Diabetic Foods Recipes in Tamil Language

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2009-02-06 08:12:00 by HOUsFinestWife


It's the recipe that I modified for my diabetic dad so he could have less sugar and oil. When he was diagnosed, his doc (obviously) told him to cut the sugar, but also told him to cut the fat because in order to control his diabetes he had to lose a considerable amount of weight. He was a truck driver for 20 years and that added up to a lifetime of bad eating habits so this was one of the recipes to "ease" him into eating better. It's not as healthy as some of the other foods but this is fairly decent. The breakdown is as follows:
Exchanges Per Serving
2 Starch

2010-02-15 13:20:26 by NewMeAt38

I prefer more "whole food" options...

The ones you list frequently use processed foods, etc., so mine might be a little out of your comfort zone.
I try to cook from organic and fresh as much as possible, and watch calories for weight loss. I also keep an eye on carbs. I'm not a vegetarian, but some of the sites I use frequently focus on veggies, and I add meat as needed.
Some of my faves:

2008-11-11 19:32:13 by inside_broken

Nifty idea!

Hey that's a really cute idea. I know it can be done with various foods, I'll have to think of something healthier as this year my family has turned health-pro on me. Sister had weight loss surgery and my mom was diagnosed diabetic. Maybe I can search some sugar-free type recipes that could work similarly..
Keep the ideas coming, this is great!

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