Diabetic recipes for easy breakfast

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Avatar f tn I am currently on the hcg injections from the Native Healing Ways clinic. Does anyone have any recipes for this 500 calorie diet? The information that the clinic has provided does list a few recipes but I would like to expand a bit as I am becoming board with current food choices. Also, I am mostly a vegetarian but eat some fish. Thanks!
1666434 tn?1325265950 I thought it might be helpful if we made a thread that shared some of your favorite diabetic safe recipes. This can just be something you make yourself all the time or a recipe you converted to be safe.
Avatar n tn There are a few popular diets and their prepackaged meals that work okay for the Type II diabetic - South Beach is okay for the most part (not all of it), Atkins is okay. Read the ADA's web site and you'll get some great info. If you do have Type II this will have to be a lifestyle change and regardless of insurance, diet and carb control is what every doctor will tell a Type II diabetic is the most critical thing to do. We can't take insulin - that's not our problem.
Avatar n tn I modified a few of the recipes to my own tastes but was SOOO glad I bought it. I will make many of the recipes for life because I really liked them. I don't know if Med Help will edit out the URL or not so I'll paste it both ways.
Avatar m tn This is something i have been dealing with on and off for years. For a good year it was gone. Basically i have IBS. Sometimes i will not go #2 for 3-4 days. And if i dont go and i over eat, i will get really sick basically, i'll over eat then feel nausea for hours and hours, when i finally do have the urge to throw up, its dry heaving hours later. This landed me in the hospital once with the same symptoms and xrays basically confirmed i was packed from stem to stern.
393685 tn?1425816122 I really do not have a "diet per say", just weird eating habits. My biggest deal is I HATE to eat alone. I have to be around people & when I do eat, it is usually slices of deli meat with chips, tuna or soup. I really do not eat bread or other sides dishes, just give me the meat & chips and I am a happy camper....I crave the protein & chips, I can't explain why I just do. I am not a breakfast eater or rarely eat lunch.
572651 tn?1531002957 A quiet week ahead for me hopefully after an emotional rollercoaster last week as I celebrated my 5 month anniversary of MS ( only 2 mths official dx). Today I visited my friendly Chiropractor for my fortnightly session. Unfortunately, I have had to drop this to a once a month session as I have reached my insurance limit. Tomorrow I visit the Physiotherapist who is going to do a check up after a fall about a month ago and also develop a strength and exercise program for me.
175915 tn?1189759422 ) I lost 15lbs in 6 weeks and to be honest, I only followed the diet for breakfast, lunch and snacks... then I tried to just eat a sensible dinner (or if it wasn't sensible, I tried to eat a small portion). Good luck!
269786 tn?1243797307 Boiled eggs or egg whites on toast for breakfast, yogurt for a snack, some walnuts or almonds or chicken on a salad for lunch, and a nice chicken breast with steamed veggies for dinner.
370181 tn?1428180348 I drank fruit juice by the gallons for my heart. WRONG AGAIN!!!!!!!!!! Strawberries, good for the heart, bad for the blood. On and on until I gave up. If I could afford to see a Dietician, I'd be there in a minute, but it's obvious I can't. I've looked on the net for "Good Foods to Eat to Prevent Diabetes" and instead of a nice long list of actual names of foods, there were more diagrams and pie charts and arrows going up and down.......... OH, btw, I am a total carb addict.
547836 tn?1302836432 Oatmeal is an excellent breakfast food. You shouldn't eat any junk food. What are you doing the treatment for if not for your health? You can snack on whole grain fig bars, dried fruit, and nuts if you have a craving. There is nothing good about ingesting large amount of fat, processed carbohydrates, and sugar. You don't want to be cured of HCV only to give yourself a heart condition. The veggie issue is harder. It sounds like you're not used to cooking vegetables.
1550026 tn?1299339682 Hi Jennifer, I have Hashimoto's but have also gotten into Insulin Resisitance and Metabolic syndrome. I am an RN so I tried the traditional medical path first. After 3 Endocrinologists, I finally found a "functional medicine" doc. She is an M.D. but medical and surgical solutions are not her first choice for treatment. I did the micronutrient testing and discovered extremely low Bioitin levels which accounted for massive hair loss.
649848 tn?1534637300 M's may not have done as much damage, weight wise, as you think, but that would depend on how much you ate for breakfast and lunch, as well, plus how much energy you burned. Loss of 1-2 lbs/week is considered safe weight loss, so if you ended up losing 1 lb over the week, you did well.
335728 tn?1331418012 I have never been one to eat breakfast and although I know it was not good for me there have been many days when I don't eat lunch either. I have in the last two weeks eaten a bowl of cereal for breakfast every morning and now I know that wasn't the way to go. I have also ensured that I eat lunch every day and a small meal at supper. This really stinks if I am finally trying to be a good girl and this is what it gets me eh?
Avatar n tn I've been type 1 diabetic for 17 yrs, on tight control therapy for 16, I'm a woman and I'm a professional dancer. So the weight issue has always been a big one in my life. You've got some good info already. However, I didn't read through everything, there were some rather long posts...so if I'm repeating anything I apologize but here's my two cents ;) First off, insulin is a growth hormone, if you are taking more then you need, you will gain weight.
