Diet and Cooking Recipes For Diabetic

If you are diabetic, you must follow a special diet disciplinary. Remember the fact the leading cause of diabetic is 95% of unhealthy eating patterns. Here we will discuss about diet and menu for diabetic and some cooking recipes for diabetic.

Diet For Diabetic

 

Basically diabetics without complications from other diseases, can consume all kinds of food, as long as total calories / food intake in a day does not exceed the amount required. The main difference is the amount of food, when serving food such as burgers / steak normal range is between 8-12 oz per serving, people with diabetes can consume only 3 oz. Sugar and fruit or juice or desserts / snacks can still be consumed in limited amounts. Foods that contain fat and high cholesterol are also avoided, and the consumption of carbohydrates and sugar process is also avoided.

It is advisable to eat lots of whole food, (whole grain, whole wheat, brown rice, mashed rice, sorghum, bulgur, oats and the like) and fresh vegetables / organic.
It is advisable to consume a varied diet with a ratio between carbohydrates and sugars is limited, meat or protein is very low fat / no fat, low-fat meats, fresh fruits, skim milk fat.

Learn also about Glycemix Index (GI). GI food list with the latest content already published. Also need to master about how to count carbs. The selection of foods with high levels of low GI and carbohydrate metabolism of the body will greatly help in maintaining stable blood sugar in the body.

Sodium intake should also be carefully guarded, avoid the use of canned food or processed foods (corned beef, instant noodles, dried fish, smoked meats, salted eggs, sardines, shredded, etc.) that high sodium levels (> 400 mg). For the sauce, soy sauce with a search for low sodium levels (<140 mg). If you can not be separated from the soy sauce, make the sauce without the sodium / salt, or soy sauce to dilute the salt content reaches the amount that may be consumed. One teaspoon of salt to 1 serving / per person contains 2325 milligrams of sodium. A quarter teaspoon of salt to 6 serving contains 105 mg sodium.

Diet with diabetes often have to be combined with various other types of diets according to the needs of patients. Diabetes Diet Combination with Low-Protein Diet or Low-Fat, Low Carbohydrate Diet or Low Sodium Diet and make the importance calculation and the calculation of total calories of food per day asuman. Sometimes in certain people with diabetes, weight loss becomes a necessity in addition to eating foods low in fat and low cholesterol, for those with impaired renal function, Low Sodium Diet and low mineral is also needed. To be cautious in consuming mineral water, as it affects the total amount of minerals consumed in a day.

Menu For Diabetic

 

In general, the diet for diabetics is similar to the diet to lose weight. People with diabetes should eat healthy foods that contain lots of vitamins and minerals according to the number of calories needed. Diet for diabetics is based on low-calorie menus and low sugar yield. The number of calories each person should consult with a physician or nutritionist.

Here are the types of foods that contain low carbohydrate could be considered in preparing meals for diabetics.

Red Rice.
Eating brown rice in a certain amount of slow increase in blood sugar levels compared with potato or bread. With a stable blood sugar levels, the amount of energy in the body also becomes stable so that diabetic can be controlled in addition to also help prevent excess weight gain.

Oat.
Cereals are low-fat source of carbohydrate-containing soluble fiber can help lower blood sugar and cholesterol in the blood. Oats can help you lose weight because it takes longer to digest, thus giving full effect for a long time. People with diabetic should always keep their blood sugar levels can include oats in their diet because oats are digested slowly, so slow the rise in blood sugar levels.
Oats may also help stabilize blood sugar levels by reducing insulin release.

The fruit contains low sugar levels
Diet for diabetics should include fresh fruits that contain low levels of sugar, such as apple, papaya, banana, watermelon is not too sweet, tomato, and the like.

Do not include the type of high sugar content of fruit such as mangoes, citrus, durian, sapodilla, rambutan, and wine.

Avoid animal protein in the composition of the diet for a diabetic, you should choose a vegetable protein such as tofu and tempeh.

Some cooking Recipes For Diabetic

 

Fritata Recipes Vegetables and Cheese

ingredients:

Or 8 eggs, 2 cups fat-free eggs, and free cholesterol
½ tsp salt
1/8 tsp pepper powder
½ cup grated cheese (swiss or cheddar)
2 tablespoons vegetable oil or butter
2 cup chopped red bell pepper / green / yellow
½ cup chopped onion

How to Make:

1. Whisk eggs, salt and pepper until well blended, add the cheese and set aside
2. Heat a fry-pan, saute peppers and onions until onions wilt
3. Pour beaten eggs, cook with small to moderate heat for 8-10 minutes until the eggs harden and brown underneath
4. Preheat the oven to broil (500 degrees F) enter the egg to fry front of him broil for 2 minutes until golden brown egg surface
5. Cut like a slice of Pizza

Nutritional Content:

190 calories, 1 g fiber, 330mg sodium, 14 g fat, (4 g saturated fat), 12 grams protein, 300 mg cholesterol, 5 grams carbohydrate.

Pancake Blueberry Cereal

Ingredients:
• 1 cup high-fiber cereal
• 1 chicken egg
• 2 tablespoons vegetable oil
• 1 cup flour
• 1 tablespoon granulated sugar
• Pinch of baking powder
• Â ½ tablespoon of baking soda
• Â ½ tablespoon of salt
• Â ½ cup frozen blueberries

How to make:
1. Crush cereal if needed.
2. Beat eggs in a bowl off.
3. Stir in butter, oil, and cereals. Let stand for 5 minutes or until cereal soggy.
4. Combine all ingredients (except blueberries) and mix until blended. After that, just enter the blueberry.
5. Enter a ready-made dough (as much as a large spoon) into the hot pan. Cook the dough until puffed and golden brown.
6. Cook until all the dough runs out.
7. Pancake Blueberry Cereal, ready to be served in the morning for breakfast.

* Note: for people with diabetic, as many as 1 portion of fruit pancakes for 1 time breakfast / dining



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