When you were told that you have diabetes, your first impression probably was that you were doomed to bland, uninteresting food for the rest of your life. But that impression could not be more wrong.
Starting with your breakfast and working through the day with lunch, snacks, main courses, desserts, and more, your food can be just as exciting, exotic, and full of taste as it has always been, perhaps even more so.
I've gathered together the creativity of some of the best chefs in the United States and put them at your disposal.
You can choose from simple recipes, requiring few ingredients, or take it to the next level by trying recipes with more ingredients. I guarantee that all will be delicious, because I've tested all of them to make sure that you will enjoy them and can cook them yourself.
A big part of keeping your blood sugar steady is eating regularly. Typically, the longest break without food during a day comes at night.
While your body rests and revitalizes itself, your blood glucose level takes a nosedive. Start your day the right way with a healthy balanced breakfast each and every day.
Choose a quick scrambled egg and whole-wheat toast if you're in a hurry. But brush up on the diabetic recipes for a change of pace. By planning ahead, you can make a delicious breakfast that's anything but boring.
Breakfast is a critical meal for a diabetic. Getting your day off to a steady, balanced start sets you up for success the rest of the day.Diabetes Recipes
Try these yummy Diabetes Recipes that are healthy and taste great!