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”Diabetic Recipes....Not only Blood Sugar Stablizers...But also Very Delicious”
Diabetic Recipes are still for the whole family.
These diabetic recipes do not include sugar.
Sugar is added to almost every food, drink and condiment on the grocers shelves.
Too much dietary sugar can contribute to obesity, type 2 diabetes and cavities.
It isn’t saturated fats from the meats we eat that are making our next generation old before their time it’s the empty carbs.
Do you know what is meant by the phrase: “empty carbs?”
Most carbohydrates that come from highly processed foods come already wrapped and have dozen of ingredients listed on the package you cannot pronounce.
They are empty carbs because they are so processed none of the natural ingredients are left in the food.
Things essential for good healthy nutrient absorption like vitamin and minerals have disappeared in the processing methods.
The American Academy of Family Physicians suggests reducing dietary sugar:
2.Eat plenty of vegetables, fruits, whole grains and lean types of proteins.
3.Drink water in place of drinks that may be laden with sugar.
4.Avoid eating processed foods.
5.Choose baking recipes that call for less sugar, cut back on sugar in recipes, or use a sugar substitute.”
1 lb ground turkey breast pre-cooked
½ tsp salt
¼ tsp pepper
¼ tsp cumin
2 Tbsp olive oil
2 cloves garlic chopped more if you like
1 Lg onions chopped in small pieces
2 stalks celery chopped finely
1 red and green bell pepper diced small
1 tomato finely diced
5 cups beef or turkey broth organic or make you own by boiling a chicken or turkey parts
4 potatoes peel and dice you can substitute corn and peas
8 carrots sliced
Fry turkey meat in olive oil after it through cooking ad salt, pepper, and cumin.
Add all other ingredients to a crock pot cooking on high temperature for 2 hours then add turkey meat.
Cook for as long as it takes the carrots to become tender.
White potatoes can be hard for diabetics to eat due to their high glycemic level, but because they are being eaten with low glycemic foods like turkey the meal will break down slower.
So, I think you're safe to eat the potatoes via this diabetic recipes.
What I usually do, I am diabetic,(or was, I reversed my diabetes) is add less potatoes and add other veggies like cabbage, kale or spinach and even broccoli.
It all depends on your taste.
Just because it’s a stew doesn’t mean you have to put in traditional stew ingredients.
Corn is a hardy veggie to add, you have to be careful though, corn is rather high on the glycemic scale as well.
If you like your stew to be thickened mix corn starch and water then add to brew after you have turned off the crock pot and the stew is cooling down.
If you add it too early it might become lumpy.
If you have waited to long mix anyway and reheat at the lowest temperature.
Keep warm and eat half of what you normal eat, your body will be happier.