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Thread: Diabetic recipes ??

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    THANKS!! I am DOING this!

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    thanks for that chart!!
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    I love the american diabetes site too. Hubby almost died from diabetes before we knew he had type 2. the best thing he did for himself was to go on an exercise program and we changed his foods like everyone here is suggesting. His doctor also put him on three capsules of cinnamon one with each meal. GNC sells it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Psychomomquilter View Post
    thanks for that chart!!
    Your welcome.

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    If you’re following a diabetic diet, healthy diabetic dessert recipes are the answer. These delicious recipes for diabetic cakes, diabetic cookies and diabetic brownies are lower in carbohydrates and in calories.For old age people to keep your blood sugar in check while indulging your sweet tooth..

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    My husband just was told he was borderline diabetic and these links will be very helpful. My problem is that he does not like vegetables. I am introducing them sparingly.

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    My DH and I are type 2 diabetics and like mostly plain old-type meals of meat, potatoes and veggie. Always make mashed potatoes with cauliflower cooked along with the potato--grandkids can't tell the difference, either. Always use sugar-free jello and puddings & sugar free syrup but have controlled blood sugars eating balanced, portion controlled meals.

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