Avatar m tn Eggs in the microwave? Say it isn't true!!!
544292 tn?1268886268 Or need more info like I do. ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- http***mb.rxlist.com/rxboard/ultram.pl?noframes;read=3179 not just for breakfast anymore Posted By: mkny Date: Friday, 21 October 2005, at 3:53 a.m. Hey, just stumbled into this list looking for some stuff on neurotransmitters. Started reading posts from May... now several hours later, gotta comment.
Avatar n tn Does anyone have experience with this medication for children who are not diabetic and have been given Metformin for weight loss? We are concerned about the possible side-effects of this medication.
Avatar f tn Had to have a form filled out by a doctor (weight, height, blood pressure) -- went to a walk in clinic, $65, and $212 for shots. Started the shots, super easy, no pain, no marks even, self-administered. 1/4 inch long needle. Also, Pounds and Inches manuscript can be found at http://hcgdietinfo.com/HCG_Diet_Dr_Simeons_Manuscript.
Avatar m tn I am currently back to taking sylimn, which does not work as well as the victoza. Victoza is a great medication for helping a type 2 diabetic to control their appetite and to lose weight. I want to thank you all for being so open and honest with your responses. I am willing to give it a try based on all the wonderful experiences you all have shared with me. Lets continue to stay in touch to compare to notes on victoza and weight loss results.
251922 tn?1193786078 Even though I am doing phase 1 I eat vlcd with the exception of one organic egg for breakfast. and if I need a snack, I have organic nuts. I think I have more to lose than any one else here. I started at 287 and I am 5'5'. I would like to be back at 135-150. Just to be <200 will be wonerful! My weight loss has been all over. Not just one area. Hopefully when I start injections the loss will be in the problem areas. Mainly my stomach.
Avatar n tn It's a very common operation, and most older folks have a few things wrong with them. In general they are easy to manage for surgery. The laparascopic proceedure is generally much quicker to get over than the old way. Most older folks would be kept in the hospital a day or two longer than younger ones.
Avatar f tn carrots, zucchini, meat --) go well together - top it with ginger sesame or teriyaki dressing and it's delicious. this lady has some good recipes for all kinds of different things so I thought I'd just give you a quick link : http://aveggieventuresrecipebox.blogspot.com/2005/03/alphabet-of-vegetables_6295.html. and yeah brussel sprouts are not my thing either... I can safely say I loathe the things lol.
620923 tn?1452919248 I put spinach on nearly everything and have spinach salads, also lots of tomatoes and peppers - Lots of seasoning makes everything taste great! - Always eat breakfast - I have a 32oz water jug and try to hit the 64oz everyday. Some days it's easy, some days not! - Portion control is a side effect of my medication, conveniently My weakness is soda. I have usually no more than two 12oz per day, but the caffeine helps my headaches a lot so sometimes it's more.
544292 tn?1268886268 I stick with it because I remember how the T-train caused INCREASED pain all over my body, in places I never imagined I could have pain. I stick with it because I can remember what it was like to be in the FOG of TRAM, to walk into a room, and forget why I was there, I stick with it because I would rather not get killed on my motorcycle from being too fogged to care what I was doing.
Avatar n tn I don't know, everything seems so confusing. I did search the Davita meal plan -- they had one for regular patients and one for diabetic patients -- but I was shocked that there was so much refined foods---even for the diabetic plan. My husband isn't diabetic but has a metabolic disorder that could lead him there if he doesn't watch his intake of sugar and processed foods. Right now I want to have him to eat plenty of vegetables and fruits with limited grains and protein.
Avatar n tn chris2989, is your mom needing to lose some weight, is that why you want her to try the hcg? Well here was the diet I've been on. I was drinking a slim fast drink for breakfast, apple for a snack, slim fast bar for lunch, and then for dinner 1 boneless, skinless piece of chicken grilled with 1 cup of veggies (no butter or anything) and a half a cup of brown wild rice every other day. That's it.
Avatar n tn Right now I can only take it once at night and 3 times a day on the week-end. If I take it for breakfast or during the day I won't be able to go to work...Well, this week I am going to really be good to see if it works. Will let you know what happens when I weigh myself next Sat...Good luck to all of us...
Avatar n tn From what I have noticed, the best protocol to follow would be Dr Simeons protocol. I had friends following Trudeaus & they kept flitlining in their weight loss. I have completed one 23 day cycle with a weight loss of 28ls, had 3 weeks off & now on day 13 of my second round with an addition 14 lbs weight loss. For the non math people, thats 41 lbs in 60 days! I have stuck to the 500 calorie per day regime. Breakfast. Coffee & Stevia for sweetner.
Avatar f tn My doctor need numerous tests to see if there was an underlining problem he wasn't aware of, but there wasn't. 6 years later I have lost 81 lbs. - it hasn't been easy. I stick with a light breakfast, normally a salad with fish @ lunch, and normally a small salad & fruit for dinner (DRINKS LOTS OF WATER). I also changed my cooking habits. I only use kosher/sea salt, Mrs.Dash, and lots of fresh herbs to marinate meats & vegetables with, use Xtra-Olive Oil (not cooking oils).