Diabetic recipes with nuts

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Avatar n tn Cheese, eggs, cold meats, vegetable sticks with cream based dips, nuts (best are macadamias and other high fat nuts - peanuts and cashews are best limited as they are high carb). You may get used to not having such sweetened foods over time. You may get more ideas by looking at low carb / keto / paleo recipes.
Avatar f tn 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!
93532 tn?1349374050 I plan on making a few recipes this weekend to send to work with John next week. He also works with non-diabetic folks, I would like for them to enjoy these treats as well. Cookies, fudge, anything I can sub Splenda into that doesn't taste awful or screw with the texture much. I know fudge is unlikely given the texture, but you know what I mean ;-) Thanks, ladies!!
Avatar n tn I'm not a medical professional, I'm just the parent of a kid with diabetes. I'm not as familiar with your condition as I am with the diabetic version of lows. Typically a low does not happen because of a lack of exercise, but can from too much exercise. Exercise may get your body back to a normal regimen which could make your body react better, but I really don't know. Eating more and smaller meals may put less stress on your system, that may be something to try.
1666434 tn?1325265950 WaveRider that's an excellent recipe, the frustrating thing with the site that you pointed out, is I sometimes have to try several variations of a recipe until I find the one that is "good." And with diabetic recipes especially it helps when you have some others backing up a recipe as their favorite tried and true recipe that they like.
158939 tn?1274918797 I've been reading over the RAI diets and have a rather crazy question for you all. If you are diabetic (or pre-diabetic, depending on the doctor) and really stick to a low-carb diet, just what in the heck can you still eat while you are on the RAI diet?? My lean meats, cheeses, low-carb yogurt are all on the "NO" list for RAI. I know I won't be venturing into any restaurants or fast-food places but I'm a little lost on what to stock up on.
3060903 tn?1398568723 Joel Fuhrman believes that healing through food is the key to a healthy lifestyle. His alternate food pyramid starts with foods high in micro-nutrients as the base. These foods not only contain vitamins and minerals that are essential to helping the body repair itself, they also have immune-boosting phytochemicals. Added to Articles on Mon 09/17/2012 Rather than supplementing with vitamins, Dr.
203342 tn?1328740807 TO ALL PET OWNERS WITH A DOG WITH CUSHINGS DISEASE. I HAVE A BRINDLE PIT BULL TERRIER, 11 YEARS OLD. HER NAME IS TAZ. SHE'S HAD CUSHINGS FOR 3 TO 4 YEARS. SHE STARTED DRINKING WATER EXCESSIVLY AND COULDN'T HELP BUT URINATE ALL OVER THE HOUSE. HER HUNGER WAS LIKE SHE COULDN'T GET ENOUGH FOOD. THEN THE PANTING STARTED ALL THE TIME. I'D WAKE UP IN THE MIDDLE OF THE NIGHT AND SHE WOULD BE WIDE AWAKE CRYING BESIDE HER WATER BOWL. IT WAS SO SAD. I COULD SEE WAS SUFFERING.
Avatar m tn Hi, i see it's been a while since you posted your question on Victoza and weight loss. The first 7 days of taking this medicine and watching my calorie and nutrient intake, i've lost 7 lbs. in 7 days. i was no happy about taking this, since i have hypo-thyroid & there were 3 months my regular thyroid medication was off the market.
8369322 tn?1397830269 I still dont know what drugs your taking or what your eating... as I said carbs raise BG ALL carbs whole wheat will raise your BG almost as much as plane wheat. I dont know what diet your folowing other than "this site" Well I just looked up "Diabetic Recipes: Super Bowl snacks" http://www.medhelp.org/diabetes/articles/Diabetic-Recipes-Super-Bowl-Snacks/332 this is diabetic freindly food? NUTRITION FACTS PER SERVING: Calories: 232, Total Fat: 3 g (1 g sat.
1858622 tn?1319816803 Where can I get a cookbook that has pre diabetic and cholesterol recipes? His downfall is smoking cigarettes and drinking beer. He really does not do much with my daughter or myself. When he gets home, it's talk radio and beer. Then it's dinner,TV and he falls asleep.Now he's been told he needs to exercise. He does not have any hobbies so now he has to be motivated to change.
Avatar n tn Diagnosed with what? Is your husband healthy and at a good weight? It's hard to recommend anything when you haven't said in this post what you're trying to accomplish and whether there are foods you have avoid.
Avatar m tn //tinyurl.com/low-carb-recipes You didn't mention your exercise regimen which should be 30-60 minutes daily. The first 20 minutes or so you're burning off excess glucose, then you burn fat for energy. If you're not breaking sweat your exercise program is lackadaisical. If you walk start slowly to warm up then pick up the pace as if you're late to catching your airline flight. Don't stroll like you're window shopping at the mall, try to walk with a purpose.
