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Carbohydrates – Fruit

Carbohydrates – Fruit * if you have Type ll diabetes, eat three meals containing 15 grams of carbs per meal and two 7 1/2-grams carbohydrate snacks. All fruits are raw except when noted. Each serving is 15 grams of carbohydrate. Eat fruit in their natural state. No cocktail or canned in syrup. Eat organic, “spray-free”…

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Unstarchy Veggies

*If you eat more than 15 grams of carbs per meal, do not eat a snack unless you are hungry. If only eating 15 grams per meal, you must eat two snacks. Eat as many non starchy vegetables as you want, but make sure to eat different variety. Include some in your breakfast. Non-Starchy Vegetables…

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Carbohydrates – Starchy Vegetables, Legumes, Grains, Dairy

Carbohydrates – Starchy Vegetables, Legumes, Grains, Dairy How many carbs should one eat in each meal? Everyone needs different amounts depending on their metabolism and activity level. Think of carbohydrates as fuel. If you are going to have an active day, eat more, a less active day, eat fewer carbs. Never eat carbohydrates alone, and…

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Four Square Plate Four Square Plate is our version of “My Plate”. Diana Schwarzbein, M.D. promises: “If you eat from all four squares each time you eat, using visual proportions: You will keep blood-sugar/insulin normal, hormones balanced, prevent disease, and maintain optimal body composition.” *Note: A child’s plate is different from the adults. The Carbohydrates are…

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Tuna Salad Sandwich

Print Tuna Salad Sandwich Be creative in substituting ingredients for this salad: avocado, shredded carrots or cabbage, find food to use up from the fridge and pantry. Use chopped pickles instead of capers but at least try capers, they are so good when pan fried with onions. I used leftover Buckwheat Crepe batter I had…

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