Diabetic Food Pyramid Printable

printable food pyramid Printable Food Pyramid There are so many food pyramids,that there must be one that works for you. This one is simple and easy to use and stick to. The four-level pyramid is similar to most,

level 1 – The energy foods belonging to the carbohydrate food group are listed here. Six to eleven servings of carbohydrates is recommended daily.

level 2 – Here,are two food groups,fruits and vegetables. Vegetables has a larger share,with 3 to 5 daily servings,while only 2 to 4 servings of fruits is recommended for daily consumption.

level 3 – Foods from the protein food group occupy level three. Here 2 to 3 servings of protein,which includes meat,milk,eggs and nuts are the ideal serving amounts daily.

level 4 - Lastly,level four contains fats,oils and sweets. Serving sizes on this level,which is the tip of the pyramid,are small. The recommended daily consumption should be from none to about 3 servings each day.

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2011-05-14 23:00:20 by Brandymommy2afew

Diabetic Cat Update

So we saw the vet the and got all the old records sent to my vet. The exam went well except he had ear mites pretty severely so we got that treated. The vet suggested we try the prescription wet food since his previous vet said he never liked the dry foods. I politely bought one can and said thanks (later that week I donated it with the almost full bag of the hairball control to the humane society) Bingo and transitioned very nicely to the fancy feast... He really likes the plain ol' chicken best though.
I have been rubbing up on his ears since the appointment making it nice, petting him on the ears while I feed him, and just loving him up really

2012-08-24 17:07:33 by skaler

I put two rounded tablespoons into Molly's

Bowl. Just doesn't look like enough. Are you sure she's getting enough? I have another dog, who is 11 years old, diabetic, blind, and weighs just under 20 pounds-a poodle-schnauzer mix. We've been giving him a cup full of Hills W/D prescription food for diabetic dogs. I think it's around $45 for a 17 pound bag. Probably more.He gets 1 cup in the morning and 1 cup 12 hours later. Each meal is followed 15 minutes later with 11 units of N Insulin.
Molly is getting 1/2 cup of Blue Buffalo( what my daughter feeds her pooch and left a plastic baggy full for us)and seems to eat just once a day.

2009-03-20 11:55:21 by Bridle_Less_Equus

For those of you interested in TB Gelding

Some are asking why I am placing my boy. I don't care if I get flamed on here for trying to find him a home as like I say below- this horse has everything he could possibly need and I keep ending up in the hospital because I am not taking care of myself. E-mail if you want more info. Thanks!
There is nothing wrong with Captain. I am just in a horrible position right now after a car accident and can't afford to give him the love he deserves. He is my BABY and I bought him when he was 13 and did 3 Day Eventing with him for a couple of years, then did Dressage and then we moved up from Oregon to the Bay Area

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.

Good Books The Mayo Clinic Diabetes Diet
Book (Good Books)
American Dietetic Association Complete Food and Nutrition Guide, Revised and Updated 4th Edition
Book (Houghton Mifflin Harcourt)
The Mayo Clinic Diet Journal: A handy companion journal
Book (Good Books)
  • The Mayo Clinic Diet Journal by Frye, Christopher; McDaniel, Kent
American Diabetes Association Diabetes Meal Planning Made Easy : How to Put the Food Pyramid to Work for You
Book (American Diabetes Association)

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