461559 -- Diabetic Date Dainties Recipe
1 1/2 tsp liquid sweetener
1 1/2 tsp baking powder
1/3 cup dates, chopped
1/4 cup flour
1/2 cup nuts
1 1/2 cup bread crumbs
Beat eggs, sweetener and baking powder. Add dates, flour and nuts.
Stir in bread crumbs. Chill, then measure by teaspoon on a greased
cookie sheet. Bake at
375 degrees for 12 minutes.
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Food Tips of the Week
Drink more water. At times during a hectic day, you guess you are peckish but in truth you might only want a restorative glass of water or cranberry juice. The sensations of needing food and needing a drink are close, but one can result in a fat tummy and the alternative is ok.
Some reduced carb diet pointers:
* Use splenda instead of sugar.
Many recipes that need sugar can be changed to make use of a sugar replacement instead. It is not exactly the same so you will need to do a bit of trial and error and it might not work for every dish, but it does a decent job most of the time.
Foods containing lycopene
(includes apricots, red peppers & baby jackfruit)
Lycopene is a natural compound and one of the same family of phytochemicals as carotene. Lycopene is behind the red color of quite a few fruits and vegetables.
Usefully, unlike numerous nutritional compounds, it does not become less effective if cooked but is observably increased in efficacy by the cooking process.
Lycoprene's main advantage is that it works as an antioxidant and is believed to be of use in the fight to lower the chances of developing cancer.
Lycopene is the strongest quencher of singlet oxygen, which is correlated with skin aging. It is also thought to impede the progression of diseases affecting arterial blood vessels.
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