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hmmm.....well this will be a work in progress. Some of these recipes I have tried, and some I haven't. I can work MOST (not all) main dishes into my diet, but I REALLY miss good deserts. So far, I'm not all that jazzed about ANY of the sugar substitutes, so I'm always on a quest for a good dessert! Cheesecakes are one of the easiest desserts, partly because they don't need the volume or the "chemical reaction" that sugar provides. If a recipe calls for cookies, or some other "forbidden" ingredient, just assume that if I've made it, I've used a reduced sugar or a sugar free alternative. Those of you who are diabetic know that nearly EVERYTHING you make will have to be modified.

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2012-03-08 11:26:51 by Nicklelynne56

Check out Diabetic Cat Care for hlelp

My cat went into remission on lantus with help from diabeticcatcare.com. Everyone there is very friendly and helpful and they work with all insulins. They follow Dr. Hodgkin's Tight Regulation protocol that doses to a scale based on testing. Home test and save yourself a bundle. The scale approach is not tied to food. Is how humans treat their diabetes and just makes sense to dose to scale over a static dose twice a day. No ones blood sugar stays the same so using a scale gives insulin according to what is needed and is therefore a much safer approach. A high protein, low carb, wet (canned) diet (<10%carbs) w/o veggies or wheat, or soy, or fruits is what is needed to protect a cat from a clinical hypo and feeding dry high carb food is what caused the diabetes in the first place

2007-03-12 17:11:05 by woodbgood

Gourme food for diabetic and weight loss seekers

A new source for Gourmet food for diabetics and weightloss seeker without starving or eating catfood diet
A company in Montreal started since 4 months to produce fresh,sealed meals adapted to diabetics ,weight loss seekers or people with overeating problems
the fantastic subject is that they have a variety of 60 choices of main dish, 12 choices of soup and 30 choices of dessert over a period of 6 weeks
No sugar added, no perservatives and rich on vegitables
for your own good you can check them online
drop at their cozy restaurant 1999, Henr

2011-06-21 11:25:13 by Frankies_Mom

What Do You Feed Your Diabetic Dog?

My 11 year old pug mix has diabetes. She's been on insulin for about a year and is doing great.
Before being diagnosed with diabetes, she ate a mix of GO Natural Grain Free and Innovo Evo plus steamed veggies.
My vet insists the best food for her now is Hills Prescription W/D, but I read at dogfoodanalysis [dot] com that Hills Prescription is a low quality dog food which uses corn, meat by products, soybean meal and has a lot of chemical preservatives.
Since I have her glucose levels under control, I don't want to experiment with her diet too much, but I would like to feed her a better quality food.
Any feedback or suggestions?

2009-05-07 12:44:58 by sfsis

Recipes for diabetics...

This website has recipes for diabetics. It even gives nutritional information and you can search for recipes by whatever you have on hand or is on sale:
Good diabetes information and recipes here too (Allrecipes is one of my favorite):
You're lucky you live in LA - with all of the Mexican grocery stores, it should be easy to get black, pinto and red beans in bulk bags!
Also, if you like spicy food, experiment with different hot sauces

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.

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    May 05, 2010 by muggywump1 | Posted in Diabetes

    I am diabetic and I am unsure how many carbs I can actually eat. I am finding that anything over 15 grams of carbs I wont eat. how much is too much?

    • Learning to count your carbohydrate intake is critical for nutrition in diabetes and to getting better blood sugar control. Controlling the number of carbohydrates you eat each day will help you control not only your blood sugar, but it will also help with weight control. A good place to start f … /> Concentrating on how many carbohydrates you are eating can cause you to pay little attention to how much protein and fat you are eating. It is important to balance your diet with a proper portion of protein and fats. A single serving of protein per meal is recommended.
      Lots of luck!