Recipes Suitable for Diabetics

I'm also interested in recipes suitable for diabetics. Anyone else?

Many Thanks, Susan from Edmonds


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By Melissa from Missouri (Guest Post)
September 8, 20040 found this helpful

Here's a website that might help, as follows:

I picked up one of their cook books from a store, and I believe you can subscribe to the magazine as well as go the website to get recipes.
Hope this helps!

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September 8, 20040 found this helpful

I belong to this "Yahoo Group" and i receive hundreds of recipes of all sorts from them. If you join and ask like you did of this one, you'll get all you need!

I also post diabetic info amongst a lot of other "stuff" weekly on my own newsletter:

You'd be surprised at when I put it out! Good Luck!

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September 8, 20040 found this helpful

I have just these past few months been purchasing a sugar replacement called "xylitol". It is least expensive purchasing bulk. It is only consider frugal when you consider that xylitol is actually good for you when sugar is not. The granules can be used in place of sugar in recipes. Purchasing in bulk is the only way to go.


If you check out the many advantages of this product you may feel it is worth the cost. It is a products that diabetics may use. It tastes just like sugar to me. There is a reduction in calories and has many added benefits such as reducing sinus and ear infections. I feel that is a frugal thing because I do not have to have my medication now, etc.

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September 8, 20040 found this helpful

Hello! I've been reading labels and am amazed at how much salt, sugar or both is in almost EVERYTHING! I have high blood pressure and have to watch salt too. Thank you all for the tips...maybe this will help me sort out what I can and can't have without feeling so overwhelmed. :) aeromama

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By Heidi Baucom (Guest Post)
July 24, 20050 found this helpful

My 8 year old son is a newly diagnosed type 1 diabetic. There are plenty of recipies geared for adults that are carb light or carb free beacause of the South Beach Diet and the Adkins Diet but I am having trouble finding everyday food recipes that are more kid friendly that he would like. Any suggestions???



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By k w (Guest Post)
February 25, 20090 found this helpful

http://diabetic  shesfordiabetics Lot of info there, take care, locate more info online about your condition, o k ? Good luck.

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