Cooking for Diabetes

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Re: Cooking for Diabetes

Postby Bill23wse » Wed Mar 14, 2012 7:58 am

Diabetes is now a days much worst disease which can increase the weight and makes your bones week. If you want to stay away from diabetes then don't eat sugar.
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Re: Cooking for Diabetes

Postby levliza » Fri Mar 16, 2012 7:38 am

Any food you can take in just check it into your diet and insulin intake.
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Re: Cooking for Diabetes

Postby alexdiets » Mon Mar 19, 2012 12:51 am

Keep track of your meals with a meal planner. This will tell you how many carbohydrate choices that you should be eating from meal to meal, be sure to include snacks. Men should eat 3-5 carbohydrate choices at each meal and 0-2 carbohydrate choices for each snack works well. Women should eat 2-4 carbohydrate choices at each meal and 0-2 carbohydrate choices for each snack works well. You should visit your dietitian for appropriate carbohydrate intake to meet your individual needs.

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Re: Cooking for Diabetes

Postby alexaroger » Fri Apr 06, 2012 6:26 pm

One of my family friends says that one of the reasons for Diabetes is eating the rice cooked in a Pressure Cooker, because of which we are eating the major portion of starch in the cooked rice
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Re: Cooking for Diabetes

Postby AliciaParker » Thu Nov 08, 2012 5:47 am

If you are cooking food for diabetic people then you should use less sugar and jaggery. Some tasty diabetic recipes make it easier, and the whole family can enjoy them as well. Ovens and microwaves are best to cook diabetic food.


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Re: Cooking for Diabetes

Postby katewillson » Fri Jul 31, 2015 10:41 pm

hannyflow wrote:One of the best things you can do to help a family member has diabetes is to ensure that you eat meals at regular times every day, not skipping meals. To help regulate blood sugar should eat constant amount of carbohydrates in each meal. Paris airport transportation Eat well and manage diabetes. Our diabetic cookbooks to help you plan all meals and maintain a healthy lifestyle. Balance of carbohydrates a person eats and the amount of insulin the blood sugar after eating. calculation of carbohydrates can also help you plan your meals.



i just found out that i have type 2 diabetes,im 16,and id like some healthy cook books.thanks
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