Diabetic Eating Magazine

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Diabetes: What to Eat Fall/Winter 2012

In this guidebook to eating well for type 2 diabetes, the experts at Diabetic Living® magazine use full-color photography to show readers how to count carbs, assess portions, read food labels, choose the best picks for their pantry, lighten their cooking (while boosting flavor and nutrition), and put together delicious meals that will help meet weight and blood sugar goals. Diabetes: What To Eat™ has the essential info readers need to take control of diabetes while enjoying all that life has to offer.

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Better Homes & Gardens Diabetic Living Diabetes What to Eat (Better Homes & Gardens)
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2008-08-06 07:46:11 by good-for-you-to-eat

Oatmeal is NOT

Quoted form last Sunday's Parade magazine article.
"Oatmeal is most people’s idea of a healthy breakfast, but you may need to rethink your morning meal. A controlled study at Boston Children’s Hospital found that eating only instant oatmeal for breakfast increased kids’ appetite and calorie consumption by more than 80% the rest of the day when compared to eating a vegetable omelet and fruit for breakfast. (Eating steel-cut oats did not spike appetite as much.) The study’s researchers attribute the results to fluctuations in blood sugar that occur after a meal consisting of processed grain products, and they stress the importance of having some protein at breakfast

2002-08-19 09:49:50 by hopeful_loser

Starting today!

Recommended by my doctor (!!!). I was very skeptical until I did some reading starting with the July 7, 2002 NYTimes magazine article 'What if It's All Been a Big Fat Lie?' by Gary Taubes (sorry can't link to NY Times but you can find it at Other readings I've done help make sense of it.
I found it fascinating that most articles, tv shows, etc. focused on the high protein and fat and that you can have bacon, eggs, steak, butter, cream all the time. When you actually read what Dr. Atkins has written, there is more involved including eating vegetables which I didn't get from the media, and he does warn against eating too much as well as advising that you limit consumption of processed meats

Why you should eat fruit -- not drink it -- to lower diabetes risk  — Today.com
Consuming whole fruits at least three times a week may lower your risk of developing type 2 diabetes, according to a new long-term study published Thursday in the British Medical Journal.

Rodale Diabetes Diet Cookbook: Discover the New Fiber-FULL Eating Plan for Weight Loss
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