The Diabetes Comfort Food Diet Cookbook: 200 Delicious Dishes to Help You Lose Weight and Balance Blood Sugar
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Creamy mac and cheese, fried chicken, chocolate brownies. Think you can't indulge in your favorite foods because you have diabetes? Think again! With this Prevention-approved plan, you'll discover how to enjoy all of your favorite dishes without experiencing a single blood sugar spike.
Based on cutting-edge research and an easy 3-step program, The Diabetes Comfort Food Diet Cookbook transforms your most-loved dishes into diabetes-friendly meals that will promote weight loss and reverse insulin resistance, while leaving you guilt free. Featuring 200 satisfying comfort food recipes like Chocolate-Banana-Stuffed French Toast, Chicken and Dumplings, and Southern Pecan Bread Pudding, you'll finally be able to enjoy the meals you crave while lowering your blood sugar.
(G) 1 small apple3.0½ cup applesauce1.8 1 cup bran flakes5.01 cup frosted flakes1.0 1 cup steamed kale4.01 cup boiled kale3.0 Natural granola bar5.0Chewy granola bar1.0 � fresh mango (40 g)4.07 pieces dried mango (40 g)2.0 1 slice sprouted whole grain bread3.01 slice white bread1.0 STEP 3: FAVOR FATS Now you know to spread your fiber-filled carbohydrates evenly throughout the day. What goes on the rest of your plate? For starters, lean proteins like beans, eggs, tofu, chicken, and fish should
previously, olive oil and canola oil are the healthy oils to cook with. Use canola oil when cooking over high heat and olive oil when making dressings or using low heat. Canola oil is best for baking, as olive oil’s strong flavors may overwhelm a quick bread or cookie. The best methods for cooking vegetables are steaming or sautéing in a broth with a little bit of olive or canola oil and lots of garlic. If you sauté in broth (or white wine or lemon juice), incorporate that broth into the dish to
tools for dietary change to manage blood sugar, lose weight, and achieve long-term health. In Chapter 1, we introduced START. This five-stage plan is designed to help you make the lifestyle changes needed to avert diabetes and the risks associated with long-term insulin resistance. Flip back to here, reread the descriptions, and figure out where you are on your journey, whether it is Shock, Tiptoeing, Achieving, Repeating, or Time. Remember that your nutrition goals will be tailored to your
appointment, he set new goals to overcome some of his daily challenges. 1. Vary afternoon snacks and incorporate a protein and a fat. For example: � cup hummus with 5 Ak-Mak crackers (1 ounce) and 1 cup carrots or 1 to 2 tablespoons natural, salt-free peanut butter on 2 pieces of Ezekiel bread. 2. Eat mixed meals, especially at dinner. Make grilled chicken breasts ahead of time on Sunday to add to dinners later in the week that are typically just carbs, such as pasta. 3. Increase fiber.
walnuts gives you a dose of the omega-3 fatty acid ALA. GO GREEK Whether no fat or low fat, Greek yogurt is typically low in carbohydrates, containing only 7 to 14 grams of carbs per 6-ounce serving. Look for Greek yogurt with 20 to 50 percent of your daily value of calcium to help keep your bones strong. TEX-MEX BREAKFAST PIZZA PREP TIME: 10 MINUTES ■ TOTAL TIME: 25 MINUTES Makes 4 servings 4 low-carb whole wheat flour tortillas (6" diameter) 2 tablespoons olive oil 1 small onion, thinly