Wednesday, 23 October 2013

Diabetes Recipes To Control Diabetes

          Diabetes Recipes To Control Diabetes
How is diabetes managed? Planning your food consumption Three things will have a major impact on your blood glucose and blood lipids (cholesterol, triglycerides) levels
• What you eat
• How much you eat
• When you eat
Eating well is one of life's greatest pleasures. Fortunately, having diabetes does not prevent you from enjoying a wide variety of foods. People with diabetes have the same nutritional needs as anyone else. Learn to eat well-balanced meals in the correct amounts, stay fit, and take your prescribed medications, and you can thrive with diabetes.
Eat To Beat Diabetes
How do you know what to eat?
Try to eat a variety of foods and to be aware of which foods contain carbohydrate. Carbohydrate raises blood sugar higher and more quickly than any other nutrient does.
• A dietitian or diabetes educator can help you learn to keep track of how much carbohydrate you eat and how much you need.
• Protein, fat, and fibber do not raise blood sugar as much as carbohydrate does. If you eat a lot of these nutrients in a meal, your blood sugar will rise more slowly than it would otherwise.
• Spread carbohydrate throughout the day. Eat some carbohydrate at all meals, but do not eat too much at any one time. Carbohydrate is found in sugar, breads and cereals, fruit, starchy vegetables such as potatoes and corn, and milk and yogurt.
I’ll share with u two healthy, low fat, & low carbohydrate recipes, which are u make sure like to eat.

Spinach omelet

Serves : 1
• olive oil
• 2 eggs
• fresh garlic
• 30g baby spinach leaves, torn
• fresh spinach leaves
• 1 1/2 tablespoons grated Parmesan cheese
• cherry tomatoes
• 1/4 teaspoon onion powder
• eggs
• 1/8 teaspoon ground nutmeg
• mushrooms
• salt and pepper to taste

Prep: 3min
› Cook: 3min
› Ready in: 6min

1. Put olive oil in pan. Put in eggs like you would scrambled eggs. When eggs are just a bit runny still add mushrooms, garlic and fresh spinach. Spinach will shrink. Add as much as you would like for personal preference. Then add cherry tomatoes and saute for a bit and you're on your simple, and good. Salt and pepper to taste.

2. In a bowl, beat the eggs and stir in the baby spinach and Parmesan cheese. Season with onion powder, nutmeg, salt and pepper.

3. In a small frying pan coated with cooking oil spray over medium heat, cook the egg mixture about 3 minutes, until partially set. Flip and continue cooking 2 to 3 minutes. Reduce heat to low and continue cooking 2 to 3 minutes or to desired denseness.
Diabetics friendly Pumpkin
Serves: 2
• 250 gm pumpkin cut in small pieces
• 2 tomatoes chopped
• 2 teaspoon sunflower oil
• 1 small piece of ginger grated
• 1 green chili chopped
• 1/2 teaspoon each of Jeera (cumin),cinnamon powder, fenugreek, powdered Gram masala
• few coriander leaves chopped
• 1/2 teaspoon each of 2-3 bay leaves, coriander powder, chili powder, turmeric powder
• salt as per taste
Prep: 5min
› Cook: 10min
› Ready in: 15min
1. Cut pumpkin into small pieces. Also chop small pieces of green chilli, ginger and tomatoes. Put 2 teaspoon of oil into a pan and let it heat. Put jeera , fenugreek and bay leaves into the oil till they turn dark brown, then put powdered garam masala. Immediately after putting garam masala, put chopped tomato pieces, green chilli and ginger pieces altogether and stir them. Put red chilly powder, turmeric powder and salt as per taste. Now put pumpkin pieces and keep stirring for some time to mix all. Now place the lid tightly. This vegetable does not take much time, wait for 5-7 minutes & then open the lid. Spray cinnamon powder and coriander leave to garnish. This vegetable is good for diabetics & it is tasty too.

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