diabetes which uncovers the role of certain foods that are of benefit to diabetic sufferers.

It also explains the down-side of this research and brings to light some foods with very serious and harmful side-effects.

I only use “healthy oils’ in my recipes which stimulate the metabolism and can help in weight loss. As obesity is one of the leading risk factors for diabetes this is especially important.

For the sake of your health you need to have up to date information and this book provides a lot of the latest findings.

You may be innocently damaging your body by
being misinformed or worse uninformed!

You are also about to discover in my book why my chocolate recipes are so good for diabetics…


 

They do not contain processed flour or grains, milk, sugar or any high GI foods resulting in a very low GI chocolate – perfect for diabetics

They are high in anti-oxidants which, according to researchers at the University College of London, lowers the risk of developing diabetes

Discover the disastrous effect milk has on anti-oxidants

They are high in the three minerals that we, in developed countries, are most deficient in…

- Magnesium
- Chromium
- Iron

The important role each of these minerals plays in the managing of diabetes

Why my chocolate is sweetened with Stevia or maple syrup. Learn the amazing properties of these diabetic friendly natural sweeteners.

Overall good health is important when managing diabetes. My chocolate has been described as “the most nutritious food on the planet”

Many recipes use coconut oil which has earned the title “the healthiest oil on the planet”

Discover what common spice has been shown to act as a blood sugar lowering agent. And yes, you guessed it, it features prominently in the recipes!

So what else do I get in this great Book?

A glossary of the terms used in the book such as glucose, syndrome X, insulin, etc….

Information about how a healthy body works in relation to sugar metabolism

Explanation of what diabetes is and the various types such as type 1, type 2….

The risk factors for diabetes

The reason why sugar is more significant than fat for weight gain

Why snacking after dinner can worsen your diabetes – a must-read to prevent you inadvertently sabotaging all your good efforts to manage your diabetes

Why you must eat for a healthy pancreas (the organ than produces insulin to regulate blood sugar)

Discover what food eaten everyday by nearly everyone in the western world destroys the insulin producing cells in the pancreas and why. This one is scary and hopefully will influence you to stop eating this common food!

Explanation of what GI (glycemic index) is and why it is important for diabetics

An in-depth analysis of the sweeteners used in my chocolate recipes

Why my unprocessed chocolate is more healthy than store-bought processed chocolate

A comparison of the nutrients found in unprocessed chocolate compared to processed chocolate. This is staggering!

Why choose raw food and how it can greatly benefit diabetics

A description of the unique ingredients used in the recipes

Helpful chocolate making tips to ensure you get a perfect result every time

Best of all the 36 delicious, easy and fun chocolate
recipes all with full color pictures


Chocolate Nut Bites
Petit Fours
Chocolate Truffles



Okay Pam… Enough, this sounds like the answer to my
diabetic woes I have been looking for…

“I’m sure that you will appreciate the research, time, effort and hard work that I have put into this eBook to ensure that you are getting the latest and best information as well as 36 original diabetic friendly chocolate recipes.”

 

 



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I have spent many years coming up with these recipes that would do justice to my delicious chocolate, so to help you make up your mind about buying this great resource, I am going to give you some extra FREE Bonuses if you order today.



Bonus Book 1

Helpful Hints For Diabetics


A series of 26 articles that every diabetic will find beneficial. The articles include such topics as: Foot Care For Diabetics, Useful Fruits For Diabetics, Travel Tips For Diabetics, Beneficial Foods For Diabetic, Smoking and Diabetes and more.

Value $19.95

Bonus Book 2

Exercise Without Effort 


Exercise is an important part of managing your diabetes. This is a simple exercise book that anybody can do. It is not too strenuous and has little or no cost associated with doing them. It covers things like: “Can a trip to the mall keep you in shape?”, “Breathe your weight trim” and “Weightlifting without lifting weights”

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Bonus Book 3


Printer Friendly Version “Chocolate Against Diabetes”

From my own experience I have found that having a printed copy of recipe eBooks is invaluable. You can insert the pages of your favorite recipes into your own folders to make it easier to work with. Bearing this in mind we give you a printer friendly copy of the eBook “Chocolate Against Diabetes”. It contains all the recipes but without the color photographs and graphics.

Value $19.95

 

Just picture this for a moment… 

Imagine the peace of mind it will bring you knowing that you can once again indulge in rich, sweet, delicious chocolate desserts and treats especially when you know that they are all guilt free and diabetic friendly

Even your non-diabetic family and friends will be asking “Where did you get the recipe, this is delicious?”

Your diabetic friends saying “I wish I had known this information years ago”

What price do you put on your health?

 



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Because I want to make this life changing information available to as many people as possible I am going to offer it to you at an introductory price of $29.95.


Okay, so let's recap…


What You Get Value Your Investment My main eBook
“Chocolate Against Diabetes” $49.95 $29.95 Bonus #1
“Helpful Hints For Diabetics” $19.95 $0.00 Bonus # 2
“Exercise Without Effort” $19.95 $0.00 Bonus #3
Printer friendly copy of “Chocolate Against Diabetes” $19.95 $0.00 Total Value  $109.80 You Only Pay $29.95


Well…

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Continue as you are wanting those sweet chocolate treats you love but denying yourself because you want to manage your diabetes

OR

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Is there really any choice?

All you have to do is click on the Order Now Button below and change forever the way you look at chocolate and diabetes. It is that easy.

 

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