Avatar f tn I crave sugar so badly. Do you guys have any recipes for desserts that are diabetic friendly? I've been eating fruit and I know that they say be careful of the sugars in grapes and bananas, but I really like having something that feels like dessert. Anyway, any help is much appreciated! Thanks in advance.
1809109 tn?1331807377 I haven't noticed a lot of sorghum use with their recipes. I do notice other allergens--sometimes. Lexie's Kitchen is really good about all other types of allergens. Her household is dealing with Celiac and multiple allergies.
Avatar f tn Have you had your blood glucose levels checked to see if you have glucose problems (hypoglycemic, pre-diabetic, diabetic)?? There is a pretty strong correlation between thyroid problems and glucose tolerance problems.
Avatar f tn I have a wonderful book that helped me sort out the diet nightmare. You can get it at Amazon. It's called "The New Eating Right for a Bad Gut" by James Scala. It has excellent guidelines that have helped me immensly. Basically, I live on chicken, ground turkey, Boca veggie protein (subst. for hamburger), Morningstar vegetarian sausage, peanut butter, fat free cottage cheese, and low fat cheese for my proteins.
Avatar n tn I would suggest trying out a diabetic cookbook. Both of my parents are diabetics along with my oldest brother. They have to follow a stricter diet, but it is also very healthy and the dishes are wonderful. Best part...the Mr. foods cookbooks give you the calorie information! So you can cook it and not worry (many recipes are a 'throw it in a oven for a few minutes and voila!"). The more you exercise, the better and happier you will feel!
Avatar n tn The recipes are mostly word of mouth and these are very tricky flours to bake with but it can be done. Oatmeal. Flaxseedmeal. Oat or Flax flours have an interesting added benefit-they are so absorbent that they will suck up the carbs your body is processing, and their fiber will 'eliminate' the carbs more quickly. They also suck up the cholesterol. Your lab results will dramatically change if you make these flours a part of your daily routine.
547836 tn?1302836432 ~~any suggestions for routine foods or simple recipes~~~ I took it that she was looking for some suggestions for foods or simple recipes that we could share. JD--didn't you once share something with feta cheese maybe some nuts and balsamic vinager...it was delicious--but I forgot what else was in it. Any chance of you reposting it for a starving hepper, lol!! I got a smoothie mix today and am gonna try it..Tropical Smoothie is too expensive to make a habit.
Avatar m tn My doctor does not believe that you need a glucose monitor if your levels are pre diabetic, nor if you become diabetic with HbA1C levels that show you are stable in the lower range, i.e 6.9 HbA1C. I do not agree with a high fat diet and neither would any dietician. You doctor should give you advice how often to have an HbA1C blood test done. It could be once a year, but this depends on your doctor.
370181 tn?1428180348 I limited myself to about 50 grams of carbs daily. Along with the nuts, I eats lots of eggs. 2 hard boiled eggs per day replaced the former English muffin, or a half PBJ for breakfast. I started to eat cheese, and turkey "slim Jim" sausages for snacks. My body respond by complaining loudly. I started to pee up a storm. I had headaches, and terrible hunger pains; the worst I ever experienced. But after about 2 weeks, the withdrawal symptoms began to fade.
198187 tn?1190637930 I’ve learned so much through reading, research and just customizing recipes. I’m more than glad to share that information with you. I think the LID is more tolerable if you enjoying cooking. I bake my own breads, discovered the joys of homemade mayo. For awhile I was eating this great chocolate cake and then the weight gain started and that had to stop. BUT, it’s doable and I don’t dread meals now. It’s just a pain having to cook 3 meals a day. I make lots and just eat leftovers.
Avatar n tn Anybody have any tips on how I can lose weight safely and maybe anybody have any agood recipes that they can share (low fat with no carbs please). Thank you, please use as open forum.
1550026 tn?1299339682 Yes, I eat cream of buckwheat for breakfast, make baked goods with buckwheat flour and am feeling ter-ri-fic! I avoid nuts too...I know it seems so limited...but it is worth it...avoiding substances that might potentially inflame my insides or be confused with thryoid tissue and cause a hashimoto attack...no thanks.
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335728 tn?1331418012 What I posted in my advice was NOT the advice I would give a diabetic. And not all people with hypogycemia are headed toward diabetes. This is a controversial point, but I know several hypoglycemics who have not progressed toward diabetes in many decades.
274158 tn?1276350787 Purena Pro Plan and Eukenuba (dachshund formula) mixed with cooked chicken breast, lean ground beef, white rice, cheese, and raw broccoli. Yeah, I'm nuts but the two oldest dogs got used to "mommy" cooking for them when my diabetic dachshund needed special food (rest his soul) and try as I might I can't get them back on dry kibble. They'd rather starve than go back to dry (I've tried) Oh, and they each get an Omega 3 & 6 fish oil tablet each day.